Gary Webb  (British, 1973) 


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Gary Webb, Glo Baby Glo


Gary Webb
Glo Baby Glo

Gary Webb, Untitled


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Gary Webb, Capital Claw


Gary Webb
Capital Claw, 2002
perspex, plastic moulded rock, polished steel, glass, rubber matting and strobe lights


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Gary Webb, Little split


Gary Webb
Little split, 2006
white ash wood, metal brackets, mirrors and tinted mirrors


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Gary Webb, Ravi's ring


Gary Webb
Ravi's ring, 2003
Perspex, Plexiglass and stainless steel


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1973   Born in Hampshire, UK
1997   BFA Goldsmiths College, London
  Lives and works in London
2009   Play, Paradise Row, in collaboration with Prakke Contemporary, London
2009   Total Museum, Seoul, Korea
2009   Other Criteria, London (solo)
2009   Bortolami Gallery, New York (solo)
2008   Euro Bobber, Galeria Parra-Romero, Madrid (solo)
2008   Revolution Oil, The Approach W1, London (solo)
2007   Gary Webb, Galerie Nikolaus Ruzicska, Salzburg (solo)
2007   Back to Nature, Ruzicska, Salzburg, Austria
2007   Sublime Experiences and Perceptions in Contemporary Sculpture, Pilar Parra & Romero, Madrid, Spain
2006   Gary Webb, Bortolami Dayan, New York (solo)
2005   Chambres a Part, curated by Laurence Dreyfus, Hotel Sezz, Paris
2005   Sculptures d’apartment, Musee d’art Contemporain de Rochechouart
2005   The British Art Show 6, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead and touring
2005   All Boys, curated by Gary Webb, One Two Three, Brussels
2005   Mirage of Loose Change, Kunsthaus, Glarus; Le Consortium, Dijon; Centre d’Arte Contemporain, Geneva (solo)
2005   British Art Show 6, BALTIC The Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UK (solo)
2005   Still Life – Naturaleza muerta arte contemporaneo britanico y peruano, Museo de Arte de Lima, Lima, Peru (solo)
2005   Pour de Vrai, Musee des Beaux-Arts, Nancy, France
2004   Deep Heat T Reg Laguna, The Chisenhale, London, touring to Mead Gallery, Warwick ‘05 (solo)
2004   It’s All an Illusion. A Sculpture Project, Migros Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, Zurich, Switzerland (solo)
2004   ATOMKREIG, Kunsthaus, Dresden
2004   It’s All An Illusion, Migros Museum fur gegenwartskunst, Zurich
2004   Genesis, Domaine Pommery, France
2004   Concert in the Egg, The Ship, Shadwell, London
2004   Brittania Works, Ileana Tounta Contemporary Art Centre, Athens, Greece
2004   Daddy Pop, Anne Faggionato, London
2003   Evan Holloway and Gary Webb - Art Statements, Art Basel 34, The Approach, London (solo)
2002   Ringer, MW Projects, London (solo)
2000   Nouveau Riche with Keith Farquhar, The Approach, London (solo)
1997   Gary Webb plays Gary Webb, The Approach, London (solo)
2005    Anne Pontegnie, ‘Gary Webb, Chisenhale Gallery’, Artforum, February
2005    Lee Trimming, ‘Gary Webb’ Flash Art, Vol XXXVIII No. 240 Jan-Feb
2005    Eliza Williams, ‘Gary Webb, Chisenhale Gallery’, Art Monthly, Dec-Jan
2004    Nick Hackworth, ‘Slick quick urban things’, Evening Standard, November 26
2004    Rebecca Geldard, ‘Gary Webb, Chisenhale’ Time Out, Nov 24 – Dec 1
2004    Martin Herbert, ‘London: Chisenhale, Gary Webb’, Contemporary
2004    Craig Burnett, ‘Preview: Gary Webb’, The Guardian Guide
2004    Richard Dorment, ‘Driven to Bliss’, The Daily Telegraph, Nov 24
2003    Michael Wilson, ‘Openings: Gary Webb’, Artforum, October
2002    JJ Charlesworth, ‘Mute Matter & Stuttering Machines: Sign and Substance in Recent Sculpture’, Artext, no. 78, Fall
2002    Jessica Lack, ‘Gary Webb’, The Guardian Guide, October 5-11
2002    Waldemar Januszczak, ‘A new movement for British art…’, The Sunday Times, August 4
2002    Sarah Kent, ‘Chips off the old Block’, Time Out, July 17-24
2002    Richard Dormant, ‘Better then Brit Art’, The Dialy Telegraph, July 17
2002    Nick Hackworth, ‘Early One Morning’, Evening Standard, July 9
2002    Niru Ratnam, ‘Things To Make and Do’, The Face, July
2002    Alex Farquharson, ‘Film flam man’, Frieze, May
2001    Michael Archer, ‘Virile Logic’, Untitled, Autumn/Winter
2001    Martin Herbert, ‘BROWN by Gary Webb’, Camera Austria, September
2001    Paul Clark, ‘BROWN; Going Out’, Evening Standard, July 4