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clunie reid


  • Work
  • Biography
  • Exhibitions

Born 1971, lives and works in London

EDUCATION

1993- 95      Royal College of Art, London. MA Painting
1994           School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA.
1990- 93      Wimbledon School of Art, London. BA Painting.

SELECTED SOLO SHOWS

2013
In Pursuit of the Liquid, MOTINTERNATIONAL, London

2012
Black Light, Palais de Tokyo, Paris

2011
Cos What's Inside Him Never Dies,
MOTINTERNATIONAL, London
Cos The Body Goes In And Out,
MOTINTERNATIONAL, Brussels
Melanie Griffith’s Knee, Banner Repeater, London

2010
Art Now
, two person show with James Richards, Tate Britain, London
Dumb Down, Get Dressed, Move Out, Studio Voltaire, London. Supported by The Elephant Trust, London

2009
Zoo 2009, John Jones Prize Winner Exhibition, London
Clunie Reid, MOT International, London
Out There, Not Us, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea
Peek A De Boom, Galerie Reinhard Hauff, Stuttgart

2008
Nought To Sixty, Institute for Contemporary Arts, London

2007
Life As You Like It,MOTINTERNATIONAL, London

2006
Trousers Too Tight, Heels To High, Keith Talent Gallery, London

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

2014
For as long as you like, Gaudel de Tsampa, Paris, France

2013
ICA Off-Site: A Journey Through London Subculture 1980s to Now, The Old Selfridge Hotel, London
The Hecklers
, curated by Cedar Lewisohn, The New Art Gallery Walsall
Perspectives on Collage, The Photographers Gallery, London

2012
Clunie Reid - Hannah Perry, Arcadia_Missa, London
Accidentally on Purpose, QUAD Gallery, Derby
Sleeping Upright, Nottingham Contemporary and One Thoresby Street, Nottingham

2011
The Pavement and the Beach, Paradise Row, London

2010
Free, New Museum, New York
In The Event Of Suspicion, Bielefelder Kunstverein, Germany
Newspeak: British Art Now, The Saatchi Gallery, London
Contact Photography Festival, Toronto
Misty Boundaries Fades and Dissolves, Formcontent London

2009
Karaoke - Photographic Quotes, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Zurich
We Came Here To Get Laid, Not To Critique Dutch Culture, with Tom Ellis and Richard Parry, Wilfried Lentz, Rotterdam

2008
Life As You Like It, Camden Arts Centre, London

2007
East International, Norwich. Selected by Matthew Higgs & Marc Caamille Chaimowicz
Propagansa Machine, Local Operations, Serpentine Gallery, London
Transmission Gallery, Glasgow
One in the Other, London,
No.w.here at Zoo Art Fair, London
Aspen 11, Neue Alte Brucke, Frankfurt

2006
A Tree Can See, Flaca Gallery, London
Launch Project, “falkeandcharlotte project space”/Dolores, Ellen de Bruijne Gallery, Amsterdam
Neadle Drops, Parade, London
God Is Bored Of Us II, Fast Moving Consumer Goods, London
This Show Is Ribbed For Her Pleasure, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York

2005
Les Marveilles Du Monde, Centre for Contemporary Art, Dunkerque

2004
Doubtful Pleasures, APT Gallery, London
Sur Reel, Redux, Gallery, London
The Possibility Of Experiencing The Death Of Others, One in the Other Gallery, London

2003
Render Red Nose, MOT, London
Not Everything, Jeffrey Charles, London
Other Than, MOT, London
Platform Primera, Plate forme 4, Dunkerque
The Greatest Show On The Earth, The Metropole Gallery, Folkestone
Curated by Peter Fillingham

BIBLIOGRAPHY
2010
http://www.thisistomorrow.info/ review of ‘Free’ at The New Museum, New York, by Gaia Tedone, Dec, 2010
Faker Drinker Soldier Heiress, Book Works, ISBN: 978 1 906012 26 7
Clunie Reid by Gilda Williams, Art Forum. January, 2010

2009
‘We’re going to the Zoo’ by Hayley Hatton, www.dazeddigital.com, 16th
October 2009
‘Art fair fever!’ by Ossian Ward, www.timeout.com, 13th October 2009
‘Artist of the week 43: Clunie Reid’ by Jessica Lack, www.guardian.co.uk, 3rd
June 2009
Exhibitions preview: Clunie Reid, Southend-on-Sea’ by Jessica Lack, The Guardian, Saturday 16th May 2009

2008
‘London’s 40 best artists’ by Ossian Ward and Helen Sumpter, Time Out, October
‘Nought to Sixty: Clunie Reid’, Kultureflash, issue 247, 5th June 2008
The Happy Hypocrite – Linguistic Hardcore, issue 1, edited by Maria Fusco, ISBN 978-1 906012-01-4

2007
East International 2007 selected by Matthew Higgs and Marc Camille Chaimowicz, Norwich University College of the Arts, ISBN 1-872482-87-2
ʻEast Review’ by Martin Herbert, Art Monthly, September 2007
Group Show: Lutz Fezer, Kevin Hutcheson & Clunie Reid’ by Claire Mitchell, The List, issue 574, 23rd April 2007
Photo art: the new world of photography, edited by Uta Grosenick and Thomas Seelig, Cologne: DuMont 2007, ISBN 9783832177812

2006
Review by Martin Coomer, Time Out, 9-16th August 2006
‘Report from London’ by Sherman Sam, The Brooklyn Rail, September 2006
Miser & Now, Issue 8, Keith Talent Gallery, July 2006

2005
Miser & Now, Issue 5, Keith Talent Gallery, 2005