Andrew Mania

Andrew Mania (b. Bristol, 1974) lives and works in Bristol. Solo exhibitions include Andrew Mania, Bloomberg SPACE, London (2009) and Gogolin, Holbourne Museum of Art, Bath (2007). His work has been shown in group exhibitions including; PINK, Colette, Paris (2017); Adult World at Clearview Gallery, London (2017); BRISTOL, Peter von Kant Gallery, London (2017); Valentin at monChéri, Brussels (2017); Viaggio in Sicilia: Maps and Myths of the Mediterranean, Museo Archeologico Regionale Antonino Salinas, Sicily (2017); Portraits, Francesco Pantaleone Arte Contemporanea (2012); Nothing but Youth, Turner Contemporary, Margate (2011); Evening’s Tears, Morning’s Dew, Ancient and Modern, London (2011); Just Photography, Martos Gallery, New York. He was awarded the Rome Scholarship in 2004.
EDUCATION
1992–1993  University of West England
1994–1997  Falmouth College of Art
1998–1999  Chelsea College of Art

 

Exhibitions
2022
mothflower.com (group show) 
2020
David Nolan Gallery, New York, NY (group show)
2017
Colette, Paris, France (group show) 
Clearview Gallery, London, U.K. (group show)
Peter von Kant Gallery, London, U.K. (group show)
monChéri, Brussels, Belgium (group show) 
Museo Archeologico Regionale Antonino Salinas, Sicily (group show)
2012
Francesco Pantaleone Arte Contemporanea (group show)
2011
Turner Contemporary, Margate, Kent, U.K. (group show)
2009
Diana Stigter Gallery, Amsterdam, The Netherlands (solo)
Chez Valentin Gallery, Paris, France (solo)
COMMMA09, Bloomberg Space, London, UK (solo)
Featuring, Chez Valentin Gallery, Paris, France
Collage, London/New YorkFred ltd Gallery, London, UK
Autofellatio: boy in Da Corner, Take Courage Gallery , London, UK
2008
Francesco Pantalone arte Contemporanea, Palermo, Italy (solo)
Awopbopaloobop, Transition Gallery , London, UK
Monochrome-Drawings and Prints, Rabley Contemporary Drawing Center, Marlborough, Wilshire, UK
Soul Stripper, Projet Midi, Brussels, Belgium
The Painting Room, Transition Gallery, London, UK
The Golden Record, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, UK
4 artistes, Chez Valentin Gallery, Paris, France
2007
Gogolin, Holbourne Museum of Art, Bath, UK (solo)
Your Position as Much as Your Environment, he Model Arts and Niland Gallery, Sligo,Ireland
Looking Up, Galeria Mario Sequeria, Braga, Portugal
15 anos tiene mi amor, Espacio Minini Gallery, Madrid, Spain
2006
Tempest, curated by John Connelly, The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY
Andrew Mania & Carl Van Vechten, Vilma Gold, London, UK
The Line of Beauty, Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, New York, New York, NY
2005
Gods and Monsters, Peres Projects, Los Angeles, CA
Andrew Mania, Jack Hanley, San Francisco, CA (solo)
Andrew Mania, John Connelly Presents, New York, NY (solo)
Andrew Mania, Vilma Gold, London, UK (solo)
Andrew Mania, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK (solo)
Guggenheim Artists Ball Auction, Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
Odiseado Tra Tempo, Peter Kilchman Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland
2004
New Video Work, R O O M, Bristol, UK (solo)
Inside Out: Investigating Drawing, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes
The Discerning Egg, The Ship, London, UK
Collage Show (Max Ernst to the Present Day), Bloomberg Space, London, UK
Wider than the Sky, (curated by Lizzie-Carey Thomas), 117 Commercial Street, London, UK
Vilma Gold at Galerie Diana Stigter, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Paper, Patricia Faure Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2003
Corpa Nova, Spitalfields, London, UK
Bootleg, Spitalfields, London, UK
Hair the Show, Tablet Gallery, London, UK
2002
Art and Mountains, The Alpine Club, London, UK
Pizza Express Prospects Drawing Prize, Essor Project Space, London, UK
CLUB, Comforte, Poiters, France
Absolut Crazy Art Holes, Glasgow Lighthouse, Glasgow, UK
What If We Were Wrong, Spike Island, Bristol, UK
3 x 4 = 9, Britart, London, UK
Andrew Mania, Vilma Gold, London, UK (solo)
Jerwood Drawing Prize, Jerwood Space, London, UK
2001
Station to Station, Spacex and Maritime Museum, Exeter, UK
Andrew Mania, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK (solo)
The Station Space, Phoenix Wharf, Bristol, UK
2000
Incorporate, Arts & Business HQ, London, UK
Bloomberg New Contemporaries, (touring) Milton Keynes Gallery, Cornerhouse, Manchester, Inverleith House, Edinburgh, UK (cat.)