Slade School of Fine Art
University College London
Solo exhibitions include: greengrassi, London, 2018; Walter Knoll, London, 2015; PEER, London, 2013; greengrassi, London in 2012, 2008 and 2005; and Art Now, Tate Britain in 2006. Group exhibitions include: The Weather Garden, Towner Gallery Eastbourne, 2019; June Mostra, British School at Rome, 2019; CONDO, Proyectos Ultravioleta Guatemala City with greengrassi, London, 2017; El Curso Natural de las Cosas, La Case Encendida, Madrid, 2016; Quiz 2, MUDAM, Luxembourg, 2016; Accadra' domani, Museo Marino Marini, Florence, 2015; The Library Vaccine, Artists Space, New York, 2014; Quiz, Ensemble Poirel, Nancy, 2014; British Art Show 7, Nottingham Contemporary, Hayward Gallery, London, and touring, 2010-11; Legende, Domaine De Chamarande, Paris, 2008; East International, Norwich, 2007; How to improve the World, Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery, London The Way We Work Now, Camden Arts Centre, London, 2005; René Daniëls and Karin Ruggaber, Bloomberg SPACE, London, 2002.
Karin Ruggaber was recipient of the Abbey Fellowship at the British School At Rome, Italy, in 2019. She is represented by greengrassi, London.
Karin Ruggaber makes sculpture as well as producing artist's books. She works with a range of different media considering materials in relation to their dynamic and association with particular activities, or representational function. Recent works include relief sculptures based on an invented and self-generating vocabulary of form and materiality, using materials such as concrete, plaster, fabric and wood. Coming out of a studio-based practice the work centres on ideas around figuration, ornamentation, aspects of touch and the relationship to architectural scale; core interests are a sensory experience with architecture, looking at the imaginary and intangible components of perceived values and their translation into public space. Principles of ordering and layering are set against the roughness and imprecision of material and surface. Ideas around architecture as manifestation of aspects of territory - as something that holds rather than can be held - form part of the wider project and narrative for the work.
Current research project: Rock Room Project
The Rock Room Project is a research and exhibition project I have set up in 2013 in collaboration with the Department of UCL Earth Sciences and UCL Museums. Working with the neighbouring context of Earth Sciences generates opportunities and questions which lie on the edge of exhibition making, looking at matter, materiality and form, as well as the fantasies surrounding the disciplines. The core of the project until 2016 was an annual 1-day pop up exhibition at the UCL Rock Room. This revolves around attempts to find new forms of exhibition making, to look at the potential of collaboration and of thinking about material and sculpture through all the senses. We explore spaces that represent other forms of logic, beliefs, knowledge and disciplines such as geology, astrophysics, or applied art. Features and events include annual UCL Earth Sciences Laboratory tours to the Rock Physics, Micropaleontology and Geochemistry Laboratories, the UCL Regional Planetary Image Facility, the UCL Marine Engineering wave machine and the Anechoic Chamber. A 1-day Sculpture Park was held at the UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory in Surrey in March 2015 and June 2016. A workshop and symposium on "Poison" was held at the UCL Rock Room in 2016, involving 1980s perfume ads, a geochemist, a perfumer, an Anti-Brexit campaign as well as a 16th century field surgeon's manual courtesy of UCL Special Collections.
Events for 2016/17 included a workshop with a bespoke perfumer on the relationship between the sense of smell and the sense of touch, a talk by an animal geographer, and an experiment in the UCL Ice Physics Laboratory, set at minus 15 degrees.
In 2018 we received a UCL Dean’s Strategic Fund Award for a series of workshops on "Animal Perspective". Events include a Scent and Atmosphere workshop in the UCL Anechoic Chamber, a workshop on movement with choreographer Siobhan Davies, as well as working with the presence of dogs.
2019 - present Director of Studies, Slade Graduate Programme, Departmental Graduate Tutor (MA/MFA). Head of Graduate Sculpture, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL.
2017 - present Senior Lecturer, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL. Head of Graduate Sculpture.
2015 - 2017 Senior Lecturer, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL. Acting Head of Graduate Sculpture.
2007 - 2015 Lecturer, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL. Graduate Sculpture and PhD programme.
2000 - 2016 Associate Lecturer, Chelsea College of Art & Design, UAL. BA Fine Art.
2012 - present Visiting Lecturer, Royal Academy Schools, London.
2011 - present Visiting Lecturer, Goldsmiths College, London, BA Fine Art.
2006 - 2009 Visiting Lecturer, Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford.
2001 - 2008 Associate Lecturer, Camberwell Collge of Arts, UAL. BA Sculpture.
Visiting Lecturing includes RCA, Akademie der Bildenden Künste Stuttgart and Mozarteum Universität Salzburg.
2021-24 External Examiner, BA Fine Art, Sculpture and Environmental Art, Glasgow School of Art, University of Glasgow.
2017-20 External Examiner, BA Fine Art, Newcastle University.
2013-16 External Examiner, BA Sculpture, Edinburgh College of Art. University of Edinburgh.
2013-16 External Examiner, MA Art and Space, European Art Practice, Kingston University.
2014-16 External Examiner, Graduate Diploma Creative Practice, Kingston University.
2008 External Examiner, MFA Fine Art, Reading University.
2014 Mentor, OUTPOST Norwich, Resident Artists Members' Exchange with FKSE Budapest.
2008 - present: Low Tech Casting Workshop: Slade Summer School; Ruskin School of Fine Art & Drawing, Oxford; Chelsea College of Arts; Mozarteum Universität Salzburg.
Simon Ling and Karin Ruggaber 2023 - greengrassi, London
Two person exhibition with Simon Ling at greengrassi, London. Press release: An edit of 10 photographs from a series 75 taken in twelve locations across Italy is included in this exhibition. In 2022 I received a Library and Archive Research Award from the British School at Rome to study the collection of Dora and Agnes Bulwer in Rome. The Bulwer sisters travelled around Italy and the Mediterranean with a large format plate camera between 1890 and around 1930. They left 1200 photographic prints and 890 nitrate negatives to the British School at Rome. I made a proposal to study their archive by focussing on water and fountains in their photographs in relation to my sculpture. I wanted to get a sense of their journeys and of discovering these structures. I started searching for the sites of various fountains and visited some of the places in their photographs in April 2022. My photographs at these locations are shot with a low-tech 1980s Lubitel medium format camera. I only processed the films once back in London.
