About

b.1992 Sydney, Australia.

William Nghiem is a hard working Sydney based Illustrator, Designer and Artist. His main concern is producing good work to the best of his ability in all areas he dabbles in.
Possessing a strong creative drive he is always trying to learn new skills to add to his ever-expanding creative tool belt. No project is too big or too small for him to handle and he’ll always run after a challenge
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solo exhibition

  • 2016 – Misc on A4, Slingshot Gallery, Brisbane (AUS).
  • 2014 – Conflict, The Tate, Sydney (AUS).

selected group shows

  • 2017 – A Better View, ABV Gallery, Atlanta (US).
  • 2016 – Bring a Plate, The Stockroom, Melbourne (AUS).
  • 2016 – Web of Creators, Usual Cafe, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2016 – Chambers, Art Whino, National Harbour (US).
  • 2016 – Breakthrough Art Festival, Ambush Gallery, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2016 – Late Greats, Good Space, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2016 – Broken Dreams, Wild Things Gallery, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2016 – F(L)IGHT, Hamilton House Gallery, Bristol (UK).
  • 2016 – Destroy & Create, Art Whino, National Harbour (US).
  • 2015 – 12×12, The Stockroom, Melbourne (AUS).
  • 2015 – Good & Evil, The Lock-Up, Newcastle (AUS).
  • 2015 – Tarantino, The Fox Hole, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2015 – I Can’t Believe it’s not Gutter, The Grid, Toowoomba (AUS).
  • 2015 – We’re All DOOMed!, Art Whino, National Harbour (US).
  • 2015 – Anything Goes, The Graff Caff, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2015 – Stupid Krap! Showcase, Blank Space, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2014 – UNSW Artsweek, UNSW, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2014 – Cherry Blossom, Art Whino, National Harbour (US).
  • 2014 – Expanding Painting, COFA Space, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2013 – Kudos Awards, Kudos Gallery, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2013 – G40 Art Summit, Art Whino, National Harbour (US).

public art/murals

  • 2016 – Sunday Walls, The Lord Gladestone, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2015 – Roller Door Collab, The Commune, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2015 – The Paint Yard (part of VIVID), Central Park, Sydney (AUS).
  • 2015 – Block by Block, Belmont, Newcastle (AUS).
  • 2014 – COFA Mural Project, UNSW Art & Design, Sydney (AUS).

media/press