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Julian Opie

1958 United Kingdom

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Julian Opie is one of the most important contemporary British artists. His works oscillate between painting and sculpture. Most recently, he has begun to integrate moving images into his work. His artwork is in important collections world-wide, such as Tate Modern, London, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and Kunsthaus Zürich. 

Solo-Exhibitions

2018 
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; Alan Cristea Gallery, London; Krakow Witkin Gallery, Boston, MA; F1963, Busan

2017 
Julian Opie After Van Dyck, National Portrait Gallery 2017, London; Suwon Ipark Museum of Art, Suwon; Fosun Foundation, Shanghai; Fundacion Bancaja, Valenica

2016 
Maho Kubato Gallery, Tokio; Galerie Krobath, Wien; Galerie Gerhardsen Gerner, Berlin; Krobath Gallery, Geneva

2015 
Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zürich; Alan Cristea Gallery, London

2014 
Kukje Gallery, Seoul, Korea; Hungerford Bridge, London; Galloping Horse, Yorkshire Sculpture Park; DavisKlemmGallery, Wiesbaden; Holburne Museum, Bath

2013 
Gerhardsen Gerner, Oslo; Patrick De Brock, Knokke; Krobath, Wien; Walk On, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art

2012 
Sir James Dyson by Julian Opie: New Commission, National Portrait Gallery, London; Julian Opie, Lisson Gallery, Mailand; Lisson Gallery, London

2011 
Observadores, Museu Colleccao Berardo, Lissabon; Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zurich; Journey of a Dress: Diane von Furstenburg, The Pace Gallery, Beijing; Print Retrospective, Alan Cristea Gallery, London; Krobath Gallery, Berlin; Lisson Gallery, London

2010 
Galerist, Istanbul; IVAM, Valencia; Galleria Mario Sequeira, Braga; Barbara Krakow Gallery, Boston

2009 
Valentina Bonomo Roma, Rom; Kristianstads Konsthall, Kristianstad; Sakshi Gallery, Mumbai; Kivik Art Centre, Osterlen, Schweden; SCAI The Bathhouse, Tokyo

2008 
Lisson Gallery, London

2004 
Sara, Bryan and Monique, Lisson Gallery, London

2001 
Lisson Gallery, London

1996 
Lisson Gallery, London

Group-Exhibitions

2017 
Everything At Once, 180 The Strand 2017, London; The Show Must Go On, Kunstmuseum Bern, Bern; What Does Art Do In Hospitals?, Museum For Art In Public Spaces, Koeg; (X) A Fantasy, David Roberts Art Foundation, London; Das Auto In Der Kunst, Kunsthalle Emden, Emden; Synthetic Landscapes, Weston Park&Shrewsbury Museum& Art Gallery, London; This Is Not The Reality- What Kind Of Reality?, 57th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, Venice;I Want I Want! Art and Technology, Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, Birmingham; Deep Cuts: Contemporary Paper Cutting, Currier Museum of Art, Manchester

2016 
Line, Lisson Gallery, London; Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear, Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Boys Toys and Girls Pearls, von Orsouw Gallery, Zürich; Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg; New Past: Contemporary Art from Britain, Art Gallery of Uzbekistan, Tashkent; Five / Fifty / Five Hundred, Lisson Gallery, Milan; L'arte differente: Works from the MOCAK Collection Rome, MAXXI, Rom; New Past: Contemporary art from Britian, Art Gallery of Uzbekistan, Tashkent; Maho Kubota Gallery, Tokyo; Summer Exhibition, Royal Acadmy, London; First Light: A Decade of Collecting at the ICA, ICA Boston, Boston; Turbinenhalle, Berlin; Sites Under Construction, Manifesta 11, Zurich; Boys,Toys and Girls Pearls, Galerie Bob Van Orsouw, Zurich; Lumiere, London

2015 
ACCROCHAGE, Galerie Boisserée, J. & W. Boisserée GmbH, Köln; Face to Face, Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zürich; Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester; Bob Van Orsouw; Gerhardsen Gerner

2013 
Looking at the View, Tate Britain, London; Walk On, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, London; Keywords, Iniva London and Tate Liverpool, London and Liverpool; Re-viewing the Landscape, Compton Verney, Warwickshire; Nostalgic for the Future, Lisson Gallery, London

2012 
DLA Piper Series: This is Sculpture, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool; Highrise: Idea and Reality, Museum fur Gestaltung, Zürich; The Art of Deceleration, Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg; The Gallery Collection, Galerie Bob van Orsouw, Zürich; Force of Nature: Picturing Ruskin’s Landscape., Museums Sheffield, Sheffield

2011 
DLA Piper Series: This is Sculpture, Tate Liverpool, Liverpool; Modern British Sculpture, Royal Academy, London; Moving Portraits, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea; Japanese Galleries, British Museum, London; Rugby Collection 2011, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, Rugby; Art & Stars & Cars, Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart; Watch Me Move: The Animation Show, Barbican Art Gallery, London; Small, Medium, Large, Donjon De Vez, Vez; Highrise: Idea and Reality, Museum fur Gestaltung, Zurich; The Digital Eye: Photographic Art in the Electronic Age, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle; Julian Opie - Eadweard Muybridge, Trepanier Baer Gallery, Calgary; The Art of Deceleration, Kunstmuseum, Wolfsburg

2010 
Realism: The Adventure of Reality, Kunsthalle, Emden; The Future Demands Your Participation, Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai; Pictures about Pictures., MUMOK, Wien; Art, Galerie Haas & Fuchs, Berlin; Sea Fever: From Turner to Today, Sea Fever: From Turner to Today, Southampton; Present Tense, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra; From Here to There: Contemporary Work from the Arts, Council Collection, Coventry; Cream, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki; The Rhythm of Istanbul, Akbank Sanat, Istanbul; Cities, Symbols, Icons, Cartoons. Kneip Art Collection., Luxemburg; Eleven, Alan Cristea Gallery, London; What is Beautiful?, Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden; Fast Forward: British Contemporary Art in Brazil, Brazilian British Centre Galleries, Pinheiros

2009 
Britsh Council Collection: The Third Diemension, Whitechapel Gallery, London; WHAM: Painting and Beyond, Den Frie Centre of Contemporary Art, Kopenhagen

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