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Chris Gollon

Chris Gollon is an established name in British painting. Born London 1953, he has enjoyed many solo museum exhibitions in the UK, museum acquisitions including the British Museum, and public commissions. He has exhibited at Art Chicago and also with Yoko Ono, David Bowie and Gavin Turk in ROOT, a crossover exhibition of contemporary music and art created by Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, at Chisenhale Gallery, London.
His work is attracting increasing acclaim in the national press and specialist arts press: Financial Times, The Times, The Guardian, Aesthetica,BBC Radio 4, BBC1 News, and Alan Yentob’s BBC1 programme Imagine. His film collaboration with JABOD, entitled Kaleidomorphism One, was premiered in London at the East End Film Festival (2008). Novelist Sara Maitland’s book Stations of the Cross (Continuum, London & New York, 2009) was wholly inspired by and features Gollon’s 14 paintings of the Stations of the Cross, which were commissioned by the Church of England for a grade-one listed Sir John Soane church in East London. Chris Gollon: Humanity in Art by art historian Tamsin Pickeral (Hyde & Hughes) and endorsed by Bill Bryson OBE, was published in 2010.
Chris Gollon was both First Artist in Residence and Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Study (2009), Durham University, and accepted an invitation to return as Artist in Residence at St Mary’s College in spring 2011. In late 2011, the Hollywood film makers of the Twilight Saga leased the copyright of one of his paintings to use it as an integral part of the story in Breaking Dawn: Part One. In January 2012, the Chris Gollon ‘app’ was launched on Apple as a download for iPads, where Chris Gollon reveals some of his technical and creative secrets. Chris Gollon is currently working toward a series of paintings for a solo touring show of British cathedrals, which is also a collaboration with novelist Sara Maitland. Gollon lives and works in Surrey, and is represented by IAP Fine Art, London. Chris Gollon’s art materials are supplied by Curtis Ward.
CHRIS GOLLON (born London, 1953): ARTIST’S CV (abridged)
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2011 ‘New Paintings (incl. LOVE series), IAP Fine Art, London
2010 ‘Painting & Printmaking’, IAP Fine Art, London
2009 ‘Gods, Angels & Souls, IAP Fine Art, London; Being Human, IAP Fine Art, London;
Studies for Stations of the Cross, IAP Fine Art, London
2008 Early Thoughts, IAP Fine Art, London;
Gollon At Henley, River & Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames;
Kaleidomorphism One, East London Film Festival
2007 Basement Tapes, IAP Fine Art, London;
Chris Gollon, recent paintings Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University;
A Reflection on Still Life, IAP Fine Art, London
2006 House of Sleep, Thompsons Gallery, London
2006 Is That All There Is?,Toni Heath Gallery, London
2005 Einstein & the Jealous Monk, Huddersfield Art Gallery, W. Yorkshire, exhibition and unveiling of acquisition in permanent collection
2005 Domogallery, New Jersey, USA (opened by Sir Phillip Thomas, British Consul General, NY)
2004 IAP Fine Art, Cork St., London (2 solo exhibitions)
2002 IAP Fine Art, Island Gallery, Hampton on Thames, London
2001 IAP Fine Art @ Arndean Gallery, Cork St., London
River & Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames
(series of 3 solo shows: Elizabeth Frink, John Piper, Chris Gollon)
2000 Fool’s Paradise: The Return, Huddersfield Art Gallery, W. Yorks
1999 IAP Fine Art, London
1997 Galerie Simoncini, Luxembourg (opened by Princess Sibilla and British Ambassador)
1995 Galerie Christiane Cloots, Brussels (opened by British Ambassador)
1994 Bretton Hall, West Yorkshire
1993 Ferens Museum Gallery (Fine Art Gallery of the Year 1993)
2011 Gallery 23, Glasgow
2010 Commission, Wallspace Gallery, London, with Anthony Gormley, Henry Moore and Damien Hirst
2009 Lost Heritage, Gallery K, London, Cyprus, Athens
2008 Newcastle & Gateshead Art Fair, Sage Centre, (IAP Fine Art);
Thompson’s Gallery, London W1
2007 Sense & Sensuality, Bankside Gallery, London and then Richard Attenborough Centre, University of Leicester;
Toni Heath, London;
Thompson’s Gallery, London;
IAP Fine Art, Cambridge Art Fair
2006 ANON, mixed exhibition at London Art Fair with Mario Testino, Tracey Emin, Julian Opie, Paula Rego
2005 New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, USA
2005 IAP Fine Art @ Manchester Art Show, MICC G-Mex Centre
2004 ‘Presence: Images of Christ for the Third Millennium’, St Paul’s Cathedral,
London, with Bill Viola, Tracey Emin, Peter Howson, Billy Childish, Maggi
Hambling & Craigie Aitchison
2002 Art on Paper Fair, Royal College, (IAP Fine Art)
2001 Sotheby’s, London, mixed exhibition with Sam Taylor Wood, Maggi Hambling, Martin Maloney, Elizabeth Blackadder, Eileen Cooper & others.
1999 ART’99;
IAP Fine Art, London;
Gallery K, London
1998 Connaught Brown, London;
Glasgow Art Fair;
‘ROOT’, Chisenhale Gallery, London
1997 ART ’97, Chicago.
Art’97, London (within latter ‘Shadow of Life’ exhibition with Maggi Hambling, Peter Howson, Richard Wentworth; curating chaired by Dr. Judith Collins, Asst. Keeper of Modern Collection, Tate Gallery).
Air Gallery, London;
Barbican, London
1996 ART’96, London, Glasgow Art Fair & Glasgow Print Studio
1989 Spink & Son, London
British Museum, London
River & Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames (purchased with the aid of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London)
Huddersfield Art Gallery , W. Yorkshire
Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University
St Mary’s College, Durham University
University of Hull
Church of England (14 Stations of the Cross, Church of St John on Bethnal Green, grade-one listed church, designed by Sir John Soane, adjacent to Museum of Childhood)
2011 Glasgow Herald (Jan Patience)
2010 Contemporary Art In British Churches (ACE Publishing, 2010)
2010 Chris Gollon: Humanity in Art by Tamsin Pickeral (Hyde & Hughes)
2009 Being Human, new paintings (Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University); Stations of the Cross by Sara Maitland (Continuum, New York & London); ‘Imagine’ programme BBC1; BBC1 TV London News; BBC Radio 4, Sunday Programme; Aesthetica magazine (May issue), Artists & Illustrators (May); The Tablet; Church Times; Catholic Herald; Common Ground
2008 The Dog: 5,000 Years of the Dog in Art, by Tamsin Pickeral (Merrell, 2008, London & New York); The Times; Financial Times (Jackie Wullschlager, ‘Critic’s Choice’), Radio 4 The Today Programme; The Guardian; USA Today; Galleries magazine
2004 Galleries magazine, Presence catalogue, Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, The Tablet, Art & Architecture
2003 The Week, The Times
2002 The Times Magazine, The Evening Standard, Galleries magazine, The Guardian
2001 ITV London Tonight, The Times
2000 Sunday Times, Sunday Telegraph
1999 Sunday Times Magazine
1998 Sky News, The Scotsman, What’s On
1997 Flash Art; MAG: Museums & Galleries GuideHarpers & Queen,
1996 BBC TV, Big Issue, Galleries, ART Review, Financial Times TV, BBC World Service, Time Out
1995 L’Echo, Télé Bruxelles, RTBF, Radio Bruxelles Capitale
1994 BBC TV & radio, The Independent, BBC Radio North


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