MARIA MARSHALL

Born in Bombay (India), 1966
Lives & works in London (United Kingdom)
Very active in: 90s, 2000s, Current decade

Representative galleries:
fa projects

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Education
Ecole des Meaux Arts, Geneve
Chelsea School of Art, London
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), Wimbledon School of Art, London

Solo Exhibitions
2007 Potnia Thiron, Athens, Greece
2006 fa projects, London
2005 Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan Ratio 3, San Francisco
Musée Dauphinois, Grenoble
Teché-Lévy Galerie, Brussels
Arndt + Partner, Berlin
Herzliya Museum, Herzliya, Israel
2004 Team Gallery, New York
Cosmic, Paris
Teché-Lévy Galerie, Brussels
2003 Salon 94, New York
2002 Fonds Nacional d'Art Contempoarian, Marseille
Palais de Tokio, Paris
Team Gallery, New York
The Swiss Institute, Project Space, New York
Site Gallery, Sheffield
Goteborgs Konsthall, Goteborg
2001 Arndt + Partner, Berlin
Freiburger Kunstverein, Freiburg
Art + Public, Geneva
Team Gallery, New York
2000 Dot, London
Dorothee De Pauw, Brussels
Galerie Vaclava Spaly, Prague
Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris
Yves St. Laurent, Paris
Oliver Art Center, CCAC Institute, Oakland
Gallery 400, University of Illinois, Chicago
1999 Team Gallery, New York
Ace Gallery, Los Angeles
Real Art Ways, Hartford
1998 Team Gallery, New York

Group Exhibitions

2007 Fantasy - C'est pas jou, Center photographique d´ll de France, Paris
Closed Circuit: Video and New Media at the Metropolitan, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Shenzen Biennal, Shenzen, China
Dolls, Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan

2006 RUNDLEDERWELTEN, Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
2005 Leitsysteme zum Neuen?
Consuming Passions, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton
Fear Gear, Roebling Hall, New York
Bidibidobidiboo, curated by Francesco Bonami, Fonazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin
FIGURE IT OUT, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill
ORIGIN: MOTHER AND CHILD, curated by Andrea Salerno and Carmen Zita Ferragamo Gallery/Project Space, New York
Will Boys Be Boys?, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, Denver and Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, Galleria Rafaella Cortese, Milan
Fade to Black, Umea Kulturforvaltning, Umea
Press Play, Green on Red Gallery, Dublin
2004 National Collections, South London Gallery, South London
Mind the Gap, Kunsthaus L6, Feiburg
Dimension Folly, Galleria Civica di Arte Contemporanea, Trento
Presences et Apparitions/une visite particuliere, Fonds Regional d'Art Contemporain, Marseille; Borusan Center for Culture and Arts, Istanbul
Silent Screams Difficult Dreams, Arndt + Partner, Berlin
Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste Dresden, Zwischenwelten, Dresden
2003 The American Affect, curated by Larry Rinder, The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (catalogue)
ThrowBack, Team Gallery, New York
Ninos, Centro de Arte de Salamanca, curated by Cristina Zelich, Salamanca (catalogue)
Chile in Time, Gemeentemuseum Helmond, curated by Frank Foenjet, Helmond (catalogue)
Urban Collisions, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, curated by Kathrin Becker, Berlin (catalogue)
2002 l?Herbier & Le Nuage, Musée des Artes Contemporains de la Communauté Française de Belgique, Honru (catalogue); Fogh Art Museum, Harvard University, curated by Linda Norden, Cambridge
Nuit Blanche: plus qu'une image, Aux Anciennes Pompes Fúnebres de la ville de Paris, curated by Carolina Bourgeois, Paris
Self/In Material Consciente, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l'Arte, curated by Eric Mangion, Guarece d'Alba
Slow Motion, Ludwig forum fur Internationale Kunst, Aachen
New Acquisitions, Musee des Arts Contemporains, Grand Hornu
Family, The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, curated by Jessica Hough, Ridgefield
Private Affairs: A Contemporary Video Exhibition, Kunar Haus Dresden, curated by Angelika Richter, Dresden
The Collective Unconscious, Migros Museum, curated by Hieke Munder, Zurich
2001 Casino 2001, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, curated by Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, Ghent (catalogue)
Urban Nature, Goteborgs Konsthall, Goteborg
Inaugural Program, Le Studio at Galere Yvon Lambert, Paris
Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear, Team Gallery, New York
Video Jam, Palm Beach Institute of the Arts, curated by Michael Rush, Palm Beach
Unlimited, Art 1 32 1 Basel, Basel (catalogue)
Beau Fixe, Center Photographique d'lle-de-France, Paris
In a Lonely Place, National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, curated by Greg Hobson, Birmingham
Chelsea Risign, Contemporary Arts for Culture and Arts, curated by David S. Rubin, New Orleans (catalogue)
Double Trouble, Borusan Centre for Culture and Arts, curated by Binnaz Tukin, Istanbul (with catalogue)
My Generation, Atlantis Gallery, Mark Nash and Alexandre Pollazzon, London
Wonderland, Baklar and Huntington Galleries, Massachusetts College of Art, curated by Lisa Tang, Massachusetts (catalogue)
2000-2001 Pretty Crimes, The Laing Art Gallery, Tyne-Wear Museums, Newcastle; travelling to: Glasgow Museum of Modern Art, Glasgow and York City Art Gallery, York (catalogue)
2000 GMI Screen, Leicester Square, curated by katia Garcia and Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, London
Some Secrets, Kunsthalle St. Gallen, curated by Dorethea Strauss, St. Gallen
Sensitive: Photographie & Art Visuels, Le Printemps de Cahors, curated by Christine Macel, Cahors
Topologies, Whote Box, curated by Lair Rosenkranz, New York
Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on Contemporary Art at the Millennium, curated by Christian Eckhart and Osvaldo Romberg, Ridgefield (catalogue)
1999 The Sexual Child, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, organised by Peter Coviello and Amy Honchell, Brunswick
Hi8, CAPC, curated by Alexandre Estrela, Cuimbra
Shiny, Shiny, Team Gallery, New York
Common People British Art between phenomenon and reality, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l'Arte, curated by Francesco Bonami, Torino
Space Place, Kunsthalle Tirol, curated by Hubert Salden, Salzlager
1998 Screening, Beaconsfield, London
The Art and Science of the Unborn Child, 210 Gallery, Welcome Trust, London

