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Matthew Darbyshire

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Welcome Columns, 2009 Contreplaqué, Mousse, Vinyle, Chrome Dimensions Variable © Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Entreprise
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Stool Series (Ethnographical Zig Zag Stool, Eames Walnut Stool), 2012 Tabouret Zig Zag éthnographique, Tabouret Eames en Noyer , étagère, Plexiglass 73 X 90 X 55 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Entreprise
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Stool Series (Kartell Atilla Stool Black and Carved African Luba Stool), 2010 Tabouret Atlilla édition Kartell, Tabouret Africain “luba” Sculpté, étagères, Plexiglass 135 X 56 X 56 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Entreprise
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Untitled: Furniture Island No. 7, 2012 , Tapis Eliterank , Lanterne Globe Chinoise, Tabouret Tam Tam Branex, Table Ceintrée, Figurine Jesus, Miniature Panton Chair Edition Vitra, Bang en Verre Et Nike Air Force 1 200 X 200 X 200 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Entreprise
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Untitled: Shelves No. 11 , 2012 Divers Objets Chromé, étagères, Et Plexiglass 140 X 110 X 30 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Entreprise
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Untitled: Accessorised Column No. 11 - 14, 2012 Plastiques, Verre, Chrome, Resine, étagères, Et Plexiglass 215 X 30 X 30 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Entreprise
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Untitled Homeware No. 14, 2011 Fuchsia Flocked Elephant Planter, Lime Flocked Doilies, Artificial Orchid, Coloured Glass Gels, Glass and Steel Support 140 X 80 X 40 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and Herald St.
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Untitled Homeware No. 15 , 2011 Chromed Gold and Silver Urns, Coloured Glass Gels, Glass and Steel Support 130 X 90 X 60 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and Herald St.
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Untitled Homeware No. 13 , 2011 Yellow Flocked Buddha Statue, Turquoise Flocked Vintage Union Jack Flag, Coloured Glass Gels, Glass and Steel Support 135 X 98 X 98 Cm © Courtesy of the artist and Herald St.
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Stool Series (Saint Esprit Stool and Rustic Cedar Log Stool), 2010 © Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Entreprise
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Untitled: Shelves No. 1 - 5 (series 2), 2010 © Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Entreprise
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Untitled: Shelves No. 9, 2011 © Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Entreprise
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© Courtesy of the Artist and Frieze Art Fair
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Untitled: Furniture Island , 2009 © Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Enterprise-Saint Claude
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© Matthew Darbyshire
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© Courtesy of the Artist and Herald St
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© Courtesy of the artist and Jousse Enterprise-Saint Claude
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Showhome, 2012 © Courtesy of the Artist and Zabludowicz Collection
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CAPTCHA No. 23 - Curtains, 2015 Multi-wall Polycarbonate 65 X 59 X 7.8 Inches 165 X 150 X 20 Cm X 2 Curtains © Courtesy of the Artist and Lisa Cooley
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© Courtesy of the Artist and Manchester Art Gallery
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
UK
Birth year
1977
Lives in
London
Works in
London
Representing galleries
Current Exhibitions and Events
Nov, 2016
Passive Sensor
Herald St
Statement

 

Matthew Darbyshire was born in the UK in 1977. He studied Fine Art at the Slade School of Art and at the Royal Academy Schools in London.

Darbyshire has had solo exhibitions at Gasworks, London; The Hayward Project Space, London; Herald Street, London; Tramway, Glasgow; Taro Nasu, Tokyo and Jousse Enterprise, Paris. He has also participated in numerous group exhibitions across Europe, Asia and America.

Darbyshire has exhibited in various major UK survey shows including the ICA’s Nought to Sixty programme curated by Mark Slaydon in 2008, Tate Britains Triennial Altermodern, curated by Nicolas Bourriaud in 2009, and the British Art Show 7 Days of the Comet, curated by Tom Morton and Lisa Le Feuvre 2010.

He last year made Everything Everywhere for Frieze projects, curated by Sarah Mc Crory, and next year will make solo exhibitions for Kettles Yard, Cambridge; Bloomberg, London; Zabludowicz Collection, London and Frac Nord-pas de Calais, Dunkirk.