Is the image even human 2023 - Instituto Cervantes New Delhi, India
Group exhibition curated by Jasone Miranda Bilbao
8 x 4 Two Moons 2022 - Maze Collective Studio, New Delhi, India
Group exhibition curated by Jasone Miranda Bilbao and Ashish Sahoo
Cubitt 30 2022 - Victoria Miro Gallery, London
Cubitt's 30th Anniversary exhibition in partnership with Victoria Miro Gallery and Vortic. For 30 years,
Cubitt is an artist-led co-operative based in Islington providing artist’s studios,
a non-profit gallery, and a community-based arts programme. With: Tomma Abts, Flo Brooks, Helen Cammock, Angela De La Cruz, Billy Childish, Dexter Dalwood, Tacita Dean, Jeremy Deller, Cecile B Evans, Roger Hiorns, Mark Leckey, Rosalind Nashashibi, Chris Ofili, Elizabeth Price, Cathy Wilkes, Joy Yamusangie AAA, Phil Allen, Charles Avery, Yemi Awosile, Simeon Barclay, Andrew Bick, Eliza Bonham Carter, Lisa Brice, Fran Burden, Simon Callery, Ellen Cantor, Andrew Child, Adam Chodzko, Lucy Clout, Tom Crawford, Anne Marie Creamer, Alex Crocker, Angela de la Cruz, William Daniels, Liz Davis, Ben Deakin, Jemma Desai, Ben Edge, Chris Evans, Peter Fillingham, Jessie Flood-Paddock, Annabel Frearson, R.I.P Germain, Melissa Gordon, Paul Hamlyn, Jamie Hammill, Sidsel Meineche Hansen, Dereck Harris, Annis Harrison, David Harrison, Hayley Harrison, Petra van Harte, Nicky Hoberman, Mimi Hope, Andy Holden, Alison Jones, Gareth Jones, Kerstin Kartscher, Emma Kay, Janice Kerbel, Lawrence Lek, Fiona Long, Ellie MacGarry, Bod Mellor, Sadie Murdoch, Henna Nadeem, Kadeem Oak, Sarah Pickstone, Josephine Pryde, Diana Puntar, Anahita Razmi, Yael Roberts, Karin Ruggaber, Anne Ryan, Jane Simpson, Ross Taylor, Ana Teles, Milly Thompson, Roman Vasseur, Nicole Wermers, Laura White, Hendrik Wittkopf, Mark Wright, Nicholas Wyatt, George Young.
Ex Roma 2021 - APT Gallery, London
Group exhibition of Abbey Award holders at the British School at Rome
Supastore: Southside, Slingbacks & Sunshine 2021 - South London Gallery
SupaStore is an event-based durational artwork by the artist Sarah Staton. A trading platform for artworks, editions and multiples, works by emerging and well-known artists are presented in an ever-changing display. Hosted intermittently by galleries, museums, and independent art spaces across the world, SupaStore returns to London for the first time since 1994. Many of the works on display are for sale, so please ask a member of staff for more information.Group exhibition with Felicitas Aga, Francesca Anfossi, Simon Bill, Shane Bradford/Assembly Line, Chila Kumari Singh Burman, Ben Cain/Assembly Line, Merlin Carpenter, Peter Culley, Denise de Cordova, Declined & Deceased (Alejandro Villa Duran, Ariel Helyes and Kim Jakobsen To), Arnaud Desjardin, D.N.A, Mila Dolman, Leo Fitzmaurice, Hiromi Fukikoshi RC, Coco Fukuhara, RIP Germain, Susie Green, Oona Grimes, Johanna Magdalena Guggenberger, Natalie Price Hafslund, Hamilton & Verhoeven, Phillipa Horan, Deming Huang, Steph Huang, Ffian Jones, Paul Kindersley, Eve Lam, Jas Lasode, Tanya Ling, David Lisbon, LITMIS, Camille Løw, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Jane Millar, Claire Mouton & Marie-Sophie Robert, Flore Mycek, Claes Oldenburg, Janette Parris, Zoë Pencils, Simon Popper, Tom Railton, Cullinan Richards, Giles Round, Karin Ruggaber, Yinka Shonibare, Dani Smith, Sarah Staton, ADAM the Strand, Body Odor Studios, Katarina Sylvan, Sam Tahmassebi, Jake Tilson, Joel Tomlin, Gavin Turk, Demelza Watts, Camille Yvert, Abbas Zahedi
Clips and Brooches, 2021 2021 - www.greengrassi.com
Online presentation of 'Clips and Brooches', 2021
Elementum 2020 - CCA Andratx, Spain
ELEMENTUM is an international group exhibition specifically created for the CCA Gallery. The selected works share a common use of a formal language which, reduced to the elementary provides the works with an intense awareness of the presence. The show explores the materiality as a site, not only as an object to be perceived, but as a time-space code.
Be Andr, Helene Appel, Florian Auer, Awst & Walther, Miriam Bajtala, Florian Baudrexel, Nicole Bianchet, Julian Birbrajer, Slater Bradley, Andreas Bunte, Tibor Dieters, Aleana Egan, Robert Elfgen, Sofie Erlund, Franziska Furter, Nuria Fuster, Birke Gorm, Benjamin Grodin, Sabine Gross, Malene Haring, Dani Jakob, Markus Karstiess, Caiomhe Kilfeather, Eva Koch, Asger Dybvad Larsen, Mary McDonnell, Lorna Macintyre, Philipp Messner, Ulrike Mohr, Guillermo Mora, Alexandra Müller, Stefan Müller, Philip Newcombe, Nick Oberthaler, Rebecca Partridge, Payer + Gabriel, Kai Richter, Stefan Rieterer, Karin Ruggaber, Nastja Sade Rönkkö, Karl Troels Sandegård, Berit Schneidereit, Christine Schulz, Aguirre Schwarz, Anja Schwörer, Jakob Steen, David Stjernholm, Sissel Marie Tonn, Sebastian Wickeroth, Martin Wöhrl, Cajsa von Zeipel.
SupaStore Academy 2020 - Nida Art Colony, Vilnius Academy of Arts, Lithuania
SupaStore Academy, a permanent installation by the artist Sarah Staton at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts, opens on 17 July 2020.
