Graham Hudson

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GRAHAM HUDSON
Born in Sussex in 1977
Lives and works in London

EDUCATION

2000-2002
MA Fine Art Sculpture, Royal College of Art, London, UK

1997-2000
BA Fine Art Sculpture, Chelsea, London,UK

SOLO SHOWS

2017
Solo Show, Monitor, Rome (upcoming)

2016
I lost my body but found my mind, CANAL gallery, London

2014
Work Out, Hilary Crisp, London, UK

2012
Graham Hudson – The MacGuffin Sculpture, solo show at Monitor, Rome
ROCPO, Rubble Office of Contemporary Portsmouth, Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth

2011
Rehearsal at the Astoria, ArtHouse Austin, Texas, US

2010
CRISP Sculpture Roof, London, UK
ZINGERpresents, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2009
Monitor, Rome, Italy

2008
Jan Cunen Museum , Oss, Netherlands
Locust Projects, Miami, US

2007
Raid Projects, Los Angeles, US
Monitor, Rome, Italy
Rokeby, London, UK

2006
ZINGERpresents, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2005
Rokeby, London, UK
VTO, London, UK

2004

Jerwood Artist’s Platform, London, UK

GROUP SHOWS

2016
Fuck Newton, curated by Jordan Baseman and Carl Slater, Karst, Plymouth, UK

2015
Hank van Os komt Thuis. Een Keuze uit de collectie, Museum Jan Cunen, Oss, NL

Future Rhythms, sale dock, curated by Mike Watson, official collateral event for the 56th Venice Biennal, Venice
La sottile linea del tempo. Opere della collezione AGI Verona, Fondazione Museo Miniscalchi-Erizzo, Verona

2014
What Marcel Duchamp taught me, The Fine Art Society, London
IKEA, Museum of Human Achievement, Austin, Texas, USA

2013
JOAN OF ART: TOWARDS A FREE EDUCATION, curated by MIKE WATSON, MACRO, Roma

2012
DATABASE | The Stones are My Ideas of Imagination, curated by Mike Watson, Carrara, Museum of Marble
The only rule is work, Galerie Waalkens, Finsterwolde, NE
Film and Video Umbrella presents new online project Our Mutual Friends, Jerwood Space, Union Street, London SE1 oLN
Artists in Residence: Open Studios at Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome: Carola Bonfili, Graham Hudson, Luigi Presicce, Ishmael Randall Weeks, MACRO – Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma

2011
An extended exhibition for a transition function, Hilary Crisp, London, UK
British Art Now: Saatchi Gallery in Adelaide, Art Gallery of South Adelaide, Australia
Con Amore – Djurhuus Collection, ARoS, Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Denemark
I will talk with anyone who will talk with me, The City Gallery, Leicester, UK
Proxy, Or, Seventeen, London, UK

2010
Glow, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Counter Constructs, Auto Italia South East, London, UK
Pasanten (Transients) ’10, Fundament Foundation, Tilburg, Netherlands
Newspeak, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
Languages and Experimentations, Museo di Arte Moderna e Contmporanea, Trento/Roverto, Itay
Mutiny seemed a probability, Fondazione Giuliani, Rome, Italy
Graham Hudson and Sarah Conway Diet, Miami, US
The library of Babel, 176/ Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK
X Artworks in a Straight Line Seeking the Perfect Sphere, Hilary Crisp, London, UK

2009
Lost and Found Presents, MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, UK
Sculpture Park, Frieze Art Fair, (with Monitor, Rome) London, UK
Hotel Beethoven, Moving Locations, Bonn, Germany
Enzo Mari’s Autoprogettazione Project, Architectural Association, London, UK
Notes on a Return, Laing Gallery, Newcastle, UK
Points and Lines, LentSpace, LMCC, New York, US
Flyers Flag Sheep Self, Seventeen, London, UK
Strange Days and Some Flowers, Storey Gallery, Lancaster, England, UK
Space Revised #3, Halle fur Kunst, Leuneburg, Germany
Ctrl Alt Shift, The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead/Newcastle, UK
At Your Service, The David Roberts Foundation, London, UK

2008
Material Presence, Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK
All my favorite singers couldn’t sing, Workplace, Gateshead/Newcastle, UK
We would like to thank the Curators who wish to remain Anonymous, Seventeen, London, UK
6 of 1: Performance and Sculpture, Camden Arts Centre, London, UK
Eyesore, V1, Copenhagen, Denemark
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, Galerie Hans Meyer, Duesseldorf, Germany
Better is something you build, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

2007
From a Distance, Wallspace, New York
It Was The Best of Time Outs, It Was The Worst of Time Outs, Seventeen, London, UK
Says the Junk in the yard, Flowre East, London, UK
If I was a Sculpture (but then again no), BearSpace, London, UK

2005
England their England, Laden Fuer Nichts, Leipzig, Germany
Acid Rain, Glassbox, Paris, France
Larry’s Cocktails, Gagosian gallery, London, UK
Open Garden, Fortescue Avenue/Viner, London, UK
Brit Povera, Galerie Krinzinger, Wien, Austria

2004
Plazasuite, Union, London, UK
Collage, Bloomberg SPACE, London, UK
Motes in all eyes, The Ship, London, UK
Great Britain, Cell, London, UK

2003
Urban & Suburban stories, VTO, London, UK

2002
Sound and Vision, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
Notably, Pump house gallery, London, UK
New Religious Art, Liverpool Biennale, Liverpool, UK

2000
Becks Future’s/Student video festival, ICA, London, UK

AWARDS

2011
BOFFO Award, Building Fashion Presents: Patrik Ervell and Graham Hudson, New York, US

2010
DesignMiami, Designer of the Future Award, Basel, CH

2007
Comme Des Garcons, Aoyama Commission, Tokyo, JP
Dover St. Market, Comme Des Garcons, Commission, London, UK

RESIDENCIES

2012
Artisti in residenza, Residency with MACRO, Rome,Italy

2011
Bivacco Urbano, Residency with Progetto Diogene, Turin, Italy

2009
Kings Cross Central, Artist Residency, London, UK

2006
Kuona (Gas works/Triangle), Artist Residency at Kuona Arts Trust, Nairobi, KE
The Henry Moore Foundation, Six-month Fellowship at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2009
Vivek Subramanian, Artist Feature, Creative Aggression
Skye Sherwin, Artist Feature, Ten Magazine

2008
Cecilia Antolini Brenna, Artist Feature, Arte e Critica
Peter Cary-Kent, Artist Feature, Art World

2007
Peter Frank, Review, Raid, Art US
David Shariatmadari, Review, Rokey, Art Review
Gilde Williams, Review, Rokeby, Art Forum
Jennifer Tatcher, Review, Rokeby, Art Monthly
JJ Charlesworth, Review, Rokeby, Time Out
Francesca Gavin, Artist Feature, Dazed and Confused
Jantine Kremer, Artist Feature, Kunstbeeld

2006
Adam Haw, Artist Feature, Contemporary
Adam Banard, Henry Moore fellowship, The Times
Helen Sumpter, Henry Moore fellowship, Time Out
Laura Allsop, Henry Moore fellowship, Art Review

2005
Martin Herbert, Review, Rokeby 2005, Time Out
Ben Borthwick, Larry’s Cocktails, Catalogue

2004
Jemima Montagu, Jerwood artists Platform, Catalogue
Martin Coomer, Review, Jerwood, Time Out

2002
Pablo Lafuente, Artist Feature, Art Review

2001
Charlotte Edwards, Artist Feature, Art Review