CV

Solo Exhibitions

2017 Stations of the Resurrection, St Paul’s Cathedral, London (with dance by Lizzi Kew Ross & Co)
2017 Stations of the Cross, St Stephen Walbrook, London
2014 Christian Disco, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam
2011 My Mum (V2-Sensitive), Beaconsfield, London
2010 The Beginning of the End, Beaconsfield, London
2007 Scorpio Rising 2, The Church of the Holy Trinity & St Mary, Berwick-upon-Tweed
2006 Masochistic Opposite, Matthew Bown Gallery, London
2005 (Version) for Lightsilver, Beaconsfield, London
2004 Disco Maquette, Sketch, London
2002 The Return of Jackie & Judy (+ Joey), Laurent Delaye Gallery, London
2002 Mark Dean, Volker Diehl Gallery, Berlin
2001 Mark Dean, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
2001 Mark Dean, Evolution, Leeds International Film Festival
2000 Ascension (nothing/Something Good), Laurent Delaye Gallery, London
2000 Mark Dean, Casa de las Conchas, Salamanca
1999 Dust, Laurent Delaye Gallery, London
1996 Mark Dean, City Racing, London

Group Exhibitions

2017 Early Cinema Space, Armley Mills Industrial Museum, Leeds
2016 Motorcycle Cultures II (International Journal of Motorcycle Studies Conference Exhibition), Triangle Space, London, 2016
2015 Deptford Conversations, Deptford X, London
2015 One:Place:Ten, Chelsea College of Arts, London
2014 Foam, P/N project space, London; AND/OR, London; Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge; Grand Union, Birmingham
2014 Bad Copy, Cardiff Story Museum
2014 the tongue shapes words all too quickly, Triangle Space, London
2014 After/Hours/Drop/Box **Live**, Spike Island, Bristol
2013 After/Hours/Drop/Box, Modern Art Oxford
2013 Nothing Compares 2 U, SIC, Helsinki
2013 Jury Selection, Thirteen Video Art Festival, Stockholm
2013 Supernormal, Braziers Park, Oxfordshire
2013 On the (im)possibility of a pure praise poem, Man&Eve, London
2013 Art Bosphorus, Istanbul
2012 After/Hours/Drop/Box, Andor Gallery, London
2012 Brittle Crazie Glass, Islington Mill, Salford 
2012 Mostra Collettiva Estiva,
 bubblebyte.org 
2012 Let’s Twist Again: Song and Sound in Artists’ Film Installations, WOMAD Festival 2012, Charlton Park, Wilts
2011 Vortex Revisions, Tate Britain, London
2011 A Fire In The Master’s House Is Set, Chapter, Cardiff
2011 Fraternise – the Salon, Beaconsfield, London
2011 Pulp, POLYply8, The Centre for Creative Collaboration, London
2010 The Hand, Works|Projects, Bristol
2010 Be Glad For The Song Has No End, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge
2009 The Enigma of Arrival, Leeds Art Gallery
2009 The Other Side, The Crypt Gallery, London
2009 Mark Emblem, The Courtyard Centre for the Arts, Hereford
2009 Exemplar, Hortensia Gallery, London
2007 Film on Film, Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, Berwick-upon-Tweed
2007 Forest, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin
2007 Play Yourself, Gimpel Fils, London
2007 Peter Stanley & Friends, Hortensia Gallery, London
2007 ArtFutures, Bloomberg Space, London
2006 Dance On Screen, The Place, London
2006 Eldorado, Musee d’Art Moderne Grand-duc Jean, Luxembourg
2005 Artfutures, Bloomberg Space, London
2005 Be Ready, Heart, For Parting, New Endeavour, Great Eastern Hotel, London
2005 Chronic Epoch, Beaconsfield, London
2004 Love Story, Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art, London
2004 Vinyl 2, Redux, London
2004 Planet B: die Asthetik des B-Movies in der zeitgenossischen Kunst, Palais Thurn & Taxis and Magazin4, Bregenz
