Lorna Macintyre-3

Born 1977, lives and works in Glasgow.

Following a BA (Hons) in Fine Art (Environmental Art) at Glasgow School of Art, Lorna Macintyre completed a Master of Fine Art at GSA in 2007.

Macintyre’s recent sculptural and photographic works have used a number of reference points – from literature, psychology, Greek mythology and alchemical symbolism – as the initial source for her ideas. These references frequently form a kind of oblique structure behind a piece of her work, often lending a form for a composition or providing the impetus behind the choice of materials.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2013
Last Chance, SWG3, Glasgow
Pied a Terre, San Francisco

2012
Midnight Scenes and Other Works, Mary Mary, Glasgow Nocturne, Installation in St. Peterʼs Church, Kettleʼs Yard, Cambridge

2011
A Tree of Night, Galerie Kamm, Berlin

2010
Form and Freedom, Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel Granite and Rainbow, Wiels, Brussels

2009
Sentences Not Only Words, Mary Mary, Glasgow

2008
The Word for World is Forest, Galerie Kamm, Berlin Nought to Sixty, ICA, London

2007
Mary Mary, Glasgow

2006
The Sun Puts His Arm Right Through The Window, Galerie Kamm, Berlin

2005
New Work, Glasgow Sculpture Studios Gallery, Glasgow

2004
Miseries and Wonders are Twins, They are Born Together, The Project Room, Glasgow

2003
Illusions of Grandeur, Switchspace, Glasgow

2000
Complecity 11, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow*

Group exhibitions

2012
Die/Der Wurfel/Le De (II), COCO, Vienna
One Person’s Materialism is Another Person’s Romanticism (with Rallou Panagiotou and Anthea Hamilton), The Briggait, Glasgow International
Studio 58: Women Artists in Glasgow Since WWII, Mackintosh Museum, Glasgow School of Art
Glasgow Associate Artists Exhibition, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge

2011
One Person’s Materialism is Another Person’s Romanticism (with Rallou Panagiotou and Anthea Hamilton), Re-Map 3, Athens
You, Me, Something Else, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow
Wallpaperism, Motel Campo, Geneva
Fruits Flowers and Clouds, MAK, Vienna
One Cannot Go On Saying But, Glasgow University Reading Room as part of Virginia Woolf conference (collaborative project with Kate Davis, Anne-Marie Copestake, Rachel Lowther and Kitty Anderson)
Edition release, <Dienstag Abend>, Ve.sch, Vienna

2010
Better Living With, Museum Ludwig, Cologne They Do Things Differently There, Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh
Signs of Life, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles
Supernature, An Exercise in Loads, AMP, Athens
Photogenic, Blanket, Vancouver Neugierig?, Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn
Solace, Austrian Cultural Forum, New York

2009
A Twilight Art, Harris Lieberman, New York Don’t Expect Anything, Francesca Minini, Milan
Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors, Bugada &Cargnel, Paris
Revolver, Coco (Contemporary Concerns), Vienna Zweckgemeinschaft, MICA MOCA, Berlin

2008
Cohabitation: 13 Artists And Collage, Galleria Francesca Kaufmann, Milan
100 Years, 100 Artists, 100 Works of Art, A Foundation Gallery, Rochelle School, London

2007
ArtFutures, Bloomberg Space London, (curated by The Contemporary Art Society)
Play, Galleri Erik Steen, Oslo
Further More, MFA Degree show, Tramway, Glasgow
Further More MFA Degree Show, Artnews, Berlin
Rhythm Decay, Akureyri Art Museum, Iceland
Fit to Print, Gagosian, Madison Avenue, New York
Fearful Objects, Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago

2006

Death and The Compass, Four, Dublin De Kunstvlaai 6, Amsterdam (with Glasgow School of Art)
You Always Say No To Ibitha, Alex Pollazzon, London
How Does It Make You Feel? Galerie Iris Kadel, Karlsruhe
Shape Without Form, Shade Without Colour, Paralysed Force, Gesture Without Motion, Galleria Francesca Kaufmann, Milan

2005
Low Lights and Trick Mirrors, Generator Projects, Dundee
Superbia 2, St. Columbus School, Cork (part of Cork 2005)