Timeline

1959
Born in Chigwell, UK
1977–1978
Loughton College
1978–1981
Chelsea School of Art, London
1983–1985
MA Course, Goldsmith's College, London
1998
Henry Moore Fellowship, British School at Rome
2001–2002
DAAD Artists Programme, Berlin
2002
Awarded Honorary Fellowship of the London Institute
2003
Awarded Honorary Doctorate at University of Central England
2007
Awarded Turner Prize
2009
Awarded Honorary Fellowship from Goldsmiths, University of London
Lives and works in London

Exhibitions

2011
Museum De Pont, Tilburg (solo)
2011
Southbank Centre Celebrates Festival of Britain, Southbank Centre, London
2011
Among Heroes: Pre-Images in Contemporary Art, Kunsthalle Nurnberg, Germany
2011
The Big Society, Galerie Valois, Paris
2011
Blink! Denver Art Museum, Colorado USA
2010
Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo (solo)
2010
Carlier Gebauer, Berlin (solo)
2010
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (solo)
2010
Freedom of Speech, Kunstverein Hamburg, Germany
2010
Made in Britain – Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection 1980 – 2010, Sichuan Provincial Museum, Chengdu / Xi’an Art Museum / Hong Kong Heritage Museum / Suzhou Art Museum
2010
Hope! Dinard Palais des Arts et du Festival, Dinard, France
2010
Let’s Dance, MAC/VAL, Vitry-sur-Seine, France
2010
Grand National, Vestfossen Kunstlaboratorium, Norway
2010
CUE: Artists’ Videos, Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada
2010
The Beauty of Distance: Songs of Survival in a Precarious Age, Biennale of Sydney, Australia
2010
Restless Empathy, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, USA
2010
Face History, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2010
A Horse Walks into a Bar…Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
2010
Cinema Amnesia, Çanakkale, Turkey
2009
British Subjects 1948-2000, Neuberger Museum of Art, New York
2009
Mark Wallinger Curates: The Russian Linesman, Hayward Gallery, London / Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds / Glynn Vivian, Swansea, Wales
2009
Only The Lonely, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2009
2nd Athens Biennial, Heaven, Athens
2009
Contemporary Video Art; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia
2009
This World and Nearer Ones, Creative Time, Governors Island, New York
2009
Inappropriate Covers, David Winton Bell Gallery, Brown University, Rhode Island
2009
5 Sculptures, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2009
Angel, MMK Museum Fur Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt Am Main (solo)
2009
The British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, Whitechapel Gallery, London
2008
State Britain, MAC/VAL, Vitry-sur-Sein, France (solo)
2008
Kunstmuseum Aarau, Switzerland (solo)
2008
Tales of Time and Space, Folkestone Triennial, Folkestone
2008
Selected Works by Gallery Artists, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2008
Comme des Betes, Musee Cantonal des Beau-Arts, Lausanne
2008
On Time: The East Wing Collection VIII, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London
2008
Collection Videos & Films; Isabelle & Jean-Conrad Lemaitre, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Germany
2008
History in the Making, A Retrospective of the Turner Prize, Mori Art Museum,
2007–2008
Turner Prize Exhibition, Tate Liverpool, UK
2007–2008
Stardust ou la dernière frontière, MACVAL, Vitry sur Seine, France
2007
Mark Wallinger, Kunstverein Braunschweig, Braunschweig (solo)
2007
The Human Figure Motion, Donald Young Gallery, Chicago (solo)
2007
Centre Pompidou, Paris
2007
The End, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
2007
Dark Mirror, Netherlands Media Art Institute/ Montevideo, Amsterdam
2007
Timer 01 intimita/ Intimacy, Fondazione La Triennale di Milano / Triennale-Bovisa, Milan
2007
