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Ansel Krut

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Birthplace
Cape Town, South Africa

Birth year
1959

Lives in
London

Works in
London

Representing galleries

Current Exhibitions and Events
Sep, 2014 Live and Let Die
Modern Art
 
Statement
                       Ansel Krut Biography
1959   Born in Cape Town, South Africa
  Lives/works in London
Education
 
  1986 – 1987 Abbey Major Scholarship in Painting, British School at Rome
  1983 – 1986 RCA MA Painting
  1982 – 1983 Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris
  1979 – 1982 BA Fine Art University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
  Academic Appointments
  Lecturer in Painting Royal College of Art, London (current)
  Artist–lecturer at The National Gallery, London (current)
  2005 – 2007: Drawing Fellow Wimbledon College of Art, London
Selected Exhibitions
2011   Independent (solo project) New York, Modern Art (solo)
2010   Ansel Krut, Modern Art (solo)
2010   Art Basel Miami Beach, Modern Art
2010   BFAMI Gala Benefit and Auction
2010   Newspeak: British Art Now Part II, The Saatchi Gallery
2010   Royal Academy, Summer Exhibition, invited by Fiona Rae
2010   She awoke with a jerk, curated by Nigel Cooke: George Condo, Nigel Cooke, Armen Eloyan, George Grosz, Neil Hedger, Paul Housley, R.B. Kitaj, Ansel Krut, Sean Landers, René Magritte, Manuel Ocampo, Pablo Picasso; Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York
2010   Art Brussels, domobaal
2010   Sophisticated Boom Boom (in b&w), Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Peter Linde Busk, Stephen Dunne, Lothar Götz, Heide Hinrichs, Steve Johnson, Sharon Kivland, Ansel Krut, Jeffrey TY Lee, Siân Pile, Felicity Powell, Mark Prince, Lizi Sanchez, Shaan Syed and Mhairi Vari, domobaal
2009   We're Moving, Royal College of Art, London
2009   BFAMI Gala Benefit and Auction
2009   Time is a Sausage (A Show of Shows) domobaal
2009   turpsbanana – part two, curated by Marcus Harvey and Peter Jones: Jeremy Butler, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Alexis Harding, Marcus Harvey, Damien Hirst, Merlin James, Peter Jones, Ansel Krut, Harland Miller, Tim Renshaw, Neal Tait, Covadonga Valdes, Galleria Marabini, Bologna, Italy
2009   turpsbanana – part one, curated by Marcus Harvey and Peter Jones: Jeremy Butler, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Alexis Harding and Ansel Krut, Galleria Marabini Project Room, Milan, Italy
2009   Drawing 2009, Biennial Fundraiser, The Drawing Room, London
2009   Art Brussels, Stand Projects/domobaal
2009   Art Rotterdam, Stand Projects/domobaal
2009   Voo–Doo, Hoochie–Coochie and the Creative Spirit, Riflemaker, London (publication)
2008   Frieze Fair, Modern Art
2008   STAND projects: De Expeditie/Amsterdam, domobaal/London, OneTwenty/Ghent at Villa La Tourelle, Oostende, Belgium.
2008   Precious Things, Keira Bennett, Varda Caivano, Michael Crowther, Adam Dant, Jeffrey Dennis, Geraint Evans, Paul Housley, Ansel Krut, Sarah MacKillop, Hannah Maybank, Zoe Mendelsohn, Mali Morris, Julian Perry, John Strutton and others, curated by Graham Crowley. (publication) Highlanes Gallery, Drogheda, Ireland
2008   Lovely So Real, Renaissance Society Benefit at The University of Chicago, Chicago, USA
2008   Next Chicago, USA (solo project) domobaal (solo)
2008   Just World Order, Ansel Krut, Dunhill & O'Brien, Kim Noble, Tim Simmons, Jane Grant, Charlotte Ginsborg, Rachel Garfield, curated by Peter Bonnell (publication) Artsway, Hampshire, UK
2008   Songs of Love and Hate, Luke Gottelier, Roger Hilton, Ansel Krut, Cedar Lewisohn, Audrey Reynolds, Rohan Wealleans, Ancient & Modern, London
2008   108 Collective, 108 Fine Art, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK
2007   Crystal Ship, Ansel Krut and family, Farmlab, Los Angeles, USA
2007   Gyre and Gimble, Blyth Gallery, Imperial College, London
2007   Preview Berlin, domobaal with Daniel Gustav Cramer, Haris Epaminonda, Jeffrey T Y Lee and Miho Sato
2007   Oyster Grit: Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Haris Epaminonda, Miho Sato, Jeffrey T Y Lee, Lucy Pawlak, Mhairi Vari (publication with essay by Rebecca Geldard) domobaal
2007   Creekside Open, selected by Victoria Miro, APT Gallery, London
2007   Central Line, PM Gallery & House, Ealing, UK
2007   Art Rotterdam, domobaal, with Haris Epaminonda, Ron Haselden, Miho Sato, Jeffrey TY Lee
2007   Ghost of a Flea, The Drawing Centre, Wimbledon (publication) (solo)
2007   Drawing Breath, 10 years of The Jerwood Drawing Prize Award Winners, National Art School, Sydney, Australia, touring to Singapore, then UK (catalogue)
2007   Inside the Picture Plane, Panel discussion at the Camden Arts Centre during Laura Owens exhibition, with Vannesa Jackson and Danny Rolph, chaired by Sacha Craddock, London
