Tania Kovats is contactable through asprey jacques 020 7287 7675
Lives and works in London.
Education / Awards

Civic Trust Award (for outstanding contribution to the quality
and appearance of the environment)
1997 British School at Rome Scholarship
Royal Society of Arts, Art for Architecture Award
1996 Royal Society of Arts, Art for Architecture Award
1991 Barclays Young Artist of the Year Award
1988-90 M.A. Royal College of Art, London
1985-88 B.A. Newcastle Polytechnic, Newcastle -upon-Tyne (Great Britain)

Solo Exhibitions

2001 Schist, asprey jacques, London
1999 New Art Centre, Sculpture Park and Gallery, Salisbury (Great Britain)
1998 asprey jacques Contemporary Art Exhibitions, London
Galleria Marabini, Bologna (Italy)
1997 'Erosion' (with Carlo Guaita), British School at Rome
1995 Laure Genillard Gallery, London
1994 Philippe Rizzo Gallery, Paris Staten Galerie, Den Haag (Netherlands)
1993 Laure Genillard Gallery, London
1992 Lokaal 01, Breda (Netherlands)
1991 Riverside Studios, London
Group Exhibitions
2001 Unseen Landscapes. Artist and Wilderness, The Lowry, Salford, UK
2000 Explorations of the Environment: Landscape Redefined, Barbara Gillman Gallery, Miami
Lemon Tree Hill, asprey jacques London
real places?, Westfälischer Kunsterverin, Münster, curated by
Andrew Cross and Suzanne Gaenscheimer
Landscape, British Council Touring Exhibition curated by
Ann Gallagher, ACC Galerie, Wiemar; Union of Artists, Moscow;
Peter + Paul Fortress, St. Petersberg; Museum of Modern Art, Rome; Centro Cultural Del Conde Duque, Madrid; Espace Electra, Paris
'Lost', IKON Gallery, curated by Tania Kovats, Birmingham
1999 'Officina Europa', Bologna, curated by Renato Barilli
'Shopping', F.A.T. Production, Carnaby Street, London
'The Poster Show' Gavin Brown's Enterprise, New York
'Cognitive Landscapes', Dorothee De Pauw Galerie, Brussels
1998 'Thinking Aloud', Kettle's Yard, Cambridge touring to Cornerhouse, Manchester and Camden Arts Centre, London
'Il Passato nel Presente', The Tannery, London touring to Turin in 1999
'New Art From Britain', Kunstraum Innsbruck, Austria
1997 'Belladonna', ICA, London 'Pictura Britannica', Museum of Modern Art, Sydney, Australia travelling to Te Papa Museum, New Zealand
1996 'Happy Squirrel Club' Bank, Eindhoven Galerie Ursula Walbrol, Dusseldorf
'Station Transformation', Tel Aviv 'ACE!', Arts Council Touring Exhibition inc. Hayward Gallery, London and Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol (Great Britain)
'Sculptor's Drawings', Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance (Great Britain)
1995 'Fuori Fase', Viafarini, Milan (with Martin Creed and Gillian Wearing)
'Fetishism', Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, London
'Melange d'Aout', Laure Genillard Gallery, London
'Automne-Herst 95', Staten Galerie, Den Haag (Netherlands)
'Elemental;', Newlyn Art Gallery, Penzance (Great Britain)
1994 'Appearances', Massimo Minini Gallery, Brescia (Italy)
'Drawings', Laure Genillard Gallery, London
'Art Unlimited', CCA, Glasgow (touring)
1993 'Escale-Stopover-Tussenstop', Musee d'Art Moderne, Villneuve d'Ascq (France)
1992 'Discretion', Canary Wharf, London 'Twist', Laure Genillard Gallery, London
1991 'Barclays Young Artist Award', Serpentine Gallery, London
'Salon de Debutanten', Slagharen (Netherlands) '1001', Lokaal 01, Breda (Netherlands)
Publc Art Works
2000 'Sitooteries' Belsey Hall, Northumberland, English Heritage (forthcoming)
1999 'Contour', in 'Secret Gardens - A series of works in gardens and the landscape', Salisbury
1998 'Viewpoint' - Ongoing public art commission at Kielder Water, Northumbria (Great Britain)
1996 'Roadworks', F.A.T. Public Art Project, Centrepoint, London
1995 'Garden' commissioned by the Public Art Development Trust, London
Architectural Projects
1998 'Plinth', permanent architectural public art work for IKON Gallery, Birmingham (Great Britain)
1997 Collaboration with landscape architect Peter Etches for landscape scheme for Thornton Research Centre and Science Park
Artist on the design team for a new sustainable primary school, Essex. Architects: Alford Hall Monoghan Mo Ūrris
1996-97 Artist on the design team for bus station in Walsall (Great Britain)
Architect: Alford Hall Monoghan Morris
1995-97 Artist on the design team for the Ikon Gallery's relocation in Birmingham. Architects: Levitt Bernstein
Catalogues / Publications
2000 'Landscape', published by The British Council, London
'Lost', published by IKON Gallery, Birmingham; with a preface by Jonathon Watkins, an essay by Irit Rogoff and notes by Tania Kovats
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