Darkness, Visible, touring exhibition, Southampton City Gallery
2007
Kunstverein Braunschweig, Germany
2007
Skulptur Projekte Münster, Münster
2007
Sculpture Projects ´07, Münster
2007
Schmerz, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin
2007
Carlier | Gebauer, Berlin (solo)
2007
State Britain, Tate Britain, London (solo)
2007
State Britain, Tate Britain, London (solo)
2007
The End, Carlier Gebauer, Berlin (solo)
2006
Choosing my religion, Kunstmuseum Thun, Switzerland
2006
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (solo)
2006
Threshold to the Kingdom, Convent of St. Agnes of Bohemia, National Gallery, Prague (solo)
2006
Protections, Kunsthaus Graz, Graz
2006
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and British Art, Tate Britain, London
2006
Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel
2006
You’ll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston; Glynn
2006
Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea; The Lowry, Salford; New Art Gallery, Walsall; Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle
2006
Human Game, curated by Francesco Bonami, Stazione Leopolda, Florence
2006
Une vision du monde, La Collection video d’ Isabelle and Jean-Contrad Lemaitre, La Maison Rouge, Paris
2006
China Art Gallery, Beijing. touring: Guandong Museum of Art, Guangzhou; Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai; The Three Gorges Museum, Chongqing
2006
New Mystics, Tenerife
2006
Crivelli’s Nail, Chapter Gallery, Cardiff
2006
Four Winds, Farnborough Business Park, Farnborough
2006
Responding to Rome 1995- 2005, Estorick Collection, London
2005
Museo de Arte Carillo Gil, Mexico City (solo)
2005
Easter, Hangar Bicocca, Milan (solo)
2005
W – E, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna (solo)
2005
Variety, De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill on Sea
2005
Rundlerwelten, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin
2005
When Humour Becomes Painful, Migros Museum fur Gegenwartskunst, Zurich
2005
London Calling, Galleri Kaare Berntsen, Oslo
2005
The Experience of Art, Italian Pavillion, La Biennale di Venezia, Venice
2004
Sleeper, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin (solo)
2004
Presence 4: Mark Wallinger, Speed Art Museum, Kentucky (solo)
2004
The Underworld, a new commission for the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (solo)
2004
Carlier Gebauer, Berlin
2004
Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
2003
Christmas Tree, Tate Britain, London
2003
The Sleep of Reason, The Wolfsonian, Florida
2003
Via Dolorosa, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich
2003
Spacetime, Carlier Gebauer, Berlin
2002
Cave, Millenium Forum, Derry
2002
Mark Wallinger – Seeing Things, Minoriten-Galerien im Priesterseminar, Graz
2002
Commission for Bloomberg Space, London
2002
Promised Land, Tensta Konsthall, Spanga, Sweden
2002
Ecce Homo, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea
2001
Anna Schwartz, Melbourne
2001
No Man’s Land, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
2001
Time and Relative Dimensions in Space, University Museum of Natural History, Oxford
2001
Cave, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes/ Southampton City Art Gallery
2001
Mark Wallinger – British Pavilion, The 49th Venice Biennale 2001 text by Ralph Rugoff, The British Council, London
2000
Credo, Tate Gallery, Liverpool
2000
Galeria Laura Pecci, Milan
2000
Threshold to the Kingdom, The British School, Rome
1999
Lost Horizon, Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel
1999
Ecce Homo, The Fourth Plinth, Trafalgar Square, London
1999
Prometheus, Portikus, Frankfurt
1999
Mark Wallinger is Innocent, Palais des Beaux Arts, Bruxelles
1998
The Four Corners of the Earth, Delfina, London
1997
Dolly Fiterman Fine Arts, Minneapolis
1997
