Galerie Eva Presenhuber

Douglas Gordon

(Scottish, b. 1966)

ever after all, in the light by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

EVER AFTER ALL, IN THE LIGHT, 2008

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exhibition view by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

Exhibition view, 2009

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exhibition view by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

Exhibition view, 2009

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exhibition view by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

Exhibition view, 2009

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exhibition view by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

Exhibition view, 2009

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exhibition view by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

Exhibition view, 2009

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exhibition view by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

Exhibition view, 2009

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looking down with his black, black 'ee by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

Looking down with his black, black 'ee, 2008

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looking down with his black, black ee by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

Looking down with his black, black ee, 2009

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self portrait you+me (belmondo) by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

Self portrait you+me (Belmondo), 2008

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self portrait you+me (briali) by douglas gordon

Douglas Gordon

Self portrait you+me (Briali), 2008

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Biography

Timeline

1966
Born in Glasgow, Scotland
1984 - 1988
BA, Glasgow School of Art
1988 - 1990
Slade School of Art in London
Lives and works in New York, NY

Exhibitions

2013
I'm also ... Douglas Gordon, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel (solo)
Museo D'Arte Contemporanea Donna Regina – MADRE, BAROCK – Art, Science, Faith and Technology in the Contemporary Age, Naples
Circuit, in the face of spatial grandeur, Lausanne
Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst, 40 Jahre Videokunst in Deutschland. Teil 2, Oldenburg
Tate Britain (Octogon and Gallery 9), Sublime. Part of the Tate collections galleries at Tate Britain, London
Wexner Center for the Visuals Art, Hard Targets, Ohio
Kunsthaus Dresden, RECORD>AGAIN, Dresden
Guggenheim Museum, Haunted Contemporary, New York
Seattle Art Museum, Kurt, Seattle
Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Atopia. Art and the City in the 21st Century, Barcelona