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Trevor Turbo Brown / Echidnas


100cm x 152cm Acrylic on Linen

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100cm x 152cm Acrylic on Linen


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Artist Profile

1967 – 2017


Trevor ‘Turbo’ Brown was a Latje Latje man who was born in 1967 and sadly passed away in early 2017. He grew up in Mildura, a regional city in North West Victoria. Born with an intellectual disability and abandoned by his family at a young age, he spent much of his youth homeless.

By 1982, Turbo was slipping into alcohol abuse and crime when a local policeman introduced him to Uncle Herb Batten and his wife, Aunty Bunta. They adopted Turbo and moved to Melbourne where he took up boxing and became a keen rapper and breakdancer. His nickname ‘Turbo’ began at this time and is the name of a lead character in the breakdancing film ‘Breakin’ (1984).

In 2001, Uncle Herb and Aunty Bunta enrolled in a diploma of visual arts at the Bundoora RMIT campus and took Turbo along. It was clear from early on that Turbo had an exceptional talent for being able to express on canvas the stories and images in his mind. In just a few years, Aunty Bunta could see that art had transformed Turbo’s life and Uncle Herb has also commented that art has kept Turbo away from drinking and drugs.

Turbo paints animals because, as he told Uncle Herb, when he was a teenager living on the Mildura streets and the Murray River bank, the animals were his only friends. Turbo’s work may seem naive in the simplicity of form, but there is an incredible energy in the dynamic composition, colour and line. Using bright colours and bold outlines, he usually worked on a large scale and painted quickly using unmixed acrylic paint. His engaging pictorial style and distinctive creatures from the dreamtime make his works pulsate with an irresistible and syncopated beat.

By 2005 Turbo already had his first solo exhibition in Melbourne which was a sell out success, completed a Diploma of Visual Arts at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and was a finalist in Australia’s biggest Indigenous art prize, the Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Award. After this, Turbo achieved substantial recognition for his bold and innovative style and carved out a significant exhibition history. He was a finalist in the Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Award three times and also received the Deadly Award, Victoria’s highest honour for an Indigenous artist, at the 2012 Victorian Indigenous Art Awards.

In 2006, Turbo was included in ‘Landmarks’- an exhibition curated by Judith Ryan and Stephen Gilchrist at the National Gallery of Victoria. Judith Ryan, senior curator of Indigenous art says that Turbo produced work “of energy and integrity that is strongly expressive of his cultural identity”. In 2007, Turbo was part of ‘Culture Warriors’, the inaugural National Indigenous Art Triennial curated by Brenda Croft. He also exhibited at the prestigious Rebecca Hossack Gallery in London and was included in ‘Gori-lla’, a show of approximately 90 Indigenous Australian artists in Italy.

Selected Awards
•    2012 – Winner – Victorian Indigenous Art Awards
•    2008 – Finalist – Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Award
•    2006 – Finalist – Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Award
•    2005 – Finalist – Telstra National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Award
•    2004 – City of Darebin DATSIC Award Gumbri Exhibition Bundoora Homestead

Selected Collections
•    National Gallery of Australia
•    Artbank
•    National Gallery of Victoria
•    Koorie Heritage Trust
•    Broadmeadows Health Service
•    St Vincent’s Health Australia

Selected Solo Exhibitions

•    Trevor Turbo Brown, Deadly Depictions Of The Dreamtime, Kate Owen Gallery, Sydney

•    Trevor Turbo Brown, New Works, Rex-Livingston Art Dealer, Sydney

•    Turbo’s Hungry Birds, Gallery, Melbourne
•    Trevor Turbo Brown, New Works, Rex-Livingston Art Dealer, Sydney

•    Trevor Turbo Brown, Dreamtime Animals, Boscia galleries, Melbourne
•    Trevor Turbo Brown, New Works, Rex-Livingston Art Dealer, Sydney

•    Trevor Turbo Brown – Friends and Family, Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London
•    Trevor Turbo Brown, New Works, Rex-Livingston Art Dealer, Sydney

•    Trevor Turbo Brown, New Works, Australia Dreaming Art, Melbourne
•    Trevor Turbo Brown, Animals from the Dreamtime, Rex-Livingston Art Dealer, Sydney

•    Trevor Turbo Brown, Animals from the Dreaming, Australia Dreaming Art, Melbourne

•    Trevor Turbo Brown, Dreamtime Animals, Koorie Heritage Trust

•    Trevor Turbo Brown, Koorie Heritage Trust, Melbourne

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