Tim Stoner

                  Born 1970. Lives and works in London and Ronda, Spain


1997-98     Rijksakademie, Amsterdam

1992-94     Royal College of Art, London

1989-92     Norwich School of Art and Design

Solo Exhibitions

2020          Modern Art, London (forthcoming)

2018          Works on Paper 2013-18, Modern Art, London

2016          Wisdom of the Crowd, Modern Art, London

2007          Alison Jacques Gallery, London

2004          Sombrero, Engholm Engelhorn Gallerie, Vienna

2003          Affinity, Junge Kunst, Wolfsburg

2002          Rise and Fall, The Approach, London

                  The Power of Partnership, Stedelijk Museum Bureau, Amsterdam

2001          Natives, Kerstin Engholm Gallerie, Vienna

2000          Cash If You Die, Cash If You Don’t, The Approach, London

                  Coupled, fig-1, London

1999          Freeholders, Henry Peacock Gallery, London

Group Exhibitions

2019          Slow Painting, Hayward Touring Exhibition

2019          Fully Awake, Freedlands Foundation, London

2018          Telescope (curated by Nigel Cooke), Hastings Contemporary

2017          Awkward, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York

2016          Theories of Modern Art, Modern Art, London

2015          The London Open, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

2014          Live and Let Die, Modern Art, London

2013          Speak, Clown! Fold Gallery, London

2013          Scary, Neue Froth Kunsthalle, Brighton

2012          Seduction, Simon Oldfield Gallery, Carlos Place, London

2012          One Giant Leap, Works From The Saatchi Gallery at The Hyatt Regency, London   

2012          The Perfect Nude, Charlie Smith Gallery, London (& Wimbledon Space / Pheonix, Exeter)

2011          From London, (catalogue text by Martin Herbert), Art Nueve Gallery, Murcia, Spain     

2011          Peeping Tom, Kunsthal KAdE, Amersfort, NL

2011          Strictly Global!, The Deutsche Bank Towers, Frankfurt

                  (selected by Okwui Enwezor, Hou Hanru, Udo Kittelmann & Nancy Spector)

2011          Der Menschen Klee, Kunst Im Tunnel, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf

2010          Obfuscation, James Fuentes LLC, New York

2010          What Have I Done, (With Neal Tait and Daniel Coombs), The Fine Art Society, London

2010          Peeping Tom (Curated by Keith Coventry), Vegas, London

2009          We’re Moving, The Royal College of Art, London

2009          The Clotted Body (With Rezi Van Lankveld), Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam

2008          Her House (Curated by Chantal Joffe), Her House Gallery, London

2008          Politics, Galería Maisterravalbuena, Madrid

2007          Slimvolume Poster Publication, London

                  Top Twenty, 39, London

                  Salon Nouveau, Engholm Engelhorn, Vienna

2006          Melancholy, Irit Mayer-Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv

                  Responding to Rome, Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, London

2005          Hydrophobia 2, Zinger Presents, Tilburg, NL

                  I Wish, Engholm Engelhorn, Vienna

                  Daysleepers, BA-CA Kunstforum, Vienna

                  25 Years of Deutsche Bank Collection, Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin

                  and Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

2004          Britannia Works, Athens, British Council Exhibition,

                  Curated by Katerina Gregos.

                  She’s Come Undone, Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, New York

2003          Nation, Frankfurter Kunstverein

                  Dirty Pictures, The Approach, London

                  Exploring Landscape: Eight Views from Britain, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York

                  Rijksakademie, Victoria Miro, London

                  Hydrophobia, Henry Peacock Gallery, London

                  Man In The Middle, Museum of Modern Art, Passau. Kunsthalle, Tübingen.

                  Also shown in St Petersburg, Saarbrücken, Mannheim, Bremen and Krakow.