Dead Man’s Handle, Canary Wharf Window Gallery, London
1997
The Importance of Being Earnest in Esperanto, Jiri Svetzka Gallery, Prague
1997
God, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London

Literature

2011
Mark Wallinger, ‘It took a while to earn his trust’, Guardian G2, 21 June
2011
Adrian Searle, ‘Yes, but is it drawing?’, Guardian.co.uk, April
2011
Ben Luke, ‘Surreal World Captured in Perpetual Motion’, Evening Standard, April
2011
Ossian Ward, ‘Turkey: art, war, memory’, Time Out, February
2011
Mark Wallinger, ‘Alte Meister, Von Neuen Geliebt’, Monopol, January
2011
Harry Mount, ‘Turkish Time Travel’, The Spectator, 1 January
2010
Mark Wallinger, exhibition catalogue, essay by Sally O’Reilly, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo
2010
Art, Activism and Recuperation, Concept Store #3, pub. by Arnolfini
2010
Martin Herbert, ‘Now See This’ Art Review, December
2010
Mark Wallinger, ‘Collages That Cut To The Quick’ The Independent, 3 December
2010
Rachel Spence, ‘Straits Ahead’, The Financial Times Life & Arts, 20-21 November
2010
Simon Schama, ‘The Beastliness of Modern Art’, Financial Times (Life & Arts), 16 & 17 October
2010
Dave Itzkoff, ‘British Artists Protest a Possible Cut in Government Funds’ The New York Times, 10 September
2010
Maev Kennedy, ‘Cinema with a view: Mark Wallinger makes history in Turkey’, Guardian.co.uk, 9 July
2010
Gabriel Coxhead, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Time Out London, 24 June
2010
Richard Dorment, ‘Mark Wallinger at the Anthony Reynolds Gallery’, The Daily Telegraph, 15 June
2010
Kate Kellaway, ‘Portrait Of The Artist As A Revolving Pope’, The Observer, New Review, 6 June
2010
Rachel Campbell-Johnston, ‘Mark Wallinger and the big white horse’, The Times, 5 June
2010
Anthony Byrt, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Artforum.com, 1 June
2010
Alexandra Peers, ‘Mountaintop Art’, The New York Observer, 19 May
2010
Anna Altman, ‘Mark Wallinger’, Frieze.com, May
2010
Mark Wallinger, Artist’s special, The Guardian, 27 April
2009
Mark Wallinger, The Russian Linesman: Frontiers, Borders and Thresholds, exhibition catalogue, Hayward Publishing
2009
Hal Foster, ‘Precarious’ Artforum, December issue
2009
Yve-Alain Bois, ‘To Sing Beside’, October Magazine, Summer
2009
‘This World and Nearer Ones’, Time out New York, 25 July
2009
Roberta Smith, ‘Public Art’, The New York Times, 2 July
2009
‘This World and Nearer Ones’, Time Out New York, 25 June – 1 July
2009
Carol Vogel, ‘An Art-Covered Island’, The New York Times, 29 May
2009
Lucy Steeds, ‘Mark Wallinger curates: The Russian Linesman’, Art Monthly, April
2009
Lydia Slater, ‘Horsing About’, Evening Standard Magazine, 17 April
2009
Anthony Byrt, ‘The Russian Linesman’, www.artforum.com, 7 April
2009
‘Gigantic Animal News’, Art Monthly, March
2009
Deborah Orr, ‘Mark Wallinger’, The Independent Magazine, 14 March
2009
Laura Cumming, ‘Roll up, roll up, the circus is in town’, The Observer, 8 March
2009
Charles Darwent, ‘The Russian Linesman, Hayward Gallery, London’, The Independent, 22 February
2009
Joanna Pitman, ‘The Russian Linesman at Hayward Gallery, London SE1’, The Times, 21 February
2009
Ben Lewis, ‘Now you see it, now you don’t’, The Evening Standard, 18 February
2009
Tom Lubbock, ‘Spot the links’, The Independent, 17 February
2009
Alastair Sooke, ‘The jumble of an ordered mind’, The Daily Telegraph, 16 February
2009
Adrian Searle, ‘Let’s do the time warp again’, The Guardian, 16 February
2009
‘Winning again by a brass neck’, The Sunday Times, 15 February
2009
Tim Adams, ‘Mark Wallinger’, The Observer, 15 February
2009
Paul Vallely, ‘Mane attraction’, The Independent, 14 February
2009
Richard Morrison, ‘Do we need serious art for serious times or serious fun?’, The Times, 14 February
2009
Ian Jack, ‘This horse isn’t so huge in Ebbsfleet’, The Guardian, 14 February
2009
