CV

Minnie Weisz
Born 1974. Lives and works in London and Cambridge.
Education
2003

  • The Royal College of Art MA Communication Art and Design

2001

  • The London College of Printing BA Hons Graphic and Media Design

 

Texts
2014

  • Third Spaces Natasa Jovicic Director of Public Institution Jasenovac Memorial Site, Croatia – link

 

Group and Solo Exhibitions  
2016

  • Shuffle Herrick Gallery, Mayfair London
  • Voies Off : Arles /Wunderkammer III at Galerie Huit Arles France

2015

  • Inaugural Show : Paul Hazelton, Reece Jones, Minnie Weisz, Matthew Killick        Herrick Gallery Mayfair, London

2014

  • Capriccio II Van Kranendonk Gallery, The Hague The Netherlands
  • Dubbel Beeld, Kunstliefde Utrecht, Artists: Roger Suermondt, Minnie Weisz, Herko van Erden, Mehraneh Atashi.
  • Art the Hague Fair, WTC Gallery The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Art Rotterdam, Van Kranendonk Gallery, The Netherlands
  • Art Rotterdam Revisited, Van Kranendonk Gallery, The Hague The Netherlands
  • Key to the City Galerija Pet Kula, Sutej Foundation, Motovun Film Festival, Istria Croatia ( solo )

2013

  • Art The Hague Fair, WTC The Hague Gallery, The Netherlands
  • Inside Out, WTC The Hague Gallery, The Netherlands
  • View with a Room – Camera Obscura, Gallery Makina, Pula Film Festival, Croatia. ( solo )
  • View with a Room, Julian Hartnoll Gallery, London. (solo )
  • Camera Obscura, The London Film Museum. ( solo )

2012

  • Interior Landscapes, The Pinhole Photography Festival, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
  • Camera Obscura, The London Festival of Photography, at Minnie Weisz Studio, King’s Cross ( solo )

2011

  • Ubi Sunt, The Asylum Chapel, Peckham, London
  • Non Obsolescence  by Charlie Levine, Downstairs Gallery, Great Brampton House, Hereford Photography Festival
  • A message to King’s Cross. Billboard Art Outpost on Goods Way : Driving home by Adam Zoltowski. Commissioned by Minnie Weisz Studio and supported by Argent LLP
  • A message to King’s Cross. Billboard Art Outpost on Goods Way : Pinhole paper negative of Gasholder no.8 by Minnie Weisz.
  • Creative Machines and Minimalist Sculpture curated by Minnie Weisz + Charlie Levine. Curzon St Station, Birmingham with The Event Festival.
  • Adventures in the Valley. Polly Braden and David Campany. curated by Minnie Weisz in partnership with The London Street Photography Festival, Minnie Weisz Studio

2010

  • King’s Cross Stories – Part 2, KX Reveal Festival, London. A collaborative exhibition with Minnie Weisz and Caroline Collinge. Poetry recital by Aidan Andrew Dun
  • A Picture Unfolds : The Story of Phyllis Pearsal of the London A-Z. A solo show by Paper Artist, Collagist : Caroline Collinge at Minnie Weisz Studio King’s Cross London
  • The Table that can tell stories and other contraptions. Solo show by Tom Foulsham. curated by Minnie Weisz Studio
  • A message to King’s Cross. Billboard Art Outpost. Typo Histories by Jonathan Barnbrook. Commissioned by Minnie Weisz Studio  supported by Argent LLP.  http://virusfonts.com/news/2010/12/kings-cross-billboard/

2009

         Summer Salon : Mixed Media Salon: Florence Peake, Robert Fry, Lisa Krussmagi, Keelertornero, Minou Norouzi, Maria Marshall, Nesta Fitz-Gerald,  Minnie Weisz Studio Launch

2008

  • A Diary of a Derelict Dairy, mixed media Exhibition curated by Minnie Weisz. Artists : Audial Sense  Alex Haw  Oliver Bancroft  Aidan Andrew Dun  Nesta Fitz-Gerald  Karen Garratt  Henry Krokatsis  Maria Marshall  Milk Bottle News  Candida Richardson,  Minnie Weisz, Wrap3. The Dairy Depot, Bloomsbury (prior to redevelopment) supported by The London Festival of Architecture, Wharfside Regeneration and Blueprint Magazine.

