Elizabeth Pulie (b.1968) is based in Sydney. Having initially been involved in a conceptual painting project, Pulie’s recent research concerning contemporary art’s ontology opened her practice to new materials and techniques including sewing, embroidery and painting on hessian, alongside the parallel development of a discursive, theoretical practice.
In 2022, UNSW Galleries held the first major survey of Pulie's work. Other recent solo exhibitions include New Old Paintings, Sarah Cottier Gallery, Sydney 2022. Notable group exhibitions include Bauhaus Now!, Buxton Contemporary, Melbourne 2019; Unfinished Business: Perspectives on art and feminism, Australia Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne 2018; Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize, National Art School, Sydney 2018; The National: New Australian Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney2017; Painting. More Painting, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne 2016; Fabrik: minimalist and conceptual approaches to textiles, Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne 2016. Between 2000 and 2005, Pulie co-directed Front Room gallery and edited and published Lives of the Artists magazine. Her work is held in the collections of The Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Melbourne Casino and RACV collections, Melbourne; and the Daimler Chrysler Foundation, New York.
Elizabeth Pulie is represented by Sarah Cottier Gallery