                  Blick aufs Ich / The View Upon The Ego, Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen

2002          The Galleries Show, Royal Academy of Arts, London

2001          The Leisure Society, De Vleeshal, Middelburg, Netherlands

                  Becks Futures, ICA, London and touring

2000          Clara, Galerie Ascan Crone, Hamburg

1999          Pictures of Pictures, touring: Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol and Norwich Gallery

                  EAST International, Norwich Gallery, Norwich

Publications / Reviews

2015          Picturing People, Charlotte Mullins, Thames & Hudson, London

2011          Art Works, Deutsche Bank, DE

2010          40 Years of Presence, Deutsche Bank, Luxembourg

2007          Eigenlijk Eigentijds, The Nederlandsche Bank Art Collection, Catalogue

2006          Responding To Rome, Estorick Collection, London

2005          25 Years of Deutsche Bank Collection, Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin & Tokyo

2005          The Triumph of Painting, Saatchi Gallery Publication

2004          We Show Art – 10 Years SMBA, Anniversary Publication for the Stedilijk Museum

                  Bureau, Amsterdam, Publisher: Artimo, NL

                  Britannia Works, Katerina Gregos, Athens. British Council Publication

2003          Tim Stoner, Exhibition Catalogue, Junge Kunst Wolfsburg

                  Michael Wilson, ‘Exploring Landscape: Eight Views from Britain’, Art Monthly No.264

                  Roberta Smith, ‘Exploring Landscape’, The New York Times, Feb 14

                  Alex Mar, ‘Tim Stoner’, Frieze, Issue 72, January

2002          Man in the Middle, Deutsche Bank, (Exhibition Catalogue)

                  Tim Stoner, Stedilijk Bureau no.69

                  Sally O’Reilly, ‘Tim Stoner’, Time Out, December 4-11

                  ‘Tim Stoner’, Kultureflash, no.26, 3/12

2001          Becks Futures 2, ICA (Exhibition Catalogue), text by Martin Herbert

                  fig-1, (Exhibition Catalogue), interview with Matthew Higgs,

                  published by Booth-Clibborn Editions

                  British School at Rome, Catalogue 2001

                  Robert Clark, ‘Beck’s Futures 2- Liverpool’, The Guardian –The Guide, August 18-24

                  Fiachra Gibbons, ‘Face of the Future: Painter Wins Richest Art Prize’,

                  (Guardian, April 11)

                  Laura Cumming,‘Becks? There’s Posh’, The Observer Review, April 1

                  Fiachra Gibbons, ‘Hotshot: Murder in the Name of Art’, The Guardian, April

                  Mark Irving, ‘Tipped for the Top’, Independent on Sunday, Culture, March 25

                  Louise Jury, ‘Back to the Future as Avant-Garde Arts Prize goes to the Oil Painter and

                  his Nuclear Families’, The Independent, Home News, April 11

                  Susannah Prain, ‘Tim Stoner: My Week’, The Independent, Weekend Review, April14

                  Robin Stringer, ‘Dance Wins Tim Leading Art Prize’, Evening Standard, April 11

                  Dalya Alberge, ‘Painter Wins Top ICA Prize’, The Times, April 11

                  Lucy Spriggs, ‘The Future is Now’, Art Review, April

                  Adrian Searle, ‘Been There, Done That’, The Guardian, Visual Arts, April 3

                  Louisa Buck, ‘Thirst Prize’, Esquire, April

                  Charles Darwent, ‘Beck’s Futures 2’, Metro, March 30

                  Richard Allen, 'Picking Brit Art’s Blooming Talent’, Evening Standard, March 28

                  Sarah Kent, ‘Future Prospects’, Time Out, Review, April 11

                  Martin Coomer, ‘Mind your Beck’s’, Time Out, March 28

2000          Martin Herbert, ‘Tim Stoner, The Approach’, Time Out, September 20–27

                  Duncan McLaren, ‘Tim Stoner, The Approach’, Independent on Sunday, September 17

1999          Pictures of Pictures, (Exhibition Catalogue), Arnolfini Gallery and Norwich Gallery


                  Becks Futures 2001, ICA, London and touring (1st prize winner)


2001          The British School at Rome, (Wingate Scholar)

1994          Erasmus Study Program, Hochschule Der Künste, Berlin


                  The Government Art Collection

                  The Cranford Collection, London

                  The Rubell Family Collection, Miami

                  de Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam

                  The Saatchi Collection, London

                  Sammlung Goetz, Munich

                  The Deutsche Bank Art Collection, Frankfurt

                  Simmons & Simmons, London

                  The Sam & Shanit Schwartz Collection, Los Angeles

                  The Ken & Helen Rowe Collection, London