Exhibitions

simon Liddiment

Men of the Mountains, Deserts and Seas

23.05.2013-20.07.2013

SIMON LIDDIMENT / biography


Education


1982-85   Goldsmiths College London 

1980-82   Yarmouth School of Art & Design 

  

Solo exhibitions


2013

Men of the Mountains, Deserts and Seas, Galerie Valérie Bach, Brussels

COVERED BY CLOUDS, with Lawrence Weiner, Project / Number, London

 

2011

Simon Liddiment, Clark House Initiative, Mumbai, India

Work in Progress, Standpoint Gallery, London

 

2010

Logo, 1x1 tábla billboard, F.K.S.E, Budapest, Hungary

Pictorial Constructs, THG, Ipswich, Suffolk

 

2005

Untitled, OUTPOST gallery, Norwich

 

 

Group exhibitions

 

2014

« When dreams become promises », Up Down Gallery (UK)

Art Brussels 2014, Galerie Valérie Bach, Brussels

 

2013

OUTSIDE OF OUTSIDE, Curated by Giorgio Sadotti, Elizabeth Wright and Clair Joy, Mecklenburgh Square, London, WC1

Big Deal N°5, Curated by Vanya Balogh & Cedric Christie, London

SNAP, at the 66th Aldeburgh Festival, Snape Maltings, Suffolk

THIS THIS MONSTER THIS THINGS, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

Dear Lynda … Norwich University Of The Arts

Dear Lynda … Cooper Gallery, University of Dundee

DEGRADING, Studio1.1, London

 

2012

Members Show 2012 selected by Ruth Ewan, OUTPOST gallery, Norwich

Multiplied, Chrsities, London

Susak Import, Studio 1.1, London 

THIS THIS MONSTER THIS THINGS, Shelley Manor, Boscombe, Bournemouth 

“Dear Lynda …” CHELSEA space, London

A thing is a thing is a thing a thing, The Minories, Colchester, Institute, Essex

Arranging Chairs for Ai Wei Wei, Clark House Initiative, Mumbai, India

COLLABORATORS 3, ROOM Gallery, London

THIS THIS MONSTER THIS THINGS, curated by Giorgio Sadotti, Focal Point Gallery, Southend, Essex

Experiments with the Magyars, Hungarian Cultural Centre, New Delhi, India

 

2011

Auguries JJXXI, Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Mumbai, India

SNAP, Stolper + Friends, Oslo, Norway

The Manchester Contemporary, 2011 with Kaavous-Bhoyroo Editions 

Eastern Pavilions, Bethnal Green Library, London

art: gwangju, with Wysing Arts, Gwangju, Korea 

SUMMER FAYRE, OUTPOST gallery, Norwich

SNAP - Art at the Aldeburgh Festival, Snape Maltings, Suffolk 

I know a place, Flowers East, London

SNAP - The Portfolio, Paul Stolper, London

A Skvader, selected by Alex Sainsbury and Lawrence Leaman, Contemporary Art Society centenary project, Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Norfolk

 

2010

Small is beautiful XXVIII, Flowers Cork Street, London 

EAST goes East, Studio F.K.S.E. Budapest, Hungary

EAST goes East, Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, Poland

SUSAK expo 2010, Susak, Croatia

What a relief, Flowers East, London 

Press, RED Gallery, London 

Presents, Wysing Arts, Cambridge

 

2009

Something I don’t do, Flowers East, London 

ZOO Art Fair 2009, stand presentation with OUTPOST gallery 

Views from Afar, in conjunction with Kaavous-Bhoyroo edition launch, 

Vulpes Vulpes, London 

The Sculpture Show: Oysters Ain’t, V22 presents, London

SALE, The Royal Standard, Liverpool 

Animated, Wysing Arts, Cambridge

 

2008

Presque Rein II, Laure Genillard, London

Members’ Show, selected by Andrew Hunt, OUTPOST gallery, Norwich

At Home, Voewood Projects, Voewood House, Holt, Norfolk

 

2007

RSVP, curated by Gill Hedley, Foundling Museum, London

 

2006

WYSIWYG, Galeria Fundacji F.A.I.T. Kraków, Poland 

Off, in association with EASTinternational, former Eastern Electricity building 

Duke Street, Norwich

 

2003

CHOCKERFUCKINGBLOCKED, Jeffery Charles Gallery, London

 

 

Awards and Commissions

 

2011

Standpoint Futures Residency, Standpoint London

Grants for the Arts, Arts Council England

 

2009

Quarterly edition for Kaavous-Bhoyroo, Cambridge

 

2007

Research & development, Arts Council England

RSVP Contemporary Artists at the Foundling Museum, 

Commissions East, Cambridge

 

2006

Escalator Visual Arts, Commissions East/ Arts Council England East

 

2005

Grants for the Arts, Arts Council England

 

 

Publications / Texts / Reviews

 

Adam Pugh, Members Show review, Art Monthly February 2013

A thing is a thing is a thing a thing, catalogue published by Colchester Institute with essays by Kaavous Clayton and Krzysztof Fijalkowski, April 2012

JJXXI Auguries print portfolio published in association with the JJ School of Art and Clark House Initiative, Mumbai India, catalogue essay by Sumesh Sharma and Zasha Colah, November 2011

The New Wave, Sophie Hastings SNAP review for GQ Magazine, July 2011

Eleanor Mills for the Royal Academy Magazine, 22 June 2011

Conceptual Curiosities at Snape, Ian Collins SNAP review for the East Anglian Daily Times, 21 June 2011

YBA’s Come Out to Play, Jan Dalley SNAP review for the Financial Times Magazine, 4 June 2011

SNAP print portfolio published by Paul Stolper, London June 2011

EAST goes East catalogue published by Norwich University College of the Arts and Norfolk 

& Norwich Festival, March 2011

Centrefold artist’s pages contributed to ˚Surface published by YH485 press, March 2010

Simon Bill, Patient Man-Simon Liddiment, July 2009

Magdelena Kownacka, F.A.I.T. Kraków, Plot Summary for a Proposed Novel, catalogue project for OUTHOUSE / Contemporary Art Norwich July 2009

Colin Perry, Presque Rein ll review, Art Monthly, December 2008 - January 2009 

Gill Hedley, RSVP Contemporary Artists at the Foundling, catalogue essay published by Commissions East, Cambridge 2007

Jessica Lack, Expect the unexpected, Guardian interview, 10 July 2007

Sally O’Reilly, Time Out, London, 26 September 2007

PARADE, panel discussion transcript published by Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham, March 2007