2004 Atomic Art Bomb, Modern Art, Oxford
2003 Black Box Recorder, Red Brick Warehouse, Yokohama
2003 Corpa Nova, Spital Sq, London
2003 Game On, City Art Museum, Helsinki & De Pont Foundation for Contemporary Art, Tilburg
2003 Platform for Art, London Underground Network, London
2003 Independence, South London Gallery, London
2003 The Last Show, Galerie P, Brussels
2002 Black Box Recorder, State Museum of Fine Arts, Novosibirsk
2002 so Jackie, Galerie P, Brussels
2002 VideoROM, Gian Carla Zanutti Gallery, Milan
2002 ThugLife, Smart Project Space, Amsterdam
2002 About Belief, South London Gallery, London
2002 Game On, Barbican Art Gallery, London, & Royal Museum, Edinburgh
2002 Geometers, Nylon, London
2001 City Racing 1988 – 1998: A Partial Account, ICA, London
2001 Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis, Tate Modern, London
2001 New Acquisitions: Video Works by Mark Dean & Mark Wallinger, Leeds Art Gallery
2001 Video in the City, Centrum voor Hedendaagse Kunst, Maastricht, The Netherlands
2001 Self Portrayal, Laurent Delaye Gallery, London
2001 Invitation ‘Laurent Delaye Gallery invite par la galerie Anton Weller’, Galerie Anton Weller, Paris
2001 WR001, WRO Centre, Wroclaw, Poland
2001 Black Box Recorder, Museum of Modern Art, Buenos Aires
2001 VideoROM, Valencia Biennial, Spain
2001 Video Vibe, Contemporary Arts Centre of Vilnius, Lithuania
2001 Mute Loops, Lux Gallery, London
2001 Why Me Not You?, Polish Cultural Institute, London
2001 VideoVideoVideoVideo, Galerie Anton Weller, Paris
2000 Exit: Art and Cinema at the end of the century, Chisenhale Gallery, London, selected by Stuart Morgan
2000 The Wreck of Hope, The Nunnery Gallery, London
2000 Video Vibe, Gallery of the British School in Rome, and touring to Gallery of Modern Art, Bergamo; MAN, Nuoro; Salara, Bologna; Palazzo Ducale, Genoa; Argos, Brussels; CAC, Vilnius; Elektra Festival, Montréal.
2000 Mommy Dearest, Gimpel Fils, London
2000 Realm of the Senses, Turku Art Museum, Finland
2000 Version_2000, Centre pour l’Image Contemporaine, Geneva
2000 Split Film Festival, Croatia (gallery installation)
2000 Black Box Recorder, Museum Ludwig, Cologne
1999 Imaginaria, ICA, London
1999 Mondo, Flag Project Space, London
1999 Klega’s Flat, Sali Gia Gallery, London
1999 Synchronicity, Laurent Delaye Gallery, London
1998 Heavier than Air, Imperial War Museum, London
1998 Host, Tramway, Glasgow
1998 Driving Towards Distraction, Laurent Delaye Gallery, London
1998 Back in Love, Coins, London
1998 Instantaneous, Beaconsfield, London
1997 Ne me quitte pas, GlassBox, Paris
1997 Chez l’un, l’autre, Galerie Anton Weller, Paris
1997 Big Blue 2, Café Adler/Café Fix, Berlin
1997 jam in the park, Laurent Delaye Gallery, London
1997 Big Blue, Coins, London
1997 B.o.n.go, Bricks & Kicks, Vienna
1996 Silent/Still, Hit & Run, London
1996 Flag, Clink Wharf, London
1996 I Beg to Differ, Milch, London
1995 Lost Property 1, W139, Amsterdam
1995 Lost Property 2, Great Western Studios, London
1993 New Contemporaries 93, UK Touring Exhibition
1992 Mark Dean/Sera Furneaux/Richard Wright, City Racing, London
1992 A Simple Twist of Fate, Riverside Studios, London
1989 Alcohol, The Young Unknowns Gallery, London

Public Collections

Arts Council of England
Leeds Art Gallery 
Musee d’Art Moderne Grand-duc Jean, Luxembourg 
Saastamoinen Foundation, Espoo Museum of Modern Art

Awards

2009 Paul Hamlyn Award for Artists
2005 Arts Council England Individual Artist’s Award
1999 Cap Gemini Imaginaria Digital Art Prize
1993 BT New Contemporaries Award 

