Richard Elliott CV

Exhibitions

Solo

2011                        Paintings, Jane Newbery, London

2006                        False Sentiment, Gallery 33, Berlin (two person)

2006             Silent Film, Camberwell Space, London (two person)

2005                         By Way of Amusement, Gallery IOTA, Ramsgate (two person)

  • Ground Level, Diboll Gallery, Loyola University, New Orleans, USA

1998                        Night shift, Gasworks gallery, London (two person)

1997                        Solomon gallery, Dublin

1995                        Places of Transit, Reeds Wharf gallery, London

1995                        Solomon gallery, Dublin

1994                        Unit D1, London (two person)

1992                        Gallery 10, London

1991                        Cadagon Contemporary, London

1989                        Coach House Contemporary Art, Cumbria

group

2013                         A Bitter Sweet Salon, Margate (curated by Peter Fillingham)

2012                        8 + 1 =16, Chelsea Future Space, London

2011                        H2O, Chelsea Future Space, London

2011                        Fraternise, Beaconsfield, London

2011                        Ideal Home, Chelsea Space, London

2011            The Imagination of Children, Museum of Childhood, Bethnal Green, London

2011            Peckham Race, Field Projects,

2010            Intransit (Richard Elliott, Francis Thorburn) commissioned for The Sharing Picnic, Home Live Arts

2009             Bold Tendencies, curated by Hannah Barry Gallery, London (part of Field Projects)

2009                        Bricks, Area 10, Peckham

2008                        Peckham Race, Field Projects

2003                        PGCE exhibition. Institute of Education, London

2002                        Pizza Express Prospects (selected by Tom Phillips, Abigail Lane etc.)

Essor Gallery Project Space, London

1999                        BP Young European Artists, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, France

1998                        Close to Home, Galerie UFF, Budapest, Hungary

1998                        The Local, Standpoint gallery, London

1997                        Sad, Gasworks gallery, London

1995                        The Hanging Picnic, London

1994                        Solomon gallery, Dublin

1993                        Gallery 10, London

1991                        Cadagon contemporary, London

1990                        The Clearings, London

Hochschule der Kunst, Berlin

Bonhams contemporary art auction, London

1989                        Centenary Celebration, Manchester Metropolitan University

1988                        Singer and Friedlander, Mall galleries, London

Lynne Stern associates, London

The Orangery, Holland Park, London

Coach House Contemporary Art, Cumbria

 

Awards

 

1987            David Murray Prize (Landscape painting)

1988            Singer and Friedlander

1991            Royal Watercolour Society (1st Prize)

2009            Residency, Joya, Los Gazquez, Andalucia, Spain

2014             SEE award for symposium & exhibition, UAL

2014            St Elite Academy/UAL residency, Beijing

 

Reviews/Publications

 

BP Young European Artists (Paris Photography Project) catalogue 1999

Close to Home, UFF gallery, Budapest, Hungary, 1998

Practical Photography, May 1998

Loaded Magazine, April 1998

Frieze Magazine, January 1997

Social and Personal Magazine, March 1997

The Architects’ Journal, November 1995

Charles Hall, Introduction to Places of Transit, 1995

Tatler Magazine, September 1995

The Sunday Telegraph, September 16, 1990

Sunday Times, 1988

Collections

 

Prebon Marshall & Yamane Ltd (Fleet Street)

Zeneca (Stanhope Gate, Mayfair)

English Heritage (Down House)

National Trust (Knole House)

Sir Jocelyn Stevens (Eltham Palace)

Freshfields Solicitors (St Brides Church)

Singer and Friedlander (King’s Cross Station)

Manchester City Art Gallery

Esso UK Ltd

Chevron UK Ltd

TSB and many private collections in UK and Ireland including John Hurt and Tony O’Reilly

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