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Elizabeth McAlpine  1973, UK

Rank (2014): 6990 – 

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Female



to top Most exhibitions in:

Country
United Kingdom 21
USA 5
France 3
Germany 3
Australia 2




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Corin Hewitt  4231 3
Susan Hiller  374 3
Rosa Barba  351 3




to top Most exhibitions held at:

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  Laura Bartlett Gallery, United Kingdom 5
  Laurel Gitlen, USA 3
  Thomas Dane Gallery, United Kingdom 2
  Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts - PICA, Australia 2



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1973 Born

Lives and works in London, England (UK)

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 38  Please report missing Information



to top Solo shows   8


2012
   Elizabeth Mcalpine - Laura Bartlett Gallery, London
   The Map of Exactitude - Laurel Gitlen - Small A Projects, New York City, NY

2010
   Elizabeth Mcalpine - Laura Bartlett Gallery, London
   Square Describing a Circle - Eastside Projects, Birmingham

2009
   Flatland - Laura Bartlett Gallery, London

2007
   Elizabeth Mcalpine - Spacex, Exeter

2006
Description and image  Elizabeth McAlpine - White Elephant - Laura Bartlett Gallery, London

2005
   Elizabeth McAlpine - Time Spent Doing Things Backwards - Laura Bartlett Gallery, London

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2013
Description  A Nonspatial Continuum In Which Events Occur.... - Schleicher/Lange, Berlin
   Misdirect Movies - Meter Room, Coventry
   Pica Salon 2013 - Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts - PICA, Perth, WA
   Misdirect Movies - Standpoint Gallery, London
   Everyday Epiphanies - Photography and Daily Life Since 1969 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, NY
   The Made-up Shrimp Hardly Enlightens Some Double Kisses - Laurel Gitlen, New York City, NY
   In the Air Tonight - Galerie Gebr. Lehmann - Dresden, Dresden

2012
Description and image  in the air tonight - Galerie Gebr. Lehmann - Berlin, Berlin
   First Amongst Equals (Part II) - Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts - PICA, Perth, WA
   second nature: abstract photography then and now - DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA
   The Artists’ Postcard Show - Spike Island, Bristol
   Du Monde Clos Ŕ L’univers Infini - Centre d’art contemporain de Quimper - le Quartier, Quimper

2011
   Roofless Motifs - Laurel Gitlen - Small A Projects, New York City, NY

2010
   Unspooling - Artists and Cinema - Cornerhouse, Manchester
   If You Can Hold Your Breath - Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool
   The Morning News - BE-PART - Platform voor actuele kunst, Waregem
   Unpacking My Library - Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, Manukau City
   Desaturated - Contemporary Interdisciplinary British Art - The Art Center - Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

2009
   Capturing Time - Kadist Art Foundation, Paris
   East International 09 - College of the Arts, Norwich
   Double Object - Thomas Dane Gallery, London
   Embed - Camberwell College of Arts, London
   Cui Prodest ? - New Galerie, Paris

2007
   seconds issue 7: sci-fi, utopia, roadside picnics - E:vent, London
   Alma Mater - Alma Enterprises, London
   The Air is Wet with Sound - - Galleri Rekord , Oslo (closed)

2005
   A Certain Tendency in Representation - Thomas Dane Gallery, London

2004
   Pilot:1 - Pilot, London
   the moon will save our ass - Castlefield Gallery, Manchester

2003
   Art Sheffield 2003 - Art sheffield, Sheffield

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 Dealer Directory  3

United Kingdom

 Alma Enterprises, London
 Laura Bartlett Gallery, London

USA

 Laurel Gitlen, New York City, NY

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