Rhiannon Inman-Simpson

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Born in 1989 in London, UK
Lives and works in Bergen, Norway

SOLO AND TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

 

2021

—    On pause in the edgeless air, Galerie Julien Cadet, Paris, FR

—    Project Room, Galerie Julien Cadet, Paris, FR

 

2020

—    All blue after eyes closed in the bright, Visningsrommet USF, Bergen, NO

 

2017

 

—    Blister brumm, with Johanna Lettmayer, Lydgalleriet, Bergen, NO

2012

—    Ljos: Paintings and Drawings, with Daisy Millner, Bermondsey Project, London, UK

 

2011

 

—    Fahren, Assembly Gallery, Glasgow UK

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2021

—   Tree of Life, Electro Studios Project Space, St. Leonards-on-Sea, UK

2020

—   Kunstmesse Kunstgarasjen, NO

—   Old Tree, Hordaland kunstsenter, NO

 

2019

 

—   Julekunstmarked, CM7, NO

—   GIFC / Velvet Ropes, Galleri Golsa, NO

 

2018

 

—   Julekunstmarked, CM7, Bergen, NO

—   I Will Survive, Galleri CC and Alta Art Space, Malmo, SE

 

2016

 

—   Hex, Mastes Exhibition, Bergen Kunsthall, NO

—   Prøverommet, Cornerteateret, NO

—   Three Iterations, Rom 8, NO

 

2015

 

—   Feltarbeid Fra Stalheim og Bodø, Rom 8, NO

—   Feltarbeid Bodø, Nordland Kultursenter, NO

—   Passenger, C.Sundts Gate 55, NO

—   Vinje Snøformingsfestival, Åmot, NO

 

2014

 

—   Joy Forum, Christinegård, NO

 

2013

 

—   Wallprojects, Montrose, UK

—   AMPS: Salon, Photofusion, London, UK

—   The Biscuit Factory, London, UK

 

2011

 

—   Degree Show, The Glasgow School of Art, UK

AWARDS

—   Jackson's Painting Prize, Abstract/Non-representational category award, 2021

RESIDENCIES

2021

—    Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, USA

—    North Devon Artist Residency, UK

2017

—    Mustarinda, Hyrynsalmi, FI (Residency intern)

—    Frans Masereel Centre for Printmaking, BE

2016

—    Sumburgh Head Lighthouse, Shetland, Scotland, GB

—    Kunstnarhuset Messen, Ålvik, NO

—    Cill Rialaig, Ireland, IE

2014

—    Kunstnarhuset Messen, Ålvik, NO

—    Mustarinda, Hyrynsalmi, FI

2012

—    Hafnarborg Centre for Culture and Fine Art, Hafnarfjörður, Iceland, IS

PUBLICATIONS

—    All blue after eyes closed in the bright, self-printed publication, 2020

—    Survival handbook, a wilderness survival guide with artists’ writings, edited by Sara Anstis, 2018

EDUCATION

 

—    Turps Correspondence Course, London (online mentoring programme),2018-2020

—    Bergen Academy of Art and Design - Masters in Fine Art, 2014-2016

—    The Glasgow School of Art - BA (Hons) Painting & Printmaking, 2009-2011

—    Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver Canada - Visual Arts: Painting, 2010

—    UAL: Camberwell College of Arts, London - Foundation Diploma, 2007-2008

© Courtesy of Rhiannon Inman-Simpson and Galerie Julien Cadet