Nina Beier & Marie Lund

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Nina Beier Born 1975 Denmark, lives and works in Berlin
Marie Lund Born 1976 Denmark, lives and works in London

Beier and Lund worked collaboratively between 2004 and 2009

EDUCATION

MA Royal College of Art, London

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2014

Le Musée d’une Nuit (script for levain traces), curated by Vincent Honoré, DRAF, Fondation Hippocrène, Paris
Noveau Festival, curated by Bernard Blistene, Centre Pompidou, Paris
Transfert de Fonds, curated by Arnaud Dejeammes, NaMiMa, Nancy, France
Tune in On the Notion and Politics of Listening, Casino Luxembourg, Luxembourg

2013

Encyclopedia of Failure, Curated by Zbynek Baladran and Vit Havranek, Jakarta Biennial, Indonesia
Dans Cinquante Ans D’ici, Les Territoires, Montreal, Quebec

2012

Artists of the No, cur. by Niekolass Johannes Lekkerkerk, Projektraum Viktor Bucher, Vienna
Formes Brèves, Autres, 25, curated by Anja Isabel Schneider, Frac Lorraine, Metz, 27 January – 8 April and MARCO, Vigo, Spain
Beyond Words, Nina Beier & Marie Lund, GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, Bremen, Germany

2010

The Object Lessons, curated by Christophe Gallois, Mudam, Luxembourg
The Testimony, curated by Laura Fried, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

2009

The Object Lessons, curated by Lorenzo Benedetti, De Vleeshal, Middelburg, Netherlands
The Testimony, curated by Ilaria Gianni and Cecilia Canziani, Nomas Foundation, Rome
Permanent Collection, Croy Nielsen, Berlin
Loss and Cause, Projectos Monclova, Mexico City

2008

Nina Beier and Marie Lund, Limoncello, London, as part of In-Betweens by The Hut Project
Two Women, Laura Bartlett Gallery, London
All The Best, Co-curated with Vincent Honoré for the David Roberts Foundation, Gallery one one one, London
A Circular Play, curated by Ursula Schöndeling, Braunschweig Kunstverein, Germany
Good Fences, (double show with Chosil Kil), Galleri Opdahl, Stavanger, Norway
A Circular Play (A Play in Circles), curated by Mami Kataoka, Wako Works of Art, Tokyo, Japan

2007

Dance Like I Do, curated Thorsten Sadowsky, Århus Kunstbygning, Center for Contemporary Art, Aarhus, Denmark
Dance Like I Do, curated by Henriette Bretton-Meyer, Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen

2006

You Us Or You Me, curated by Cecile Nusselein Graversen, M+R Gallery, London
You Us Or You Me, curated by Nicola Hood, Spacex – Center for Contemporary Art, Exeter, UK
Socialny Pokusy, Display Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
Do You Ever Think Of Me Naked, Bank Gallery, Paris, with artist Chosil Kil

2005

It’s Not Me, It’s You, M+R Gallery, London
I’m Like You, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen

2004

Drums Or Guitars I, Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Arts, London
You Like Me, M+R Gallery, London

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014

Le musée d’une nuit (script for leaving traces), curated by Vincent Honore’, David Roberts Art Foundation invited by Fondation Hippocrène, Paris
Transfer de Fonds, Namima, curated by Arnaud Dejeammes, Nancy, France

2013

Dans Cinquante Ans D’ici, Les Territoires, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Artists of the No, Curated by_Vienna 2012, Projektraum Viktor Bucher, Vienna

2012

When Attitudes Became Form Become Attitudes, curated by Jens Hoffmann, CCA Wattis, San Francisco
Formes Brèves, Autres, 25, curated by Anja Isabel Schneider, Frac Lorraine, Metz and MARCO, Vigo, Spain

2011

Under Destruction I, curated by Chris Sharp and Gianni Jetzer, The Swiss Institute, New York
The Event, The 29th Biennial of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana
Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan, Boba Dylana, curated by Edith Jerabkova, (3 person show with Jiri Kovanda and Marie Lund), DOX, Prague