SupaStore is a lively trading platform for artists and ideas, a mutable pop up that presents small artwork, multiples, and editions from a diverse selection of artists. The first SupaStore opened in 1993 in London and was repeated several times throughout the decade. As installations, functioning as working retail stores for artist-made multiples, the SupaStore series both facilitated exchange, referred to, and commented ironically on the increasing marketing of creativity. Commercialisation of public space, public spaces formed by infrastructure and architecture for commerce, artists communities, networks, and digitalisation of trade and exchange have been the topics recurring in Staton’s project since the 90s.
How small a thought 2019 - Margate Festival
Group exhibition about the making and thinking process behind artists’ work. Curated by Anne Ryan and Andrew Child. With Rachel Adams, Francesca Anfossi, David J. Batchelor, Catherine Biocca, Gabriella Boyd, Fran Burden, Matthew Burrows, Andrew Child, Neil Clements, Alex Crocker, William Daniels, Bernice Donszelmann, Tim Garwood, Tom Hackney, Paul Hamlyn, David Harrison, Gabriel Hartley, Sophie Von Hellermann, Sara Kerry, Jack Lavender, Hannah Lees, Angus McCrum, Lindsey Mendick, Sarah Pickstone, Paloma Proudfoot, Tim Renshaw, Emma Roche, Phil Root, Karin Ruggaber, Anne Ryan, Aude Van Ryn, Holly Slingsby, Sarah Staton, Lucy Stein, David Surman, Ross Taylor, Milly Thompson, Jessica Wilson, Sam Windett, Nicole Wermers.
June Mostra 2019 - The British School At Rome, Italy
Group exhibition of Award holders at the British School at Rome. Part of the Abbey Fellowship 2018/19.
Relief #140, 21 E 12, Selldorf Architects, New York 2019 - 21 E 12, Selldorf Architects, Greenwich Village, New York, US.
Public Art Commission for 21 E 12, Selldorf Architects, Greenwich Village, New York, US. Permanent.
Spazi Aperti XVII 2019 - Accademia di Romania in Roma, Italy
Group exhibition curated by Dalia Poleac and Matei Stoenescu.
Organised by the Romanian Academy in Rome, with the support of the Romanian Cultural Institute and the Romanian Embassy in Italy.
Beyond Boundaries 2019 - Somerset House, London
"An exhibition of work by 24 artists of international renown with close working associations to two of the most important art institutions in the world; the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing (CAFA) and the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, London." Curated by Andrew Stahl and Guo Xiaohui.
The Weather Garden: Anne Hardy curates the Arts Council Collection 2019 - Towner Gallery Eastbourne
Group exhibition curated by Anne Hardy. The Weather Garden encompasses over thirty artworks in a diverse range of media that are engaged with material, physical action, and sensuality. Artists include: Roger Ackling, Claire Barclay, Becky Beasley, Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom, Claude Cahun, Lynn Chadwick, Alice Channer, Lygia Clark, Thomas Joshua Cooper, Jane Coyle, Hubert Dalwood, Rita Donagh, Barry Flanagan, John Gibbons, Shirazeh Houshiary, Kim Lim, Sarah Lucas, Lucia Nogueira, Madeleine Pledge, Ima-Abasi Okon, Margaret Organ, Karin Ruggaber, Veronica Ryan, Sebastian Thomas, Edward Weston and Cathy Wilkes.
Bottom of the lake 2018 - greengrassi, London
Solo exhibition at Greengrassi. The exhibition combines a number of physical and conceptual elements developing a wider narrative around my research into gesture, expression and the pictorial aspects of sculpture.
Relief # 137, a concrete relief sculpture is set in contrast with a series of suspended wire sculptures.
The Ashtray Show West 2018 - Belmacz, London
Group exhibition at Belmacz, London, curated by Cullinan Richards and Steph Huang.
This itinerant, temporary study collection is made up of artist's ashtrays from personal collections as well as bespoke pieces; sentimental, symbolic and idiosyncratic. Participating artists: Aaron Tan, Ab Rogers, Alexander Shchrenkov, Alexis Teplin, Alison Crawshaw , Arnaud Desjardin, Asta Meldal Lynge, Axel Koschier, Bernhard Rappold, Camilla Løw, Carla Åhlander, Céline Condorelli, Charlott Weise, Claudia Kugler, Coco Crampton, Cullinan Richards, Dan Coopey, Daniel Ferstl, Diango Hernández, Dominic Cullinan, Duccio Maria Gambi, Eleanor Vonne Brown, Emiliano Maggi, Emma McCormick-Goodhart, Esther Windsor, Fiona Banner, Florian Meisenberg, Francis Upritchard, Frauke Boggasch, George McCallum, Georgia Sowerby, Gernot Wieland, Giulio Delvè, Hamish Morrow, Hanako Geierhos, Hanna Mattes, Jack Burton, Jaehyung Park, Jemima Stehli, Jenny Runacre, Joel Tomlin, Johanna Magdalena Guggenberger, Joshua Lieberman, Karin Ruggaber, Kathy Slade, Katrin Plavčak, Lina Viste-Grønli, Lynda Wilson, Magdalena Drwiega, Markus Wüste, Martino Gamper, Matthias Kaiser, Michela de Mattei, Mikael Brkic, Milena Dragicevic, Min Hogg, Morten Skrøder Lund, Myfanwy MacLeod, Nick Masters, Nicole Wermers, Noah Sherwood, Oskar Korsár, Paul Housley, Paul Kindersley, Peter Fillingham, Phillipa Horan, Philipp Fleischmann, Rob Branigan, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Salvatore Viviano, Sam Chermayeff, Sam Dargan, Sarah Dobai, Sarah Staton, Simon English, Simon Popper, Siro Cugusi, Sophie von Hellermann, Steph Huang, Stephanie Theobald, Steve Sinclair, Tori Wrånes, Ursula Meyer, Uta Kögelsberger, Urara Tsuchiya, Vanessa Disler, Veljko Markovic.
Group Portrait with Garden 2018 - Mecklenburgh Square Garden, London
Collaboration: Karin Ruggaber and Anne Ryan, ‘A Shipwreck in Stormy Seas with Sirens on the Rocks' after Charles François Lacroix de Marseille, (A Fountain), 2018
Group exhibition with Perienne Christian, Barbara Einzig
Benedict Ernst and Helen Morse Palmer, David George, Alison Gill, Clair Joy, Florian Roithmayr, Karin Ruggaber and Anne Ryan, Clare Stent, Suzanne Treister. Curated by Clair Joy.