Matthew teaches regularly in various universities across the UK, is an associate lecturer at The Ruskin School, Oxford and holds the current Stanley Picker fellowship at Kingston University.

Darbyshire is represented by Herald Street, London and lives and works in London.

Matthew Darbyshire CV

 

Born 1977, Cambridge, UK

Lives and works in London, UK

 

Education

 

2005                Post-Graduate Diploma, Royal Academy Schools, London

2000                BA (hons) Fine Art, Slade School of Fine Art, London

1996                Foundation Course, Ipswich Art School, UK

 

Solo Exhibitions

 

2013                Bloomberg Space, London

                        Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK

                        Frac Nord pas de Calais, Dunkerque, FR

2012                Tramway, Glasgow, UK

                        Jousse Enterprise, Paris

                       Stanley Picker Fellowship in Fine Art, The Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston University, London

2011                Taro Nasu, Tokyo, JP

                        Leeds Met Gallery and Studio, Leeds, UK

                       Herald St (with Scott King), London

2010                ELIS, Herald St, London

                        Frieze Foundation commission, Frieze Art Fair, London

2009               Funhouse, curated by Tom Morton, Hayward Project Space, London

                       Furniture Islands, Outpost, Norwich, UK

2008               Nought to Sixty, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

                       Blades House, Gasworks, London

2007              Recreate (with Richard Wilson), Pumphouse Gallery, London

 

2004                Urban Pastoral, Relais De La Baie, FR

 

Group Exhibitions

2012                No More Icons, Blackfriars, London

                        SNAP! Aldeburgh Festival, Snape Maltings, Suffolk, UK

                        6 Chairs, Art House Foundation, London

                       You Are Not Alone, curated by Hilde Teerlinck, Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre, Th

2011                Nothing in the World but Youth, Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK

                       You Are Not Alone, curated by Hilde Teerlinck, Miro Foundation, Barcelona, ESP

                       You Are Not Alone, curated by Hilde Teerlinck, MARCO, Museum of Contemporary Art, Vigo, ESP

                        The Shape We’re In, Zabludowicz Collection, London, New York

                      The British Art Show, curated by Tom Morton and Lisa Le Feuvre,

                      The Hayward gallery, London; Glasgow; Plymouth, UK touring (cat)

2010           Recent British Sculpture, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam, NL

         The Camo Show, Cardi Black Box, Milan

        The British Art Show, curated by Tom Morton and Lisa Le Feuvre,

        Nottingham Contemporary, UK touring (cat)

        Newspeak, Saatchi Gallery, London (cat)

       Herald St, Taro Nasu, Tokyo

       Paul McCarthy’s Cap, Peles Empire, London

2009        Altermodern Tate Triennial 2009, Curated by Nicholas Bourriaud, Tate Britain, London (cat)

OTHER WORLDS: THE HAYWARD GALLERY PROJECT SPACE IN SOUTH KOREA, Curated by Tom Morton, Platform 2009, Seoul, KR

Eat Me – Drink Me, The Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas, Texas

2008     White Columns, (screening), New York

Le Chant du Rossignol, Matthew Darbyshire and Sam Gunn, (screening), Herald St, London

Matthew Darbyshire, Jess Flood–Paddock, William Hunt, curated by Sasha Cradock, Sadlers Wells, London

2007     Deutsche Bank Pyramid, National Theatre, London; Deutsche Bank, London

 Supernova, Art Basel, Miami

ReMap[KM], IBID PROJECTS, Athens, Greece

Matthew Darbyshire, Djordje Ozbolt and Alexander Tucker, Parade Gallery, London

           Itchy Park, Limehouse Studio, London

2006   Minotaur Blood, Fortescue Avenue, London

Internet Café (commission), Publish and be Damned, London

Sixteen Golf Course Makers, (commission) Zoo Art Fair, London

2005    Launderette, Ipswich Town Council Artists Gallery, Ipswich, UK

Open Garden, Fortescue Avenue, London

Public Meeting To Address The Phenomenon Of Materialization, with Olivia Plender, Man in the Holocene, London

2004    Curb Your Enthusiasm, Millers Terrace, London

Art School, Bloomberg Space, London

2001     Atelier Something, Springfield Studios, London

Public Collections

Arts Council Collection, UK

Government Art Collection, UK

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