Eli Zafran
Since 2008

Eli Zafran (b 1972):


Oct 2008 Colour and Landscape, Group Exhibition, Centre for Fine Print Research UWE , The Bower
Ashton Gallery, Bristol.

Sep 2008 Goldsmiths the Mediatised View, London Design Week, London

April 2008 Cover-Up Online Event, Cover-Up ,London
May 2007 Escape, Solo Exhibition, Winchester Collage, Winchester
Aug 2006 Fall, Solo Exhibition, Nachshon Gallery,Kibbutz Nachshon Israel
June 2006 On. Group Exhibition at Cover-Up Project Space, London
Mar 2006 FRAMED, Event curated by Susan Collins for NODE.London, London
Nov 2005 New works, Group Exhibition at ADi Project Space, London
Oct 2005 Split Reality, Solo Exhibition,Cover-Up Project Space, London
Oct 2005 New Work Slade, Group Exhibition curated by James Roberts, London
June 2005 TwentyOne, Group Exhibition curated by Ann Elliott for Canary Wharf Gallery, London
May 2005 Drawing The Line, Group Exhibition, At the WLS in collaboration with the Israeli embassy,
Sep 2004 Noga Gallery - Screening at ArtForum Berlin
Dec 2003 Gaps - Displacements, Solo Exhibition at the Noga Gallery Project Space Tel-Aviv
July 2003 Chaos, Group Exhibition, at Trinity Buoy Wharf, London
June 2003 Group Exhibition, at Slade Studios, Woburn Square, London
Apr 1998 Religion, Group Exhibition curated by Zvi Tolkovsky for the Jerusalem Theatre, Jerusalem
Tim Head

Tim Head (b.1946)


studied at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne [1965-69] and St Martins School of Art [1969-70].
Solo shows include MOMA, Oxford [1972], Whitechapel Art Gallery, London [1974 and 1992], Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol [1975], Henie-Onstad Kunstcenter, Hovikodden [1978], Kettle’s Yard Gallery, Cambridge [1978], Serpentine Gallery, London [1979], Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane [1979], Third Eye Centre, Glasgow [1980], Provinciaal Museum, Hasselt [1983], ICA, London [1985], City Art Gallery, Manchester [1993], Kunstverein Freiburg, Kunstverein Heilbronn, Stadtgalerie Saarbrucken, Kunstverein Braunschweig [1995], Osterwalder’s Art Office, Hamburg [1995, 1997, 2002], “Einstein Spaces”, EnBW Headquarters, Berlin [2005].
Group shows include Documenta 6, Kassel [1977], “British Art Now”, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York and Royal Academy, London [1980], British Pavilion, Venice Biennale [1980], 15th John Moores Liverpool Exhibition - awarded 1st Prize [1987], “Days Like These”, Tate Triennial, London [2003] and 7e Biennale d’Art Contemporain de Lyon [2003], Fieldgate Gallery, London [2008].
Public commissions include National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, Bradford [1985], Science Museum, London [1995], Artezium Arts and Media Centre, Luton [1998], Eurythmics Peace Tour [1999], “Light Up Queen Street” Corporation of London [2005]. Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford [2008].
Artist’s Residency, Structural Bioinformatics and Computational Biochemistry Unit, Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford [2006-07].