David Austen  (British, 1960) 


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David Austen, The Hole


David Austen
The Hole

Ingleby Gallery
David Austen, Untitled (yellow curve, men and women) 12.7.02


David Austen
Untitled (yellow curve, men and women) 12.7.02

Ingleby Gallery
David Austen, Flowers 18.4.12


David Austen
Flowers 18.4.12

Ingleby Gallery
David Austen, Paris Hotel


David Austen
Paris Hotel

Ingleby Gallery
David Austen, Untitled [flower] 7.2.04


David Austen
Untitled [flower] 7.2.04

Ingleby Gallery
David Austen, Untitled (Red)


David Austen
Untitled (Red)
Ingleby Gallery
David Austen, Woman Standing on Man’s Shoulders (Circus Act) 9.8.11


David Austen
Woman Standing on Man’s Shoulders (Circus Act) 9.8.11

Ingleby Gallery
David Austen, Woman Hanging from a Man (Circus Act) 9.8.11


David Austen
Woman Hanging from a Man (Circus Act) 9.8.11

Ingleby Gallery
David Austen, The Love Planet


David Austen
The Love Planet

Ingleby Gallery
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David Austen, Conical forms (3 works)


David Austen
Conical forms (3 works), 1995
watercolor on paper


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David Austen, Man in water with fruit and fish


