David Haines (b. 1969, Nottingham) lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Haines studied at Camberwell School of Art, London and The Rijksakademie, Amsterdam. His work is featured in the publications Vitamin D2 (Phaidon, 2013); Drawing People by Roger Malbert (Thames and Hudson, 2015); and Interdisciplinary Encounters - Hidden and Visible Explorations of the work of Adrian Rifkin (I.B.Tauris, 2014). Awards include the Irinox Drawing Prize, Artissima, Turin (2017); and the Jeanne Oosting Prize, The Hague (2012). Select solo exhibitions include A Fragile Membrane, an Illusive Screen, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2017); Two Way Mirror, Tyneside Cinema (Gallery), Newcastle, U.K. (2017); Disegni, Artissima, Turin, with Upstream Gallery (2017); Armory Show, New York, with Upstream Gallery (2016); The Armory Show, NY (2016); Discoveries, Art Basel HK (2014); and Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam (2013). Select group exhibitions include Trouble in Paradise, Kunsthal, Rotterdam (2019); A Slice Through the World, Drawing Room, London (2018); Drawing Biennial 2017, Drawing Room, London (2017); New Dutch Short Films, Rooftop Films/ Trilok Fusion Center for the Arts, Brooklyn, New York (2016); Art at the Spaarne (The Collection/Donation of Bart Spoorenberg), Teylers Museum, Haarlem (2016); Transformer, Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam (2015); Beauty of Violence, Museum Het Dolhuys, Haarlem, Netherlands (2014); and Nothing in the World But Youth, Turner Contemporary, Margate, U.K. (2011). Haines exhibited as part of the 12th Istanbul Biennial (2011).
Last updated: 11.01.2019