Stella Vine  (British, 1969) 

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Stella Vine Biography
1969   Born Melissa Jane Robson in Alnwick, Northumberland, UK
1983   Joined National Youth Theatre of Britain
1987 - 1990   Studied at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts
1999 - 2001   Enrolled her son in painting class and found her vocation as a painter
2003   Opens own gallery Rosy Wilde in East London
2007   Designs clothing for Topshop
2009   Invited by Oxford Union Society to debate
  Currently lives and works in London
Selected Exhibitions
2010   PAPYROPHILIA, Charlie Smith London, London, England
2010   We're In It For The Money, Sartorial Contemporary Art, London, England (solo)
2009   The Eden Project, www.edenproject.com (solo)
2008   Ithaca Collects, The Johnson Museum, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
2008   Trans Europe, Galerie Davide Di Maggio, Berlin
2007   The Future Can Wait, The Old Truman Brewery, London
2007   It Takes Two, Fishmarket, Northampton
2007   Feel good feel bad boys and girls, Lange Gasse 28, Germany
2007   New London Kicks, Soho House, New York
2007   So Sad, Guy Hilton Gallery, London
2007   Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (solo)
2007   Toffee Armistice, Lemon Sky Projects, Miami, USA
2006   Whatever happened to Melissa Jane?, Bailiffgate Museum, Alnwick, Northumberland (solo)
2006   Metropolis Rise: New Art from London, Curated by Anthony Gross and Jen Wu, Shanghai
2006   Beijing
2006   People Like Us, No More Grey, London
2006   Whatever happened to Melissa Jane?, Bailiffgate Museum, Alnwick, Northumberland (solo)
2006   Metropolis Rise: New Art from London (curated by Anthony Gross and Jen Wu), CQL Design Center, Shanghai; Dashanzi 798 Art District, Beijing
2006   People Like Us, No More Grey, London
2006   The Waltz. Live Painting, Detroit Museum of New Art, USA
2006   The Beautiful and The Damned. Henry Hudson & Stella Vine, Hiscocks Project Space, London
2005   Fame. James Jessop and Stella Vine. Collaborative Paintings, Dragon Bar, London
2005   Syzngy. Shaheen, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
2005   Everything World, Kravets/Wehby, New York
2005   Petal (part two), Roberts & Tilton, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
2005   Imagine A World..., Oxo Tower, London
2005   Eng-er-land, Gallery 102, London
2005   The Beautiful and The Damned, Henry Hudson & Stella Vine, Hiscocks Project Space, London
2005   The Unseen Art of William S. Burroughs, (Part three - 'Rifle Range'), RIFLEMAKER, London
2005   Prague Biennale 2
2005   Stellawood, Hamilton's, London (solo)
2005   Seige, Sydney Street Car Park, London
2005   Is it Live, Kravets/Wehby, New York
2005   Art Frankfurt
2005   Shaheen Modern and Contemporary Art, Cleveland, USA
2004   Petal, ALON SEGEV GALLERY, Golda Center, 23 Shaul Hamelech Blvd, Tel Aviv, 64367 Israel
2004   Art Futures, London
2004   Imagine A World..., Bargehouse, London
2004   Petal, Alon Sergev Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel (solo)
2004   Prozac and Private Views, Transition Gallery, London (solo)
2004   She's No Angel, James Coleman Gallery, London
2004   Goth Moth, Transition Gallery, London
2004   New Blood, Saatchi Gallery, London
2004   Girl on Girl, Transition Gallery, London
2004   Love & Bulletts, Transition Gallery, London
2004   Art Futures, London
2003   Snow, Transition Gallery, London
2003   Fanclub, Rosy Wilde, London
2003   Olena, Rosy Wilde, London
2003   chockerfuckingblocked, Jeffrey Charles Gallery, London
2003   Vaguely Romantic, Rosy Wilde, London
Selected Public Collections
  Saatchi Gallery, London, England
  Bailiffgate Museum, Northumberland, England
Literature
  Tema Celeste
  Black Book Magazine
  Marie Claire Magazine
  Arty
  The Times
  Scotland on Sunday
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