Mark Hudson, ‘Mark Wallinger’s white horse is a winner’, The Telegraph, 12 February
2009
Jilly Cooper, ‘Did it have to be a horse?’, The Guardian, 12 February
2009
Peter Walker, ‘The man is a genius – there’s no question about it’, The Guardian, 12 February
2009
Melanie Reid, ‘It’s a racing cert this horse will be a winner’, The Times, 12 February
2009
Roy Strong, ‘Roy Strong, scourge of so much modern art, champions the wonder horse’, Daily Mail, 12 February
2009
‘Wallinger’s horse chosen to be Ebbsfleet’s Angel of the South’, The Guardian, 10 February
2009
Fiona Macdonald, ‘Art that crosses the line’, The Metro, February
2009
Eva Scarrer, ‘Mark Wallinger, Aargauer Kunsthaus’, Artforum, January
2008
Mark Wallinger, edited by Madeleine Schuppli and Janneke de Vries, JRP/Ringier, Switzerland
2008
Folkestone Triennial, Tales of Time and Space, edited by Andrea Schlieker, The Creative Foundation
2008
The Speed Art Museum, Highlights From The Collection, The Speed Art Museum
2008
History In The Making: A Retrospective of The Turner Prize, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
2008
Collection Video & Film, Isabelle & Jean- Conrad Lemaître, Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Kiel
2007
Schmerz, Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin
2007
Schlaf & Traum, Deutsches Hygiene-Museum Dresden, Wellcome Collection London, Bohlau Verlag
2006
New Art on View, Sheila McGregor, Southampton City Art Gallery
2006
Belief, Singapore Biennale 2006 (cat.)
2006
Mark Wallinger, Une Vision du Monde la Collection Video d’Isabelle et Jean-Conrad Lemaitre, Paris (cat.)
2004
Photofinish, edited by Marco Delogu and Massimo Reale, Roma
2004
On Side, Centro de Artes Visuais, Coimbra
2004
The human condition The dream of a shadow, Barcelona Forum 2004 and Institut de Cultura de Barcelona – Museu d’Historia de la Ciutate de Barcelona (MHCB)
2003
Warum! Bilder diesseits und jenseits des Menschen, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
2003
Sanctuary – Contemporary Art and Human Rights, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
2003
Micro/macro – British Art 1996-2001, text by Alex Farquharson, Mucsarnok Kunsthalle, Budapest
2002
THE GAP SHOW – Young Critical Art from Great Britain, Museum as Ostwall, Dortmund
2002
Ommegang-Circumflexion, Bruges
2002
Painting as a Foreign Language, Edifício Cultura Inglesa / Centro Brasileiro Britânico, Brasil
2002
Family, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut
2002
Faux/Real, Borusan Art & Culture Centre, Istanbul
2001
Time and Relative Dimensions in Space text by Marco Livingstone, University Museum of Natural History / Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford
2001
Mary Warnock and Mark Wallinger (Eds) Art for All? Their Policies and our Culture, Peer, London
2001
Mark Wallinger – British Pavilion, The 49th Venice Biennale 2001 text by Ralph Rugoff, The British Council, London
2000
Mark Wallinger - Prometheus Portikus Frankfurt am Main
2000
Mark Wallinger - Credo texts by Lewis Biggs, Ian Hunt and David Burrows, Tate Gallery Publishing, London
2000
Mark Wallinger - Ecce Homo texts by Mikhail Bulgakov and Adrian Searle, Vienna Secession, Vienna
1999
Mark Wallinger is Innocent, text by Pier Luigi Tazzi, Société des Expositions du Palais des Beaux-Arts de Bruxelles / Delfina, London
1999
Mark Wallinger - Lost Horizon, interview with the artist by Theodora Vischer, text by Andrew Wilson, Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Basel
1997
Mark Wallinger, text by Donald Kuspit, Dolly Fiterman Fine Arts, Minneapolis
1995
Mark Wallinger, text by Jon Thompson, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham / Serpentine Gallery, London
1995
The Turner Prize text by Virginia Button, Tate Gallery Publishing, London
1994
Mark Wallinger text by Jo Coucke, Deweer Art Gallery, Otegem