Fully Awake 3:5 2018 - Dyson Gallery, RCA
Group exhibition curated by Ian Hartshorne & Sean Kaye.
Charles Danby with Neil Jeffries and Jawbone Jawbone
Michael Evans with Alan Dyer and Mark Sibley
Lyndsey Gilmour with Karin Ruggaber and Izzy Thompson
Lothar Götz with Paul Huxley and Theresa Poulton
Annette Heyer with Roger Ackling and Paul Gallagher
Natasha Kidd with Tess Jaray and Will Kendrick
Sarah Longworth-West with Estelle Thompson and Jessica Burgess
Kevin O’Brien with Sam Fisher and Rosa Lee
Tim Renshaw with David Ryan and Nancy Milner
Dominic Shepherd with Andrew Stahl and Steve Moberly
Michael Stubbs with Gerard Hemsworth and Clara Hastrup
Virginia Verran with Trevor Sutton and Aimée Parrott
The Ashtray Show @ 4COSE 2017 - 4Cose, London
Group exhibition at 4COSE, London, curated by Cullinan Richards. Participating artists include Alexis Teplin, Arnaud Desjardin, Camilla Løw, Céline Condorelli, Cullinan Richards, Dan Coopey, Daniel Ferstl, Diango Hernández, Dominic Cullinan, Duccio Maria Gambi, Eleanor Vonne Brown, Fiona Banner, Florian Meisenberg, Francis Upritchard, Frauke Boggasch, George McCallum, Joshua Lieberman, Karin Ruggaber, Katrin Plavčak, Martino Gamper, Milena Dragicevic, Nicole Wermers, Noah Sherwood, Peter Fillingham, Rob Branigan, Rut Blees Luxemburg, Sarah Dobai, Sarah Staton, Simon English, Simon Popper, Sophie von Hellermann, Steph Huang, Ursula Meyer, Uta Kögelsberger
Odds 2017 - Assembly Point, London
Group exhibition with Alastair Mackinven, Alexis Zelda Stevens, David
Auborn, Edgar—Walker, Fran Meana, Frank Kent, Hiroko Nakajima, Holly Hendry, Imran Perretta, Ivan Maximov, Jennifer Campbell, Jonathan Kipps,
Joseph Townshend, Josh Langan, Karin Ruggaber, Katja Larsson, Keef Winter, Lauren Keeley, Luke Gottelier, Nathaniel Rackowe, Paloma Proudfoot,
Peter McDonald, Robbie Fife, Rory Biddulph, Rutie Borthwick, Sam Regan, Sara Strandby, Simon Faithfull, Susie Olczak, Teal Griffin plus special guests. Curated by Jon Kipps.
Drawing Biennale 2017 2017 - Drawing Room, London
Drawing Biennial 2017 offers insights into how artists contend with a world in rapid and disorienting flux. A snapshot of contemporary drawing practices, the exhibition includes more than 240 new and recent works on paper by leading international artists. Exhibited work: Money #2, 2017 (Series of 5).
These Architectures We Make 2017 - Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City at greengrassi, London
Curated by Stefan Benchoam. With Elisabeth Wild,
Giuseppe Gabellone, Felipe Mujica, Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa, Karin Ruggaber and Johanna Unzueta. Condo 2.
Going Public: The Napoleone Collection 2016 - Touchstones, Rochdale
Pioneering collector of women artists, Valeria Napoleone, brings world class contemporary art to Touchstones Rochdale Art Gallery for Going Public – The Napoleone Collection. This exhibition will show personal highlights from Valeria Napoleone’s unparalleled private collection.
With her first acquisition in the mid-1990s, Valeria Napoleone established a collection with a singular purpose; to champion the work of women artists and redress the gender imbalance she saw within the art world. Spanning from painting and sculpture to photography and installation, Valeria’s remarkable collection has gone on to represent some of the most important female artists of the past 20 years.
Painting is Dead 2016 - CCA Andratx, Mallorca, Spain
Group exhibition with Matthias Bitzer, Sophie Bueno-Boutellier, Manuel Canu, Robert Davis, Koen Delaere, Aleana Egan, Carsten Fock, Jan S. Hansen, Alexandra Hopf, Stefan Müller, Bernd Ribbeck, Karin Ruggaber, Holger Schmidhuber Han Schuil, Niels Trannois, Claudia Wieser. Curated by Jackie Herbst.
El curso natural de las cosas 2016 - La Casa Encendida, Madrid, Spain
Group exhibition curated by Tania Pardo. With Adolfo Schlosser, Herman de Vries, Fernando García, Fernando Buenache, Nicolás Paris, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané, Irene Grau, Karin Ruggaber, Federico Guzmán, Francis Alÿs, Milena Muzquiz, Elena Aiztkoa,and Betty Woodman.
The conceptual point of departure for the exhibition is the text "I Work Like a Gardener", written by Joan Miró and first published in 1983 in the journal Los cuadernos del Norte.
Going Public - The Napoleone Collection 2016 - Graves Gallery, Sheffield
Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield
show highlights from one of Europe’s finest private collections of twentieth
century and contemporary art. With her first acquisition in the mid-1990s, Valeria Napoleone established a collection with a singular purpose; to champion the work of women artists and redress the gender imbalance she saw within the art world. Spanning painting and sculpture to photography and installation, Napoloene’s remarkable collection has gone on to represent some of most pioneering female artists of the past 20 years.
Group Show 2016 - greengrassi & Corvi Mora, London
Group show with Sam Bakewell, Catherine Biocca, Gareth Cadwallader, Shelagh Cluett, Kulisek/Lieske, Simon Ling, Jennifer Packer, Jennifer Pastor, Colin Pearson, Karin Ruggaber and Soroku Toyoshima.
Painting and Beyond 2016 - D Gallery, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei
Group exhibition curated by Froso Papadimitriou. With Huang Lanya, Ching-Yao Chen, Misaki Kodama, Sara Karin Fisher, Froso Papadimitriou and
Karin Ruggaber. The exhibition is aiming to explore the factors that affect artistic expression in the UK and Taiwan such as art trends, the socio-political context, education and cultural references and the impact they have on contemporary painting both in subject matter and technique.
