KATE TERRY CV
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Education
2000-2002                   Master of Fine Arts (MFA) University of Guelph, Canada
1996-1999                   BA (Hons) Fine Art: Sculpture, Manchester Metropolitan University
1995-1996                   Foundation Diploma in Art & Design, City of Bath College

Solo Exhibitions
2016-17                       Suspended Space, Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan State University, America
2016                            Alpha Beta, Diehl Cube, Berlin
2013                            Open Forms, Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar, Doha, Qatar
2011                            Plan of the Present Work, IMT Gallery, London
2010                            Reassuring Synthesis, smallspace Gallery, Berlin
2009                            10 x 10 x 10, Gooden Gallery, London,
2007                            Empty Voluminous, 1000000mph, London
2007                            Interference, Mercer Union, Toronto, Canada *
2005                            From Margin to Centre, A Delicate Matter, ESA Arts, Leeds
2005                            Pinpoint, text + work gallery, Arts Institute at Bournemouth *
2002                            Diaphanous, Skol Centre des Arts Actuels, Montreal, Canada *
2002                            Cloud Filling, Art System, Toronto, Canada
2001                            Eight Hours, Zavitz Gallery, Guelph, Canada


Two Person Exhibitions
2016                            Soft Errors, Andy Harper and Kate Terry, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
2015                            Plane to Line to Point: Ben Cove and Kate Terry, dalla Rosa Gallery, London
2013                            Between Systems, Kate Terry and Lukas Troberg, Galerie Michaela Stock, Vienna
2012                            accumulative something: Sharon Louden & Kate Terry, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
2012                            The Inception of Line, Kate Terry and Keke Vilabelda, Coldharbour London, London
2010                            Mark Selby and Kate Terry, Schwartz Gallery, London
2006                            More and Less, with Michelle Allard, Eyelevel gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Selected Group Exhibitions
2017                            entr'acte : intermission,
Abstract Project, Paris (upcoming)
2017                            Static Kinetic, Alice Black, London
2016                            In Formation, Sexauer Gallery, Berlin
2016                            Imperfect Reverse, Camberwell Project Space, London
2016                            Sunny Side Up, Rook and Raven, London
2015                            Illegitimate Objects, Oxford University Maths Institute
2015                            Perfectionism (part II.), Griffin Gallery, London
2014                            The Opinion Makers II, Londonewcastle project space, London
2014                            Froward, Eton College, Windsor, curated by Flora Fairbairn
2014                            Sophia Starling / Kate Terry / Sarah Kate Wilson, Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall
2014                            Making Matters, Platform A, Middlesbrough, curated by Katrina Blannin and Francesca Simon
2013                            Overt Exchange, A.P.T. Gallery, London, curated by Claire Undy
2013                            Once More, unto the breach, dear friends, once more, Lokaal 01, Breda, Holland
2013                            Other Spaces: Re-imagining Architecture, Bosse & Baum Arts, London
2012                            Breeder, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
2012                            Alter, Vegas Gallery, London
2012                            Level, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh
2012                            Anschlüssel London/Berlin, Centre for Recent Drawing, Berlin
2011                            Air I Breathe, Gazelli Art House at Rochelle School, London
2011                            Anschlüssel London/Berlin, Fruehsorge Contemporary Drawings, Berlin
2011                            Vessel, Stonehouse, Plymouth
2011                            Common Logic, IMT Gallery, London
2010                            Here and Again, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
2009                            Shadow Boxing, Home House, London
2008                            Soot From the Funnel, Lokaal 01, Holland
2008                            Heart of Glass, Shoreditch Town Hall, London, Concrete & Glass Festival, curated by Flora Fairbairn
2008                            A Life of Their Own, Lismore Castle, curated by Richard Cork *
2008                            Parallax, Fieldgate Gallery, London
2008                            Suffragette City, The Spare Room projects, Bow, London *
2008                            Pandamonium, Decadence, Powerplant, Toronto
2007                            The Joy, Nettie Horn, London
2006                            Shibboleth, Dilston Grove, London *
2006                            Storefront, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada
2005                            Multiples, Lot Gallery, Bristol
2004                            Shop!, Space two-ten-two, London
2004                            Sorry for the Inconvenience, Junction Arts Festival, Toronto,
2004                            Self Publish or Punish, Open Space, Victoria, BC, Canada
2003                            This is Paradise, Peter Richmond Gallery, Toronto, Canada
2002                            Keep Six, Kaufman Building, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
2002                            Curious and More Curious, Art System, Toronto, Canada
2002                            Two Heads are Better than Dumb, Zavitz Gallery, Guelph, Canada

(* indicates catalogue)

Curatorial Projects

Common Logic, IMT, London, 2011, curated by Kate Terry and Gary Colclough
Group exhibition with Rana Begum, Ian Monroe, Amy Stephens, Kate Terry and Amy Yoes

Selected Bibliography
2013                            "Fadenkonstruktionen”, Weak Materiality issue, archithese Mai/Juni 3.2013,
                                     International thematic review for architecture
2011                            Wainwright, Jean, "Air I Breathe", Gazelli Art House exhibition catalogue
2008                            Kearns, Hollie, “A Life of their own”, Circa magazine, Ireland August 2008­
2008                            Thorne, Sam, “A Life of their own”, Frieze magazine online, July
2008                            "In Praise of Suffragette City", The Guardian, July 2nd, 2008
2008                            "A Tale of Two Castles", exhibition news, Art World magazine, Issue 5, June/July
2008                            Cork, Richard, "Top Forms", Royal Academy of Arts magazine, No.99, Summer
2008                            O'Sullivan, Mark, "The Shape of Things to Come", Irish Examiner, April 30th     
2008                            Cork, Richard, "Expect The Unexpected", Financial Times, April 26/27th
2007                            Schmidt, Gunnar, "Ästhetik des Fadens: Zur Medialisierung eines Materials in der Avantgardekunst", 2007,
                                    ISBN 978-3-89942-800-1      
2007                            Geldard, Rebecca, “Kate Terry: Exhibition of the Week”, Time Out magazine, August 8-14, 2007, No. 1929
2007                            Peck, Robin & Pilipczuk, Sophie, “Monstra” Espace Sculpture, Number 79. Spring 2007
2007                            Pilipczuk, Sophie, “A Material World”, Visual Arts News, Volume 28, No.3, Winter 2007
2006                            Uhlyarik, Georgiana, “From the invisible to the spectacular”, exhibition catalogue, Mercer Union, Toronto,
2005                            Bethune-Leamen, Katie,Kate Terry: Pinpoint”, exhibition catalogue, The Arts Institute at Bournemouth
2004                            Firth-Eagland, Alissa & Chhangur, Emelie,Sorry for the Inconvenience”, exhibition catalogue, Toronto
2003                            Beaudet, Pascale,Evanescence and Geometry”, Diaphanous catalogue, Skol Centre des Arts Actuels, Montreal

Awards and Grants
2000-2002                   Commonwealth Scholarship
2002                            Du Maurier Arts Council Grant
2002                            Canadian Federation of Graduate Women Artists Award

Collections
National Gallery of Canada, Private Collections in UK, Germany, France, Austria, Belgium

Kate Terry lives and works in London and teaches at Camberwell College of Arts and CCW, University of the Arts London