CV

Annabel Dover

Born in Liverpool, 1975

www.annabeldover.com

annabeldover@gmail.com

Education

PhD Fine Art, Wimbledon College of Art, 2006-2017

PGCE in Art & Design, Cambridge University 2002-2003

MA Fine Art, Central St Martins College of Art & Design 2000-2002

BA Fine Art, Newcastle University 1994-1998

Residencies

2017 British School at Athens, British Council funded three-month residency

2014 Aldeburgh International Poetry Festival, Artist in Residence

2013 Dark Starlit Night, Kettles Yard, Cambridge

2011 Art as a Full-time Hobby, Aid and Abet, Cambridge

2006 Library, Arts Council Funded Residency, Bury St Edmunds Library, Suffolk

Solo Exhibitions

Agoraphobia, Minories Gallery, Colchester, 2017

Archive, British School at Athens, 2017

National Velvet, Transition Gallery, London, 2011

Whistlejacket, Coexist, 2010

Oriole, Transition Gallery, London, 2006

Lux, Rosy Wilde, London, 2006

Nostalgia, Persimmon Gallery, Los Angeles, 2006

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017

Vessels with Pestles and Chalices from Palaces, Minories 2017

 

Time is Love II, Kisito Assigni, touring: Rome, Hong Kong and New York

 

Kerry Baldry, One Minute, Touring,

 

Contemporary Masters from the East of England, The Cut

 

History & Painting China Academy of Art, Shanghai

 

Contemporary Masters of Britain, Jiangshu Arts and Craft Museum

 

2016

Blackwater Polytechnic Open Studios with Freddie Robins and Ben Coode-Adams

 

Telling Tales, Collyer Bristow Gallery, London

 

Time is Love I, Kisito Assigni, Touring internationally.

 

2015

 

Sluice Art Fair, London

 

Heads, Studio One Gallery, London

 

Existence, Zoe Hawkins Gallery, Winchester

@Paintbritain at Ipswich Art School

 

Contemporary British Painting, Huddersfield Art Gallery

 

Painting Objects, St. Marylebone Crypt, London

 

2014

Aldeburgh International Poetry Festival, Artist in Residence

Easterlies Abbey Walk Gallery Grimsby

News from Nowhere, Kelmscott House, National Trust, London

Unstable Ground, Paper, Manchester with George Shaw and Simon Woolham

University Collection Showcase, Ipswich

 

2013

Atomic, Transition Gallery

Wintergarden, Sutton House, London

One Minute Volumes VI & VII, touring curated by Kerry Baldry

Contemporary Art from IWM: Art in a Media Age, Imperial War Museum North, Manchester.

Brighton Art Fair

The Fulham Palace Art Fair, London,

His Monkey Wife, Glasgow Project Room

This Me of Mine, Ipswich Art School Gallery

2012

Now the Dream is Over, Blyth Gallery Imperial College

Loss, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast

Tainted Love, Transition Gallery Touring Show

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, invited by Tess Jaray, London

One Minute, Volume 5, curator Kerry Baldry, touring internationally

Santorini Biennale, Santorini, Greece

 

2011

Sluice Art Fair, Mayfair, London

Eastern Pavilions, Norwich School of Art Gallery

O Painters, My Painters! UCS Gallery,Ipswich

The Island of True Stories, Camberwell Church, London

The Lion's Den, Influx Limerick,

The Count of Monte Cristo, The Pheonix Gallery, Exeter

 

2010

The Jerwood Drawing Prize, London (and 2008)

Streaming Film Festival, The Hague

Extra-Ordinary, The Grundy, Blackpool

Presents, Wysing Art Centre, Cambridge

ARTBLITZ, Transition Gallery, London

400 Women, Shoreditch Town Hall, London

Quiet Voices, Late at the Tate, Tate Britain, London

Aurora Film Festival, Outpost, Norwich

Fifteen Days, Fifteen Artists, Firstsite Colchester

Threadneedle Arts Prize, London

The Painting Class, Lethaby Gallery, Tate Britain, London

 

Work in Collections:

 

British School at Athens, portfolio Archive to the BSA

 

Priseman Seabrook Collection

 

University of the Arts, London

Imperial War Museum, London

English Heritage, London

Eastern Contemporary Collection

Madison Museum of Fine Art, Georgia USA

 

 

 

 

Recent conferences/papers:

Presentation at the Athens School of Fine Arts and British School of Athens, Dream Lives of Objects 

 

Paint Club East in conversation with Mimei Thompson

 

Chair of symposium Wimbledon College of Art Telling Stories We Believe to be True with Carol Mavor and Valerie Sinason.

 

Amateur Women, Open College of the Arts

 

Lost in Translation, RCA

Journeys across MediaMemory & Imagination Reading University

a-n Venice Biennale Bursary

 

Recent publications:

Contemporary Art & War by Sara Bevan

Work in, Blue Mythologies, Reaktion press by Professor Carol Mavor

TES review of my work in Blue Mythologies

Varsity interview for Dark Starlit Night

Wall Street Journal interview for Art in a Media Age

Today programme interview for Art in a Media Age

 

Teaching:

Royal College of Art, Critical and Historical Studies Lecturer

 

Visiting Lecturer:

 

University of Suffolk

 

Camberwell College of Art.

 

Athens School of Fine Arts.

 

University of East Anglia