Tim Braden, DOCUMENTARY 2006, 3:48 min., DVD-PAL

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Solo exhibition 2007 'Crossing rivers and climbing mountains'
Solo exhibition 2009 'As if it were another landscape'
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Born 1975, UK
Lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2005-06 Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1993-94Wimbledon School of Fine Art, London, UK
1994-95 St Petersburg Academy of Art, Russia
1996-99 Ruskin School of Fine Art, Oxford University, Oxford, UK

Solo Exhibitions

2008 - ‘I spend my evenings sitting by the fireside hunting tigers’ Galerie Juliètte Jongma, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2007 - ‘Crossing rivers and climbing mountains’, ARQUEBUSE, Geneva, Switzerland
2006 - ‘Chère Tante Hanneke’, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK (catalogue)
2005 - ‘Catapult’, solo project at Frieze Art Fair, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK
2002 - ‘Prospect’, Neon Gallery, London, UK
2000 - ‘Head’, Pace Collection, New York, USA
1998 - ‘Head’, Pace Collection, New York, USA

Group Exhibitions

2008 - 'The Flight of the Dodo', curated by Tessa Giblin, The Project, Dublin 18 - July - 23 August 2008
2008 - 'Zuordnungsproblemes', Galerie Johann Koenig, Berlin
2007 - Koninklijke Prijs voor Vrije Schilderkunst, Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, Netherlands
2007 - ‘Made In’, Schloss Ringeberg, Germany, cur. by Marcus Lütkemeyer
2006 - ‘Le Nouveau Siècle’, Museum Van Loon, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2006 - ‘The 826NYC Artshow’, David Zwirner Gallery, cur. by Shelley Dick and Marcel Dzama, New York, USA
2005 - ‘Hydrophobia II’, ZINGERpresents, Tilburg, Netherlands
2005 - ‘Persbericht/ Close Reading’, Curated by Arjan van Helmond, Galerie Juliette Jongma, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2004 - ‘Fiction: truth in photography and painting’, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK
2004 - ‘Seeing Things’, Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance, UK
2004 - ‘Esoterica’, Ibid Projects, London, UK
2004 - Progress, 27 Spital Square, London, UK
2004 - De Parel, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2004 - Gilchrist Fischer Award exhibition, London, UK
2004 - ‘Old Habits Die Young’, Sparwasser HQ, Berlin, Germany; Norwich Gallery, UK; Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway; Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
2003 - ‘Headland’, Century Gallery, London, UK
2003 - Acava film screening, The Westway, London, UK
2003 - Miniature show, Ginza Kyubido Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2002 - Raid Projects, Los Angeles, USA
2002 - ‘Hasta la vista’, The Mission, London, UK
2002 - ‘Artists of Fame and Promise’, Wharf Road, London, UK
2002 - ‘Less is a bore humans need more!’, The Mission, London, UK
2002 - ‘The Only Way Forward’, Neon Gallery, London, UK
2001 - ‘An Elephant Station’, Vilma Gold, London, UK
2001 - ‘Sound and Fury stills’, lightbox on Old Street, London, UK
2000 - ‘Mostyn Open11’, Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno, Wales
2000 - Art Futures 2000, Barbican, London, UK
1999 - ‘We are safe and well’, Elephant Lane, London, UK
1999 - Art Futures ‘99, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
1998 - ‘Sehenswurdigkeiten’, Quedlinburg, Germany


2007 - Neal, Jane, ‘Tim Braden at ARQUEBUSE’, Art in America, October, p.224
2006 - D’Souza, Christa, ‘Frieze Frame’, Vogue, January
2005 - Buck, Louisa, ‘Frieze already an established British tradition’. The Art Newspaper, 3 November
2004 - Hubbard, Sue, ‘Art for Sale: Fiction @ Timothy Taylor Gallery’, The Independent Review, 27 July
2004 - Darwent, Charles, ‘Paint it. Film it. Paint it. Film it. Oh for crying out loud’, The Independent on Sunday, ABC, 25 July
2004 - Hackworth, Nick, ‘Old and new find the winning formula’, Evening Standard, 15 July
2004 - Guner, Fisun, ‘Every picture tells a story’, Metro Life, 15 July


Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, UK
Cazenove Collection, London, UK
Lazards Collection, London, UK
Pembroke College, Oxford, UK
Walsall Museum and Art Gallery, UK