Selected Public Collections
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
The Metropolitian Museum, New York
Fonds Regional d'Art Contemporain, PACA Marseille
Bowdoin Collage Museum of Art, Brunswick
The Progressive Collection, Cleveland
Fondazione Sandretto Re REbaudengo per l'Arte, Torino
The Contemporary Arts Society, London
Site Gallery Sheffield
Stedelijk Museum loor Actuele Kunst, Ghent
The Robert J. Schiffler Collection, Greenville

Publications
2002 Dorothea Strauss, Ed. Maria Marshall, modo verlag GmbH, Feiburg, Germany

Selected Bibliography
2006 Barry Schwabsky, "Maria Marshall: f a projects", Artforum, December
Sally O'Reilly, "Maria Marshall: f a projects", December-January
Martin Herbert, "Maria Marshall: Make Believe, Make Like, Make Violence", Parachute, Violence/Psycho Issue, July-August-September 2006
Pierre-Yves Desaive, "Maria Marshall, Brussels: Taché-Lévy Gallery", Contemporary, Issue 81

2005 Paola Noe, "Maria Marshall: Raffaella Cortese", Flash Art, October-November.
Francesca Pagliuca, "Maria Marshall: Galleria Raffaella Cortese", Tema Celeste, October
Marco Ligas Tosi, "Maria Marshall:Raffaella Cortese", Arte E Critica, August-September
Barbara Pollack, "Fear Gear:Roebling Hall", Time Out New Cork, July 7-13.
Laszio Murphy, "Maria Mashall", Zero2, June.
Silvia Dell'Orso, "Maria Marshall", La Republica, May 28.
Kenneth Baker, "Marshall at Ratio 3", San Francisco Chronicle, May 7.
Richard Dyer, "Maria Marshall", Contemporary, May.
Nancy Princenthal, "Maria Marshall at Team", Art in America, February.
Prets a preter: Acquisitions et rapport d'activities 2000/2004, Frac Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, Marseille