2007

  • Urban Fairy Tales, Film installation at Sirkeci Railway Station. Art-Xist Gallery, Istanbul Contemporary Art Fair
  • King’s Cross Stories, The Great Northern Hotel, St.Pancras International Opening, London. supported by Argent plc and London Continental Railways  (solo)
  • King’s Cross Stories : films: Returning to the Past with Jeremy Ross, Mysteries of King’s Cross with poet Aidan Andrew Dun.  Birbeck Cinema, UCL London

2006

  • King’s Cross as Camera Obscura, The Albion Stables, Balfe st King’s Cross. The London Architecture Biennale. (solo) kindly supported by Camden Council, Argent LLP and The London Development Agency.

2005

  • Eye Dream, Simon Finch Art, London. (solo)
  • An Invitational Exhibition  F A Projects London
  • Lectures

2015  

  • Camera Obscura talk, The Recording Vessel The Photographers Gallery, London
  • Adaptive Architecture Symposium, with Architect Benedict O’Looney, CASS & BANK Gallery Space, London

2008

  • Recording Framing Witnessing, The University of Gloucestershire

 

Awards/Commissions/Residencies

2015/16

Artist Residency at Galerie Huit, Arles France
2014

  • Motovun City Gate Tower, Camera Obscura Installation Commission, Miroslav Sutej Foundation, Motovun Croatia

2013

  • Artist in residence, The London Film Museum London UK

2006 – 2009

  • Cultural Heritage Commissions, Heritage Regeneration Site, King’s Cross Central, Argent LLP, London

2003

  • Chris Garnham Memorial Award for Photography, MA graduate show, Royal College of Art, London

 

Published Works
2013

  • Photography Portfolio, John Ingeldew and Lorenz Gullaschen, Lawrence King, London

2012

  • 100 Ideas that changed Photography, Mary Warner Marien, Lawrence King, London

2011

  • The A-Z of Visual Ideas, John Ingeldew, Lawrence King, London

2006

  • Londres, un Cite en Mouvement, Yann Perreau and Kevin Biderman, Editions Autrement, Paris

2003

  • Eye Dream, Artists book, Voewood Art and Books, Holt Norfolk. link

 

 

Press
2015/16

  • Inside In by Michael Barnett, State/F22 Magazine

2014

  • Camera Obscura Exhibition, Galerija Pet kula, Miroslav Sutej Foundation, Motovun, Croatia. link
  • Double Vision/Dubbel Beeld, Kunstliefde Utrecht, The Netherlands link

2013

  • Gallery Makina, Pula Film Festival, Pula Croatia. link

2012

  • King’s Cross The Guardian Street Stories App
  • The Arts Clique, interview by John Paul Pryor link

2010

  • How I make it work, Sunday Times Style Magazine

2008

  • Images of Echoes, Phoebe Greenwood, The Times
  • The Diary of a Derelict Dairy, Peter Kelly, Blueprint Magazine
  • History talks… Mark Kebble. Angel North Magazine

2007

  • One Last Look, Dominic Bradbury, The Telegraph Magazine link
  • Minnie Weisz points her camera into the dark shadows of London’s Kings Cross. Dazed and Confused.

2006

  • I am a Camera, Simon Hardeman, The Independent link

 

Publications Rizzoli International
2016

  • WKW The Cinema of Wong Kar Wai by Wong Kar Wai and John Powers, Co-editor Minnie Weisz, Rizzoli International 2016

2010

  • Matthew Williamson by Colin McDowell, Editor Minnie Weisz, Rizzoli International Publ. 2010

2009

  • Norman Parkinson A Very British Glamour by Louise Baring, Editor Minnie Weisz, Rizzoli International Publ. 2009

2008

  • Narciso Rodriguez, by Narciso Rodriguez and Betsy Berne, Co-editor Minnie Weisz, Rizzoli International Publ. 2008

2007

  • A Picture History of the Grenvilles of Rosedale House by Mary Yelloly, Designed by Minnie Weisz, Rizzoli NY 2007