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Current Exhbitions:

  • ‘Searching for Goldilocks’ at Smithsonian Air and Space Museum, Washington, USA. ’Searching for Goldilocks’ will be on display until December 2013 (see links below) http://airandspace.si.edu/exhibitions/goldilocks/  http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/aroundthemall/2013/07/not-too-hot-and-not-too-cold-these-goldilocks-planets-are-just-right/
  • The Ghost Forest, National Botanic Garden of Wales                                                                                                                                          The Ghost Forest is an instillation of rainforest trees from Ghana, Africa on permanent display at the National Botanic Garden of Wales (see www.ghostforest.org)
  • Egyptian Child Mummy, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. The Egyptian Child Mummy is a glass sculpture made up of 111 panels of glass on permanent display at the Egyptian Galleries at the Ashmolean.
  • Self-portrait reproduced in the inside cover of The Fear Index by Robert Harris, published by Random House
  • ‘Sea Turtle’ at The Fairmont Hotel in Bermuda (In collaboration with the Bermuda Zoological Society)

Former Exhibitions:

2013: ‘Natural Selection’ Group show at The Fine Art Society, 148 New Bond Street, London http://www.faslondon.com/fine_art_society_contemporary/exhibitions/archive/2013/natural_selection.html

2012:

2010 – 2012: Ghost Forest installation (www.ghostforest.org), lawn of Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford

2011:

  • Solo show, The Cast Gallery, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (can now be seen by appointment at Oxford University’s Medical Sciences Department, South Parks Rd, Oxford)
  • March – August: ‘Dirt: The Filthy Reality of Everyday Life’, The Wellcome Collection, Euston Road, London

2009:

  • Ghost Forest installation (www.ghostforest.org), Thorvaldsens Plads, Copenhagen, coinciding with the UN Climate Change Conference
  • Ghost Forest installation (www.ghostforest.org), Trafalgar Square, London
  • ‘Breathing In’, Wellcome Collection, Euston  Road, London

2008: Solo show, Waterhouse and Dodd, Cork Street, London

2007: Solo show, Hunterian Museum at The Royal College of Surgeons

2006:

  • Fleming Collection, Berkeley Street, London
  •  Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh
  •  Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle
  • Royal Academy, Summer Exhibition
  • Bourne Fine Art, Edinburgh
  • Modern Art Oxford

2004: Winchester Festival of Science and Art

2003: Topologies of the Mind in collaboration with Dr Mark Lythgoe, Fine Art Society, New Bond Street, London W1. Works included Angela Palmer’s portrait of Carol Vorderman (click here for picture)

Group shows

London, Edinburgh, Paris, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, New York, Palm Beach, Washington

Permanent Display

  • The Brain of the Artist, Scottish National Portrait Gallery
  • The Ghost Forest, National Botanic Garden of Wales (The Ghost Forest is an instillation of rainforest trees from Ghana, Africa on permanent display at the National Botanic Garden of Wales (see www.ghostforest.org))
  • Egyptian Child Mummy, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. (The Egyptian Child Mummy is a glass sculpture made up of 111 panels of glass on permanent display at the Egyptian Galleries at the Ashmolean)

Details on each exhibition can be seen below:

Cast Gallery, Ashmolean Museum 2012:

Solo exhibition of work devoted to the Egyptian child mummy. Exhibits include a glass sculpture of the child showing him from three angles; a film of his homeland and his burial site in the Faiyum, south of Cairo; a cast of the child’s head and toes; linen wrappings wound into bales and dyed according to the ancient methods and plant colours of the Faiyum; and sand retrieved from the child mummy’s burial site. The exhibition can now be seen by appointment at Oxford University’s Medical Sciences Department, South Parks Road, Oxford.