2010

Under Destruction, curated by Chris Sharp and Gianni Jetzer, Museum Tinguely, Basel
Der ideale Ort, curated by Stefanie Böttcher, um mit der Freiheit unter vier Augen zu sprechen, Künstlerhaus Bremen, Germany
End Note, curated by Robert Okuda Fitzpatrick in collaboration with Tanya Leighton, Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin
Nomad-ness, Frac Pays de la Loire, France
MeetFactory, curated by Chris Sharp, Prague, Czech Republic
À l’ombre d’un Doute, Frac Lorraine, France
Among the Nightingales, Tatton Park Biennial, Screening programme, curated by Clarissa Corfe,  Knutsford, UK
A Never Ending Story, Copenhagen
We Have as Much Time as it Takes, curated by the Curatorial Practice Class of CCA, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts
History of Art, curated by Mihnea Mircan, The David Roberts Art Foundation, London
Book Show, curated by James Langdon and Gavin Wade, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, UK
In Which the Wind is Also a Protagonist, curated by Chris SharpCollection 02, De Vleeshal Kabinetten, Middelburg, Netherlands
A Very Very Long Cat, Wallspace, New York
Gallery, Galerie, Galleria, curated by Adam Carr Norma Mangione, Turin, Italy
Gestures, Group exhibition, Museet for Samtidskunst, Roskilde, Denmark
Performative Attitudes, curated by Alexandra Blättler Group exhibition, Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland
Performative Strategies, curated by Alexandra Blättler, Kunsthaus Glarus, Switzerland                             

2009

Suns Neither Rise Nor Set, Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art, London
Collective Spirits, curated by Johanne Løgstrup, Four Boxes Gallery, Krabbesholm, Denmark
Present Future, curated by Adam Carr, Croy Nielsen, ARTissima Art Fair, Turin, Italy
Momentum: Nordic Biennial, curated by Lina Dzuverovic and Stina Högkvist, Moss, Norway
Sniper, curated by Thomas Kratz, Galerie Biedermann, Munich, Germany
Getting Even -Oppositions + Dialogues, curated by Matt Packer, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, touring to Kunstverein Hannover, Germany
A Sensed Pertubation, Murray Guy, New York
We Would Like To Thank (Again) The Curators Who Wish to Remain Anonymous, Anne Barrault, Paris
Chapter three: The Wall of the Sky, The Wall of the Eye, curated by Christiane Rekade, About Change Collection, Berlin
Revolver, curated by Severin Dünser and Christian Kobald, COCO Kunstverein, Vienna, Austria
Audio, Video, Disco, curated by David Bussel, Kunsthalle Zurich, Switzerland
The Announcement, curated by Isla Leaver-Yap, ICA, London
Don’t Expect Anything, Francesca Minini, Milan
Berlin-Paris, curated by Henrika Nielsen and Oliver Croy, GB Agency, Paris
Fragile Currency, curated by Ilaria Gianni, Klemms Gallery, Berlin
Rank, curated by Alistair Robinson, Leeds City Art Gallery Leeds, touring to Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art and Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool, UK
La Notte, curated by Lorenzo Benedetti, Kunsthalle Mulhouse, Mulhouse, France
Reduction & Suspense, curated by Eva Kraus and Tilo Schultz, Kunstverien Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria

2008

What Is My Name, curated by Lorenzo Bruni, Hisk, Gent, Belgium
For the Future, Event, Gallery Sora, Tokyo, Japan
Behind, curated by Ilaria Gianni, Monitor Gallery, Rome
Oppositions & Dialogues, curated by Matthew Packer, Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork, Ireland
Insolubles Solides, curated by Cyril Dietrich, Betonsalon, Paris
Oh, A Show, curated by Annette Amberg, Showroom Platform, Basel, Switzerland
Symphony for People, Event programme at Zoo art fair, curated with Collecting Live Art
Laughing in a Foreign Language, curated by Mami Kataoka, Hayward Gallery, London
Nought To Sixty, Institute of Contemporary Art, London
Nordic Art and Experimental Film, film programme curated by Johanna Billing, Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden
Playtime, , curated by Mélanie Bouteloup and Grégory Castéra, Betonsalon, Paris
I have nothing to say and I am saying it, curated by Sunjung Kim, Platform Seoul, Contemporary Art Festival, Korea
Weisses Lacheln, Croy Nielsen, Berlin
All The Best, co-curated with Vincent Honoré, Gallery one one one, London
U-Turn, Quadriennale in Copenhagen
Notes Concernant les Objects qui sont sur la Table de Cuisine, guest in show by Sean Edwards, Super, Paris
Eurasia, MART Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, Italy
Past-Forward, curated by Vincent Honoré, 176 Gallery, London
Participation, Galerie Martin Janda, Vienna, Austria
Presence, Tony Wight Gallery, Chicago, USA
‘When I Was A Little Boy…’, curated by Mami Kataoka, guest in show by Jiri Kovanda, Klatovy, Czech Republic
‘Video Sequence 3’, la Maison des Arts de Malakoff, France
The Self-To-Other Ratio, TWS, Tokyo
‘The Unfair Fair’, curated by Vincent Honoré and Cecilia Canziani, Rome
This Way (Danish Contemporary Photography), Brandts Museum for Photography, Odense, works from the National Danish Photography Museum Collection
From a Distance, curated by Vincent Honoré, Wallspace, New York

