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b. 1965, United Kingdom

Rebecca Warren Biography

Born in 1965 in London, Rebecca Warren received an MFA at Chelsea College of Art and Design in 1993. The following year, she was artist-in-residence at the Ruskin School, Oxford University. Known for her works in clay and bronze, Warren's sculptures ebb from figuration to abstraction, ranging from the amorphous to more clearly recognisable forms. In 2011, Warren was included in the 54th Venice Biennale. 

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Recently, she has had concurrent solo shows at The Renaissance Society at The University of Chicago and The Art Institute of Chicago, 2010. Her work was included in the Tate Triennial, Tate Britain, London, 2006 and in 2004 a solo exhibition, Dark Passage, was held at the Kunsthalle Zurich, Zurich (cat.). Warren’s work has also appeared in exhibitions at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, Barbican Art Gallery, London, Palais de Tokyo, Paris and the New Museum, New York. In 2013 she was elected RA at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, and since 2014 she has been a Professor of Arts at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. The artist lives and works in London. 

Rebecca Warren Featured Artworks

Hot Nike by Rebecca Warren contemporary artwork
Rebecca WarrenHot Nike, 2019-20Hand-painted bronze on painted MDF plinth
203 x 32 x 32 cm
Gallery Baton Contact Gallery
The Nude by Rebecca Warren contemporary artwork
Rebecca WarrenThe Nude, 2014Hand-painted bronze,
235 x 34 x 24 cm
Maureen Paley
The Irregulars by Rebecca Warren contemporary artwork
Rebecca WarrenThe Irregulars, 2011Steel
Variable dimensions
Maureen Paley
K by Rebecca Warren contemporary artwork
Rebecca WarrenK, 2013Mixed media wall vitrine
163.5 x 39 x 171 cm
Maureen Paley
Los Angeles by Rebecca Warren contemporary artwork
Rebecca WarrenLos Angeles, 2013Hand-painted bronze
312.4 x 61 x 50.8 cm
Maureen Paley
Pauline by Rebecca Warren contemporary artwork
Rebecca WarrenPauline, 2006Hand-painted bronze
126 x 32 x 37 cm
Maureen Paley

Rebecca Warren Recent Exhibitions

Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, A Little after the Millennium at Gallery Baton, Seoul
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20 October–20 November 2020 Group Exhibition A Little after the Millennium Gallery BatonSeoul
Contemporary art exhibition, Rebecca Warren, souls at Maureen Paley, Morena di Luna, Hove
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1 June–29 September 2019 Rebecca Warren souls Maureen PaleyMorena di Luna, Hove
Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, A Time Capsule: Works made by women for Parkett 1984–2017 at Parkett, Zurich Exhibition Space
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8 June–21 July 2018 Group Exhibition A Time Capsule: Works made by women for Parkett 1984–2017 ParkettZurich Exhibition Space

Rebecca Warren Represented By

Maureen Paley contemporary art gallery in London, United Kingdom Maureen Paley London, Hove

Rebecca Warren In Ocula Magazine

Frieze Announces Hybrid Format for London Fairs Ocula News Frieze Announces Hybrid Format for London Fairs London, 21 August 2020

Over 200 galleries will show online while Frieze Week events go ahead across London this October.

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Bob Rennie Ocula Conversation Bob Rennie By Anna Dickie, Hong Kong

The works in the collection and in the 'Chaos' show reflect the actual reality of the world. I just felt that given what’s going on right now, we needed to do a show like this.

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Rebecca Warren In Related Press

Home is where the art is: what Paula Rego, Lubaina Himid and other artists hang on their walls Related Press Home is where the art is: what Paula Rego, Lubaina Himid and other artists hang on their walls 26 August 2018, The Guardian

Art is more often a conversation than a monologue. Great and not-so-great artists have always wanted to surround themselves with paintings and objects that can speak to their own creative efforts. The most famous example of this desire perhaps is Henri Matisse, who as a young and struggling painter bought a small canvas by Paul Cézanne, Three...

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Rebecca Warren: The Main Feeling Related Press Rebecca Warren: The Main Feeling 26 April 2016, Whitewall

This spring, Rebecca Warren’s outdoor sculpture Pas de Deux (Plaza Monument) (2016) debuted at the Dallas Museum of Art. To coincide with the special commission, Rebecca Warren: The Main Feeling, a 10-year look at the artist’s work, opened last month at the museum, curated by Gavin Delahunty. The exhibition contextualizes the...

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