Jemima Brown

Born UK, 1971

1994 – 1995 MA Fine Art – Chelsea College of Art and Design
1990 – 1993 BA (Hons) Fine Art, class 1 – Chelsea College of Art and
Design (Exchange program to New York Studio Schools, Jan – June 92)

2017 – Grants for the Arts Award, Arts Council England
2010/11 – Mark Tanner Sculpture Award, Standpoint Gallery, London, UK
2006 – Cocheme Fellowship – Byam Shaw School of Art at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London, UK
1998 – 1999 – Fulbright Award – Guest Artist – University of California, Los Angeles, USA
1996 – ‘First Base’ – Studio Award, ACAVA, London, UK

Solo Exhibitions
Figures in a Political Landscape, Crate Project Space, Margate, UK
Untitled Profile Pictures, Paper Gallery, Manchester, UK
Mark Tanner Sculpture Award, Standpoint Gallery, London, UK
The Trajector Commission, Trajector Artfair, Hotel Bloom, Brussels
Jemima Brown, The Agency Contemporary, London, UK
‘All Tomorrows Afterparties’, The Agency Contemporary, London, UK
‘Give Me Your Blacklisted’, Rosy Wilde, London, UK
‘Flower Girl Fall’, London, UK
‘New Faces’, Artspace Witzenhausen, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Jemima and Dolly Brown, Jeffrey Charles, London, UK
Jemima and Dolly Brown, Vilma Gold, London, UK
Jemima and Dolly Brown, MC Magma, Milan, Italy,
Videospin – The Photographers Gallery Bookshop, London, UK
Jemima and Dolly Brown, Otto, Copenhagen, Denmark
Jemima and Dolly Brown, Cokkie Snoei,Rotterdam, Netherlands
Plastic Twin Tourists, PUSH Art, San Francisco, USA

Group Exhibitions
The Collective, Group show of works from the collection, Workplace, Gateshead, UK
‘The King and I’, Group show, & Model, Leeds
‘Hollandaise’, Group show, New Art Projects, London, UK
International Festival of Projections, Group show, University of Kent, Canterbury
Paper group show, The Link Gallery, Dean Clough, Halifax
Open 2015, Studio Voltaire, (Selected by Cory Arcangel and Hanne Mugaas), London, UK
Cardiff Contemporary, Art Festival, Cardiff, Wales
No Events Scheduled, Radiant, Plymouth, UK
Diamond Geezer, Garage Projects, Antwerp, Belgium
Techne, Hanmi Interim Programme, Hanmi Gallery, London, UK
10th year anniversary show, Mark Tanner Award, Standpoint, London, UK
Bus-Tops, ‘Artists Taking the Lead’, 2012 Cultural Olympiad, London
The Kids are Alright, Kunsthal, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Art Lending Library, Market Gallery, Glasgow
Absent Subject, Standpoint Gallery, London
The Stuff of Nightmares, V & A, Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood, London
Polemically Small, presented by The Future Can Wait, Torrance Art Museum, California, USA
Apopcalypse Now, from the collection of Hugo and Carla Brown, Nieuw Dakota, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Now You See It, Cafe Gallery Projects, London, UK
Broodwork, Eaglerock Arts Centre, Los Angeles, USA
Multiverse, Danielle Arnaud Gallery, London, UK
Fake ID, Vegas Gallery, London
Everybody Counts, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Vestfossen, Norway
Strange Days, Whitecross Gallery, London, UK
If I was a Sculptor, Bearspace, London, UK
Barely Human, The Agency, London, UK
The Square Root of Drawing, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
I’ll Be Your Mirror, Liverpool Biennial Independants, Liverpool, UK
Everybody Comes to Holyrood, Attic Salt Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Family Viewing – episodic project – see
Boost in the Shell, De Bond Musuem of Fine Art, Brugges, Belgium
The 1st Time I Ever Saw Your Face, Art Rotterdam, Netherlands
Drone, group show, Vilma Gold, London, UK
Axxpressionism, Vilma Gold, London and Alice Day, Brussels, Belgium
Heironymous Slept Here, Irvine Fine Arts Centre, Irvine, California, USA
The Concert in the Egg, The Ship, London, UK
Kick it til it breaks, VTO, London, UK
Human Branding, M.A.M.A Showroom, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Warped and Wrapped, RX Gallery, San Francisco, USA
I Saw Your Lips Move, Cell Project Space, London, UK
The Lost Collection of an Invisible Man, The Laing Gallery, Newcastle, UK
The Galleries Show, Vilma Gold, Royal Academy, London, UK
Polyphonix Video Show, Pompidou Centre, Paris, France
No Sleep til Hammersmith, Central Space, London, UK
Darklight, Galerie Martin Kudlek, Cologne, Germany
What Next from London?, Orion Art Gallery, Ostend, Belgium
Cityprojects, ANP at Artomatic & Century, London, UK
Dot Snowballing, Teesdale Yard, London, travelling UK
Jemima and Dolly Brown / John Yeadon, Vilma Gold,London, UK
Innauguration, CAMAC, Marnay Sur Seine, France
Otto & Otto Project Space, Copenhagen, Denmark
Cluster Bomb, Morrison Judd, London, UK
Beyond the Matter of Space, Beyond Baroque, Los Angeles,USA
F.I.S.T., ANP, Antwerp, Belgium
Avatars, Oude Kerk, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Partners, Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA
The Global City, Gemeentemuseum, Helmond, Netherlands
9th Oriel Mostyn Open, Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno, UK
Pop Art, Museum, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
New Contemoraries 97, Cornerhouse, Manchester, Camden Arts Centre, London, and CCA, Glasgow, UK
Angelus Novus at; Heart Galerie, Paris, Torch Gallery, Amsterdam, Cokkie Snoei, Rotterdam, Galerie S&H de Buck, Gent, ACAVA/Angelus Project, London
Stick Your Hands in the Air, Acorn Storage Building, London, UK
Update, Turbinehallerne, Copenhagen, Denmark
Gang Warfare, IAS, London, UK & MAC Gallery, Dallas, USA

