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Harry Pye

Born 31st August 1973. Lives and works in London.

Education
Winchester School of Art 1992 - 1995, Ba (hons) Winchester
Camberwell School of Art 1991 - 1992, Foundation, London

Selected Exhibitions
2008 Coming soon: Sartorial Contemporary Art, London, Solo Exhibition
2008 'Harry Pye and His Friends. Poetic Licence,' Crimes Town, London, Group Exhibition
2008 'Everyday Life,' Galleri Tom Christoffersen, Copenhagen, Group Exhibition
2008 'Harry Pye,' Galeria Thomas Cohn, Sao Paulo, Solo Exhibiton
2007 'How men are made,' Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2007 'The Future Can Wait,' London
2007 'It Takes Two Part 2,' Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2007 'It Takes Two,' Fishmarket, Northampton
2007 'Me, Me. Me,' Solo exhibition of Harry Pye's new paintings, Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2006 'For Peel,' group show curated by Harry Pye featuring 60 artists at Nomoregrey, London
2006 '42,' group show curated by Sarah Sparkes at the Three Colts Gallery, Bethnal Green, London
2006 'Through the Looking Glass,' group show at the Three Colts Gallery, Bethnal Green, London
2006 'Water,' show coincided with launch of Jasper Joffe's novel at Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2006 'People Like Us,' group curated show at Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2005 'Dolores,' group show curated by Klarita Pandolfi (with Harry Pye) at Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2005 'Night on Earth' group show curated by Harry Pye, Oh Art Gallery at the Oxford House, London
2005 'Encounters with the Sub Ordinary,' group show curated by Mat Humphrey and sponcered by The Royal Academy at the Pump House Gallery, London
2005 'Campbell's Soup,' group show curated by Neil Muholland at Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow
2005 'Last Chicken in the Shop,' a publication and event that took place at The Chateau, Glasgow
2005 'The Harry Pye and his Friends Personal Organiser and Yearbook,' The First Publish and be Dammed Festival by Harry Pye and Adrian Shaw
2004 'I'm shy,' Flaca Gallery, London
2004 'Wayne Rooney,' VTO Gallery, London
2004 'Pub Signs,' 69 Gallery, London
2004 'We Can Work It Out,' the Three Colts Gallery, London
2001 'Slim Volume,' Redux in London and Outpost Gallery, Norwich
2000 'Funny,' Andrew Mummery Gallery, London
2000 'Record Collection,' The VTO Gallery, London, The International, Manchester, and Espace D'art Contempoain, Geneva

Selected exhibitions conceived and curated by Harry Pye
2008 'Four by Four,' Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2008 'Up Close and Personal,' Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2008 'My Magic Life,' Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
2008 'Mothers,' Sartorial Contemporary Art
2006 'For Peel,' Nomerogrey, London
2005 'Night on Earth,' The Oxford House, London
2004 'Mothers,' The Oh Art Centre, Oxford House, London and at The North Edinburgh Arts Centre, Scotland
2002 'Viva Pablo,' Bart Wells Institue, London
2000 'It May Be Rubbish But It's British Rubbish,' Glass box, Paris and at the Stark Gallery, London
2000 'Enough of Too Much?' Shop Tactics Gallery Soho, London

Selected Events and Publications
2008 Series of talks with John Hegley, Billy Childish, Danny John-Jules and Stewart Lee, conceived and curated by Harry Pye, Tate Modern, London
2007 'Staff Turner Prize,' Tate Britain, London
2006 'Keep Feeling Fascination' by Harry Pye, which was launched at the Publish and be Dammed Festival, Rochelle School, London
2006 Contributor to'How Interesting' a book edited by Paul Hamilton
2006 Contributor to 'Frozen Tears 3' edited by John Russel
1995-2000 Editor and Publisher of Frank Magazine

 



 

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