Steven Anderson

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Steven Anderson
1975 born in Paisley, United Kingdom
Lives in Glasgow, United Kingdom

2007 - 2008 Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee MFA, Distinction
1993 – 1997 Glasgow School of Art BA (Hons) Fine Art, Drawing and Painting


2006 Glasgow Visual Artists Grant Scheme
2004 Scottish Arts Council
2003 Royal Scottish Academy, Latimer Award

Solo Exhibitions

May 2005 Workforce Intermedia , Glasgow
Jan 2005 Beatzilla Where the monkey sleeps, Glasgow
April 1999 The Supermen Out of the Blue, Edinburgh
Nov 1998 Now, Right Now Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
May 1998 New Work Ginger Productions, London

Group Exhibitions

Performance Events
2008 Transitional State The Forest, Edinburgh Arts Festival
2008 Get a Room The Brunswick Hotel, Glasgow
2008 The State The State Bar, Glasgow International
2007 Lab Group CCA, Glasgow
2007 Ampsterdam National Pop Institute, Amsterdam
2006 Et Tu Tribute ECA, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh,
2006 Tunes In Monitor, Leeds
2005 Cabaret Generator Projects, Dundee

Selected Group shows
2007 Not a knotting... Lowsalt, Glasgow
2005 Work in Progress Changing Room, Stirling
2003 From Ritual ... Catalyst Arts, Belfast
2001 Vault The Arches, Glasgow
Recorded Delivery East 73rd, London
1999 The Curb Market, Glasgow
Contemporaries Sotheby’s, London
1998 Bull (Mischief la bas) Tramway, Glasgow
1997 Group Show Blue Gallery, London


2009 – 2011 Song as Portrait, Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Working with traditional singers across Scotland to explore themes of alternative histories and institutional access.

2009 Creative Bonds residency, Southern Gerneral Hosptial,
Currently working on a collaborative artists residency at the Neo Natal Unit of the Sothern General hospital with Kirsty Stansfield. A fictional script, discussions and photographs from the residency will form the basis of a book to be published in 2009.

2005/2006 Peer Crit organiser and facilitator, CCA
Self Initiated experimental Peer Critique, to encourage artwork based dialogue across Glasgow’s visual arts community.

2004 Internationalism, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Employed as consultant artist and curated an open call exhibition titled Internationalism featuring 6 artists from Japan, America, England and Scotland.


The Flemings Collection.
Private Collections.


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