Clare Woods

Born 1972, lives and works in Hereford, UK

Education

1997 - 99 MA, Goldsmith’s College, London
1991 - 94 BA, Bath College of Art, Bath
Ausstellungen

Solo Exhibitions

2022
2021
2020
2019
2018
2015
2013
2012
2011
2009
2008
2007
2006
2004
2002
2000
1997

Group Exhibitions

2022
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2005
2004
2003
2002
2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994

Selected Collections

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo
Arken Museum of Modern Art, Ishøj
Arts Council Collection, London
British Airways Art Collection, London
CCA Andratx, Mallorca
Colección VAC (Valencia Arte Contemporáneo), Valencia
Government Art Collection, London
Harewood House, Leeds
Honart Museum, Tehran
Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge
Mead Gallery, Warwick University, Warwick
NationalCollection of Wales, Cardiff
Nuffield College Collection, Oxford
Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton
The British Council Collection, London
The Dakis Joannou Collection Foundation, Athens
The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield
The Hiscox Collection, London
The Hive, Worcester
The National Museum, Cardiff
The Ophiuchus Collection, Geneva
Tulle House Museum & Art Gallery, Carlisle
VIA University, Aarhus

Selected Publications

2018

Reality Dimmed, Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Center, UK (exh. cat.)

H. Juddah: Clare Woods, Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry, UK, Frieze, April

2017

Victim of Geography, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, UK (exh.cat.)

2016

The Romantic Thread in British Art, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, UK (exh.cat.) 

A. Marr, J.Higgie, M.Bracewell, R. Daniels, S. Martin, Clare Woods Strange Meetings, Art Books Publishing, London, UK 

2015

Imagining A University, Fifty Years of The University of Warwick Art Collection, Warwick University, Warwick, England (exh.cat.) 

2014

A Tree A Rock A Cloud, Clare Woods (The National Collection Of Wales, Oriel Davies, Wales)

Brask Collection at Munkeruphus (Munkeruphus Art Museum, Gilleleje, Denmark)

Under the Greenwood, Picturing the British Tree from Constable to Kurt Jackson (St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery and Southampton City Art Gallery, Lymington, UK) 

2011

Bracewell, Michael & Stephens, Chris: The Unquiet Head, Hepworth Wakefield, (exh.cat.)
Hastings, Sheena: A larger landscape...and a epic sense of place, Yorkshire Post Interview, 21.11.11 p.3
Farkas, Rebecca: The Unquiet Head, A-N Magazine Review, p.34
Osborne, Sarah: Spirits of the Landscape, A story for children inspired by the paintings of Clare Woods.
Clare Woods on Graham Sutherland’s Black Landscape (1939-1940), Tate Etc, Issue 23, Autumn

2010

Nash, Paul: The Elements, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, essay by Simon Grant (illustrated in colour, p. 41)

2009

The Dark Monarch, Magic and Modernity in British Art, Tate St Ives (exh.cat.)

Bracewell, Michael: Something Supernatural, This Way Comes, Tate etc., Autumn, pp.62-67

Dillion, Brian: Disc World, Guardian Review, 24 October, p.18

2008

Superstratum, Koraalbery Gallery, Antwerp, Belguim (exh.cat.)

Hussey, Lauren. Interview: For Display Purposes, October, p.13
Geldard, Rebecca. Clare Woods, Modern Painters, November, p.100

2007 Colección VAC (Valencia Arte Contemporáneo), Catalogue of works, Valencia
2006 New Art from London, Chris Townsend, Thames and Hudson  
ESENCIAS 11, exhibition catalogue, Coleccion Ernesto Verntos, Arte 
International
 Deaf Man’s House, text by Barry Schwabsky, Koenig Books, London
Review. Wright, Karen. Modern Painters, February 2006
Review. Neo 2, February, 2006
Chisenhale Gallery, London (exh.cat.)
2005

Extreme Abstraction, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, (exh.cat.)
 

Make 2', Ken Shuttleworth

Herbert, Martin. Feature. Ambient Landscapes, Tate etc, Summer 2005

2004

Monument to Now, Deste Foundation of Contemporary Art, (exh.cat.)


Printed Project, letters from five continents, Saskia Bos & Rob Tufnell 


Forest, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, (exh.cat.) 


Failed Back, Modern Art, London (exh.cat.)
Stay Positive, Marella Arte Cantemporanea, (exh.cat.)


New British Painting, John Hansard Gallery, (exh.cat.)  


Herbert, Martin. Review. In: Time Out, London, March 17-24, pg 47

2003 40 Views of and Icon, Comme des Garcons
2002 Painting as a Foreign Language, Edificio Cultura Inglesa (exh.cat.)

Hill, Joe. Review. ‘New York: Cohan, Leslie & Browne’, in: Contemporary, December 2002
Smith, Roberta. “Review Clare Woods”, in: The New York Times, Oct. 25, pg 37
2001

The Hydra Workshop, Hydra Greece, (exh.cat.) 


Tail Sliding, The British Council, (exh.cat.) 


London Underground, Sungkok Art Museum, Korea, (exh.cat.)


Beck’s Futures, ICA, London, (exh.cat.) 
Bolton, Will, “Clare Woods”, What’s On, January 2001 
McFarland, Dale, Review, in: Frieze, issue 58
Ratnam, Niru. Review. “Painting is Dead, Long Live Painting”, The Face, April
“Masters at Work”, Review. In: I-D Magazine - The Aesthetic Issue,
 May

2000 British Art Paintings II, exhibition catalogue, Diehl Vorderwuelbecke, Berlin 
The Art Newspaper, Review. no 108, November
Review. ‘Art, Clare Woods’, in: Evening Standard, 26th October
Allfree, Claire. Review. ‘Art, Clare Woods’, in: Metro Life, Metro, October 27th
Gleadell, Colin. Review. ‘The Power of Paint’, in: Telegraph
 Magazine, p.37, September 16
Review. ‘And if There Were No Stories’, in: Evening Standard, March 8th
Review. ‘Cluster Bomb at Morrison Judd’, in: Flash Art, Jan/Feb