2004 Robert Pinto, "Dimensione Follia", Work, Autumn.
Kim Levin, "Shortlist: Maria Marshall", Village Voice, June 16-22

2003 Anstoss, Issue 3: Rundlederelten Ex, October - December
Martha Schwendener, "Review", Time Out New York, May 1.
Carol Schwarzman, "Review", Art Papers, January-February.
Michael Rush, Video Art, Thames and Hudson, London

2002 Aura Satz, "Maria Marshall", Tema Celeste, November-December.
Maria Godfrin-Guidicelli, "Le monde merveilleux de Maria Marshall", Marseille L'Hebdo, November.
Peter Suchin, Maria Marshall: Fine Lines at Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK, Contemporary, September.
Charlie Finch, "It is Time, Once Again, To Kill the Past", www.artnet.com, Spetember 20.
Rachel Shuman, "Art Choice", Time Out New York, September 12.
Christine Macel, "Just the Two of Us: Vidéo Sentimentale", Art Press, May.
Nike Vallström, "Konsthall: Händelserika dagar pa Konsthallen", Götenborgs-Posten, April 13.
Von Frank Keil, "Einatemn, ausatmen", Frankfurter Rundschau, April 11.
Mikael Olofsson, "Obenhaglisgt gang pa gang pa gang pa", Göteborgs-Posten, March 26.
Caterina Testart, "Fem fragor", Göteborgs-Posten, March 8.
Andreas Schlaegel, "Maria Marshall at Arndt & Partner", Flash Art International, January-February.
Melissa Dunn and Charles Gute, "Casino 2001", Flash Art International, January-February.

2001 Martin Engler, "Der Knabe in der Schlangengrube: Carravaggio trifft Kubrick: Maria Marshall erzeugt Bilder von alttestamentarischer Wucht", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, December 28.
Karsten Umlauf, "Was soll der Kinderblick?", Kultur Joker, December 21.
Martin Engler, "Schön und Bedrohlich", Badische Zeitung, November 28.
Martin Engler, "Die Vivisektion des Privaten", Kunstbulletin, November.
Tassilo Schneider, "Faszinierende Zumutungen", Stadkuner, October 4.
Kim Levin, "Shortlist",The Village Voice, September.
Midori Matsui, "Maria Marshall", Casino 2001, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium.
Martha Schwendener, "Review", Time Out New York, April 12.
Christopher Bolen, "We Did You Not", V Magazine, No. 10, Spring.
Stefano Pasquini, "Hidden Gems in a Crowded Fair: Arco Madrid", New York Arts, April.
Charlie Finch, "Sings of Life on 26th Street", www.arnet.com, March 26.
Kim Levin, "Voice Choices: Spring Arts", The Village Voice, March 6.
Christine Temin, "Mass Art's 'Wonderland' brings fairy tales to life", The Boston Globe, January 30.
Mary Sherman, "MCA creates a Wonderland", The Boston Herald, January 28.

2000 Claude Lorent, "Les angoisses de Maria Marshall", La Libre Culture, November.
Lizzy Balogh, "Vidoe Displayed: Marketing Mixes Forms", PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, September, Volume XXII, No.3.
Keith Patrick, "Sensitive, Printemps de Cahors", Contemporary Visual Arts, September, issue 30.
Véronique Dupont, "Monstres sacrés", Numero, September.
Christine Macel, "Maria Marshall", Sensitive:Photographs & Art Visuels, Le Printempts de Cahors, France, June.
Michael Rush, "Review", Art in America, March.
Adam LEhner, "News" Open Season: Adam Lehner on Lawrence Rinder", Artforum, March.
Jolene Thym, "No Puff Piece", The Oakland Tribune, January 20.
Kenneth baker, "Growing up in 18 seconds. Brief, powerful videos at CCAC", San Francisco Chronicle, January 19.
1999 Andrea Scott, The New Yorker, December 13.
William Harris, "Making Viewers wonder Why They're Uneasy", The New York Times, December 5.
Kim Levin, "Voice Choices: Short List", The Village Voice, November 30.
Matt Damsker, "Photo, Video Ehibits Show Off R.A.W. Galleries", Hartford Courant