Vortragreihe Wintersemester 22-23, Oliver Osborne
17/02/23, 18 Uhr
Artist / Berlin
Oliver Osborne (1985) is an artist living and working in Berlin. He will discuss how painting behaves as a language and how his work responds to that.
Oliver Osborne (born 1985 in Edinburgh, lives and works in Berlin) has held solo exhibitions at Union Pacific, London in 2022; Tanya Leighton, Berlin in 2022; Galeria Pelaires, Palma de Mallorca in 2021; Braunsfelder, Cologne in 2020; Gió Marconi, Milan in 2019; Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn in 2018; Tanya Leighton, Berlin in 2017; Peles Empire, Berlin and Vilma Gold, London in 2016; Gió Marconi, Milan and Catherine Bastide, Brussels in 2015; Frutta, Rome and Vilma Gold, London in 2013.
Other recent exhibitions include ‘kSuL22svwBxgJ2Z’ at Pas une Orange, Barcelona in 2021; ‘Osborne/Empire’ at Moran Moran, Los Angeles in 2018; ‘Plant Scenery of the World’ at Inverleith House, Edinburgh, ‘Home is not a place’ at the German Embassy, London in 2017 and ‘Summerfest’ at Max Hetzler, Berlin in 2017; ‘The Written Trace’ at Paul Kasmin, New York and ‘The Funnies’ at MOT International, Brussels in 2015; ‘The Go Between’ at Museo di Capodimonte, Naples and Sprovieri, London, and ‘Everything Falls Faster Than An Anvil’ Pace Gallery, London in 2014; and ‘Bloomberg New Contemporaries’ at ICA, London in 2012.
17.01.23 / 18 Uhr
Am Taubertsberg 6,
Vortragsreihe WiSe 22/23, Text/Grafik, 2022 © Kunsthochschule Mainz, Robert Meyer