Abdul-Rahman Abdullah

Abdul-Rahman Abdullah (b. 1977) is an artist based on Wadjuk Nyungar country, on a cattle property in the Peel region of Western Australia. Working primarily in sculpture and installation, he explores the intersections of identity, culture and the natural world. Living and working in an agricultural environment, his practice offers alternative perspectives across diverse, and often disparate communities.

Since graduating from Curtin university in 2012, Abdul-Rahman has exhibited widely around Australia, notably at the Adelaide Biennial 2016 and 2022 (AGSA), The National 2019 (MCA) and Tarrawarra Biennial 2023. In late 2023 he was appointed to the council for The National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

Commercial Representation
Moore Contemporary, Perth
Ames Yavuz, Singapore/Sydney
Instagram: @abdul_rahman_abdullah

The language of birds
Moore Contemporary | Booth D3 | Melbourne Art Fair 2024

Upcoming projects

Horse Girl Energy
Curated by David Ashley Kerr
LaTrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell (VIC) | July 12 - October 27

Sydney Contemporary
Ames Yavuz
Carriageworks, Sydney | September 5 - 8

Curated by Kim Blunt
Maitland Regional Gallery (NSW) | October 2024 - February 2025

Spot the difference
Curated by Toby Chapman
Penrith Regional Gallery (NSW) | November 7 2024 - March 2025

TILT Commission - Anna Louise Richardson & Abdul-Rahman Abdullah
Goolugatup (WA) | November 28 2024 - January 11 2025