CURRICULUM VITAE. DAVID SHERRY  

Studio 211, Wasps. The Briggait 141 Bridgegate.
davidhughsherry@hotmail.com
Telephone 07946429361

EDUCATION M.F.A. Glasgow School of Art 1998-2000.
B.A .Hon’s Fine Art, University of Ulster at Belfast 1994-1997.

FORTH COMING SHOWS, RESIDENCIES.
2012  ‘Douglas Hyde Gallery’ Dublin.
2012  ‘Mother’s tankstation’ Dublin. Four person show.
2012  ‘The Foreman Smokehouse Gallery’ London.
2012  ‘Mexico Project Space’ Leeds.
2012   Performance at Glasgow International.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
2011   Glasgow/Turin. 150th celebration of Italy’s unification.
2011   Exhibition at the Market Gallery Glasgow. (Solo)
2011  ‘Oh my, oh my’. Convocation House Johannesburg.
2011 ‘The Second Act’. Arts Centre de Brakke Grond, Amsterdam.
2011 ‘Somewhere Else’. Nogueras Blanchard, Barcelona.
2011 Mother’s tankstation Dublin. (Solo show).
2011 ‘Blue print for a Bogey’. Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow.
2010 The Royal Standard, Liverpool Biennial.
2010 798, Art Festival Beijing.
2010 V1 MMX Berlin.
2010 Performance series at the Edinburgh Arts Festival.
2010 ‘One fine morning in May’, GAK Bremen.
2010 ‘I am not here’ De Appel boys school Amsterdam.
2010 Artist film and video at the BBC Scotland.
2009 Public art commission Birmingham.
2009 ‘Singing Yoghurt’ Bergamo, Italy. Log Gallery.
2009 ‘Running time’, The Dean Gallery, Edinburgh.
2009 Szpilman Award, two person exhibition Istanbul.
2009 ‘Bad Faith’. Ikon Gallery. Birmingham.
2009 ‘Grin and Bear it:’. Glucksman Gallery. Cork.
2009 The Salford Restoration Office and The International 3, Manchester.
2009 ‘Factory’, MoBY Israel.
2009 Liste, performance project.
2008 Futures 50 Axis Leeds.
2008 Zoo Art Fair with Mothers Tankstation (Solo presentation).
2008 The Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh.
2007 Kumu Art Museum, Tallinn.
2007 Mother Tankstation, Dublin. (solo show).
2007 Kunstverein, Passau Germany.
2006 Catalyst Arts, Belfast. (Solo Show).
2006 Villa Concordia, Germany. (Solo Show).
2006 Temple Bar Gallery Dublin.
2006 Work Place, Newcastle.
2006 Mother Tankstation, Dublin.
2005 M and M Gallery, Antwerp (solo Show).
2005 Flaca, London.
2005 Jack Hanley, San Francisco (Solo Show).
2004 BBC 3 Commission, ‘Christmas visions’.
2004 ‘I don't know my name’ Tart Contemporary, San Francisco.
2004 ‘Afterhours’ with Glassbox, Paris.
2004 ‘I’m trying to tell you I love you’, Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin and The three walls Gallery, Chicago.
2003  Glasgow Museum of Modern Art (solo show).
2003  Schnittraum, Cologne Germany (solo  show).
2003 ‘Natural Situation’, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh (solo show).
2003  Gagosian, London group show.
2003  Zenomap at the Venice Biennale.
2003  Beck’s Futures at the ICA London, CCA Glasgow and Southampton.
2003 ‘Invitation No75’, Stedelijk Museum Burreau, Amsterdam.
2003 ’Walking on art’,Kunstverein Ludwigsburg.
2003  Galerie Jennifer Flay Paris, group show.
2003  Signal, Malmo Three person Show.
2002 ‘Thoughts of the Unknown’, Transmission, Glasgow.
2001 ‘The October Project’, St.Vincent Street, Glasgow.
2001 ‘Comfortably Being Alive’, Project space, Tramway, Glasgow (Solo Show).

REVIEWS / PUBLICATIONS
2012 Commissioned sound work, by Flawedcore Records.
2011 ‘Counting cars.’ aN review.
2010 Health and Safety Effects, Published by Deveron Arts.
2010 ‘I’m not here’ at De Apple, reviewed in Frieze.
2009 Limited edition, publication with Café Royal.
2009 Contemporary conversations.
2007 Art Review.
2007 Circa.
2007 Review in A.n. magazine.
2006 Review in the Irish News.
2005 “Armpit of the mole” published by Michael Quistrebert.
2003 June, Becks Futures reviewed in The New York Times.
2002 ‘Dead dog on a fire’, NIFCA publication.

AWARDS / RESIDENCIES
2011 Creative Scotland Grant.
2010 Artist Residency Deveron Arts, Huntly.
2009 RSA Residencies award.
2009 Professional Development Grant, Scottish Arts Council.
2006-2007 Residency, Villa Concordia Bamberg Germany.
2006 Scottish Arts Council Personal development Grant.
2004 Scottish Arts Council assistance grant.
2004 Artists Lab Residency at the CCA Glasgow.
2003 Scottish Arts Council personal development grant.
2002 February and March, NIFCA Residency, Suomenlinna, Finland.
2001 Scottish Arts Council, assistance grant.