Christina Mackie (b. 1956, Oxford) lives and works in London.Read More
Recent solo shows include: People Powder, XXIV CSAV—Artists Research Laboratory, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como (2018); Groundwork, National Trust Godolphin, Godolphin Cross (2018); Drift Rust, Herald St, London (2017); Tate Britain Commission 2015: Christina Mackie, Tate Britain, London (2015); Refreshment, Herald St–Golden Sq, London (2015); Drop/And Bird/ Frog And, Praxes, Berlin (2014); Colour Drop, The Renaissance Society, Chicago (2014); Judges III, Nottingham Castle Museum, Nottingham (2013); Painting the Weights, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK; Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen (2012); Bigger than a book, wilder than a tree: Christina Mackie and Jerry Pethick, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver (2012); Us, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne (2010); The Judges, Jerwood Room, Oxford; Supportico Lopez, Berlin (2010); Steal, in the silent, Sonia Rosso, Turin (2008); Art Now Sculpture Court, Tate Britain, London (2007); This that & the other, Herald St, London (2007); The Interzone, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds (2002).
Group shows include: Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver (2019); Working/Not Working, organised by Matt Connors, CANADA, New York (2017); Neither, Mendes Wood, Brussels (2017); Now for Tomorrow ll, Nottingham Castle, Nottingham (2016); God’s Finger, Henry Kinman, London (2016); DLA Piper Series: Constellations, Tate Liverpool (2015); BP Walk Through British Art, Tate Britain, London (2015); NOBODY HOME, A Palazzo Gallery, Brescia (2015); Now for tomorrow II, Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Nottingham (2015); Homerton Park Nightmare, Lodeveans Collection, London (2015); La Demeure Joyeuse II, Francesca Pia, Zurich (2012); Peer, London (2012); Ruby, curated by Eddie Peake, Gallery Vela, London (2012); Fragmented Bodies, Tate Britain, London (2011); BP British Art Displays: Has the film already started?, Tate Britain, London (2011); Decreation, curated by Elizabeth Presa, Westspace, Melbourne (2011); Sillabario, Nomas Foundation, Rome (2010); Molecular Etwas, curated by Angela Bulloch, Kunstewerke, Berlin (2010).
Among others, Mackie’s works are part of the collections of Tate, the Arts Council, the British Council, and the Contemporary Art Society, London, as well as Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin.
Text courtesy Herald St.
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