Approved: 16.08.2006

Henna Nadeem

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Approved: 16.08.2006

My work consists of divergent visual forms, from stand-alone photographs and meticulously handcrafted collages, digital prints to semi-functional architectural/sculptural works and large-scale installations. Linking these forms and disparate visual references is an interest in landscape, geometry and colour.

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Artist Statement

My work consists of divergent visual forms, from stand-alone photographs and meticulously handcrafted collages, digital prints to semi-functional architectural/sculptural works and large-scale installations. Linking these forms and disparate visual references is an interest in landscape, geometry and colour.

CV & Education

Protected Programme Projects (PPP) 2004 - A Guide to Sunderland 2004 - Trees water rocks 2001 - Landscape Trauma in the Age of Scopophilia Qualifications and training 1991 - MA Fine Art, Royal College of Art, London 1985 - BA Hons Fine Art, John Moores University, Liverpool Solo exhibitions 2007 - A Picture Book of Britain, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea (publication available) 2006 - Henna Nadeem: A Picture Book of Britain, Charleston Farmhouse, Firle, East Sussex, as part of Brighton Photo Biennial (2 publications available) 2005 - Henna Nadeem, Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance 2004 - Trees Water Rocks, Piccadilly Circus underground station, London Group exhibitions 2009 - Superabundant: A Celebration of Pattern, Turner Contemporary, Margate (publication available) 2008 - Book2, Margaret Harvey Gallery, University of Hertfordshire, St Albans 2007 - Drawing 2007, The Drawing Room, Tannery Arts, London 2007 - Urban Myths Modern Fables, UTS Gallery, Sydney, Australia and touring to Doris McCarthy Gallery, Toronto, Canada and 24HR ART:The NT Centre for Contemporary Art, Darwin, Australia (2 publications available) 2007 - Wood for the Trees and Falling Leaves, Gimpel Fils, London 2006 - Alien Nation, ICA, London and touring to Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester and Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, (publication available) 2006 - Book, an exhibiton of artists books, Mortimer Road, London 2006 - Fragments, Cafe Gallery Projects, Southwark Park , London and touring to Tom Thomson Gallery, Ontario, Canada 2006 - Green, incl David Spero, Mandy Lee Jandrell & Peter Finnemore, Winchester Gallery, Winchester 2005 - Picture of Britain, Tate Britain, London (publication available) 2005 - Ricochet, Stills Gallery, Edinburgh 2005 - The Beautiful Script, Dray Walk, London 2003 - I want! I want!, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art , Sunderland and touring to Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne 2002 - Message to India, Cymroza Art Gallery, Mumbai and touring to Queens Gallery, New Delhi; Art Folio, Chandrigah and Jawar Kala Kendra, Jaipur, India (publication available) 2002 - Pattern Crazy, Crafts Council, London (publication available) 2001 - Landscape Trauma in the Age of Scopophilia, Leeds Metropolitan University Gallery and touring to The Gallery, London (publication available) 2001 - Re:construction, Pump House Gallery, London 2001 - Record Collection, VTO Gallery, London and touring to The International 3, Manchester and Forde Espace d'Art Contemporain, Geneva 2000 - A Different Kind of Show, The Whitechapel Gallery, London 2000 - The Poster Show, Cabinet Gallery, London Residencies 2007 - International Artists Residency, Artspace, Sydney, Australia 2004 - Residency, London Print Studio, London 2003 - Residency and photographic commission, Autograph and University of Sunderland, Sunderland 1997 - On-site Artist-in-residence, Camden Arts Centre, London Public commissions 2009 - Harlow Windows: Church, Little Walk, Advice Centre , Town centre, Harlow, Essex 2008 - Spectra (silk screen print), London School of Economics, London 2007 - Earth (window manifestations), Dept for Culture, Media and Sport, Cockspur Street, London 2006 - Heaven (window manifestations), Dept for Culture, Media and Sport, Cockspur Street, London 2006 - Henna Nadeem: A Picture Book of Britain, (publication), commissioned by Photoworks, Brighton 2004 - Billy Bragg (billboard), Project Art Gallery, Dublin 2000 - Sky Pavilion, collaboration with David Adjaye (large-scale steel structure) , Limehouse Fields, Stepney