Hurvin Anderson

 

Born in Birmingham, United Kingdom, 1965

Lives and works in London, England

 

Education

MA Royal College of Art, London, England, 1998            

BA Hons Wimbledon School of Art, London, England, 1994

Birmingham Polytechnic, Birmingham, England, 1991 

 

 

Solo Exhibitions

 

2016

Foreign Body, Michael Werner Gallery, New York NY

Hurvin Anderson: Dub Versions, New Art Exchange, Nottingham, England

Hurvin Anderson: Backdrop, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

 

2015

Hurvin Anderson: Backdrop, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis MI

 

2013

Hurvin Anderson: New Works, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, England

Hurvin Anderson: reporting back, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, England

 

2011

Hurvin Anderson: Subtitles, Michael Werner Gallery, New York NY

 

2009

Peter’s Series 2007-09, Studio Museum, Harlem, New York NY

Art Now: Hurvin Anderson, Tate Modern, London, England

 

2008

Hurvin Anderson, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, England

Hurvin Anderson, Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco CA

 

2006

A View on the River Cobre, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, England

 

2005

New Paintings, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, England

 

2003

The Lime, David Risley Gallery, London, England

Hurvin Anderson, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, England

 

  

Group Exhibitions

 

2018
Á Cris Ouverts, Les Ateliers de Rennes – Contemporary Art Biennale, Rennes, France

Vile Bodies, Michael Warner Gallery, London, England

 

2017

Turner Prize 2017, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, England

Drawing Biennial 2017, Drawing Room, London, England

 

2016

Jamaican Pulse: Art and Politics from Jamaica and the Diaspora, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, England
Making & Unmaking: An exhibition curated by Duro Olowu, Camden Arts Centre, London, England

2015

Poetics of Relation, Pérez Art Museum, Miami FL

 

2014

4 Painters, 10 Works, Josh Lilley, London, England

2013

Four Corners Of The World, HITE Collection, Seoul, Korea

Homebodies, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago IL

 

2011

Flowers for Summer, Michael Werner Gallery, New York NY

Sometimes I Wish I Could Just Disappear, David Risley Gallery, Denmark

 

2010

Art of Ideas Presents: The Witching Hour, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, England

Living Across: Spaces of Migration, Xhibit, Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Austria

Self-Consciousness, Veneklasen / Werner, Berlin, Germany

Newspeak, Saatchi Gallery, London, England

Dull as I am, I Hope to Live by These Lines, Simon Preston Gallery, New York NY

 

2007

Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative, Thomas Dane Gallery, London, curated by Jens Hoffmann

Hurvin Anderson/Henriette Grahnert, Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, Warwick, England

 

2006

Crivelli’s Nail, Chapter Gallery, Cardiff, England

Archipeinture, artists build architecture, Le Plateau, Fonds regional d’art contemporain d’Ile-de-France, Paris; travelled to: Camden Arts Centre, London, England

 

2004

When In Rome III, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, England

Back to Paint, C & M Arts, New York NY

EastInternational, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, England

 

2002

Cockafuckingdoodledo, Jeffery Charles Gallery, London, England

 

2000

Telling Times, Leicester Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester, England

 

1999

Pictures of Pictures, Arnoldfini, Bristol/Norwich Gallery, Norwich, England

Forest, The Bull and Last, London, England

 

1995

Inheritance, Ikon Touring, Birmingham, England

 

 

Fellowship

 

1990-00 

Cheltenham Fine Art Research Fellow (Painting)

Cheltenham & Gloucester College of Higher Education

 

 

Awards and Scholarships

 

2009

Residency at Headlands Centre for the Arts, Sausalito, CA

 

2005                         

Residency at Dulwich Picture Gallery, London

 

2002                            

Caribbean Contemporary Arts Residency Programme, Trinidad

 

2000 
Cheltenham Fine Art Research Fellow in Painting, Cheltenham & Gloucester College of Higher Education

 

1996                            

Alkazzi Travel Award, New York

 

1997                          

John Crane, New York

 

1994                         

William Booker Travel Scholarship, Philadelphia