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Clare Churchouse
NY NY US
Updated: 2021-07-28 16:17:46

RESUME

 

clarechurchouse.com

Lives and works in NYC
Studio: Painting Space 122 Project Studio Program, Performance Space, 150 First Avenue, NYC 10009

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

  • 2020 Triangle, Brooklyn, NY. Art Mutters (Alone and United). Curated by Annesofie Sandal
  • 2020 Pierogi, NYC. Pierogi Flat Files selection. Curated by Joe Amrhein
  • 2017 The Bronx Museum of the Arts, NYC. Bronx Calling: The Fourth AIM Biennial. Curated by Aylet Ojeda Jequin, Christine Licata and Heather Reyes
  • 2017 Kimmel Galleries Windows, NYU, NY, 2017. In Shape. Curated by Daricia Mia DeMarr
  • 2015 257 State Street, Hudson, NY. Interventions II. Curated by Isidro Blasco
  • 2014 Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY. Pierogi XX. Curated by Joe Amrhein
  • 2014 Grindel 117, Hamburg, Germany. short-hand-made. Curated by Reinhold Engberding
  • 2013 Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY. Unhinged. 2013 Deutscher Kunstlerbund e.V., Berlin. Thread: On The Complexity of the Inconspicuous. Curated by Ruth Diehl and Annebarbe Kau
  • 2012 The Art Directors Club, NYC. The Pencil Show. Curated by Eric Laine
  • 2011 Smack Mellon, Site 92: Work Permit Approved. Brooklyn, NY
  • 2010 319 Hooper Street, Brooklyn, NY. Clare Churchouse and Yui Kugimiya
  • 2010 319 Hooper Street, Brooklyn, NY. Hooper Apartment Show. Curated by Eric Laine
  • 2009 ISE Cultural Foundation, NYC. Spatial Non-Fictions. Curated by Susan Thompson
  • 2008 Silver Shed Project Space, NYC. Free Dimensionality. Curated by Patrick Meagher
  • 2008 Capla Kesting Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY. Facelift. Curated by Eric Laine
  • 2007 Pierogi, Brooklyn, NY. Artist of the Week
  • 2006 Richard E. Peeler Art Center, DePauw University, IN. Skirting the Line: Conceptual Drawing. Curated by Kaytie Johnson
  • 2005 Dumbo Arts Center, Brooklyn, NY. Sleep Spaces. Curated by Eunhee Yang
  • 2004 Art in General, NYC. Plane & Elevation. Curated by Jose Gabriel Fernandez
  • 2003 Smack Mellon Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Outpost. Curated by Ada Chisholm
  • 2002 Spike Gallery, NYC
  • 2001 Art Omi exhibition, NY
  • 2001 International Studio & Curatorial Program, NYC. 2001 Exhibition ISCP
  • 2000 Franconia Sculpture Park, Minnesota. Collaboration with Robert Manchester
  • 1999 Turnpike Gallery, Manchester. A Formal Engagement. Curated by Andrea Hawkins
  • 1998 The Nunnery, Bow Arts Trust, London. Shift
  • 1998 Triangle Artists Workshop, NYC. 1998 Bonner Road Studios, London
  • 1998 Kilkenny County Council Gallery, Ireland. Shift
  • 1997 A.P.T. Gallery, London. Influx. Curated by Marc Garrett
  • 1997 Barber Institute of Fine Arts, Birmingham University. Small Works. Work from the Revisions Project
  • 1996 Midlands Arts Center, Birmingham. Revisions
  • 1995 Eagle Works Gallery, Wolverhampton
  • 1995 Triskell Arts Center, Cork, Ireland. Second City Art Exchange. Three person show
  • 1995 The Bond Gallery, Birmingham. Top Ten Selections
  • 1994 95 Kingsway, London. Open Door
  • 1994 Clove 2 Gallery, London. Visions. Curated by Anna Malyckyj. Four person show
  • 1994 New Street, Birmingham. 2nd City Art Show. Birmingham Art Trust exhibition
  • 1993 The Custard Factory, Birmingham
  • 1992 Herbert Museum and Art Gallery. Coventry Open Exhibition
  • 1992 The Custard Factory, Birmingham. Summer Show 92
  • 1992 Churchill Precinct, Dudley, West Midlands
  • 1992 Midlands Arts Center, Birmingham. Under One Roof
  • 1991 Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery. South West Open
  • 1990 Redcliff Artists, Bristol. Open Studio Exhibition
  • 1989 Hewlett Packard Corporate Gallery, Bristol. Two person show
  • 1989 Coopers Gallery, Bristol. Solo exhibition curated by Rupert Martin
  • 1988 Brewhouse Arts Center, Taunton. The Brewhouse Open
  • 1988 South Hill Park Arts Center, Bracknell. Four Women Artists
  • 1987 Reading University Art Gallery
  • 1985 Milton Keynes Community Gallery, Hertfordshire. Solo exhibition
  • 1985 Double Vision Galleries, Exeter University. Two person show

 

AWARDS

  • 2018 AAPOR Conference Award
  • 2000 John Anson Kittredge Educational Award, USA
  • 1999 London Arts Board Visual Artists Award
  • 1999 Vermont Studio Center, USA. Work/ study fellowship
  • 1995 Barber Institute of Fine Arts Revision Award, Birmingham University
  • 1995 International Visual Artists Exchange Award, Birmingham Art Trust

 

OTHER

  • Expanded(exdrawp), Raging Tide (aftermath): collaboration with Gelah Penn, 2020
  • White Columns Online, Default Network, curated by Jamie Sterns, 2017
  • The Bronx Museum of the Arts Artist in the Marketplace Program (AIM) 2017, NY
  • Smack Mellon Hot Picks 2012, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY
  • BBC in Partnership with the Public Catalogue Foundation, Uncovering the Nations Art Collection, UK

 

RESIDENCIES

  • 2020-2022 Painting Space 122 Project Studio Program, NYC
  • 2001 Art Omi, NY, July
  • 2000 International Studio and Curatorial Program, NYC, June 2000-August 2001
  • 1999 Vermont Studio Center, August
  • 1998 Triangle Artists Workshop, NYC, October
  • 1998 Cork Artists Collective, Ireland, July-August

 

SELECTED CATALOGS/ ESSAYS/ BIBLIOGRAPHY 

  • Bronx Calling: The Fourth AIM Biennial, Mario Torres, Holly Block, Brian Boucher, Christine Licata, Aylet Ojeda Jequín, Heather Reyes, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, NY, 2017
  • ArtSlant Berlin events, Thread – On the Complexity of the Inconspicuous, February 2013
  • Spatial Non-Fictions, Susan Thompson, ISE Foundation, NYC, 2009
  • Skirting the Line: Conceptual Drawing, Kaytie Johnson, Richard E. Peeler Art Center, DePauw University, 2006
  • OnTheCusp.org, Scott Grow, review: Skirting the Line. May 3, 2006
  • New York Press, Anna-Kaisa Walker, review: Sleep Spaces. February 16, 2005
  • The British are Coming, FiberScene.com, 2004
  • The Brooklyn Rail, William Powhida, review: Outpost. October, 2003

 

SELECTED COLLECTIONS

Private collections in NYC, Detroit, Amsterdam, London, Norwich, Bristol, Reading and Bracknell. Reading University Art Collection and Lancaster University Art Collection.

 

  • 2019 M.S. Data Visualization, Parsons School of Design
  • 1987 M.F.A. Painting, Reading University
  • 1983 B.A. (Honors) Visual Arts, Lancaster University