Robyn Nesbitt (b.1984) currently works and lives in Johannesburg.
2006 Bachelors degree in Fine Arts. The University of the Witwatersrand, With distinction.
2010 Master of Fine Arts, The University of Cape Town Michaelis School of Fine Art.
2006 Anya Millman Scholarship
2007 Spier Contemporary
2008 Maclver Scholarship
2009 Maclver Scholarship
Jules Kramer Travel Scholarship
2010 MacIver Scholarship
2008 August – October Cite Des Arts International, Paris.
2011 July – September USF Verftet, Air Bergen, Norway.
Coexistent Robyn Nesbitt and Nina Barnett
Annie feature Robyn Nesbitt, Francis Burger, Josh Ginsburg
2010 UNISA Gallery Collection
2008 Johannesburg Art Gallery
2007 Spier Contemporary, Catalogue
2008 The New Spell, David Krut Projects
2011 Masters Moving Out Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town
2010 Anonymous Feature – Experiment 1 Intimate Theatre, Cape Town
Not today, but tomorrow Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town
This is not final Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town
Wish you where here Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Gallery, Texas
Contemporary Artists from South African Galleri 3,14 Begen, Norway
Mixtape, Mobile Cinema National Arts Festival, Grahamstown
Contemporary South Africa International Digital Arts festival, Sofia Bulgaria
Contemporary South Africa ISIS International Digital Art Festival, Newcastle UK
2009 Can you hear me Public space, New York
‘In Principle’ Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town
2008 Spier Contemporary Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg
Warcry Live! Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg
The New Spell David Krut Fine Arts, New York
2007 Spier Contemporary Spier Wine Estate, Stellenbosch
2006 Wits Student Exhibition The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
Semblant Alliance Francaise, Johannesburg
Martienssen Prize The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg
Kazoo Play, Action, Intervention in Public and Private Space, Performance art festival The Premises Art Gallery, Johannesburg
Women: Photography and New Media, Imaging the self and body through portraiture The Johannesburg Art Gallery, Johannesburg
2005 Martiennsen Prize The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg