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Dee Ferris, born 27 December 1973 in Paulton, Somerset, is a British painter.

Ferris has participated in group exhibitions at Saatchi Gallery, London; Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo; Tate Britain,[1] London; City Gallery Prague, Prague; Prague Biennale, Prague; Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York;[2] and the Royal Academy.[3] She has had solo shows at Taro Nasu Gallery, Tokyo and Corvi-Mora, London.[4]

Her works are held in the UBS art collection in London[5] and the Saatchi Gallery.[6]

Selected bibliography

  • Martin Coomer, "Ein Ding Schönheit ist ein Glück auf immer", Time Out, November 23–30, p. 44 (2005)
  • Roy Exley, "Dee Ferris", Flash Art, November - December, p. 72 (2004)
  • JJ Charlesworth, "Fever", Flash Art, November - December, pp. 84–87 (2004)
  • Matt Price, "Mixed Paint", Flash Art, November - December, p. 91 (2004)
  • Dan Smith, "Dee Ferris", Art Review, November, p. 143 (2004)
  • JJ Charlesworth, "on art's permissive society", Modern Painters, Autumn, pp. 74–76 (2004)
  • JJ Charlesworth, "I Want! I Want!", Art Monthly, October, pp. 33–35 (2003)
  • Rose Aidin, "Dogs and Doigs", Art News, Summer, p. 128 (2003)
  • Michael Wilson, "Exploring Landscape: Eight Views from Britain", Art Monthly, March, pp. 32–34 (2003)
  • Martha Schwendener, "Critics Picks", Artforum, February (2003)

References

  1. ^ Strange Solution, tate.org
  2. ^ Roberta Smith, ART IN REVIEW; Exploring Landscape -- Eight Views From Britain, New York Times, Feb 14, 2003.
  3. ^ Neil Mulholland, Expander, Frieze, Feb 2005.
  4. ^ artfacts.net
  5. ^ Sarah marsh, Corporate art is on the prowl for hot young things Rueters, Jan 24, 2008.
  6. ^ saatchi-online.co.uk

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Dee Ferris, born 27 December 1973 in Paulton, Somerset, is a British painter.

Ferris has participated in group exhibitions at Saatchi Gallery, London; Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo; Tate Britain,[1] London; City Gallery Prague, Prague; Prague Biennale, Prague; Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York;[2] and the Royal Academy.[3] She has had solo shows at Taro Nasu Gallery, Tokyo and Corvi-Mora, London.[4]

Her works are held in the UBS art collection in London[5] and the Saatchi Gallery.[6]

Selected bibliography

  • Martin Coomer, "Ein Ding Schönheit ist ein Glück auf immer", Time Out, November 23–30, p. 44 (2005)
  • Roy Exley, "Dee Ferris", Flash Art, November - December, p. 72 (2004)
  • JJ Charlesworth, "Fever", Flash Art, November - December, pp. 84–87 (2004)
  • Matt Price, "Mixed Paint", Flash Art, November - December, p. 91 (2004)
  • Dan Smith, "Dee Ferris", Art Review, November, p. 143 (2004)
  • JJ Charlesworth, "on art's permissive society", Modern Painters, Autumn, pp. 74–76 (2004)
  • JJ Charlesworth, "I Want! I Want!", Art Monthly, October, pp. 33–35 (2003)
  • Rose Aidin, "Dogs and Doigs", Art News, Summer, p. 128 (2003)
  • Michael Wilson, "Exploring Landscape: Eight Views from Britain", Art Monthly, March, pp. 32–34 (2003)
  • Martha Schwendener, "Critics Picks", Artforum, February (2003)

References

  1. ^ Strange Solution, tate.org
  2. ^ Roberta Smith, ART IN REVIEW; Exploring Landscape -- Eight Views From Britain, New York Times, Feb 14, 2003.
  3. ^ Neil Mulholland, Expander, Frieze, Feb 2005.
  4. ^ artfacts.net
  5. ^ Sarah marsh, Corporate art is on the prowl for hot young things Rueters, Jan 24, 2008.
  6. ^ saatchi-online.co.uk

External links


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