Kate Davis (Glasgow)

  • View large image The Glory of a Great Picture is in its Shame I, 2012

    Kate Davis, The Glory of a Great Picture is in its Shame I, 2012 Pencil on paper, digital pigment fine art print, glass and painted wooden construction 138 x 58 x 100 cm Image courtesy the Artist, Drawing Room 2012 Photo: Dave Morgan

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  • View large image Reversibility (Welliflex Camera with HB versions), 2011 & The Glory of a Great Picture is in its Shame I, 2012

    Photo: Dave Morgan Reversibility (Welliflex Camera with HB versions), 2011 Framed pencil drawing and screenprint on paper with rubber wellington boot, pencil, string, eraser and painted plinth 63 x 87 x 5 cm/35 x 10 x 26 cm & The Glory of a Great Picture is in its Shame I,

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    Curtain I - VII, 2011 Series of seven digital pigment fine art prints. Seven x 84 x 64 x 4 cm Image courtesy the Artist, Drawing Room 2012 Photo: Dave Morgan

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  • View large image Having Put Herself in the Picture,  2012

    Having Put Herself in the Picture, 2012 Framed pencil drawing and screenprint on paper with circular mirror 63 x 87 x 5 cm / 38cm Image courtesy the Artist, Drawing Room 2012 Photo: Dave Morgan

Kate Davis (b. 1977, New Zealand) lives and works in Glasgow. Davis has had recent solo exhibitions at Dunedin Public Art Gallery and City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand; Glasgow Women’s Library, Glasgow; Drawing Room, London; GoMA, Glasgow; Museo de la Ciudad and La Galeria de Comercio, Mexico (2010); CCA, Glasgow (two-person commission with Faith Wilding for Glasgow International) (2010); Galerie Kamm, Berlin (2011), Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow (2008), Tate Britain, London (2007) and Kunsthalle Basel (2006). Her work has also been shown as part of: eva International 2012 (curated by Annie Fletcher), Limerick, Ireland; Sanctuary/Comraich (curated by Sophie Crichton Stuart and James Mackay), Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute, Scotland (2012); The End of the Line: Attitudes in Drawing, a Hayward Touring Exhibition (2009), Art Sheffield 10 (collaborative commission with Jimmy Robert) (2010); Das Gespinst, Stadtisches Museum Abteiberg, Monchengladbach (2009); Poetical Political, Simon Lee Gallery, London (2007); Like Leaves, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery (curated by Caoimhin Mac Giolla Leith), New York (2007) and If I can’t dance I don’t want to be part of your revolution, De Appel Amsterdam (2006). Davis has been awarded a Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship and residencies at Camden Arts Centre, London, Banff Arts Center, Canada and Cove Park, in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Forthcoming projects include a group exhibition at Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico (curated by Adam Szymczyk) and a solo exhibition at TemporaryGallery, Cologne (curated by Regina Barunke). Kate Davis is represented by Galerie Kamm, Berlin.

Last updated: 24.02.2015

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