Matthew Hindley

Matthew Hindley graduated from the Michaelis School of Fine Art, Cape Town in 2002; where he was awarded the Michaelis Prize. As one of the countries' most recognised younger painters, Hindley’s intense, poetic and delving artworks have featured in various critical and seminal South African exhibitions. His most recent solo painting presentation The Brush Itself Incite was held at the SILO hotel Vault Gallery in Cape Town, in 2019. In addition, he has presented at the world-renowned Eli and Edythe Broad Museum, Michigan (2012) and the Kochi Muziris Biennale, India (2012). In 2014 he worked on a series of paintings inspired by the mythological African tales of South African writer Don Mattera, for a book published by Rhodeworks, in Berlin, Germany. In 2015 his artwork was part of the imago mundi, Benetton Collection at the Venice Biennale, and his major public sculpture Speak Naturally and Continuously was installed above the entrance of the South African National Gallery in Cape Town, South Africa. This artwork was rebuilt in late 2018/early 2019 and reopened to the general public interaction May 2019. SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS 2020 Title to be confirmed, Everard Read, Johannesburg, South Africa 2019 The Brush Itself Incites, Vault Gallery, Silo Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa 2018 The Divided Self, Everard Read, Cape Town, South Africa Survey of Risk, David Krut, Johannesburg, South Africa 2015 Resurrection (Der Brennende Wald), Everard Read, Cape Town, South Africa The Five Magic Pebbles & other stories (by Don Mattera), David Krut Projects, Cape Town, South Africa 2013 Twilight of the Idols, Biksady Galeria, Budapest, Hungary 2012 One Pearl of Great Price, VOLTA8, Basel, Switzerland 2011 The Solo Project, Basel, Switzerland An Everlasting Once , Brundyn+, Cape Town, South Africa 2009 Like, like, like, like a Circus , Brundyn+ Wembley Project Space, Cape Town, South Africa Black Out , Brundyn+, Cape Town, South Africa 2007 Private Vernissage (with Kromschröder & Pfannenschmidt), Berlin, Germany 2006 Before My Time, 34Long, Cape Town, South Africa 2005 Speak Naturally & Continuously , Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa 2004 Klein Karoo National Arts Festival, Oudtshoorn, South Africa Surrender, Bell-Roberts Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS 2020 Investec Cape Town Art Fair, with Everard Read, Cape Town, South Africa 2019 Filling in the Gaps, Iziko South Africa National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa Self, Gallery at Glen Carlou, Stellenbosch, South Africa Winter, Everard Read, Cape Town, South Africa 2018 Summer, Everard Read, Cape Town, South Africa Investec Cape Town Art Fair, with Everard Read, Cape Town, South Africa 2017 FNB JOBURG Art Fair, Everard Read /CIRCA Booth, Johannesburg, South Africa Winter Collection, CIRCA Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa Turbine Art Fair with 50ty/50ty, Johannesburg, South Africa 2016 365 Days of Projects & Collaborations, David Krut, Johannesburg, South Africa AKAA Art Fair, with Everard Read, Paris, France FNB JOBURG Art Fair, David Krut Projects (DKP), Johannesburg, South Africa Inch x Inch, David Krut Projects (DKP) Johannesburg, South Africa CAPE TOWN ART FAIR, Everard Read/ CIRCA Gallery Booth, Cape Town, South Africa 2015 Homage, Everard Read, Cape Town, South Africa Empire, Everard Read, Cape Town, South Africa Imago Mundi - Map of New Art, Benetton Collection, Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice Biennale, Italy 2014 TWENTY: Contemporary Art From South Africa , Turchin, Centre for the Visual Arts, Appalachian State University, North Carolina / Traveling to the Beijing Biennale, China in 2015 2013 Material/Representation, Brundyn+, Cape Town, South Africa 2012 Collateral Segment - BRICS, Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Kochi, India Global Groove, Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan, USA 2010 Spier Contemporary Biennial, Cape Town, South Africa 2009 Dada South, South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa 2007 South African Art, Danubiana Art Museum, Bratislava, Hungary 2005 Videobrazil, WWWF Anthology Performance, Brazil 2004 A Decade of Democracy: Witnessing South Africa, National Center for African American Arts, Boston, USA 2003 On the road again, Engler & Piper Projekte, Berlin, Germany MTN New Contemporaries, Museumafrica, Johannesburg, South Africa 2002 In no particular order (vol.1), 16th Recontres Video Art Plastique, Normandy, France 2001 World Wide Video festival, Arti et Amicae, Amsterdam, The Netherlands AWARDS 2005 Winner of the permanent public art installation competition, South African National Gallery 2002 Michaelis Prize, UCT, Cape Town, South Africa 2002 Simon Gershin prize, UCT, Cape Town, South Africa 1994 Irma Stern prize, UCT, Cape Town, South Africa

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