|Tim Maslen born in Perth, Australia|
|1996-97||MFA Goldsmiths University of London|
|1987-89||BA Curtin University, Perth, Australia|
|Jennifer Mehra born in London, UK|
|1993-95||BFA, National Art School, Sydney, Australia|
|1989-90||Foundation Fine Art, City Art Institute, Sydney, Australia|
|2011||Mirrored, Scotiabank Photography Festival, General Hardware Contemporary, Toronto, Canada|
Public installation, Scotiabank Photography Festival, Ferry Terminal, Downtown Halifax, Canada
|2010||Maslen & Mehra, Cuadro Fine Art, Dubai, UAE|
|2008||Because There Is Nothing On This Green Earth That Is Stronger Than, Galerie Caprice Horn/Berlin|
Shadow Lands, Priska C. Juschka Fine Art, New York, NY
Two Worlds, Pyramid Art Center, Istanbul, Turkey
Maslen & Mehra, MK Contemporary, London, UK
|2007||Maslen & Mehra, First Gallery, Rome, Italy|
Native, Seven Dials Covent Garden, London, UK
|2006||Metropolis, Galerie Caprice Horn, Berlin, Germany|
Maslen & Mehra, Galeria Sicart, Barcelona, Spain
Maslen & Mehra, Lacen Galerie, Paris, France
|2003||Phoenix, Perth International Arts Festival, Holmes a Court Gallery, Perth, Australia|
|2001||Terra Incognita, Artspace, Sydney, Australia|
Drift, film screened at 291 Gallery, London, UK
Drift, installation at Dilston Grove, London, UK
|2000||Woodland, installation, Downing Centre (Law Courts) during Sydney Olympics, Australia|
Gorge, part one of a collaborative project, VOID gallery, London, UK
|SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS|
|2011||The Altered Landscape: Photographs of a Changing Environment, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV|
London International, curated by Edward Lucie-Smith, KCCC Klaipeda, Lithuania
Latitude Contemporary Art Prize & Exhibition, Henham Park, Southwold, Suffolk, UK
|2010||Made Up Realities, Transformations: Canakkale Biennal, Turkey|
For Now, Drake Hotel, Toronto, Canada
|2009||Geumgang Nature Art Pre-Biennale 2009, YATOO, Gongju, South Korea|
The Space Between, Surrounds Our Desire, curated by Mona Casey, Contemporary Art Forum, Birmingham, UK
Videoholica International Video Art Festival, 2nd Edition, Video in Time of Crisis, Archeology Museum, Screening “Erasure” in collaboration with Riz Maslen, Varna, Bulgaria
A Shot In The Dark, curated by Carter Presents London, Chateau Radvanov, Radvánov 1,
Mladá Vožice u Tábora, Czech Republic
Olympic Visions, Nunnery Gallery, London
Launch P1 London
|2008||LianZhou International Photo Festival 08, Tomo Art Centre, Chaoyang District, Beijing|
Silver Artrage 25, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Australia
Month of Photography: Vernissage, Galerie Caprice Horn, Berlin
[new space] Summer Exhibition, Lacen Galerie, Paris
It’s Not Easy, Exit Art, New York, NY
Silver, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Australia,
Curators: Marcus Canning & Andrew Gaynor
Beyond the Boundaries, Month of Photography in Berlin, Galerie Horn, Berlin
Grounded: Photography and the Contemporary Environment, curated by Dana Trukovic,
Ellen Curlee Gallery, St. Louis, MO
The Famous, the Infamous, & the Really Quite Good, DECIMA Gallery, London, UK
Paradise Stories, curated by Kai-Oi Jay Yung, Renew Rooms, Royal Institute of British Architects & International Gallery, Liverpool, UK
|2007||Slow Space Fast Pace, curated by Rana Öztürk Arttrail, Cork, Ireland|
Nature Scopes, Gongju National Museum, South Korea
Urban Space, Art and Technology Institute Oi Futuro biannual,
Foto Rio/Wooloo Productins, Rio De Janeiro & Berlin
Urban Space, 7th Festival of documentary photography FOTOPUB, Slovenia ,
Urban Space, 5th editon of FOTO ARTE Brasilia, Brazil
Optical Titilations, Galerie Caprice Horn, Berlin, Germany
Reality Bites, Galerie Caprice Horn, Berlin, Germany
Corpo Sociale, Galerie Pack, Milan, Italy
Art Seasons, Capetown, South Africa
|2006||Refraction, curated by Chris Townsend, Galerie Caprice Horn, Berllin, Germany|
