Anna Barham

Anna Barham (b.1974, UK) lives and works in London. Studied at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge and the Slade School of Art. Barham works in a variety of media, including video, text, sculpture, live events and drawing. In 2010, she published her first book work Return To Leptis Magna. Select solo exhibitions include Playground Festival, Museum M, Leuven (2016); Fig-2 30/50, ICA, London (2015); Double Screen, not quite tonight jellylike, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK (2014); Not quite tonight jellylike, Arcade, London (2013); Suppose I call a man a horse, or a horse a man?, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK (2012); Frame, with Arcade, Frieze Art Fair, London (2012); White City, Art on the Underground, London (2012); A Splintered Game, Galerie Nordenhake, Stockholm (2011); Panoraming, 401 Contemporary, London (2010); and Anna Barham, International Project Space, Bournville, Birmingham, UK (2010). Select group exhibitions include Up, Down, Top, Bottom, Strange and Charm, Art Sheffield, UK (2016); Secret Surface, Where meaning materialises, Kunst-Werke, Berlin (2016); the Wellcome Collection, London (2016); KM- Graz, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2015); Open Source Festival, London (2015); Extension du domaine du jeu, Centre Pompidou, Paris (2015); Rotterdam Film Festival (2015); What’s Love Got To Do With It, Hayward Gallery, London (2014) Snow Crash, Banner Repeater, London (2014); The Prehistory of the Image, STUK, Leuven, Belgium (2014); Annals of the twenty-ninth century, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, UK (2014); Platform: In the making, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK (2013); Words to be spoken aloud, Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK (2013); Provisional Information, Camberwell Space, London (2013); Revolver part II, Matt's Gallery, London (2012); Graphology, Art Exchange, Colchester, UK (2012); Variations on A Theme, Studio International, Leipzig, Germany (2012); Graphology, The Drawing Room, London (2012); Switch, Baltic 39, Newcastle, UK (2012); and Formes Breves, Autres, 25, FRAC Lorraine, Metz, France (2012). Her work is held in public collections including the Tate, UK; V&A, UK; SFMOMA, USA; CGAC, Spain.

Last updated: 16.02.2017


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