It's your birthday 2016 - Cubitt, London
Group exhibition of work by artists who are currently members and studio holders at Cubitt. Presented by Darbyshire, London. Part of Cubitt’s 25th anniversary since it was founded at Goodsway in Kings Cross. Cubitt is an artist-led organisation based in Islington, London. Founded by a group of artists in 1991, Cubitt consists of a non-profit gallery, 32 artist studios and a locally-focused education programme.
Quiz 2 2016 - MUDAM, Musée D'Art Moderne Luxembourg
QUIZ 2, SUR UNE IDÉE DE ROBERT STADLER, curated by Robert Stadler and Alexis Vaillant. The objects gathered together for the exhibition defy pre-established categories such as sculpture, product, furniture, etc. They intrigue us, leaving us perplexed and, above all, incite great freedom in terms of apprehending and appreciating them. These barely-recognisable and stimulating things go beyond the usual “art or design?” or “art and design?” formulas, rendering the question of the status of objects obsolete and aiming to explore the state of things today through their incongruous, astonishing or falsely recognizable forms.
undone/beings/very 2015 - Walter Knoll, London
Solo exhibition at Walter Knoll, London. Curated by systems.
Karin Ruggaber projects a fictional space onto modernist design of the kind represented by the manufacturer’s brand. Walter Knoll is a leading international manufacturer of upholstery and design furniture. Their products create spaces for living: with classic and modern designs characterised by their comfort and longevity. systems’ project consists of a series of investigations into the legacy and present possibilities of modernist design, extended through publication, writing and exhibition.
Façade Project for Deptford Lounge. 2015 - Deptford Lounge, London
Relief # 128, 2015. Installation of a relief sculpture onto the façade of Deptford Lounge. Public project for Deptford X. Curated by Janette Parris.
Accadra' Domani 2015 - Museo Marino Marini, Florence, Italy
an ongoing archive of artist's books curated by Gregorio Magnani.
with anonimo, kasper andreasen, diana artus, blisterzine, daniel gustav cramer, mariana castillo deball, michael dean, arnaud desjardin, johanna drucker, melissa dubbin & aaron s. davidson, karl holmqvist, takashi homma, brian kennon, louis lüthi, sara mackillop, kristen mueller, sophie nys, asher penn, chiara pergola, simon popper, lucy powell, alessandro roma, karin ruggaber, christoph schifferli, izet sheshivari, rachel simkover, erik steinbrecher, mladen stropnik, derek sullivan, nik thoenen & lorenzo le kou meyr, peter tillessen, erik van der weijde, jean-michel wicker
the exhibition is dedicated to the most recent phase in the history of artists’ books. these are works of art that borrow the format and the particular modes of distribution and consumption of the book; they are not books replicating works of art, but works of art that exist exclusively through the format of the book.
all the books selected are either self-published or participate in a minor economy of small independent publishers. their modes of production and circulation, as well as the conditions under which they are housed and experienced, create and reinforce their content.
Alioli 2015 - OUTPOST, Norwich
Group exhibition with Jo Addison, Eric Bainbridge, Matthew Ferguson, Robert Filby, Pierre-Charles Filipo, Georgina Hayes, Simon Newby, Karin Ruggaber, Yonatan Vinitsky.
The Library Vaccine / Everything is About to Happen 2014 - Artists Space, New York, US
Everything is About to Happen: An ongoing archive of artists' books selected by Gregorio Magnani.
The Library Vaccine presents a number of discrete collections of books in order to sample art's distinctive relationship to the book form in its singularity, and in its states of reproduction, distribution and accumulation. The exhibition addresses the book as a particular technology, and in its collective state of the private collection, reading room or library, as a social machine – registering social and personal histories, and articulating structures of knowledge and value through the relations between its parts.
A merman I should turn to be 2014 - Laura Bartlett Gallery, London
Group exhibition curated by Dan Coopey. With Rupert Ackroyd, Aaron Ange, Nicholas Byrne, Alex Dordoy, Graham Ellard & Stephen Johnstone, Paul Housley, Alexis Marguerite Teplin, Ruairiadh O'Connell, Karin Ruggaber.
Quiz 2014 - Ensemble Poirel, Nancy, France
Group exhibition about the relationship between art and design objects curated by Alexis Vaillant and Robert Stadler, Ensemble Poirel, Nancy, France. With Ron Arad, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Aaron Curry, Thea Djordjadze, Konstantin Grcic, Roger Hiorns, David Musgrave, Manfred Pernice, Tobias Rehberger, Ettore Sottsass, Ricky Swallow, Nicole Wermers, Franz West, Heimo Zobernig and others.
Catalogue edited by Robert Stadler and Alexis Vaillant. With texts by Kirsty Bell, Claire Brunet, Emily King, Edouard Montassut, Robert Stadler and Alexis Vaillant.
Bad Copy: Carrdiff by Parris 2014 - Cardiff Story Museum, Cardiff
Museums at Night 2014. Bad Copy - a project organised by Janette Parris
Somewhat Abstract 2014 - Nottingham Contemporary
Selections from the Arts Council Collection. Group exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary selected by Alex Farquharson.
Artists include Tomma Abts, Armando Andrade Tudela, Frank Auerbach, Francis Bacon, Anna Barriball, David Batchelor, Zarina Bhimji, Karla Black, Peter Blake, David Bomberg, Christine Borland, Martin Boyce, Varda Caivano, Anthony Caro, Helen Chadwick, Adam Chodzko, Prunella Clough, Bernard Cohen, Harold Cohen, Keith Coventry, Cathy De Monchaux, Richard Deacon, Jeremy Deller, Rita Donagh, Garth Evans, Barry Flanagan, Elisabeth Frink, Gilbert and George, Laura Godfrey-Isaacs, Paul Graham, Alexis Harding, Raphael Hefti, Barbara Hepworth, Thurston Hopkins, John Hoyland, Zebedee Jones, Emma Kay, Philip Lai, Peter Lanyon, John Latham, Mark Lewis, Hilary Lloyd, Kenneth Martin, Gustav Metzger, Alan Michael, Yoko Ono, Eduardo Paolozzi, Kathy Prendergast, Bridget Riley, Karin Ruggaber, Colin Self, Walter Sickert, Daniel Sinsel, Lucy Skaer, Richard Smith, Jem Southam, The Hackney Flashers, Wolfgang Tillmans, Amikam Toren, William Tucker, Mark Wallinger, Rebecca Warren, Richard Wentworth, Rachel Whiteread, Cathy Wilkes, Stephen Willats, Cerith Wyn Evans.