The Stars Down to Earth, curated by Andrew Hunt, Nunnery Gallery, London, UK
Life and Fiction, Galerie Caprice Horn, Berlin, Germany
Harlem Art Project, hosted by Philips de Pury & Company, Saatchi & Saatchi, New York, NY
Culture Bound: East Wing Collection No. 7, through Dec. 2007,Courtauld Institute, London, UK
|2005||Colore e Figure, Galleria Planetario, Trieste, Italy|
ABOUT-FROM-FOR NATURE, curated by YATOO, old Police Station Gongju, South Korea
Sculpture Exhibition, Hotcakes Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
Artists Space,Web Exhibition, curated by Letha Wilson & Christian Rattemeyer, Artist Space, New York, NY
URBANBODIES, curated by Sue Cohen, supp. by Arts Council of England, London, UK
Western Biennale of Art: Art Tomorrow, John Natsoulas Center For The Arts, Davis, CA
|2004||Splendid, curated by Anglea Meyer and Sonia Bruce, temporary space in Shoreditch, London, UK|
Gods Becoming Men, curated by Edward Lucie-Smith, Frissiras Museum, Athens, Greece
Tempered Ground, curated by Danielle Arnaud & Jordan Kaplan, Museum of Garden History, London, Uk
The Garden of Earthly Delights, curated by Indra Khanna, Walled Garden Brockwell, London, UK
Art That Makes You Curious, curated by Sue Cohen, Tabernacle Hall, London, UK
The Royal Road to the Unconscious, curated by Indra Khanna, Walled Garden Brockwell Park, London, UK
|2003||Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize, Exhibition South Australian Museum, Adelaide, Australia|
Mirror II Nature, Mile End Art Pavillion, London, UK
Chairman's Choice, The Nunnery Gallery, London, UK
|2002||Chaos, Bishopsgate Goodyard, London, UK|
|2001||Five, Britain-Australia Society: Australia House, London, UK|
Interior Landscape, collaborative installation at Le Subsistence, European Forum for emerging Creation, Lyon, France
|AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES|
|2008||MASLEN & MEHRA BOOK LAUNCH, Scope London, Galerie Lacen, Paris, France|
Honorable Mention, Pilsner Urquell International Photography Awards
|2007||Arts Council of England award for the production of a book published by Hatje Cantz|
Nominee on Fine Art Professional International Color Awards, Masters of Color Photography
|2004||Arts Council of England new work award|
|2003||The Eden Project, 2 month residency, Cornwall, UK|
|2002||Artspace, 3 month residency/exhibition Feb-May, Sydney|
|2001||Artswa Award for residency/exhibition in Sydney|
The Henry Moore Foundation Award for "Drift" project
London Arts Award for "Drift" project
|2000||Artistist in Residence, National Art School Sydney|
|1999||Recipient (Tim) Pèpinières Europèennes Pour Jeunes Artistes residency, Azores|
|Tattinger Collection, Switzerland|
Altered Landscape Collection, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, NV
The Frissiras Museum, Athens, Greece
Art Es Collecion, Madrid, Spain
The South Australian Museum
The Art Gallery of Western Australia
The University of Western Australia
Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia
Nature Art Museum,South Korea
|SELECTED PUBLICATIONS AND PRESS|
|2009||O'Riordan Maurice. "Maslen and Mehra: Mirrored," Book Review, Photofile 86, March - June, 2009.|
|2008||Lucie-Smith, Edward and Eugen Blume. “Mirrored,” Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg, August, 2008. |
“Interview: Maslen & Mehra are Two Worlds,” Radikal Newspaper, Istanbul.
“The Way We Live Now,” Lettre International, 2008: 74, 246.
International Color Awards Yearbook 2008, Fine Art Professional section, 2008: 101.
Sönmez, Aysegül. Interview, Radikal newspaper (Turkey), 2008: 23.
Feature, Kultur section, Cumhuriyet newspaper (Turkey), 2008: 15.
Kendler, Jenny. “Maslen & Mehra,” Wunderkammer: A journal of Environmental Art, 2008.
“Mirror for the 21st Century,” catalog, BECA, 2008.
Lucie-Smith, Edward, “Native,” catalog, Milton Keynes Contemporary, January / March, 2008.
