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JONATHAN MONK
Born 1969, Leicester, UK. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany.


EDUCATION

1991
MFA, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, UK

1988
BFA, Leicester Polytecnhic, Leicester, UK

1969
Born in Leicester, UK


SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017
Vox, Montreal, Canada (forthcoming)
Megamelange, Cologne, Germany (forthcoming)
Cristina Guerra, Lisbon, Portugal
‘Pistoletto’s Dog’, Dvir, Brussels, Belgium
‘Hand Held Gesture’, Emergency, Vevey, Switzerland
'The Sound of Laughter Isn't Necessarily Funny', The Gallery at De Montfort University, Leicester

2016

Kunsthaus Baselland, Muttenz, Switzerland (forthcoming)
‘The Life Sized Black (a Porsche for RH)’, Blondeau & Cie, Geneva, Switzerland
Art Unlimited, Art Basel, Switzerland
‘In Reflief (my collection of Sol LeWitt books – exact size, shape and occasionally
colour), Archiv, Zurich, Switzerland
Collaborative exhibition with Douglas Gordan, Taro Nasu Gallery, Tokyom Japan
‘Cool your jets’, with Liam Gillick, Quartz Studio, Turin, Italy

2015
‘Claymation’, Museo Carlo Zauli, Faenza, Italy
‘All the possible combinations of twelve lights lighting (one at a time)’, Museo
d’Arte Contemporanea di Roma, Rome, Italy
‘Many Hands Make Light Work’, Until Then, Paris, France
‘Anything by the Smiths’, Centre d’art Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel, Switzerland
Dvir Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel

2014
‘Senza Titolo 2012’, Cappela dell’Incoronazione, Riso – Museo d’Arte
Contemporanea della Sicilia, Palermo, Italy
‘I <3 1984’, Lisson Gallery, London, UK
‘Left Foot’, Galerie Nicolai Wallner, Copenhagen, Denmark
‘The Reader’, Taro Nasu, Tokyo, Japan
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