2006   The 12 days of Christmas, Philip Allen, Adam Dant, David Rayson, John Strutton, Mark Titchener and others, 39 Mitchell Street, London (publication)
2006   Art on Paper, Weatherspoon Art Museum, Art on Paper Biennial Exhibition, curated by Xandra Eden, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA (catalogue)
2006   That's What I Meant To Say, Ansel Krut and Felicity Powell, DK projects, New York, USA
2006   The Square Root of Drawing, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, curated by Noel Kelly
2006   World Gone Mad, Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury and touring curated by Bob Matthews and JJ Charlesworth with Guy Bar–Amotz, Sam Basu, Varda Caivano, Jack Duplock, Ansel Krut, Bob Matthews, David Rayson, John Stezaker, Gary Webb and others. (catalogue)
2006   Preview Berlin, domobaal booth, with Christiane Baumgartner, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Haris Epaminonda, Ron Haselden, Miho Sato, Jeffrey TY Lee and Claudia Sarnthein
2006   Art Rotterdam, domobaal booth, with Christiane Baumgartner, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Haris Epaminonda, Ron Haselden, Miho Sato, Jeffrey TY Lee and Claudia Sarnthein
2006   Maybe a Duck … Maybe a Rabbit … Ansel Krut with Jemima Burrill and Walter Swennen (publication) with essay by Peter Suchin, The Drawing Centre, Wimbledon College of Art
2006   Hotel Vinegar, domobaal (pocket book, essay by Martin Herbert, story by Miles Johnson) (solo)
2006   George Polke Opens, Invites, Presents, London
2006   Outdoors, curated by Gerry Smith, Danielle Arnaud, London
2005   Introspective Men, curated by David Kefford, London
2005   The Unseen Art of William Burroughs, Riflemaker, London
2005   Folklore, APT Gallery, London
2005   Paper Beats Rock, Cherry de los Reyes Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
2005   Creekside Open, APT Gallery, London
2005   Mostyn Open 15, selected by Tania Kovats and David Alston, Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno, Wales
2005   The Hardest Thing To Draw Is A Kiss, curated by David Austen, The Gallery, Wimbledon School of Art, UK
2005   Preview Berlin, domobaal with Christiane Baumgartner, Daniel Gustav Cramer, Haris Epaminonda, Ron Haselden, Miho Sato, Jeffrey TY Lee and Claudia Sarnthein
2005   Arco'05, domobaal with Christiane Baumgartner and Miho Sato
2004   John Moores 23, The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (catalogue)
2004   Jerwood Drawing Prize, London, Cheltenham and touring (catalogue)
2004   Artissima 11, domobaal booth, with Christiane Baumgartner, Haris Epaminonda and others
2004   Art Futures, Contemporary Art Society, London
2004   Lie Still My Beating Heart…, domobaal (essay by Rebecca Geldard) (solo)
2004   It could be suicide…, domobaal (publication: full colour tabloid newspaper) (solo)
2003   Jerwood Drawing Prize, (2nd Prize) London, Cheltenham and touring (catalogue)
2002   Jerwood Drawing Prize, London, Cheltenham and touring (catalogue)
2002   Me, Myself & I: Self–Portraits by Gallery Artists, George Adams Gallery, New York
2001   Jerwood Drawing Prize, London, Cheltenham and touring (catalogue)
2000   Ansel Krut, Exemplary Tales, George Adams Gallery, New York (solo)
1999   Art about Art, George Adams Gallery, New York
1998   Ansel Krut: The Consolations of Orpheus and Other Stories, New Paintings, Jason and Rhodes Gallery, London (publication) (solo)
1996   Ansel Krut: New Paintings, Jason and Rhodes Gallery, London (solo)
1995   Ansel Krut: The Life of Casanova: Twenty Etchings, Jason and Rhodes Gallery, London (solo)
1994   Ansel Krut: New Paintings Gillian Jason Gallery, London (solo)
1993   Contemporary Portraits, Real and Imagined, Gillian Jason Gallery, London
1992   20th Century British Art Fair, London
1991   A View of the New, Royal Over–Seas League, London
1991   The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries London
1990   10 Years of the British School at Rome
1990   Ansel Krut: New Paintings, Fischer Fine Art, London (solo)
1989   Ansel Krut: New Paintings, Fischer Fine Art, London (solo)
1989   3 Ways, Budapest and touring Eastern Europe
1988   The Self–Portrait, Bath and touring (Arts Council)
1987   Artists at the British School at Rome (RCA, London)
1986   The Human Touch, Fischer Fine Art, London
1986   12 British Artists, Künstlerhaus Vienna, Austria
1985   Royal Academy, Summer Exhibition
1985   John Moores 14 (Highly Commended)
1984   Ansel Krut: Paintings and Drawings, Shell Gallery, Johannesburg (solo)
Recent Exhibits

Ansel Krut participated in these exhibits:

May, 2014 VERBATIM
Jerwood Gallery
 
May, 2014 Solo Exhibition
Stuart Shave/Modern Art
 
May, 2013 SPEAK, CLOWN!
FOLD Gallery | London
 
Feb, 2013 Solo Exhibition
Marlborough Chelsea
 
Jun, 2011 Summer Exhibition
Royal Academy of Arts
 
Oct, 2010 Newspeak British Art: Part II
Saatchi Gallery
 
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