Charles Robb is a contemporary artist based in Brisbane, Australia. His work explores notions of subjectivity and incidental form explored through sculptural, digital and photographic media.
Robb’s work has been seen in numerous group and solo exhibitions at venues including MONA (Hobart), the Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia (Melbourne), the Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane), the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts and Monash University Museum (Melbourne).
Robb was included in the 2012 McClelland Sculpture Survey (Langwarrin, Victoria), he has been shortlisted three times for the Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, winning commendations in 2002 and 2005, and has been also shortlisted for the National Gallery of Australia Sculpture Award (2005). He has received project grants from Arts Queensland (2000 and 2004) and the Australia Council (2001) and he was awarded an inaugural Freedman Foundation Scholarship in 2001. In 2006, Robb was awarded the Australia Council residency at the Cité des Internationales in Paris.
In addition to appearing in catalogues, his work has featured in reviews in Art and Australia, Artlink, Art Monthly, Australian Art Collector, Broadsheet, Eyeline, World Sculpture News and Contemporary. His writing has been published in Eyeline, Photofile and unMagazine.
He is currently Lecturer in Visual Art at the QUT School of Creative Practice.