Scott King (b. 1969 Goole, UK) lives and works in London.Read More
Solo exhibitions include: CRASH! (Scott King & Matt Worley), Nostalgia for the Jet Age, Timespan, Helmsdale (2018); A New Life in Frigg, Firstsite, Colchester (2018); Welcome to Saxnot, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin (2018), Studio Voltaire, London (2017); CRASH! presents A Better Britain II: Britlins, Reading International, Reading (two-person, 2017); Anish and Antony take Afghanistan, Herald St, London (2015); De-Regeneration, Spacex, Exeter (2014); Totem Motif, Between Bridges, Berlin (2014); A room for Nick, curated by Jonathan Monk and Sonia Rosso, Lira Hotel, Turin (2013); A Brief History of Terror, Ace Hotel, London (2013); Europe: The Final Countdown, Zabriskie Point, Geneva (2012); CRASH! A Better Britain, Repositioned, Glasgow (2012); Front Room, Scott King & Richard Serra, curated by Dominic Molon, Contemporary Art Museum, St Louis (2011); Taliban, Whitstable, Billboard Commission, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2010); Temporary Eyesore (commissioned by the Architecture Foundation), Bankside, London (2008); Marxist Disco! Cancelled, Kunstverein München, Munich (2008); Scott King, Frac Nord-Pas de Calais, Dunkirk (2006).
Recent selected group shows include: HYPER!, Deichtor Hallen Hamburg, Hamburg (2019); Black Mirror: Art as Social Satire, Saatchi Gallery, London (2018); Heads Roll: An Exhibition Curated by Paul Morrison, Graves Gallery, Sheffield (2018); Print! Tearing It Up, Somerset House, London (2018); Tubologie - Nos vies dans les tubes, Frac Grand Large - Hauts–de-France (2018); WunderMoRE, curated by Ilaria Bignotti, Elisabetta Modena, Valentina Rossi and Marco Scotti, MAXXI – Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo, Rome (2018); True Faith, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester (2017); The Critic as Artist, Reading International, Reading (2017); I Love John Giorno, curated by Ugo Rondinone, 80WSE, New York (2017) and Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2015); Surrealism and Beyond, Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam (2016); Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening, Barbican Centre, London (2015); Regenerate Art, Kunstverein München, Munich (2014); We Fragment, Collect and Narrate, curated by Sayoko Nakahara, Kunstmuseum Thun, Galerie Robespierre, and Leopold-Hoesch-Museum Düren (2014); ICA Off-Site; A Journey Through London Subculture: 1980s to Now, The Old Selfridges Hotel, London (2013); Biennale d'Art Contemporain de Sélestat, curated by Marc Bembekoff and Julien Fronsacq, Sélestat (2013); Love in a Cold Climate, S1 Artspace, Sheffield (2013); Marbled Reams, The Modern Institute, Glasgow (2012); Brit Art Now, The Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide (2011); Commercial Break, curated by Neville Wakefield, Venice (2011); Graphic Design: Now In Production, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis (2011); Newspeak: British Art Now, Saatchi Gallery, London and The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg (2009–2010); Maps Marathon, Serpentine Gallery, London (2010); Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London (2009).
King's recent publications include Britlin's, Reading International (2017); Public Art, Cornerhouse Publications (2016); Anish and Antony Take Afghanistan, JRP | Ringier (2014), and Art Works, JRP | Ringier (2010).
Text courtesy Herald St.
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