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Maria Marshall

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Maria Marshall was born on February 14th 1966 in Bombay. She lives and works in London.


BA, Honours Degree, Wimbledon School of Art, London
Chelsea School of Art, London
Ecole des Beaux Arts, Geneva


Artist spotlight at New Frontiers, Sundance
Potnia Thiron Gallery Athens

Potnia Thiron, Athens, Greece

fa projects, London, England
Kenny Schachter screening of one ‘3 Minute Wonder’, London
Channel 4 broadcast of three ‘3 Minute Wonder’, London

Tache Levy Galerie, Brussels, Belgium
Galleria Raff aela Cortese, Milan, Italy
Ratio 3, San Francisco, CA

Herzliya Museum, Herzliya, Israel
Centre pour l’image Contemporaine, Geneva, Switzerland
Team Gallery, New York, NY
Cosmic, Paris, France
Tache Levy Galerie, Brussels, Belgium

Salon 94, New York, NY

Fonds National d’Art Contemporain, Marseille, France
Palais de Tokyo, Module, Paris, France
The Swiss Institute, Project Space, New York, NY
Team Gallery, New York, NY
Site Gallery, Sheffi eld, UK
Goteborgs Konsthall, Goteborg, Sweden

Freiburger Kunstverein, Freiburg, Germany
Arndt & Partner, Berlin, Germany
Art + Public, Geneve, Switzerland
Team Gallery, New York, NY, USA

Dot Projects, London, UK
Galerie Dorothee De Pauw, Brussels, Belgium
Galerie Vaclava Spaly, Prague, Czech Republic
Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France
Yves St. Laurent, Paris, France
Oliver Art Center, CCAC Institute, Oakland, CA, USA
University of Illinois, Gallery 400, Chicago, IL, USA

Team Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Ace Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT, USA

Team Gallery, New York, NY, USA


Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, France (upcoming)
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, Closed Circuit
Centre Photographique d’Ile de France, Paris, France, Fantasy – C’est pas du jeu (upcoming)
Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain, Marseille, France
Galleria Raff aella Cortese, Milan, Italy, Dolls
Shenzhen Biennial, Shenzhen, China

Le Magazin, Grenoble, France, video et fi lms Collection Pierre Hubert
Martin-Gropius Bau, Berlin, Germany, Rundlederwelten
Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria, Fussball goes Art
Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy

Motorenhalle, Dresden, Germany, Leitsysteme zum Neuen?
Art Gallery of Hamilton, Hamilton, Canada, Consuming Passions
Roebling Hall, New York, NY, Fear Gear
Fondazione Sandrettp Re Rebaudengo, Turin, Italy, Bidibidobidiboo (curated by Francesco
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY, FIGURE IT OUT
Ferragamo Gallery/Project Space, New York, NY, ORIGIN: MOTHER AND CHILD, (curated by
Andrea Salerno and Carmen Zita)
Galleria Raff aela Cortese, Milan, Italy
Umea Kulturforvaltning, Umea, Sweden, Fade To Black
Green on Red Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, Press Play

South London Gallery, London, National Collections
Galleria Civica diArte Contemporanea, Trento, Italy, Dimension Folly
The Salina Art Center, Salina, KS, Will Boys Be Boys?: Questioning Masculinity in Contemporary
Art, curated by Shamim M. Momin (with catalogue, traveling to Museum of Contemporary Art,
Denver, CO; The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY;
The Indianapolis Museum of Art, IN)
Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain, Marseille, France, Presences et Apparitions/une visite
Borusan Centre for Culture and Arts, Istanbul, Turkey
Collection Lambert, Avignon, France, A Fripon, Fripon et Demi
Arndt & Partner, Berlin, Germany, Silent Screams Diffi cult Dreams
Hochschule fur Bildende Kunste, Dresden, Germany, Zwischenwelten