David Austen
Man in water with fruit and fish, 1987
oil on canvas


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David Austen, Puck


David Austen
Puck, 1994
oil on linen


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1960   Born in Harlow, Essex
1978 - 1981   Maidstone College of Art
1982 - 1985   Royal College of Art, London
2008 - 2009   Stanley Picker Fellowship, Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames
2011   Bryan Robertson Award
2011   Watercolour, Tate Britain, London
2010   End of Love, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (solo)
2009   Man Smoking, Schiavo Mazzonis Gallery, Rome (solo)
2009   My love, I have been digging up my own bones in the garden again, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (solo)
2009   David Austen, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston University, Kingston-upon-Thames (solo)
2009   No Shoes on the Carpet, Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles
2008   Conversations, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge
2008   100 Years, 100 Artists, 100 Works of Art, A Foundation, London
2008   At Home, Voewood Projects, High Kelling, Norfolk
2008   Order Desire Light, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
2008   Selected Works by Gallery Artists, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2008   David Austen & Man Ray, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (solo)
2007   David Austen -Glitter, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (solo)
2007   David Austen, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes (solo)
2007   Drawing 2007 – Biennial Fundraiser, The Drawing Room, London
2006   David Austen - Smoking Moon, Camden Arts Centre, London (solo)
2006   David Austen – Green Electric Morning, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (solo)
2006   The Secret Theory of Drawing The Drawing Room, London
2006   Among the Ash Heaps & Millionaires, Ancient and Modern, London
2006   Film Club, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
2006   Motion o n Paper, Ben Brown Fine Art, London
2006   Dream Box Vitrine, Tate Britian Archive, London
2006   Flip, Chung King Project, Los Angeles
2005   Froth on the Daydream, Wimbledon School of Art, London (solo)
2005   Edition, Ingleby Gallery, Edimburgh
2005   The Hardest Thing to Draw is a Kiss, The Gallery, Wimbledon
2005   Miradas y Conceptos, MEIAC, Badajoz
2005   In Focus, Emma Hill Fine Art, The Eagle Gallery, London
2005   Who’s Afraid of Red Yellow and Blue, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
2005   Remarkable, Andrew Mummery Gallery, London
2004   Darkland, Peer, London (solo)
2004   10 Years, Slewe Gallery, Amsterdam
2004   John Moores 23 exhibition, The Walker, Liverpool
2004   See it … Read it, Art with words from the Arts Council collection, Draiocht, Dublin
2004   Chromophiles, Galleri Bouhlou, Bergen
2004   Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2003   Hard Times, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
2001   Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2001   Objects and Images from the Edge of the World, Wolsey Art Gallery, Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich (cat., ill.)
2001   Annandale Gallery, Sydney
2001   Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh
1999   Galerie Marianne Hollenbach, Stuttgart
1998   Slewe Gallery, Amsterdam
1998   Inverleith House, Edinburgh
1997   Galerie Marianne Hollenbach, Stuttgart
1997   Mead Gallery, Warwick (cat., ill.)
1997   Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London
1994   Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
1993   Cirrus, Los Angeles
1992   Cornerhouse, Manchester
1992   Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
1991   Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
1991   Cirrus Gallery, Los Angeles
1990   Frith Street Gallery, London
1989   Cirrus, Los Angeles
1989   Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Nottingham (cat., ill.)
1988   Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (cat, ill.)
1988   Arnolfini, Bristol
1987   Serpentine Gallery, London
1986   Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (cat., Barry Barker, ill.)
2011    Liz Jobey, ‘Q&A’, FT Magazine, 12 February
2010    End Of Love, Catalogue, Modern Art Oxford
2009    James Clegg, ‘David Austen’, Art Review, December
2008    Martin Westwood, ‘David Austen: Surfacing At The Crossroads’, Turps Banana, Issue Five
2008    'David Austen and Man Ray’, The Herald, 8 March
2008    ‘Dark futures with a nod to a surreal past’, The Scotsman, 14 March
2007    Robert Clark, ‘David Austen, Milton Keynes’, The Guardian Guide, 10th February
2007    Tom Morton, ‘The Secret Theory of Drawing’, Frieze.com, Tuesday 2nd January
2007    Martin Holman, ‘I Have This Terrible Feeling; Heavy and Black; What’s David Austen Doing Making Films? Miser & Now, issue 10
2007    Cameron Irving, ‘David Austen’, Untitled, Issue 42, Summer
2007    Lucy Bayley, ‘Art Round-up’, The London Paper, 22nd May
2007    Jessica Lack, ‘David Austen’, The Guardian Guide 12-18th May
2007    Hugh Reilly, ‘Where the art is’, The London Paper, 16th May
2007    ‘Artprojx: David Austen’, Kultureflash.net, 16th May
2007    Helen Sumpter, ‘Where the magic happens’, Time Out, 9-15th May
2007    Hannah Duguid, ‘Pleasure, pain and the art of opposites’, The Independent, 8th May
2007    ‘David Austen, Exhibition at MK G’, MK News, 21st March
2007    Gemma Tipton, ‘David Austen: Crackers’, A-N Magazine, March
2005    David Austen , 'David Austen on Alberto Giacometti's "Hour of the Traces" (1930), Tate etc, issue 4
2004    Morgan Falconer, ‘David Austen’, Modern Painters, Summer (ill.)
2004    Morgan Falconer, ‘Stuff of Substance’, What’s on in London, 3-10 March (ill.)
2003    Jane Evans, ‘Exodus’, a-n magazine, September (ill.)
2003    Joanna Pitman, ‘Bible Lessons’, The Times, 22 July (ill.)
2003    Sue Hubbard, ‘The sands of time’, The Independent, 22 July (ill.)
2003    Andrew Mead, ‘Double Vision’, The Architects’ Journal, 17 July (ill.)
2003    Ruth Hedges, The List, 3-17 July (ill.)
2003    Jessica Lack, The Guardian, 23 June
2003    Amber Cowan, ‘Exodus’, The Times, 21 June (ill)
2003    Robert Clark, ‘Exodus’, The Guardian Guide, 21-27 June (ill.)
2003    Peter Chapman, The Independent, 14 June (ill.)
2003    Sotiris Kyriacou, ‘Exodus’, Contemporary, issue 52 (ill.)
2003    Craig Burnett, ‘Austen in the Desert’, Previews, Modern Painters, Summer (ill.)
2003    Robert Clark, ‘David Austen’, The Guardian Guide, 14-20 June (ill.)
2003    Amber Cowan, ‘David Austen – Ingleby Gallery’, The Times, June 7-13 (ill.)
2003    ‘David Austen’, Scotland on Sunday, 8 June (ill.)
2003    Helen Pickles, Financial Times, 10/11 May (ill.)
2001    ‘David Austen – Objects and Images from the Edge of the World’, Wolsey Art Gallery, Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich
1997    ‘David Austen’, edited by Mead Gallery, Warwick Art Centre, Coventry
1992    ‘Tempest of Stars’, selected poems by Jean Cocteau, translated by Jeremy Reed with drawings by David Austen. Enitharmon Press, London
1990    ‘David Austen’, Frith Street Gallery, London, Signed limited edition of 100
1989    ‘David Austen’, edited by Marco Livingstone, Art Random monograph, Kyoto Shoin