Bibliography

2017     Laura Moffatt, ‘Stations of the Cross | Stations of the Resurrection’, Art & Christianity, Summer, No 90
2017     Jonathan Evens, ‘Mark Dean Projects Stations of the Cross Videos On Henry Moore Altar’, Artlyst.com, May 2017 
2017     Muriel Zagha, ‘From Psycho to Transcendence’, elephantmag.com
2017     Stations of the Cross | Stations of the Resurrection, Stations 2017, catalogue, ISBN 978-1-5272-0874-2s 
2016     Jonathan Koestlé-Cate, Art and the Church: A Fractious Embrace, Routledge, London, ISBN 1472437624
2015     Margaret Garlake (ed), Beaconsfield: Chronic Epoch, Black Dog Publishing, London, ISBN13: 9781908966575
2014     Kiera Blakey, ‘FOAM’, this is tomorrow, June 2014 
2013     Morgan Quaintance, ‘Nothing Compares 2 U: Notes on Sincerity’, catalogue essay
2013     Phil Baines, ‘On the (im)possibility of a pure praise poem’, Art & Christianity, No 75  
2013     ‘On the (im)possibility of a pure praise poem’, Man&Eve, catalogue essay
2013     Helen Gheourgiou Gould, ‘Reimagining the Gospels’, ƒranciscan, January 
2012     Lucy Newman Cleeve, ‘Brittle Crazie Glasse’, Islington Mill, catalogue essay 
2012     Let’s Twist Again: Song and Sound in Artists’ Film Installations, WOMAD Festival, catalogue
2011     Paul Bayley, interview with Mark Dean, Art & Christianity Journal, No 67 
2011     ‘A Fire In The Master’s House is Set’, Art Review, October
2011     Carly Ross, ‘A Fire in The Master’s House’, Creative Review, August
2011     Rachel Withers, ‘Mark Dean’, Artforum, April
2011     Eliza Williams, ‘Mark Dean’, Art Monthly no 343, February
2011     Helen Sumpter, ‘Mark Dean’, Time Out no 2108, January 13-19
2009     The Beatbullying Art Auction, Catalogue
2009     Exemplar, Kensington & Chelsea College, Catalogue
2008     Arkive City, Interface, University of Ulster, ISBN 978-1-899377-30-5
2008     Catherine Moriarty & Angela Weight, ‘The Legacy of Interaction’, Tate Papers, Issue 9, ISSN 1753-9854
2007     David Curtis, A History of Artist’s Film and Video in Britain, 1897-2004, BFI Publishing, London, ISBN 1-84457-096-7 
2007     Film on Film, Berwick upon Tweed Film & Media Arts Festival, Catalogue, ISBN 978-0-9551203-1-2
2007     JJ Charlesworth, ‘Play Yourself’, Time Out no 1928, August 1-7
2007     Susanna Haddon, ‘Play Yourself at Gimpel Fils’, Artvehicle no 22, July
2007     Peter Stanley & Friends, Kensington & Chelsea College, London, Catalogue
2006     Dance On Screen 2006, The Place, London, Catalogue
2006     New Art on View, Scala, London, ISBN 1-85759-443-6
2006     Eldorado, Musee d’Art Moderne Grand-duc Jean, Luxembourg, ISBN2-919923-49-8
2005     Joel Robinson, ‘Disco Maquette’, Art Papers, January/February
2004     Sally O’Reilly, ‘Love Story’, Art Monthly no. 282, December 
2004     Fisun Gurner,‘ Love Story’ Metro, 9 November
2004     Ian Hunt, ‘Mark Dean’, Art Monthly, no 279, September
2004     Love Story, Danielle Arnaud contemporary art, London, catalogue
2004     Planet B: die Asthetik des B-Movies in der zeitgenossischen Kunst, Magazin4 Bregenzer Kunstverein, ISBN 3-937577-53-X
2004     Simon Morrissey, ‘Mark Dean: Disco Maquette’, catalogue essay, July
2004     Fisun Gurner,‘Mark Dean: Disco Maquette’ Metro, 26 July
2004     Martin Coomer, ‘Mark Dean: Disco Maquette’, Time Out No.1774, July
2003     Arts Council Collection Acquisitions 1989 – 2002, Hayward Gallery, London, 2003, ISBN 1-85332-230-X
2002     Liam Gillick, in Matthew Arnatt ed., 100 Reviews³, Alberta Press, London, ISBN 3-88375-570-2
2002     Burgess, Hale, Noble & Owen, City Racing, Black Dog, London, ISBN 1-901033-47-3
2002     Una Henry & Thomas Peutz, SMART Papers: Thug Life, Smart Project Space Foundation, Amsterdam, ISSN 1381-5822
2002     JJ Charlesworth, ‘About Belief’, Contemporary, October