Press and Publications
April ‘Thinking is Making’ – Presence and Absence in Contemporary Sculpture
ISBN 978-1-908966-0-4-9
Sept The Mark Tanner Sculpture Award, introduction Fiona MacDonanld, essay Professor Adrian Rifkin
Aug ‘Multiverse Expanded’, exhibition catalogue
June ‘Multiverse’, exhibition catalogue ISBN 978-0-95588721-4-3
June Time Out – In the Studio – interview
May ‘Everybody Counts’, exhibition catalogue,
Feb Wound magazine – ‘When Mum Looks like Dad’ feature
Jan Time Out -‘Barely Human’ – exhibition review
May Boost In The Shell – The Pursued – exhibition catalogue
June ‘IDEA You are De-corator’, curatorial project by Decorator
Nov Miser & Now Magazine – Picture feature
Sept Human Branding – ISBN 90 5973 005 4
Feb Art Monthly – Lost Collection of an Invisible Man, Review
Dec Radical Philosophy – picture feature
Sept Radical Philosophy – picture feature
May The Breeder (issue 5) – International Art publication (Athens, Greece)
Jan ‘Gals and Dolls’, Duncan McLaren – Contemporary magazine
Nov Art Review (issue 04) – ‘Inside the Dolls House’, artist profile and interview
Nov Time Out (21/11/01) – Vilma Gold exhibition, review
Nov The Guardian (20/11/01) – Pick of the Week, Vilma Gold exhibition review
April What Next From London?’ – Exhibition catalogue, Orion Gallery, Belgium
April ID magazine (issue 208) – MC Magma, feature
Mar Flash Art (issue no 226) – MC Magma, review
Mar Reol OTTO’ (ISBN 87-21-01662-3) – Otto Project Publication (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Aug Limb by Limb (issue 5) – Picture feature
June Time Out (28/6/00) – ANP Cityprojects – preview
Feb Great no 28 – Photographers Gallery Magazine
Sept The Dummy Speaks (Dutch issue 04) – ‘Living With the Dummy’, feature
Aug Politiken (Copenhagen 6/8/99) – Otto video exhibition, review
Feb Politiken (Copenhagen 6/8/99) – ‘Otto &’ exhibition, review
June NRC Handelsblad (2/6/98) – ‘Avatars’, review
May C.V.A (issue 17) – ‘The Contemporaries Contemporaries’
May de Volkskrant (29/5/98) – ‘Avatars’, review
April Speak Magazine, Los Angeles – ‘Some Twisted Female Frankenstein Thing’- interview
Mar Elle (Dutch issue) – ‘The Global City’, review
Feb Blvd. 42 (Feb issue) – Cokkie Snoei exhibition review, artist profile and interview
Jan Kult (Jan issue) – ‘The Global City’, review
Dec Rotterdams Dagblad (4/12/97) – artist profile and interview
Nov Neo (issue 1) – ‘Twin Town’, artist profile and interview
Nov ID magazine (issue 170) – fashion feature
Oct Pist Protta (issue 29) – Periodical artists book project (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Sept Frank (issue 1) – New Contemporaries, review
Aug Time Out (13/8/97) – New Contemporaries, review
Aug Independent on Sunday (17/8/97) – New Contemporaries, review
July The Independent (26/7/97) – New Contemporaries, review
June The Face (Vol 3, issue 5) – ‘New Art Brats’ – New Contemporaries, review
June The Guardian (3/6/97) – ‘Why oh Y-fronts?’ – New Contemporaries, review
May Manchester Evening News (30/5/97) – New Contemporaries, review
May New Contemporaries 97 (ISBN 0 9515556 6 9) – Exhibition Catalogue
Feb San Francisco Focus (28/2/97) – Plastic Twin Tourists, review
Feb SF Weekly (27/2/97) – Plastic Twin Tourists, review
Nov Time Out (27/11/96) – ‘Stick Your Hands in the Air’, review
Nov Stick Your Hands in the Air’, catalogue/ artists book, ed. of 200
Oct Gang Warfare’ – Exhibition Catalogue
Aug We Were Increasingly Preoccupied’ (ISBN 1870540506) – London, UK