Rhys Coren

Rhys Coren (b.1983, Plymouth) lives and works in London. Graduated from Post Graduate Diploma Fine Art at Royal Academy Schools, London (2016); and BA Art & Visual Culture at UWE, Bristol (2006). Coren is the co-founder of not-for-profit, digital art commissioning body Opening Times. Residencies include Project Space 11 Artist Residency, Plymouth (2011); TactileBOSCHE Artist Residency, Cardiff (2010); International Studio Curatorial Program Residency, New York (2009); Room13 Residency - Harclive Primary School, Bristol (2009); and Venice Agendas, Venice (2009). Select solo exhibitions include Rock-hard Aura and the Lost Explorer, Grimm Gallery, New York (2018); Main Street Video, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut (2018); Love Motion, Royal Academy of Arts Courtyard / Lumiere Festival, London (2018); Whistle Bump Super Strut, Seventeen Gallery, London (2017); click, click, click-clap-click, galeriepcp, Paris (2016); If We Can Dance Together, Jerwood Project Space, London (2014); Four to the Floor, Horatio Jr., London (2014); and Apparel & Ornament: A research project by SPACE and Rhys Coren, SPACE, London (2013). Select group exhibitions include Rhythm, Stress & Pausing, Super Dutchess, New York (2018-19); New Editions, Alan Cristea, London (2018); Drawing Biennial 2017, Drawing Room, London (2017); Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavour (On The Bedpost Overnight), J Hammond Projects, London (2017); Walled Gardens in an Insane Eden, Marcelle Joseph @ Sara Zanin, Rome, Italy (2017); Beyond the Cartoon, Cassina Projects w/Artuner, New York (2016); and Cuts, Shapes, Breaks and Scrapes, Seventeen Gallery, London (2016).

Last updated: 23.01.2019

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