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Nike Savvas works across scale and materials completing numerous large-scale installations for the Toi Art Te Papa, Wellington; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Auckland Art Gallery; Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne; Camden Arts Centre, London; Artspace, Sydney; IMA, Brisbane; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; Leeds Art Gallery, UK; Southbank Centre, London, UK.

Savvas’ work is held in many public collections including the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Auckland Art Gallery; Toi Art Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Cyprus Ministry of Culture Collection (National Collection); Tate Library Collection; Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; British Museum, London; Chelsea College of Art and Design, London; The Royal College of Art, London; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; UTS Gallery Art Collection, Sydney; RMIT University Art Collection, Melbourne; Deakin University Museum, Melbourne; The Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.

In 2012 Leeds Art Gallery (UK) showcased Savvas’s work in a major survey show titled ‘Liberty and Anarchy’. In 2005 she was included in the historic exhibition Visual Music at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Savvas’ inclusion represented a significant development in the history of visual music. Savvas was the recipient of a Jury Prize (Gold Medal) 11th Triennale of India, Dehli, The Anne and Gordon Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarship, the A.C.T. Creative Arts Fellowship, and an Australia Council Fellowship.