DOMINIC BEATTIE

BIO/CV         SELECTED WORKS         WORKS ON ARTSY


B. 1981, London

Lives and works in London





EDUCATION

2004

BA Hons, Visual Arts, Painting, Camberwell College of Art


2001

Foundation Diploma, Ravensbourne College of Art and Design



SOLO SHOW

2017

Solo Presentation, Art Rotterdam, Van Nelle Fabriek, Rotterdam


2015

Studio, Fold Gallery, London

Saatchi Gallery Presentation, Hyatt Regency, London


2014

Albeit, FOLD Gallery, London


2012

Dominic Beattie, The Hospital Club, London


2011

Manholes, Homefront Gallery, London


2010

Totems, The Hospital Club, London



GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017

50 X 50 II, The Saatchi Gallery, London

Unnatural Vibers, Unit 3 Projects, London

Da √°rbore √° cadeira, The City Of Culture, Spain


2016

Jealous Needs You, Jealous Gallery, London

Imperfect Reverse, Anglia Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge Imperfect

Reverse, Camberwell College, London

The Fantastic Journeys of Energy, Kappatos Gallery, Athens Kaleidoscope,

Fold Gallery, London (Curator)

The 13th Room, The Hospital Club London


2015

UK/RAINE, The Saatchi Gallery, London

P, Horatio Jr., London

The Dream of Modern Living?, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery,

Warrington

Invited, curated by Flora Fairbairn and Philly Adams, 9 Hillgate

Street, London

Creekside Open, selected by Richard Deacon, APT Gallery, London

Creekside Open, selected by Lisa Milroy, APT Gallery, London

Fin, FOLD Gallery, London2014

A Union of Voices, Horatio Jr., London

Here, there and somewhere in between (Project 1), Horatio Jr., London

As Wide As A Door Is Open: Material Images, FOLD Gallery, London

Summer Saloon Show, Lion and Lamb Gallery, London

Symbolic Logic, Identity Art Gallery, Hong Kong

New Order II: British Art Today, The Saatchi Gallery, London


2013

FOLD residency, The Hospital Club, London

James Alec Hardy and Dominic Beattie, The Depot, London

Creekside Open selected by Paul Noble, Apt Gallery, London

FOLD Gallery at Art 13, London

Summer Show, Cul De Sac, London


2012

Barbican Arts Group Trust Open, London

Patter-Nation, Moorhouse Art, London

Double Vision, The Lion and Lamb Gallery, London

This Is The End Of The Beginning, Moorhouse Art, London

This Is The Beginning Of The End, Homefront Gallery, London


2011

Please Drive Slowly Through Our Village, FOLD Gallery, London

Creekside Open, Selected by Dexter Dalwood - APT Gallery, London


2010

London Art Fair, London

Voida Voida, Le Petit Mignon, Berlin


2009

Off Modern, Corsica Studios, London

Wet Nightmares, FOLD Gallery, London


2006

V22 Contemporary Art Collection Exhibition - Clerkenwell

Workshops, London


2004

Exhibition 22, Artspace 22 (organised by V22), Ladbroke Hall, London



GUEST LECTURES



BIBLIOGRAPHY

2017

Unnatural Vibers exhibition review, Abstract Critical, May 2017

Da Abore A Cadeira, Exhibition catalogue, April 2017


2016

Kaleidoscope, The Week, August 2016

Approaches to Colour, a review by Laurence Noga, Saturation Point,

August 2016 Kaleidoscope, Patterns That Connect, August 2016

Ambit Magazine, Issue 224, May 2016


2015

UK/Raine, Exhibition Catalogue, November 2015

Studio exhibition review, The Week, September 2015

Studio exhibition review, ArtLyst, September 2015

Studio exhibition review, Apollo magazine, September 2015

Studio exhibition review, Saturation Point, September 2015


2014

Abstract Critical Interview, by Sam Cornish, July 2014

New Order II, British Art Today, The Saatchi Gallery.

Review by Brian Sewell, Evening Standard, February 2014

New Order II, British Art Today, The Saatchi Gallery.


2013

Standard Interview, August 2013, Neil Clements.


2011

Art Review, issue 53, October 2011, Rebecca Geldard.

Please Drive Slowly Through Our Village, FOLD Gallery.



COLLECTIONS



AWARDS

2015

Winner of Painting Prize, UK/Raine, The Saatchi Gallery








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