Oscar Capezio


Untitled (SpringII), 2019. Acrylic, oil, dust and other materials on found canvas.
70x53x3cm. $1200.



Untitled (Spring II), 2019. Acrylic, oil, dust and other materials on found canvas,
75 x 60 x 3 cm. $1,200.


Surprisingly different, 2019. Acrylic on real estate sign, 122 x 244 x 5 cm. $2200. SOLD.


Pick up the bill. Thank you gracias, 2019. Relief print on pre-primed canvas
with steel pins, 43 x 32 x 3 cm.



Untitled (Found Painting), 2014. Oil acrylic dust on found canvas, 76x54cm.
Untitled, 2019. Acrylic, oil, dust, and other materials on found canvas.

RENT/OWN/RETIRE/DIE, 2018-2019. Wite-out, oil paint on real estate sign, 170x118cm. $1400.

Presentation, Proximity.....Perfect!, 2019. Acrylic on real estate sign, 180x120cm.


        Artist Biography

Oscar Capezio is an artist/curator and painter who labours and lives in Canberra. He makes exhibitions and objects to trace the dilemmas of being an artist in the world, playing the viewer and staying warm.
        Oscar completed his studies at the ANU Centre for Art History and Art Theory in 2015 and was awarded the Janet Wilke Prize for Art History. Recently, he curated ‘Painting amongst other things’ at ANCA Gallery (2018), was ANCA Critic-In-Residence in partnership with Art Monthly Australasia and has presented two exhibitions for Tributary Projects: ‘Bubble Economies–Luke Brennan’ (2019-G2) and ‘Sometimes things that look awful on the outside look different when you get up close’ (2017-G1). Oscar Capezio is a board-member and volunteer handy-man of Tributary Projects.