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. Select commissions include Playground Festival, Museum M, Leuven (2016); Art Sheffield (2016); Centre Pompidou, Paris (2015); fig-2, ICA London (2015); Hayward Gallery (2014); Site Gallery, Sheffield (2013); and Art on the Underground, London (2012). Select exhibitions include Kunst-Werke, Berlin (2016); the Wellcome Collection, London (2016); KM- Graz ( 2015); Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2015); Open Source Festival, London ( 2015); Rotterdam Film Festival (2015); Turner Contemporary, Margate; FRAC Lorraine, Metz; MARCO, Vigo; MHKA, Antwerp; Le Plateau/Frac Ile de France, Paris; STUK, Leuven; ICA, London; and Tate Modern London. Her work is held in public collections including the Tate; V&A (UK); SFMOMA, (USA); and CGAC (ES).
Last updated: 02.03.2017