2007

The Difference Between Humans & Walls and The Division, curated by Heidi Reitmaier, Tate Britain, London
Reminiscense of a Strike Action and We Grown-Ups Can Also Be Afraid, curated by Isobel Harbison and Vanessa Desclaux, Scolthead, London
Spitting Image, curated by Peter Funch, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen
I & Me Too, Cubitt, London, A screening and workshop from the series ‘Bands, Families and other Parties’
The Parralax Crew, curated by Xana Kudrjavcev-DeMilner and Lupe Nunez-Fernandez, Museo Internazionale della Musica, Bologne, Italy
The Play Me Series, event and film commissioned by Anne Szefer Karlsen of Flaggfabrikken, Bergen Kunsthal Landmark, Bergen, Norway
Collectivity, curated by Joseph del Pesco, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco
Actions & Interruptions, curated by Catherine Wood, Tate Modern, London
The Play Me Series, curated by Harrell Fletcher, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon, USA
Abstract Things, curated by Harrell Fletcher, Laura Bartlett Gallery, London
This Modern Life, Senko, Viborg, Denmark, curated by Faye Dowling
This is A Gettogether, curated by Dunja Kukovec and Josephine Michau, Skuc Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia

 

2006

Indica, curated by John Dunbar and Tot Taylor, Riflemaker Gallery, London
There Is A U, V1 Gallery, Copenhagen
This Is A Gettogether, curated by Dunja Kukovec and Josephine Michau, Skuc Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Scarcrow, curated by Olga Daniylopoulou, Nico de Oliverira and Nicola Oxley, Evangelos Averoff Museum, Metsovo, Greece
This Wish List, curated by Rupert Blanchard and Josephine Michau, M+R Gallery, London
Plans For Other Days
, curated by Juraj Carny, Space/Priestor Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia, with artist Chosil Kil

 

SPECIAL PRESENTATION AT ART FAIRS

2008

A Circular Play, ABC Art Berlin Contemporary, Croy Nielsen, Berlin

2007          

M+R Gallery, Zoo Art Fair, London

 

RESIDENCIES

2008

Kunstnerprojekt Suldahl, Artist residency in Sand, Norway
Croy Nielsen, Artist residency in Berlin

 

 

CATALOGUES

2011

Under Destruction, Museum Tinguely, Basel and the Swiss Institute, NYC
We Have as Much Time as it Takes, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco
History of Art, The, DRAF, London

2010

Gallery, Galerie, Galleria, Norma Mangione Gallery, Italy
Playground, STUK, Leuven

2009

L’Atelier est Mort, Vive l’Atelier!, Springhill Institute, England
Momentum Nordic Biennial’ 2009, Norway
‘The Points #02’, Croy Nielsen, Berlin, Germany
‘The Points #01’, Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City, Mexico
‘Nought to Sixty’, ICA, London, UK
‘Platform Seoul”, Artsonje, Korea

2008

Eurasia, MART Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto, Italy, June
ABC, Berlin, Germany. with Croy Nielsen
A Circular Play, Wako Works of Art, Tokyo, Japan
Past Forward, 176 Project Space, London, UK
Nought to Sixty, Institute of Contemporary Art, London
UTurn, Denmark, September
‘Laughing in a Foreign Language’, Hayward, England, January
‘Nina Jan Beier and Marie Jan Lund’, Readymade, Asia, January

2007

‘This Way’, Brandts Museum for Fotokunst, Denmark, December
Ny Dansk Kunst 2007’, Kopenhagen, Denmark, December
‘This is not Fiction’, by Christian Skovbjerg Jensen Copenhagen, Denmark, October
‘Actions & Interruptions’, Tate Modern, London, March

2006

‘This is a Gettogether’, Skuc Gallery, Ljubljana, Slovenia, August
‘Scarecrow’, Evangelos Averoff Museum, Metsovo, Greece July

 

ARTIST BOOKS

2005

‘Janfamily- Plans for other days’, Booth-Clibborn Editions

2004

‘How these things live’, Janfamily publishing
‘You like me’, Janfamily publishing

 

SELECTED PRESS

 

2010

Coline Milliard, Immaterial Girls, Modern Painters, Oct
Mousse, ‘Palpable Distance’, feature, Mihnea Mircan, Nov
Klara Kemp-Welch, ‘History of Art, the’, Art Monthly No. 337, June

2009

Spike Art Magazine, ʻJiri Kovanda Selection’, Oct
Artforum, ʻPermanent Collectionʼ, review, June
Petunia, ʻNina Beier and Marie Lundʼ, interview, Vincent Honore, France, Summer
Artworld, ʻNina Beier & Marie Lundʼ, interview, July
Artforum, ‘Permanent Collection’, review, June
Kult Magazine, ʻNina Beierʼ, interview, Italy, Feb

