Based in Sydney, New South Wales, Marian Tubbs exhibits widely nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include Quiet revolutions and enfant terribles, STATION GALLERY, Melbourne, (2017), In Practice, Sculpture Centre, New York (2017), Abstract Sex*, Bard CCS Hassel Museum, Annandale- On-Hudson, USA (2016); Zona Maco Sur, ltd Los Angeles, Mexico City (2017); Contemporary Monsters, Minerva, Sydney (2016); Pleasure and Reality, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, (2016); transmissiondetox.com, Inaugural Online Commission, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney.
Tubbs has received multiple awards including the Marten Bequest Scholarship for Sculpture, 2017, Australia Council Arts Projects for Individuals, 2016 and Australia Council New Work Grant, Emerging, 2014. Residencies include Firstdraft Gallery Studio Residency (2012); Gertrude Contemporary Emerging Writers Program, Melbourne (2011) and Ville de Paris, Cite Internationale des Arts, Studio Residency, Paris, France (2009).
Her work is held in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra and the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. Tubbs completed a PhD at UNSW in 2015 and is a lecturer in PhotoMedia at the National Art School, Sydney.
Tubbs is represented by STATION, Melbourne.