Collections

British Museum
Victoria and Albert Museum
Rhode Island School of Design
London School of Economics
King's College, London

Exhibited

2015 Under the Sun, Syson, Nottingham (solo)
2015 Machines of Loving Grace, David Krut Projects, New York (solo)
2015 Drawing 10, Rabley Contemporary, London and Marlborough
2015 Repetition / Variation, Julian Page, London
2014 Art 14 (with Julian Page Fine Art) (solo)
2014 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
2014 At Home, Jessica Carlisle, London
2013 Lucy de Kooning-Villeneuve presents, Pace, New York
(with Carlos Soto and Aakash Nihalani)
2013 Atomic, Transition Gallery, London
2013 87 Lower Marsh (curated by Samia Calbayrac)
2013 New for Old, Julian Page Fine Art (solo)
2012 Artissima 19, Turin (with Skylight Projects)(solo)
2012 Multiplied, Christie’s, London (with Julian Page Fine Art)
2011 Pulse 2011, Los Angeles (with Skylight Projects)(solo)
2011 Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London (invited exhibitor)
2011 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
2011 Eighteen Pages, Skylight Projects, New York (solo)
2011 Contra, Crate Gallery, London
2011 Multiplied, Christie’s, London (with Julian Page Fine Art)
2011 Iconoclasts, Lloyds Club, London
2010 Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Space (and tour)
2010 Make Yourself at Home, 7Eleven Gallery, New York
2010 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
2010 Divers, Muse at 269, London (solo)
2010 Gilchrist Fisher Award, Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London
2009 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
2009 Northern Print Biennale, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle
2009 Better History, 7Eleven Gallery, New York
2008 American Standard Gallery, Miami
2008 Stepmothers, Stepsisters, Witches, Virgins, 7Eleven Gallery, NY
2008 Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London
2007 Experiments with Figuration, Lyndhurst Way, London

Prizes

2013 ING V&A Purchase Prize and London Regional Award
2011 Pulse Prize (winner)
2011 Rootstein Hopkins Drawing Prize (shortlisted)
2010 Jerwood Drawing Prize (shortlisted)
2010 Gilchrist Fisher Award (shortlisted)

Bibliography

—Robert Clark, 'Exhibitions', The Guardian, 15 August 2015
—Alice Gale-Feeny, 'Under the Sun', This is Tomorrow, September 2015
—Rachel Spence, 'Artists as Collectors', FT video February 2015 (video.ft.com/4048759197001/Artists-as-collectors/life-and-arts)
—James Fox, 'Collector's Corner', Printmaking Today vol.23 no.4 (winter 2014)
—Taylor Quist, 'Lucy de Kooning-Villeneuve's curatorial debut at Pace', Whitewall magazine, September 2013
—Erica Cooke, 'Present Future', Artissima 2012 (exhibition catalogue)
—Julia Hendrickson, review of Three Moderately Cautionary Tales (etchings cycle), Art in Print, 2 (2012)
—Rachel Spence, 'Go Forth and Multiply', Financial Times (13 October 2012)
—A. Moret, ‘Into the Unknown’, Installation, 2 (2012)
—Rachel Spence, ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’, Financial Times (14 October 2011)
—Eighteen Pages [exhibition catalogue], with essays by Jon Wood and Nathan Dunne (Skylight Projects, 2011)
—Charlotte Simmonds, ‘Things’, It’s Nice That (www.itsnicethat.com)
—Lyndhurst Way: A Year of Exhibitions (Hannah Barry Gallery, 2007)
—Jackie Wullschlager, ‘Having Fun with Figures’, Financial Times (19 May 2007)





above: Hands Diptych After Durer (open), oil on panel, each 20 x 30 cm



Links

www.rsa.ox.ac.uk/people/alexander-massouras
www.rableydrawingcentre.com
www.spaceplatform.net
www.7elevengallery.com
www.gerrishfineart.com
www.julianpage.co.uk
www.murdofleur.org
www.erosjournal.co.uk
www.jerwoodvisualarts.org
www.theunturned.co.uk
www.davidkrut.com
www.sysongallery.com
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