Andy Holden

Born 1982 Blunham, Andy Holden lives and works in Bedfordshire. Graduated from Foundation in Art, Cambridge Regional College (2002); BA Fine Art: Goldsmiths College (2005); and Guest Student Staedelschule, Frankfurt (2006).

Selected solo exhibitions include Natural Selection, Leeds Art Gallery and touring (2018-2019); Good Grief Charlie Brown, Somerset House, London (2018); Laws of Motion in a Cartoon Landscape, Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto (2018); Laws of Motion in a Cartoon Landscape (live), Alserkal Avenue Project Space, Dubai (2018); Animals and Us, Turner Contemporary, Margate (2018); Opposite of Time, performance, Henry Moore Studio, Mutch Hadam (2018); Laws of Motion, Kunsthalle Viborg, Denmark (2017); World as Cartoon, performance, Tate Britain, London (2017); Future Generation Art Prize, Venice Biennale (2017); Future Generation Art Prize, Pinchuk Foundation, Kyiv (2017); As Speed Increase Objects can Be in Several Places At Once, Lancaster Arts (2017); 50 Years of Milton Keynes, M!MS Dream Sequence, Milton Keynes Gallery (2017); and Towards a Unified Theory of M!MS, Kunsthall Winterthur (2015). Selected group exhibitions include Rinnzekete bee bee nnz err müü, Kunstverein Weisbarden (2018); The Practice of Theories, Wysing Arts Centre (2016); Secret Surface, K-W Berlin (2016); Playing by the Rules, Royal Standard, Liverpool (2016); and 20 Years, Zabludowicz Collection, London (2015).

Awards include Paul Hamlyn Award (2012); Stanley Picker Fellowship, Kingston University (2011-12); and Boise Travel Award, Slade/UCL (2008).

Last updated: 07.05.2021