The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, The American Eff ect (with catalogue,
curated by Larry Rinder)
Team Gallery, New York, NY, ThrowBack
f.a. projects, London, UK, Video Program
Centro de Arte de Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, Ninos (with catalogue, curated by Cristina
Gemeentemuseum Helmond, Helmond, Netherlands, Child In Time (with catalogue, curated by
Frank Hoenjet)
Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany, Urban Collisions: Civilizational Confl icts in the
Medium of Video (with catalogue, curated by Kathrin Becker)

Ludwig forum fur Internationale Kunst, Aachen, Germany Slow Motion
Musee des Arts Contemporains, Grand Hornu, Belgium, New Acquisitions
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA (curated by Linda Norden)
Aux Anciennes Pompes Funebres de la ville de Paris, Paris, France, Nuit Blanche: plus qu’une
image (curated by Caroline Bourgeois)
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, Guarene d’Alba, Italy, Self/In Material
Conscience (curated by Eric Mangion)
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefi eld, CT, Family (with catalogue)
Migros Museum, Zurich, Switzerland, The Collective Unconcious (curated by Heike Munder)
Kunst Haus Dresden, Dresden, Germany, Private Aff airs: A Contemporary Video Exhibition
(curated by Angelika Richter)

Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Ghent, Belgium, Casino 2001 (curated by Jeanne
Greenberg Rohatyn, with catalogue)
Goteborgs Konsthall, Goteborg, Sweden, Urban Nature
Le Studio at Galerie Yvon Lambert, Paris, Inaugural Exhibition
Team Gallery, New York City, Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear
Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art, Palm Beach, FL, Video Jam (curated by Michael Rush)
Art | 32 | Basel, Basel, Switzerland, Art Unlimited
Centre Photographique d’Ile de France, Paris, France, Beau Fixe
National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, Bradford, England, In A Lonely Place
(curated by Greg Hobson, with catalogue)
Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana, Chelsea Rising (curated by David S. Rubin,
with catalogue)
Borusan Centre for Culture and Arts, Istanbul, Turkey, Double Trouble (curated by Binnaz Tukin)
Atlantis Gallery, London, England, My Generation (curated by Mark Nash and Alexandre
Bakalar and Huntington Galleries, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts,
Wonderland (curated by Lisa Tung, with catalogue)

The Laing Art Gallery, Tyne-Wear Museums, Newcastle, England, Petty Crimes (traveling to
Glasgow Museum of Modern Art and York City Art Gallery, with catalogue)

GMI Screen, Leicester Square, London, England (curated by Katia Garcia, under the auspices of
the ICA, London)
Kunsthalle St. Gallen, Switzerland, Some Secrets (curated by Dorothea Strauss)
Le Printempts de Cahors, France, Sensitive: Photographie & Art Visuels (curated by Christine
Macel, with catalogue)
Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD, Snapshot
White Box, New York, NY, Topologies (curated by Iair Rosenkranz)
The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefi eld, CT, Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian
Religion on Contemporary Art at the Millennium (curated by Christian Eckhart, Harry Philbrick
and Osvaldo Romberg)

Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine, The Sexual Child (organized by Peter
Coviello and Amy Honchell)
CAPC, Cuimbra, Portugal, Hi8 (curated by Alexandre Estrela)
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, Torino, Italy, Common People, British Art
between phenomenon and reality (curated by Francesco Bonami, catalogue)
Team Gallery, New York City, Shiny Shiny
Kunsthalle Tirol, Salzlager, Austria, Space Place (curated by Hubert Salden)

Beaconsfi eld, London, Screening
210 Gallery, Welcome Trust, London, The Art and Science of the Unborn Child


Cotter, Holland, “Closed Circuit,” The New York Times, April 6, E33 (with illustrations).

Desaive, Pierre-Yves, “Maria Marshall,” Contemporary, July, pp.86 (with illustrations).