Review by Artlyst: http://www.artlyst.com/articles/ashmolean-museum-unearths-egyptian-treasures

Ghost Forest, National Botanic Garden of Wales

http://www.gardenofwales.org.uk/

A major installation of 10 mighty rainforest tree stumps, most with their roots intact, which the artist brought from the forests of Africa to Europe in a major logistical exercise to highlight deforestation and the threat to the world’s dwindling natural resources. Dedicated website: www.ghostforest.org to see Gallery/Press/Film etc

Ghost Forest’s former locations:
Trafalgar Square, London
16-22 November 2009
Thorvaldsens Plads, Copenhagen, Denmark
7-18 December 2009
Lawn of the Pitt Rivers and Musuem of Natural History, Oxford
July 2010 – July 2012

Breathing In, Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London

20 October – 22 November 2009

http://www.wellcomecollection.org/whats-on/exhibitions/breathing-in.aspx

BBC film of the project: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/8332473.stm

A solo exhibition of the artist’s journey to the most polluted and cleanest places on the Earth: Linfen in Shanxi Province, China, and Cape Grim on the northwest tip of Tasmania. Exhibits included the white uniforms worn for a day in both locations, face cleansers that reveal dirt from the atmosphere, air collected in pre-evacuated glass flasks, film, photographs, coal, and a apir of abandoned child’s sandals still encrusted with coal. The flasks from this show were also exhibited in the Wellcome Collection’s show entitled Dirt: The Filthy Realtiy of Everyday Life, March 24 – August 31, 2011

Unravelled, Waterhouse and Dodd, 26 Cork Street, London

21 May to 12 June 2008

A solo show largely dedicated to the ‘unravelling’ of an Egyptian mummy loaned by the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Exhibited alongside the work inspired by CT scans of the Ashmolean Mummy were a series of self-portraits based on MRI scans of the artist.

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International Centre for Life

Times Square, Scotswood Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4EP

June 2007

Film and a series of glass self-portraits

The Great Exhibition 2007

Royal College of Art Final Show

Kensington Gardens , London

15 to 29 June 2007

The artist’s Final Show at the RCA highlighted air as the precious commodity of the future. In April 2007, the artist travelled 500 miles south west of Beijing to Linfen in Shanxi Province, which according to official records is the most polluted place on earth. She then went directly to Cape Grim in the North West tip of Tasmania, home to the purest air and water in the world. Her exhibition featured a variety of media generated from these locations – film, photography, found objects as well as glass flasks containing air from both places, and jars with river and puddle samples which have now been analysed by scientists in the UK. Two identical white outfits she wore in both locations were on show alongside vials containing the water she extracted after shampooing her hair.

Inside Out

Inside Out: Body Imaging Sculptures by Angela Palmer

Qvist Gallery, Hunterian Museum. The Royal College of Surgeons, 35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, WC2

30 January – 20 May 2007

Website: http://www.rcseng.ac.uk

A solo exhibition of glass self-portraits and film. The exhibit which inspired the artist’s work – a scientific model constructed a by the Nobel Prize winner Dorothy Hodgkin – was loaned by the History of Science Museum in Oxford for the show. Dorothy Hodgkin drew the electron density contour images of the penicillin molecule on horizontal sheets of Perspex. The artist adapted this method by drawing details of the scanned human form on multiple sheets of glass, presented in three dimensions on a vertical plane. http://www.rcseng.ac.uk/museums/exhibitions/archive/inside-out-body-imaging-sculptures-by-angela-palmer/?searchterm=palmer

Divided Selves: The Scottish Self-Portrait from the 17th Century to the Present

The Fleming Collection, Berkeley Street, London W1

20th June – 2nd September, 2006

Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh

22nd April – 3rd June, 2006

Brain Awareness Week Exhibit

Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU

15th March – 16th April 2006

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/ion/involved/public/neuroscienceart/angela.htm

Glass engravings of the artist’s brain derived from MRI scans were shown in this exhibition.

Summer Exhibition

The Royal Academy

2005

Topologies of the Mind: Angela Palmer and Mark Lythgoe

The Fine Art Society, 148 New Bond Street, London W1S 2JT

29 November – 19 December 2003

Website: http://www.mlythgoe.com/ApalmerMlythgoe.htm

A show of work created in collaboration with neurophysiologist Dr Mark Lythgoe

 

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