Selected works by Liane Lang


Liane Lang's Biography

Born in 1973, MĂĽnchen
Lives and works in London



EDUCATION


2003-2006
Royal Academy Schools, Postgraduate

1995-1998
Goldsmiths’ College, London, BA Hons. Fine Art

1993/94
National College of Art and Design, Dublin, Core Studies


SOLO SHOWS


2011
Wilson/Williams Gallery, London
The Long Way Home, A 180 metre long image sequence for Norwood
Underpass, funded by TFL through Croydon Art Services, Installed from April

2010
Monumental Misconceptions, KHProjects at the Soho Galleries
Shadows and Stowaways at Squid & Tabernacle. Dalston
La Muralla, Portobello Road, 60 metre photographic sequence
commissioned by the Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
Mesmeric Monument at Supernova Gallery, Riga

2009
Once Upon A Time in The West, a Cultural Olympiad Project funded by West London Borough

2008
Artist at Apsley, Flora Fairbairn Projects

2007
Fondling Germanicus, Kunstverein Heidelberg

2006
Verisimilitude, T1+2 Artspace, London

2001
Offspace, Vienna, new video work, Austria Southfirst Art, new video work, New York


SELECTED GROUP SHOWS


2011
Works on paper, Wilson/Williams Gallery at the Venice Biennale
68m2 Gallery, Copenhagen
The Sexual Object, Salon Vert, Regents Park

2010
Flaming July, Leighton House Museum, a Cultural Olympiad Project
Strangeness and Charm, Fieldgate Gallery at Victor Wynd Fine Art

2009
Is there anybody there? WilsonWilliams Gallery, London
The Apartment, curated by Paul Buck
Merriscourt, curated by Flora Fairbairn

2008
Super Cilia, Royal Liver Building, Liverpool
Lucifers Greatest War, FRED Gallery, Leibzig
Espace Croise, video presentation, Lille
Gothic, Fieldgate Gallery, London

2007
Zoo Art Fair 07, Royal Academy of Art, T1+2 Art Space
Anticipation, One One One Gallery, Flora Fairbairn Projects
ArtFutures, Bloomberg Space, London

2005
Go-Between, Kunstverein Bregenz, Austria
Sesiones Animadas, Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid

2004
Mementoes and Other Curiosities, Measure and Flora Fairbairn,London

2003
Kunstwerke, Berlin, Animations, curated by Klaus Biesenbach

2002
Liverpool Biennial, PoT, Galleria Fortes Villaca

2001
Animations, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Centre, New York
New Labour, Saatchi Gallery, London