2019

Rebirth Your Wreckage, solo exhibition, Westminster RL, London, UK, October 2019.

 

 

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2016

 

It Fell From Earth, solo exhibition, Line Gallery, SVA, Stroud, Gloucestershire, May 29 – June 4th,  private view June 3rd.

 

 

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It Fell From Earth, solo exhibition, Gerald Moore Gallery London, Jan 9 – Feb 20, private view Friday Jan 22 4-7 pm

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Correspond, Rye Creative Centre, East Sussex,

 

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Correspond group exhibition, Artworks, Halifax UK, Feb 20 – March 20.

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Orbits and Occults

A group exhibition curated by Amelia J Ash, Gerald Moore Gallery, London

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Redemption on Middle Street

A group exhibition curated by Shiraz Akoo, Middle Street Gallery, Stroud, Gloucestershire.

 

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2014

Anthology Prize long list announced, July 2014

 

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2013

Their Shared Fuel, group exhibition curated by Mark Ross, the Feltrooms, London, Nov 2013 (as seen below with work by Vincent JF Huang)

 

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Scope Miami Beach USA, See Me Gallery, Brooklyn. http://scope-art.com/shows/miami-beach-2013/about/

 

2012

You are OK, group exhibition curated by David Lindberg, Y Helling, Amsterdam, July 2012

 

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Y K Helling, Amsterdam

 

2011 

MELODRAMZ: A Night of Contrivances

Art critic David Balzer—a contributor to The Globe and Mail, The Believer and Artforum, among others—launches his first collection of short fiction, Contrivances, on Friday, May 11, at 8pm at The White House Studio Project, 277.5 Augusta Ave., in Toronto’s Kensington Market.

Eleven different international artists have contributed an artwork for David’s book, one for each story. The stories in Contrivances are dark, whimsical melodramas—influenced by Victorian lit, Lifetime movies, fan fiction, Old Hollywood and art-world gossip.

The launch, MELODRAMZ: A Night of Contrivances,  is marked by a one-night-only exhibition featuring artwork from and related to the book by:

Derek Aubichon
Marcel Dzama
Alison Fleming
Alexandra Flood
Oliver Husain
Sholem Krishtalka
Vanessa Rieger
Emily Stoddart
Janet Werner
Margaux Williamson

For the full details of the event and book:

http://contrivances.tumblr.com/melodramz-a-night-of-contrivances

2010

Inaugural, solo show, the Felt Rooms, London UK
http://www.feltrooms.com

Monster,

The West Vancouver Museum
February 5th through May 10th 2010
Curated by Darrin Morrison
http://westvancouvermuseum.ca/exhibitions/upcoming_exhibitions

2009

Solo exhibition, the Wyer Gallery, London, England,
November 2009
http://www.thewyergallery.co.uk/Wyer_Gallery/Archive.html
With generous support from artsnb.ca
Show Installation Shots

Review, Solo Exhibition at the New Brunswick Museum
Canadian Art Magazine, by Mandy Ginson

Group Show at the Wyer Gallery, London, England
Feb 2 – Mar 12, 2009
http://www.thewyergallery.co.uk/lastshow.htm

2008

Aqua Maimi Art Fair, Miami Beach Florida
Dec 2008
Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, Toronto
http://www.aquaartmiami.com/hotel.html

Nov 2008 Carte Blanche II – Painting, group show
The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto.
Curated by David Liss and Clint Roenisch, Organised with the Magenta Foundation.
http://www.mocca.ca/press-release/?id=11

Review of Carte Blanche II: Painting group show,
Nov 19 2008
by David Balzer, EYE WEEKLY Magazine, Toronto,
http://www.eyeweekly.com/ eyecandy/article/45571

Amber One Foot Below, Group show
Nov 2008
Paul Petro Special Projects Space, Toronto, curated by Jay Isaac
show installation shots
http://www.paulpetro.com

Katharine Mulherin Contemporary Art Projects, Toronto
Oct 2008
Three Person Show, with Carl D’alvia and Jason Dunda)
http://www.katharinemulherin.com

Mare Street Biennale, ARTISTSPACE, London, England,
Oct 2008
curated by Mark Ross
http://www.marestreetbiennale.org
With generous support from artsnb.ca