JOSEPHINE PRYDE

Josephine Pryde lives and works in London and Berlin, where she is also Professor for Contemporary Art & Photography at the University of the Arts. At the time of writing, her next exhibition will be ‘Is It Coping, How Adapting’, at the independent space ‘A Certain Level of Incoherence’, Porto, September 2019. In November 2019, she will be part of the four-artist show, ‘Objects Recognized In Flashes’ at Mumok, Vienna, together with Michele Abeles, Annette Kelm and Eileen Quinlan. Her most recent solo exhibition in London was ‘In Case My Mind Is Changing’ at Simon Lee Gallery, November 2018. Josephine Pryde was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2016. Other recent solo exhibitions include ‘lapses in Thinking By the person i Am’, CCA Wattis and ICA Philadelphia, both 2015, and ‘These Are Just Things I Say, They Are Not My Opinions’, Arnolfini, Bristol, 2014. She has published several catalogues and also writes texts, most recently publishing ‘Men of the Left’ in Texte zur Kunst, March 2018 and ‘Constable’ in the collection ‘Anarchic Desires of Plain Unmarried Schoolteachers’, ed. Chris McCormack, 2015.