Rule, Alix. “Saatchi online Critics Choice, Maslen & Mehra,”
www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk, February 16, 2008.
This Week in New York, “Shadow Lands: Lightboxes and Photographs,” February 6, 2008.
Clark, Robert. “Preview MK Contemporary,” The Guardian Guide UK, January 12, 2008.
|2007||“Maslen & Mehra,” catalog, Federico Guida First Gallery, Rome, 2007.|
Öztürk, Rana. “Slow Space Fast Pace,” catalog, Arttrail, 2007.
O’Sullivan, Elain, “Cork Art Trail Ireland,” Karnival Magazine, 2008: 14, 15,17, 23.
Nature Scopes, catalog, Gongju National Museum, South Korea
Summer Exhibition Series, Radio Interview, BBC2 London, June 22, 2007.
Art.es Magazine, cover and 16 page project, no. 20
Kunst Magazine Berlin, cover, May 2008.
|2006||Gefter, Philip, “Reflections in a Molten Eye,” International Edition, New York Times: |
Arts & Leisure, image and text, December 31, 2006.
“Lacen Galerie Solo Show,” Le Parisien, November 29, 2006.
“Preview Paris Solo Exhibition,” Art Monthly Australia, October, 2006: 42.
Rump, Charles, “Kunstmarkt,” Die Welt Newspaper, April 22, 2006.
Hunt, Andrew, “Stars Down To Earth Exhibition,” NY Arts Magazine, September, 2006: 70.
Lelarge, Isabelle, “La Conscience Environnementale,” ETC Montreal, September
Desclaux, Vanessa, “Stars Down To Earth,” AN Magazine, September, 2006:7.
Hunt, Andrew, “The Stars Down To Earth,” catalog, The Nunnery Gallery, London 2006: 5, 14.
Hynes, Victoria, Australian Art Review Magazine, June, 2006: 54-55.
“Exberliner,” Berlin Magazine, March, 2006.
“Maslen & Mehra,” Origina Magazine Mexico, no. 154, 2006: 62-69.
“Maslen & Mehra,” Art & Architecture Journal UK, no. 63, 2006: 67.
|2005||Lawson, Valerie, “Celebrating the Surreal is Only Natural,” Sydney Morning Herald, April 6, 2005.|
Malik, Amna, “URBANBODIES,” Art Monthly UK, April, 2005: 30-31.
O’Reilley, Kelly, “URBANBODIES,” AN Magazine UK, 2005: 6.
Dalkey, Victoria, “Western Biennale Review,” Sacramento Bee Newspaper, February 27, 2005.
Marxen, Elizabeth, “Western Biennale Review,” California Aggie Newspaper, March 10, 2005.
“Maslen & Mehra Past Is the Future,” Art & Architecture Journal UK,” February no. 61, 2005: 56.
|2004||World Sculpture News, Hong Kong, vol. 10, no. 2, Spring, 2004: 12, 14, 18.|
“What’s On in Europe,” International Art Newspaper, no.149, July / August, 2004.
Television Interview, ERT Greek National Televison, July, 2004.
Events Section, New Zealand Art Monthly, July, 2004.
Art Monthly Australia, no. 171, July, 2004.
Davies, Pip, “Past Is The Future,” Arts Hub Australia, 2004.
“Gods Becoming Men,” catalog, The Frissiras Museum Athens, July / September, 2004.
Arnaud, Dannielle, “Tempered Ground,” catalog,
The Museum of Garden History, London, July / August, 2004.
“Gods Becoming Men,” Art & Australia Magazine, vol. 42 no. 1, September, 2004.
“Maslen & Mehra in Gods Becoming Men,” Qantas in-flight Magazine, August, 2004.
Refresh Magazine: London, Paris, New York, color photo, July, 2004: 8.
Living South Magazine, London, June, 2004.
|2003||Hunt, Jeremy, “Kings Fund commission,” Art & Architecture Journal UK, no. 59, October, 2003: 49. |
Jones, Peter, “Chairman’s Choice,” catalog, The Nunnery Gallery London, July, 2003.
“The Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize, catalog, South Australian Museum, August, 2003.
Blond, Simon, “Partners In Provocative Art,” The West Australian Newspaper, February 8, 2003: 12.
Snell, Ted, “Perth Festival: Visual Arts,” The Australian Newspaper, February 7, 2003.