Noe, Paola, “Maria Marshall: Raff aella Cortese,” Flash Art, October/November,
p.115 (with illustration).
Pagliuca, Francesca, “Maria Marshall: Galleria Raff aella Cortese,” Tema Celeste, October, p. (with
Tosi, Marco Ligas, “Maria Marshall: Raff aella Cortese,” Arte E Critica, August/September, p. (with
Pollack, Barbara, “Fear Gear: Roebling Hall” Time Out New York, July 7-13.
Murphy, Laszlo, “Maria Marshall,” Zero2, June, p.56 (with illustration).
Dell’Orso, Silvia, “Maria Marshall,” La Republica, May 28, p._ (with illustration).
Baker, Kenneth, “Marshall at Ratio 3”, San Francisco Chronicle, May 7, pp.
Dyer, Richard, “Maria Marshall,” Contemporary, May, pp.70-3 (with illustrations).
Princenthal, Nancy, “Maria Marshall at Team,” Art in America, February, p.130 (with illustration).

Pinto, Roberto, “Dimensione Follia,” Work, Autumn, pp.19-49 (with illustration).
Levin, Kim, “Shortlist: Maria Marshall,” Village Voice, June 16-22, p.48.

Schwendener, Martha, “Review,” Time Out New York, May 1, p. 63 (with illustration).
Schwarzman, Carol, “Review”, Art Papers, January-February, p.43 (with illustration).

Dunn, Melissa; Gute, Charles, “Casino 2001”, Flash Art, January/February, p.90, (with illustration).
Satz, Aura, “Maria Marshall,” Tema Celeste, November/December, p.64-67 (with illustrations).
Godfrin-Guidicelli, Marie, “Le monde merveilleux de Maria Marshall”, Marseille L’Hebdo,
November, pp.
Suchin, Peter, “Maria Marshall: Fine Lines at Site Gallery, Sheffi eld, UK,” Contemporary, September,
p. 82 (with illustration).
Finch, Charlie, “It is Time, Once Again, To Kill the Past,” arnet, www.artnet.com, September 20
(with illustrations).
Shuman, Rachel, “Art Choice,” Time Out New York, September 12, p. 61 (with illustration).
Macel, Christine, “Just the Two of Us: Video Sentimentale,” Art Press, May, pp. 40-45
(with illustrations).
Vallstrom, Nike, “Konsthall: Handelserika dagar pa Konsthallen, Goteborgs-Posten, April 13, p.
(with illustration).
Keil, Von Frank, “Einatmen, ausatmen,” Frankfurter Rundschau, April 11, p. __ (with illustration).
Olofsson, Mikael, “Obehaglisgt gang pa gang pa gang pa,” Goteborgs-Posten, March 26, pp.
44-45 (with illustrations),
Testart, Caterina, “Fem fragor,” Goteborgs-Posten, March 8, p.
Schlaegel, Andreas, “Review: Maria Marshall at Arndt & Partner,” Flash Art International,
January-Febaruay, pp. 98-99 (with illustration).

Engler, Martin, “Der Knabe in der Schlangengrube: Carravaggio triff t Kubrick: Maria Marshall
erzeugt Bilder von alttestamentarischer Wucht,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, December 28,
p. (with illustration).
Umlauf, Karsten, “Was soll der Kinderblick?,” Kultur Joker, December 21, p. (with illustration).
Engler, Martin, “Schon und Bedrohlich,” Badische Zeitung, November 28, p. (with illustration).
Engler, Martin, “Die Vivisektion des Privaten,” Kunstbulletin, November, pp. 24-29
(with illustrations).
Schneider, Tassilo, “Faszinierende Zumutungen,” Stadtkurier, October 4, p. (with illustration).
Levin, Kim, “Shortlist”, The Village Voice, September, p.78.
Matsui, Midori, “Maria Marshall,” catalogue essay for the exhibition “Casino 2001,” Stedelijk
Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium, forthcoming (with illustrations).
Schwendener, Martha, “Review,” Time Out New York, April 12, p. 53 (with illustration).
Bolen, Christopher, “We Did You Not,” V Magazine, No. 10, Spring, p. 150 (with illustrations).
Pasquini, Stefano, “Hidden Gems in a Crowded Fair: Arco Madrid,” New York Arts, April, p. 48 (with
Finch, Charlie, “Signs of Life on 26th Street,” arnet, www.artnet.com, March 26 (with illustrations.)
Levin, Kim, “Voice Choices: Spring Arts,” The Village Voice, March 6, p. 86.
Temin, Christine, “Mass Art’s ‘Wonderland’ brings fairy tales to life,” The Boston Globe, January 30,
Sherman, Mary, “MCA creates a ‘Wonderland,’” The Boston Herald, January 28, p. A7.

