Kirsten Glass

Selected works by Kirsten Glass

Kirsten Glass
Deep Tissue

2001

Oil on canvas

238 x 336 cm
Kirsten Glass
Issue 46

2006

oil on canvas two panels

Each panel 237.8 x 168.2 cm
Kirsten Glass
Snakeskin (Love's a Two Way Dream)

2005

Oil paint and mixed media on canvas

505 x 278 cm
Kirsten Glass
Stellar Skin

2001

Oil on canvas, diptych

Each part 237.8 x 168.2cm
Kirsten Glass
Ultra Low

2000

Oil on canvas

164 x 240 cm

Kirsten Glass's Biography

Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1975
Lives and works in London, UK



SOLO EXHIBITIONS


2007
The Body in the Library, V22 ASHWINSTREET, London

2006
Hales Gallery, London

2004
One in the Other, London

2001
One in the Other, London

2000
Habitat, London

1999
Youthinkyoufuckinslick, Alfred Camp, London


GROUP EXHIBITIONS


2009
The Macabre Masterpiece of Terror, Monika Bobinska Gallery, London
The Wharf Road Project, London

2008
The Golden Record, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh
Lipstick and Lacquer, Spring Projects, London
3am Eternal, Alexandre Pollazzon, London
Chromophilia, Bearspace, London
The Painting Room, Transition Gallery, London
Things That Go Bump in the Night, Southwark Park Gallery, London
The Islanders, Nettie Horn, Vyner St, London

2007
The Dream of Putrefaction, Fieldgate Gallery, London

2005
Photomuto, Hales Gallery, London

2004
Analysis of Beauty, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland
Brand New and Retro, UP Projects, London

2003
Spring, Laurent Delaye, London
The Queen Mother Show, One in the Other, London

2002
Neverland, Cell Projects, London
Rapture, Barbican, London
Electric Dreams, Barbican, London
Becks Futures, ICA, London

2001
The Tattoo Show, Modern Art, London
Death to the Fascist Insect that Preys on the Life of the People, Anthony dOffay, London
Egotripping, Anthony Wilkinson, London

2000
Hard Candy, Galerie Wieland, Berlin
On the Rocks, APT Gallery, London
Cover Versions, The Trade Apartment, London
Amber, Laure Genillard, London

1999
Living in the Real World, Cubitt Gallery, London
Coffee and TV, Vilma Gold, London