Zac Langdon-Pole was born in New Zealand, 1988. In 2010 he graduated with First Class Honours from the University of Auckland’s Elam School of Fine Arts . From 2014-16 he studied and graduated from the class of Willem de Rooij at Städelschule, Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Frankfurt am Main. In 2016 he was awarded the Charlotte Prinz Stipendium in Darmstadt, Germany. Langdon-Pole is currently based in Darmstadt and Berlin, Germany. Recent exhibitions include, Le Grand Balcon, La Biennale de Montréal, Canada (2016); grammars, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, NZ (2016); On the Shoulders of Giants, Kunsthalle Mainz, Germany (2016); Four Practices, CCA, Singapore (2016); Ecologies of the Everyday, Triennale Kleinplastik, Fellbach, Germany (2016); and Meine Bilder, Physics Room, Christchurch, NZ (2015-16).Read More
Zac Langdon-Pole lives and works in Darmstadt and Berlin, Germany, Germany.
Text courtesy Michael Lett.
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