Liz Neal


Born 1973, Wales. Lives and works in London

Education
1999 - 2001 MA printmaking, Royal College of Art
1996 - 2000 BA (Hons) Fine Art, Middlesex University

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2010 New Paintings, Sartorial Contemporary art, London
2009 Some Product, Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2006 Aggregate, ArtSway City Gallery, Leicester
2006 Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh
2004 For Some Other Cause, IBID Projects Vilnius , Lithuania
2004 Bodies, M'ars Gallery, Moscow
2004 The Lair of the Lotus Eater, Store Gallery, London
2004 SHOW studio Collaboration with Nick Knight
2003 Gloriana, One in the Other, London
2001 Death to the fascist insect, Anthony D'Offay Gallery, Haunch of Venison Yard, London  

Selected Group Exhibitions
2008 Calvert22, London
2007 An Archeology, 176 Gallery, Camden , London
2006 The Triumph of Painting - Part 6 , The Saatchi Gallery, London
2005 Dolore curated by Klarita Pandolfi and Harry Pye, Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2005 404 Arte Contemporanea , Naples
2004 Mothers curated by Harry Pye, The Ragged School
2004 New Blood , Saatchi Gallery, London
2004 Girl on Girl, Transition Gallery, London
2003 New Displays , Saatchi Gallery, London
2002 It's only words, Ausgang curated by Liz Neal, Studio Voltaire, London
2000 RCA Secret , Royal College of Art, London

Reviews
Erotic Review, feature, May 2004
Tom Morton, Arena, June 2004
William Packer, Financial Times, 23 March 2004
Waldermar Janusceck, Sunday Times, 21 March 2004
Hephzibah Anderson, 'Busy Lizzie', Evening Standard Metro, 19-25 March 2004
Jen Ogilvie, 'Liz Neal at One in the Other', Time Out, 8 October 2003
unauthored review, 'Liz Neal', Kultureflash issue 59, October 2003
Hannah Lack/Cath Clark, 'Eyespy', Dazed and Confused, September 2003
Helen Sumpter, 'Exhibitions and Exhibitionists', Big Issue, 12 August 2002
Francis Summers, 'Kill Them All' Sleaze Nation, June 2002
William Packer, 'Posers playing at being painters', Financial Times, 28 April 2001
Mark Wilsher, 'Death to the Fascist Insect', What's On in London, 25 April 2001
Sarah Kent, 'Death to the Fascist Insect' Time Out, 25 April 2001
Tanis Taylor, 'Death to the Fascist Insect' Metro, 9 April 2001
Gemma de Cruz, 'Maloney's Magnificent Seven', Art Review, April 2001
Magnus Brooke, 'Death to the Fascist Insect'. Pure, volume 1, April 2001

Collections
Saatchi Collection
Anita Zabludowicz Collection
Private collections in France, USA, and UK

Art Fairs

Zoo Art Fair, 16 - 18 October 2004 in Regent's Park Zoo, London

 

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