Lindsay Seers

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° 1966

Lives in London (GB).

Lindsay Seers works and lives in London. She studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London (BA Hons, Sculpture and Media 1991-94) and at Goldsmiths College, University of London (MA Fine Art 1999-2001). Lindsay Seers has won several grants and awards the Paul Hamlyn Award in 2010; the Derek Jarman Award in 2009; and the Wingate Scholarship from The British School at Rome 2007/8. Her solo exhibitions include: Extramission 6 (Gallery TPW, Toronto, 2011); It has to be this way 2 (National Gallery of Denmark 2010 (SMK), Mead Gallery, Warwick, 2010 and BALTIC, Gateshead, 2011); Broadcast commission 3 minute wonder series, Channel 4 (27,28,29,30 Sept 2010 and October 2010); It has to be this way 1.5 (Aspex gallery Portsmouth 2010); It has to be this way, (Matt's Gallery, 2009); Swallowing Black Maria, (Smart Project Space, Amsterdam, 2007); I can’t tell you, (Grundy Gallery, Blackpool, 2006); Eyes of Others, (Gallery of Photography, Dublin, 2005); I saw the light, (Gasworks Gallery, London, 2005). Selected group exhibitions include: A Trip to the Moon (Bonniers Konsthall, Stockholm, 2012), Athens Biennial (Greece, 2011); Lofoten International Art Festival, (Norway, 2011); Outrageous Fortune (Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, 2011 ); Dis-covery (Salamanca Art Centre, Tasmania, 2011); Annual Collection Display (Rugby Art Gallery, 2011); Steps into the Arcane (Kunstmuseum Thurgau, Switzerland 2010-2011); Persistence of Vision (FACT, Liverpool, 2010 and Nikolaj Art Centre Copenhagen 2010-2011); and Altermodern, 4th Tate Triennial, (Tate Britain, 2009).

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