Lorent, Claude, “Les angoisses de Maria Marshall”, La Libre Culture, November, pp.,
(with illustration)
Balogh, Lizzy, “Video Displayed: Marketing Mixes Forms,’” PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art,
September, Volume XXII, No. 3, pp. 58-65 (with illustration).
Patrick, Keith, “Review: ‘Sensitive, Printemps de Cahors,’” Contemporary Visual Arts, September,
Issue 30, pp. Cover, 64. 65 (with illustrations).
Dupont, Veronique, “Monstres sacres,” Numero, September, p. 64 (with illustrations.)
Macel, Christine, “Maria Marshall,” catalogue essay for the exhibition”Sensitive: Photographie &
Art Visuels” Le Printempts de Cahors, France, June (with illustrations).
Rush, Michael, “Review,” Art in America, March, pp. 125-26 (with illustration).
Lehner, Adam, “News—Open Season: Adam Lehner on Lawrence Rinder,” Artforum, March, p. 39
Thym, Jolene, “No Puff Piece,” The Oakland Tribune, January 20, pp. C1, C5 (with illustrations).
Baker, Kenneth, “Growing up in 18 seconds: Brief, powerful videos at CCAC,” San Francisco
Chronicle, January 19, pp. C1, C3 (with illustration).

Scott, Andrea. The New Yorker, December 13, p. 20.
Harris, William, “Making Viewers Wonder Why They’re Uneasy,” The New York Times,
December 5, p. AR 47 (with illustration).
Levin, Kim, “Voice Choices: Short List,” The Village Voice, November 30, p. 82.
Damsker, Matt, “Photo, Video Exhibits Show Off R.A.W. Galleries,” Hartford Courant,
July 25, p. G4 (with illustration).
Highet, Alistair, “Real Art Waves,” Hartford Advocate, June 24, p. (with illustration).
Bush, Kate, “Small Change,” catalogue essay for the exhibition “Common People,” Fondazione
Sandretto Re’Rebaudengo Per L’Arte, Torino, Italia, June.
Bonami, Francesco, “Diff erent Common People,” catalogue essay for the exhibition
“Common People,” Fondazione Sandretto Re’Rebaudengo Per L’Arte, Torino, Italia, June.
Kino, Carol, “Review,” Art in America, March, p. 113 (with illustration).
Chambers, Christopher, “Review,” Flash Art International, January-February, p. 96-97
(with illustration).

Nassau, Lawrence, “Review,” New York Arts Magazine, December, p. 26-27.
Johnson, Ken, “Review,” The New York Times, November 6, p. E38.
Schwendener, Martha, “Review,” Time Out New York, November 5, p. 75. (with illustration).
Levin, Kim, “Voice Choices,” The Village Voice, November 3, p. 97.
The New Yorker, October 26, p. 36.


Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME, USA
The Contemporary Arts Society, London, United Kingdom
Centre pour l’image Contemporaine, Geneva, Switzerland
Centre Pompidou, Paris France
Fonds Regional d’Art Contemporain, PACA, Marseille, France
Musee des Arts Contemporains, Grand Hornu, Belgium
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of Art, New York, NY, USA
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, USA
The Progressive Collection, Cleveland, OH, USA
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo per l’Arte, Torino, Italy
Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, Coventry, United Kingdom
The Robert J. Shiffl er Collection, Greenville, OH, USA
Site Gallery, Sheffi eld, United Kingdom
Stedelijk Museum Voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium