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Victoria Bilogan


Multidisciplinary Artist • Musician • Collaborator • Curator


About the Artist

Engaged in fine art printmaking, drawing, painting, book arts, and cross-disciplinary projects with experience in exhibitions, prize competitions, and residencies.

My practice as a printmaker is focused on large-format intaglio copper plate mezzotints and xylography.

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“Art for me is a way of being, of thinking and connecting to people and to the world. I think the real power of art is when as an artist I can say:” what you feel is valid and I feel it with you…”
I may not save the world but touch people on a deep level that will change something.”

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News & Exhibitions

Artist’s Talk: March 22, 2023 at 6pm


More information and ticket bookings can be found HERE.


Duldig Studio Museum & Sculpture Garden
92 Burke Road
East Malvern, VIC 3145


Opening Hours:
Tuesdays & Thursdays
1:00pm – 4:00pm

“Traveler, there is no path, the path is made by walking…”
~ Anthony Machado

Stephen McLaughlan Gallery

Level 8 Room 16

The Nicholas Building

37 Swanston Street Melbourne 3000 (on the corner of Flinders Lane)

Open: Wednesday to Friday 1pm-5pm

Saturday 11am-5pm & by appointment


Exhibition curated by Fiona McConnell

Sound Installation Collaborator: Roger Alsop


  • 2021


    Finalist ‘Forth Wall’ FIIC Prize

    Trento, Italy

  • 2021


    Peebles Print Prize, People’s choice Award

    Melbourne, Australia

  • 2021


    Finalist: International Print Biennale Kazan

    Russian Federation

  • 2021


    Award: Silver Basket II Miniprint Intaglio Triennial

    Kyiv, Ukraine

  • 2021


    Finalist Australia Monotype Prize

  • 2021


    Finalist: 5th Global Print


“Bilogan’s assured deployment of the complex manière noir technique confers an inky, velvety, luxurious quality on the images that speaks powerfully to the senses, alternately unsettling and uplifting..."
Robin Saikia - Author, Travel Writer & Historian
"Through a constant exploration of the human condition, Bilogan’s art seeks to provide the viewer with transformative experiences that can lead to request remarkable social changes."
Galleri Heike Arndt DK
Galleri Heike Arndt DK
“A tough artist! She does not spare us. She says: this is the reality of today’s human being. The man is exhausted, it seems that he left the concentration camp. But the concentration camp has nothing to do with it. Here is a metaphor, the essence of which is the destruction of man. ...."
Iliya Reyderman - art critic, writer

Get in Touch

If you have a question, comment or any other enquiry, I'd love to hear from you!