Curriculum Vitae – erincox


erincox, Melbourne based artist/curator creates a diverse range of art, all with an underlying sense of quirk and fun. A feminist, fat activist, music lover, mother and founder of A Plus Market, erincox brings this diverse range of interests and talents to her creative projects. 


2005 Bachelor of Biological Science (Hons)

1996 – Certificate in Fine Arts – Hunter St Tafe. Newcastle NSW

Solo Exhibitions


An Otherwise Quiet Room – Moreland Sessions Commission

Spotted Mallard, Brunswick


Boat People

Northcote Library, Northcote

Park Life 

Reservoir Library, Reservoir 


Drawings of Melbourne Musicians #2

Eisenberg Gallery of Experimental Art, East Brunswick


Drawings of Melbourne Musicians 

Eisenberg Gallery of Experimental Art, East Brunswick


Reshow of Fantastical Reality 

The Old Fire Station Cafe, Preston 


Drawn to Music

Synergy Gallery, Northcote


Fantastical Reality

Trades Hall, Carlton

Group Exhibitions


Fat Feminism – a group exhibition curated by erincox

Noir Darkroom, Coburg

Small works 

Brunswick St Gallery

A Very Noir Xmas
Noir Darkroom, Coburg

Safe Spaces 

Group show. Noir Darkroom, Coburg

Collections and other
As well as original art and prints being held in many private collections throughout Australia and beyond,  erincox’s art has appeared in a number of newsletters and small run publications. Erin’s art has appeared as the cover art for several local musicaians and she ahs recently completed illustrating a children’s book.  


Lucy Goosey Women’s Art Collective 


As a drawer erincox has an impressive body of work, featuring life drawings. Her unique gestural style is evident in her Melbourne Musician collection.
As an accomplished painter and printmaker erincox creates fun, original and interesting works drawing on themes of self, sexuality and mythology.
Along with her exhibitions erincox’s work in fat fashion (A Plus market and Curvy Couture Inc.) have seen her become a pioneering entrepreneur. Branching out as a curator seemed a natural step. Fat Feminism – a group art exhibition being her first foray.

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