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Luke Caulfield


Luke Caulfield studied at the Slade 1996-2000 after a Drama degree at the University of London and working as an assistant director at the National Theatre Studio.


Luke Caulfield


In a style that stresses ordinariness and a laborious consumption of time the paintings are re-enactments within a systematic process. Through layers of editing, slippage is investigated between visual codes, reality/fiction and an object/image's potential to trigger different reactions to time.

Luke Caulfield
Ride to live/live to ride, 2000

Solo Exhibitions
2006 One in the Other, London
2004 Stasjon K, Sandnes Kunstforening, ‘Grunn’, Stavanger, Norway
Hordaland Kunstsenter, Bergen, Norway
Rogaland Kunstenter, Stavanger Norway


Selected Group Exhibitions
2006 'Merry Echo Cooling Spot', One in the Other, London
'Schwanengesang', the Centre of Attention at Schauspielhaus, Zurich
2005 'Wonderful Fund Collection', Le Musée de Marrakech, Morocco
2004 'Year Zero', Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland (Arts Council)
'Brand New and Retro', Empire, London E2 (Arts Council)
Concourse Gallery, Byam Shaw/Central St Martins, London
2003 'Air Guitar', Tullie House Museum, Carlisle (Arts Council)
'Air Guitar', Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham (Arts Council)
2002 'Spring', Laurent Delaye Gallery, London
'Air Guitar', Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester (Arts Council)
'Artaid' 2002, Bloomberg Space, London
'Air Guitar', Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes (Arts Council)
'Club', Le Confort Moderne, Poitier, France
Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno
'Adapt Now', Kelvingrove Museum, Glasgow
'Gatsby', New Landsdowne, London
2001 'Freebase', ACAVA Century Gallery, London
'Club', Beaconsfield, London
'Record Collection', VTO, London/Forde espace d’art, Geneva
Sotheby’s, Bond St, London W1
Dazed and Confused Gallery, London, EC2
2000 'Salon', The Centre of Attention, London E2
BBC Broadcasting House, London WC1
1999 Walker Art Gallery (John Moores), Liverpool
1998 Lothbury Gallery (NatWest). London EC2


Awards
2006 Arts Foundation Fellowship (short-listed)
2004 AIR Residency, Norway
2003 Central St Martins (Byam Shaw), Cocheme Fellowship
2002 Mostyn Open 12
2000 ACAVA First Base Studio Award
1999 John Moores 21 (Liverpool Biennial)
1998 NatWest Art Prize (Runners-up Prize)

updated March 2007

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