2002     Lucy Fisher, ‘Enter the Funhouse’, Time Magazine (Europe), August
2002     ‘London Preview’, ArtForum, May
2002     Mark Beasley, ‘Mark Dean’, Frieze, issue 68
2002     Martin Herbert, ‘About Belief’, Time Out No 1668, Aug 7-14
2002     Tamsin Dillon, ‘Twice Upon a Time’, Filmwaves, 1/2002
2002     Martin Herbert, ‘Mark Dean’, Time Out, March 13-2
2002     Joseph Choonara, ‘Much to Console’, Socialist Review, June 
2002     PL, ‘Mark Dean’, Art Review, February
2002     Florence Hallett, ‘Mark Dean’, What’s On, March 20
2002     Katie Kitamura, ‘Geometers’, Contemporary, February
2002     Mark Currah, ‘Geometers’, Time Out, January
2001     Valencia Biennial, Generalitat Valenciana, Valencia, 2001 ISBN 88-8158-336-4
2001     Justyna Niewiara, Why Me, Not You?, Polish Cultural Institute, London, Catalogue
2001     Evolution, Lumen/Leeds International Film Festival, Leeds, Catalogue
2001     ‘Self Portrayal’, Time Out
2001     Screens/Ekrany, WRO, Wroclaw, ISBN 83-903824-6-6
2001     Peter McCarthy. ‘Red Lights City Lights’, ArtSpace magazine, issue 13
2000     Imago 2000, Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, ISBN 84-7800-924-8
2000     Video Vibe: Art, Music & Video in the UK, Castelvecchi Arte, Rome, ISBN 88-8210-230-0
2000     Black Box Recorder, British Council, London ISBN 0-86355-454-7
2000     Mommy Dearest, Gimpel Fils, London, Catalogue
2000     Version_2000, Centre pour l’Image Contemporaine, Geneva, ISBN 2-940181-13-6
2000     Roy Exley ‘Straight to Video’ Design Week, April
2000     Michael Wilson ‘Mark Dean – Ascension (nothing/Something Good), Art Monthly, no. 235, April
2000     Julian Stallabrass ‘Art I Like’, Modern Painters, Summer
1999     Kodwo Eshun & John Sutherland, Imaginaria ’99, ICA, London, ISBN 1-9000300-23-0
1999     Simon Morrissey, ‘Nothing here, nothing to fear: The work of Graham Gussin & Mark Dean’, Contemporary Visual Arts, No 25, October
1999     Dr. Future ‘Making the Right Connections’, Mute, Issue 15, December
1999     Jonathan Romney, ‘Living in a gee-whiz age’, The Guardian, October 6
1999     Lynn MacRitchie, ‘Life’s a virtual beach on fantasy island’, FT, 22 October
1999     ‘Mark Dean: Imaginaria’, Sight and Sound, November
1999     Simon Morley, ‘Imaginaria 99’, The Independent on Sunday, 10 October 26
1999     ‘Techno YBAs’, Blueprint, No. 165, October 20
1999     Martin Herbert, ‘Imaginaria: ICA’, Time Out, 20-27 October
1999     Caroline Smith, ‘ Memory Machine: Mark Dean’, Attitude, October
1999     ‘PC Art’, Gay Times, October
1999     Charlotte Mullins, ‘Visual Art Choice’, The Independent on Sunday, 26 September
1999     Roy Exley, ‘Mark Dean: Dust’, Untitled, No. 18, Spring
1999     Sue Hubbard, ‘Mark Dean: Laurent Delaye Gallery’, Time Out, February, No. 1076
1999    ‘Imaginaria: Mark Dean’, Sight and Sound, October
1998     Mark Harris, Who’s Afraid of Red, White & Blue…ARTicle Press, London, ISBN 1-873352-72-7
1998     Simon Morley, Heavier than Air, Imperial War Museum, London, ISBN 1-901623-09-2
1998     Neal Brown, ‘Instantaneous: Beaconsfield, London’, Frieze, June
1998     Mark Currah, ‘Driving Towards Distraction’, Time Out, June 3-10, No. 1451
1998     Artist’s Project for Tank , No 2, December
1996     Martin Herbert, ‘Mark Dean: City Racing’, Time Out, 7-14 February
1993     Stuart Morgan, BT New Contemporaries 1993, ISBN 0-9515556-3-4
1993     Catherine Milner, ‘Positive Exposure for New Talents’, The Times, 27 February
1993     Alison Roberts, ‘No Longer Sold on Selling’, The Times, June
1992     Peter Fleissig, ‘Simple Twist of Fate’, City Limits, 19-26 March
1992     David Lillington, ‘Riverside Open’, Time Out, 18-25 March


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