Virtually every significant artistic movement since the Second World War is touched on in this major exhibition drawn from The Arts Council’s own national collection, curated by Nottingham Contemporary’s Director Alex Farquharson. Spanning seven decades of art made in Britain, Somewhat Abstract shows the work of 70 artists, eight of them Turner Prize winners.
Abstract art is the exhibition’s starting point. Yet as its title suggests most of the art works are near-abstract, rather than truly abstract. They are works in which the world has undergone a transformation. The image has lost its definition to become something else, while still retaining a sense of where it came from.
Call me on Sunday 2014 - Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria
Group exhibition at Krinzinger Projekte, Vienna. Curated by Ursula Maria Probst.
With Marina Abramović, Ida Applebroog, Tauba Auerbach, Monika Baer, Clarina Bezzola, Juliette Bonneviot, Louise Bourgeois, Ulla von Brandenburg, Johanna Calle, Beatrice Caracciolo, Naia del Castillo, Angela de la Cruz, Katrina Daschner, Tacita Dean, Aleksandra Domanović, VALIE EXPORT, Marina Faust, Female Obsession, Mary Frank, Pamela Fraser, Sonja Gangl, Isa Genzken, Michela Ghisetti, Dorothee Golz, Katharina Grosse, Jitka Hanzlová, Kathi Hofer, Judith Hopf, Roni Horn, Anna Jermolaewa, Birgit Jürgenssen, Maureen Kaegi, Kerstin Kartscher, Luisa Kasalicky, Laleh Khorramian, Erika Giovanna Klien, Alena Kotzmannová, Alicja Kwade, Marie-Jo Lafontaine, Maria Lassnig, Louise Lawler, Sonia Leimer, Natalia LL, Liza Lou, Dorit Margreiter, Ursula Mayer, Chiara Minchio, Şükran Moral, Martina Nehrling, Meret Oppenheim, Laura Owens, Danica Phelps, Amalia Pica, PRINZGAU/Podgorschek, Agnieszka Polska, Pushpamala N., Rivka Rinn, Judith Rohrmoser a.k.a. Jaye, Signe Ross, Karin Ruggaber, Eva Schlegel, Toni Schmale, Nora Schultz, Constanze Schweiger, Nino Sekhniashvili, Elfie Semotan, Cindy Sherman, Esther Stocker, Despina Stokou, Ingeborg Strobl, Meg Stuart, Urszula Tarasiewicz, Maria Temnitschka, Tatiana Trouvé, Julia Vecsei, Sophie Whettnall
CALL ME ON SUNDAY is the second of several parts of the long-term series CCC (curators collectors collaborations) initiated by Krinzinger Gallery - a starting point for the interconnection of international collectors and curators.
Inspired by the consequent attitudes of the collectors Valeria Napoleone (London) and Alexia Stuefer (Vienna), who limit their collections to artworks by female artists, CALL ME ON SUNDAY focuses on 77 artistic positions by female artists. The Krinzinger Projekte’s exhibitions spaces therefore display oeuvres of international artists in private collections and arranges them in a dramaturgically intertwined setting.
The exhibition also makes references to the legendary show “Eccentric Abstraction” by US-American curator and critic Lucy Lippard, that took place in New York in 1966 and - deviating from what the title would suggest - addressed the subjects of strong, autonomous, female corporeality and lifestyle.
Of and For 2014 - The Bank, Central House, London
Group exhibition curated by Camilla Wilson and Mary Maclean. With Peter Fillingham, Dave Hanger, Mary Maclean, Jess Macneil, Caroline McCarthy, Karin Ruggaber, Camilla Wilson, Eleanor J Wright, Emily Wolfe.
Inhabited space, both private and public, is the subject of this exhibition. It suggests that the experience of interior and exterior architectural space is expressed by the part rather than the whole, the fragment rather than a totality. The fragment is asymmetrical, dynamic, occupying a moment of internalised attention, as the agent of an unresolved narrative.
Taking note or The Curious Eye 2013 - NUI Galway Art Gallery, Ireland.
Group exhibition around the idea of noticing and taking note. Curated by Robin Jones
STAG - Berlin/London 2013 - dispari&dispari project, Reggio Emilia, Italy
Group exhibition curated by Katrin Plavcak and Cullinan Richards. With Monika Baer, Luca Bertolo, Hanna-Mari Blencke, Andrew Bick, Varda Caivano, Ben Cottrell, Milena Dragicevic, Béatrice Dreux, Olivier Guesselé-Garai, Sophie von Hellermann, Sigrid Holmwood, Robert Holyhead, Ursula Hübner, Johanna Kandl, Jutta Koether, Rannva Kunoy, Antje Majewski, Marzena Nowak, Katrin Plavcak, Reto Pulfer, Gunter Reski, Cullinan Richards, Karin Ruggaber, Christian Schwarzwald, Ulrika Segerberg, Noah Sherwood, Dillwyn Smith, Esther Stocker, Monica Tap, Alexis M Teplin, Caragh Thuring, Corinne Wasmuht, Marcus Weber, Sue Williamsn e Amelie von Wulffen.
Leichte Verstörung in den Fabriken 2013 - tete, Berlin, Germany.
Group exhibition curated by Adrian Schiesser: With Stefan Gross, Karin Ruggaber, Liam Gillick, Mustafa Hulusi, Sarah Morris, Tiago Carneiro da Cunha, Fayçal Baghriche, Kapwani Kiwanga, Michel Bo Michel.
A Conspiracy of Detail 2013 - Mackintosh Museum, Glasgow
Group exhibition with Pio Abad, Jonathan Baldock, Josh Blackwell, Jim Lambie, Hew Locke, Alex Pollard, Eva Rothschild, Karin Ruggaber, Renee So. Curated by Jenny Brownrigg.
This exhibition looks at the ideas contemporary practice has around adornment, exploring cultural, social and material aspects. It looks at the status that detail and embellishment has now in contemporary practice. The highly detailed Mackintosh Museum welcomes this examination also, with the building itself influenced by the Arts & Crafts Movement that Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his peer group were part of.
Karla Black & Karin Ruggaber 2013 - Oriel Myrddin Gallery, Arts Council of Wales
Two person exhibition organised by the Arts Council Collection
An outside of a house 2013 - PEER, London
Solo exhibition of newly commissioned work. Exhibition funding through Henry Moore Foundation Project Grant and Elephant Trust.