2008

Alli Beddoes, ‘Follow the Instructions’, Mousse, Issue 16, Dec/Jan 2008
Fotograf, ʻNina Beier and Marie Lund – Performance Artʼ, feature, Prague, Nov
Zero Deux, ‘Nina Beier & Marie Lund Chez’, Paris, Nov
Preview – Art World, London,October
‘Focus London’, Flash Art, Italy October
‘The Glue and the Wedge -Conversation with Beier and Lund, Arte e Critica, Italy, March
‘Nina Beier and Marie Lund’, So-en, Japan, March
‘Nina Beier and Marie Lund’, NO, Norway, February
The Times, ʻMeet the art worldʼs stars of tomorrowʼ, Oct
The Independent, ʻGolden generationʼ, Oct
Coline Milliard, Nina Beier and Marie Lund, Nought to Sixty, Insitute of Contemporary Art, London, October
Flash Art International,Vol. 41, No 262, October
Nina Jan Beier and Marie Jan Lund, in Laughing in a Foreign Language, Hayward Publishing, 2008

2007

Catherine Wood, ‘2007’, Artforum, December
‘Nina Jan Beier and Marie Jan Lund’, Paperback, England, September
Melanie Gilligan,‘Performance and its appropriations’, Artforum, June
‘Nina Jan Beier and Marie Jan Lund’, Laser magazine, Germany, Summer
‘Say the same thing together’, Arc, England, June
‘Clap in time’, Harpers Bazaar, Korea, March
‘Nina Jan Beier’, Tema Celeste, Italy, February
‘Nina Jan Beier and Marie Jan Lund’, Flasher, January
‘Dance Like I Do – Århus Kunstbygning’, Kopenhagen.dk, Denmark, February
‘Dance Like I Do – Overgaden’, Kopenhagen.dk, Denmark, February
‘Stills from’, Textfield, USA, Winter
‘Når ferniseringen..’, Politiken, January
Janfamily’ Nick Currie, ID Magazine, New York, January
Nancy Waters, Miranda July, Jan Family,Another Magazine, Autumn/Winter
Nina Jan Beier and Marie Jan Lund, Readymade Magazine, Vol. 12, Sept/Oct
Vanessa Desclaux, Actions and Interruptions,Tate Modern, catalogue text, March

2006

‘Indica’, Contemporary, December
‘This is a Get together’, Flash Art, Czech and Slovak Edition, Autumn
You Us Or You Me – M+R Gallery’,Kopenhagen, Denmark, November
‘This is a Get together’, Slovene National TV, Ljubjana, August
‘Janfamily’, Le Monde2, Paris, Autumn
‘You us or you me’, The Guardian, England, June
‘Janfamily, Nina Jan Beier y Marie Jan Lund’, Celeste, Mexico, Summer
‘Janfamily’, Harpers Bazaar, Korea, May
‘Nina Jan Beier and Marie Jan Lund’, Dazed&Confused,England, June
’Plans for other days’, Sugo Magazine, Venice, Spring
‘I’m like you Mm- I like you’, Sugo Magazine, Venice, Spring
‘Janfamily in Priestor Gallery’, SME daily newspaper, Bratislava, February
‘Janfamily in Priestor Gallery’, Slovak National Radio, Bratislava, January

2005

’la Bank – Do you ever think of me naked’, Beauxarts, France, December
’Janfamily, Do you ever think of me naked’, Le Monde, France, December
’Janfamily, Do you ever think of me naked’, Paris-Art, Paris, December
’Plans for other days’, Art Review, October
’Hej jeg hedder Jan’, Weekendavisen, Copenhagen, September
‘Nina Jan Beier’, Eurowoman, Denmark, September
‘Janfamily’, Marmelade Magazine, England, April
‘Nina Jan Beier and Marie Jan Lund’, Bantdergi, Istanbul, March
‘Critics pick – Nina Jan Beier’’, Artforum, USA, February
‘Janfamily’, So-En, Japan, January

2004

‘En sammenbundet stak papir’, Louisiana Magasin, Denmark, November
‘Nina Jan Beier and Marie Jan Lund’, Kulturnyt, Danish National Radio, Copenhagen, September
‘How these things live’, IDEAmagazine, Japan, October
‘Hvordan tingene lever/How things live’, Romeo+Juliet, Denmark, October
‘Janbooks’, Ryuko Tsushin, Japan, October
‘You like me – Nina Beier and Marie Lund’’, Portfolio, Edinburgh, June
‘Escondidas, Nina Beier y Marie Lund’, Celeste, Mexico