Stephen Bram is an acclaimed painter, architect and visual artist, known for his explorations of the relationship between abstract art and the representation and perception of architectural space.
Stephen studied Fine Art at Chisholm Institute of Technology – now the Caulfield campus of Monash University – graduating with a BA (Fine Art) in 1986.
Stephen’s works have been included in the collections of numerous major public institutions, including the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney, Queensland Art Gallery Brisbane, and Monash’s own Monash University Museum of Art. For the exhibition "Melbourne Now" at the National Gallery of Victoria, he created the site-specific piece "Level 3, E29, NGV, 2013", constructing it according to vanishing points beyond the confines of the gallery’s architecture. Internationally, Stephen has exhibited in Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland and New Zealand.