Drawing Biennale 2013 2013 - Drawing Room, London
Curated by Drawing Room directors, over 200 artists are invited to make an original drawing in any medium on an A4 sheet of paper. The Biennial presents an insight into contemporary artists approach and relationship to drawing, often exposing the first intimations of a new body of work, providing insights into previously hidden working processes or revealing atypical modes of work. Exhibited work: Dogs, Money & Houses #2, 2013.
I don't feel like it: The Indifference of Objects 2012 - Camberwell Space, London
Group exhibition curated by Florian Roithmayr. With Caroline Achaintre, Jess Flood-Paddock, Alex Heim, Hilary Koob-Sassen and Karin Ruggaber.
Shorts 2012 - Kino Babylon am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin, Germany.
"Shorts", 9 video clips produced in collaboration with Sarah Staton. Screening at Flights of Fancy, Verein zur Förderung von Kunst und Kultur am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz, Berlin. Curated by Jaspar-Joseph Lester and Susanne Prinz.
Karin Ruggaber 2012 - greengrassi, London
Solo exhibition at greengrassi, London.
Karin Ruggaber - Swiss Church in London 2011 - Swiss Church in London, 79 Endell St., WC2H
Solo exhibition of new work made in response to the space of the 19th century Swiss Church and its recent renovation by architects Christ and Gantenbein.
Camulodunum 2011 - Firstsite, Colchester
Inaugural group exhibition at Firstsite's new public gallery designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects. One of four commissioned artists including Michaela Eichwald, Aleksandra Mir and Danh Vo. Curated by Michelle Cotton.
Modernism has two faces 2011 - Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, Scotland
Group exhibition curated by Sarah Staton and Simon Bill. With Eva Berendes, Enrico David, Karin Ruggaber, Sarah Staton, Simon Bill.
Savage Messiah 2011 - Rob Tufnell at Sutton Lane, London
Group exhibition curated by Michelle Cotton and Rob Tufnell. With works by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Steve Claydon, Keith Coventry, Anthea Hamilton, Mark Leckey, Dereck Jarman, Eduardo Paolozzi, Ezra Pound, Daniel Silver and others.
Drawing Biennale 2011 2011 - Drawing Room, London
Now firmly established in the art world calendar Drawing Biennial presents the latest developments in contemporary drawing and demonstrates the crucial role that drawing plays in contemporary art practices.
Just Photography 2011 - Martos Gallery, New York City, USA
Group exhibition of photography curated by Bruce Haines. Just Photography brings together a cross-generational gathering of artists from Europe for whom photography exists either as dominant practice or a more casual endeavour. Presenting a range of works from the 1980s to the present day, through their various formal, conceptual or performative experiments, their photographs seem historically to be ambiguously located in time.
Artists: Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili, Tim Braden, Bianca Brunner, Hugo Canoilas, Ernst Caramelle, Lourdes Castro, Raphael Danke, Jane England, Jason Evans, Adam Gillam, Melissa Gordon, Ilana Halperin, Anne Hardy, Raphael Hefti, Alex Heim, Jessica Mallock, Andrew Mania, Rudolf Polanszky, Sam Porritt, Dan Rees, Sophy Rickett, Karin Ruggaber, Monika Schwitte, Lindsay Seers, Miroslav Tichy and Li Yuan-chi.
British Art Show 7, In the Days of the Comet 2010 - Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham; Hayward Gallery, London and touring to Glasgow and Plymouth
National Touring Exhibition curated by Lisa Le Feuvre and Tom Morton organised by the Hayward Gallery, London. “The British Art Show is widely recognized as the most ambitious and influential exhibition of contemporary British art. The 39 selected artists have been chosen on the grounds of their significant contribution to contemporary art in the last 5 years.”
The exhibition toured from Nottingham Contemporary in 2010, to the Hayward Gallery, London, Glasgow Museum of Art and venues in Plymouth during 2011.
Drawing Biennale 2009 2009 - Drawing Room, London
Drawing Biennial 2009 presents the latest developments in contemporary drawing and demonstrates the crucial role that drawing plays in contemporary art practices.
The Sculpture Show, The Real 2009 - V22 at the Biscuit Factory, London
Group exhibition. The Real curated by Fergal Stapleton. With Phyllida Barlow, Tom Burr, Anne Damer, Audrey Reynolds, Karin Ruggaber, Fergal Stapleton and Martin Westwood.
Los Vinilos 2008 - Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington Gardens, London
Group exhibition curated by Henry Coleman for Zoo Art Fair 2008
The Krautscho Club 2008 - Galerie im Regierungviertel, Berlin and 176 Project Space, London
Exhibition curated by Anna-Catharina Gebbers for "The Forgotten Bar Project", Berlin and "Material Presence", 176 Project Space, London
Karin Ruggaber 2008 - greengrassi, London
solo exhibition at greengrassi, London
Legende 2008 - Domaine departemental de Chamarande, Chamarande, France
Group exhibition curated by Alexis Vaillant at Chamarande, Essonne. “Created for Department Domain de Chamarande - its 17th century castle, hunting lodge, ice-house, and chapel - the exhibition brings together works of 47 international artists. The works interrogate the artificiality of the current world and render up intensified visions of it…” Artists include David Altmejd, Roger Hiorns, Gedi Sibony, Pae White and Lisa Yuskavage.
Mittlere Körnung 2008 - Carl Freedman Gallery, London
3 person exhibition curated by Tatiana Echeverri-Fernandez: Wolfgang Breuer, Thomas Humphreys, Karin Ruggaber
Hope and Despair 2007 - Cell Project Space, London
Group exhibition, Cell Project Space. Curated by Bob Matthews. With Alexandra Bircken, Kaye Donachie, Ian Hunt, Mark Titchner and others.
EAST International 2007 2007 - Norwich School of Art & Design, Norwich Gallery, Norwich
Group exhibition selected by Matthew Higgs and Marc Camille Chaimowicz.
Installation of 19 relief sculptures onto the facade of Norwich Gallery. Arts Council Lottery Grant.
Los Vinilos - El Basilisco 2007 - El Basilisco, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Group exhibition curated by Henry Coleman including Pae White, Mark Titchner, David Musgrave and others.
Friedrich 2006 - doggerfisher, Edinburgh
Group exhibition curated by Bruce Haines. With Markus Amm, Helene Appel, Eva Berendes, Ellen Gronemeyer, Alex Heim, Karin Ruggaber and Nicole Wermers.
How to improve the World 2006 - Hayward Gallery London
Arts Council Collection exhibition curated by Michael Archer and Roger Malbert
Karin Ruggaber, Art Now, Tate Britain 2006 - Tate Britain
Solo exhibition at Art Now, Tate Britain. Karin Ruggaber - From hard to soft.
60 - Arts Council Collection 2006 - Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield
2006 marks the sixtieth anniversary of the Arts Council Collection. The Arts Council Collection is the largest loan collection of post-war British art in the world. Since 1946, it has acquired some 7,500 works - including over 700 sculptures and installations - for loan to exhibitions and public spaces across the UK and beyond.
The way we work now 2005 - Camden Arts Centre, London
Group exhibition curated by Bruce Haines with Stuart Cumberland, Roger Hiorns, Adam Gillam, Ian Kiaer, Rachel Kneebone, Karin Ruggaber and Francis Upritchard
Claire Hooper & Jacob Jürgensen, Karin Ruggaber 2005 - Rachmaninoff's, London
Group exhibition at Rachmaninoff's, London. Curated by Matthew Arnatt and Maggie Smith
mega-süper military style 2005 - greengrassi, 1A Kempsford Road, London
solo exhibition at greengrassi, London.
Der Tod und das Mädchen 2004 - Jonathan Viner Gallery, London
Exhibition curated by Sophie von Hellermann, in conjunction with Elfriede Jelinek reading.
Present Future 2004 - Present Future, greengrassi. Artissima 11, Turin, Italy.
A solo exhibition at Present Future, Artissima 11.
Ideal Standard 2004 - Vanderborght, Dexia Art Centre, Brussels, Belgium.
Group exhibition curated by Elena Filipovic. With Goshka Macuga, Simon Moretti, Karin Ruggaber, Veit Stratman and Anton Vidokle.
Modellsituation Berlin 2004 - Landesvertretung Baden-Württemberg, Berlin, Germany.
Kunststiftung at Landesvertretung Baden-Württemberg, Berlin. Group exhibition of scholarship holders.
Honey I rearranged the collection 2003 - Corvi-Mora and greengrassi, London
Group exhibition at Corvi-Mora and greengrassi, London. With Allen Ruppersberg, Roger Hiorns, David Musgrave, Lisa Yuskavage, Silke Otto-Knapp, Tomma Abts, Jim Isermann and others.
The Straight or Crooked Way 2003 - Royal College of Art, London
A project by Goshka Macuga. Curating Contemporary Art, RCA.
US work and men's shirts 2003 - greengrassi, London
Solo exhibition at greengrassi, London
Slimvolume Poster Publication 2002 - Vilma Gold, London
organised by Andrew Hunt
Rene Daniels and Karin Ruggaber 2002 - Bloomberg Space, London
No time wasters 2002 - KIAD Rochester
Group exhibition at KIAD, Rochester. Curated by Mark Dickenson and Martin Clark
Exchange 2002 - Richard Salmon Gallery, London
Group exhibition curated by Rupert Norfolk and Henry Coleman
Predator 2001 - KX Kampnagel, Hamburg, Germany.
Group exhibition curated by Giles Perry and Jorn Ebner
Cowboy Cinema 2001 - Mobile Home, London
A project with ARTLAB, Charlotte Cullinan and Jeanine Richards
Minutes Only 2001 - Orgelfabrik, Karlsruhe, Germany
Performance evening at Orgelfabrik, Karlsruhe. Curated by Rainer Ecke.
D.I.Y. 2000 - 15 C, London
Group exhibition at 15C, London. Curated by Frank Hannon. With Artlab, Bob and Roberta Smith, Karin Ruggaber, Luke Gottelier.
Rutger Hauer 2000 - Perry's Motors, 4 Torbay Street, London NW1
A group exhibition curated by Giles Perry. Artist include Anne Tallentire & John Seth, Jaspar Joseph Lester, Jorn Ebner, Karin Ruggaber, Calum Stirling, Italo Zuffi, Tasha Amini, coolbeans films, Caitlin Elster. Supported by the Italian Cultural Institute and the German Embassy.
Karin Ruggaber 2000 - Haus der Kunststiftung, Stuttgart, Germany.
Solo exhibition at Haus der Kunststiftung, Stuttgart. Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg.
Peter Kapos, David Musgrave, Karin Ruggaber 2000 - greengrassi, London.
Group exhibition at greengrassi, London.
297 x 210 2000 - Arthouse, Dublin, Ireland.
Group exhibition and publication, Arthouse, Dublin. Curated by Arthur R Rose.
year 2000 - Royal College of Art, London
Year-long exhibition project curated by Mark Dickenson and Martin Clark. Curating Contemporary Art, Royal College of Art.
set 1999 - Arthur R Rose, London
Solo exhibition at Arthur R Rose, London.
Thinking Aloud 1998 - Kettle's Yard, Cambridge; Camden Arts Centre, London; Cornerhouse Manchester
National Touring Exhibition curated by Richard Wentworth
New Contemporaries 98 1998 - Tea Factory, Liverpool; Camden Arts Centre, London; Hatton Gallery, Newcasle
Open Submission Touring Exhibition selected by Phyllida Barlow, Eddie Berg, Christine Hohenbüchler and Adrian Searle. Since 1949 New Contemporaries has played a vital part in the story of contemporary British art, and has reflected as well as responded to developments in artistic practice, the changing landscape of galleries, and the role of art school education over nearly 70 years.
Banana Republic 1996 - BUND, 23 - 24 Maiden Lane, London WC2
Group exhibition curated by Francis Outred, Alun Rowlands and Mark Dickenson. Artists include Rupert Norfolk, Graham Gussin, Tim Evans, Elizabeth Kent, Tim Marr, Doris Kroth, Karin Ruggaber, Marysia Lewandowska & Neil Cummings, Caroline Warde
Studio floor series, 2017 - Offset Print On Paper -
"Studio floor series, 2017" is an artist's book/publication commissioned by Bloomberg SPACE. It is an exploration of the studio floor are as an arena for material thinking, composition and making. Published as part of "Physical Information", an exhibition series and symposium organised by Rupert Norfolk. It is part of an exhibition series co-curated by Rupert Norfolk and Henry Coleman at Bloomberg SPACE 2016/17, exploring how physical objects can generate alternative experiences in an increasingly abstract world.