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Curriculum Vitae

Education:

  • Goldsmiths University of London  - Masters of Fine Art 2017/2019

  • Institute of Art Design and Technology (IADT), Dun Laoghaire, Ireland - Graduated with a first class honours degree in Visual Arts Practice 2011/2015.

Awards/Residencies:

  • RDS Branchardière Lace Bursary Award - 2022

  • Pallas Projects - Artist initiated projects- 2022

  • Agility Award 2021 - Arts Council Ireland 

  • Newby Trust Craft Excellence Award 2021/22

  • Glass Lab Residency Award 2021  - The Glass Foundry, Stroud  UK 

  • Gilbert Bayes Sculpture Award 2020

  • Irish Visual Arts Bursary Award 2020

  • Zealous: Sculpture Stories Prize 2020

  • COvid-19 Emergency relief fund 2020 - awarded maximum grant of £2,500 by The Arts Council England  to support my practice during the pandemic. 

  • Robert Walters UKYA 2019 Young Artist of the Year (runner up Award)  - received a £5000 bursary to further develop my artistic practice. 

  • Collyer Bristow Gallery - Exceptional Exhibition 2019/20 - Committee's Choice Award 

  • Sarabande (The Alexander Mcqueen Foundation) Studio Award - selected as the 2019/20 artist for the Sarabande year long studio bursary in conjunction with Bloomberg New Contemporaries 

  • A4 Sounds Studios, Dublin - Recipient of the 2017 graduate studio Award

  • Ormond Studios, Dublin - 2015 Winner of the graduate studio Residency 

  • RDS student Art Awards - work selected and showcased in 2015 and 2016

Exhibitions:

 

2022

  • The International Glass Biennale 2022. Stourbridge,England - participated in the international festival of glass alongside a selection of other artists who participated in the glass lab residency programme.

  • Lament.  Pallas Project Studios, Dublin.- solo show at Pallas project Studios in conjunction with  the Artist initiated project award.

  • The Demon Show - group show exhibiting the works of eight female artists exploring the role of female/non binary mythical creatures in relation to gender identity within feminist contexts.  

  • The Muse Gallery, London - Summer residency exhibition - group exhiition of works by 3 artists selected for 

Hidden Door Arts festival. Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Gibert Bayes Sculpture Award Exhibition - Cromwell Place Gallery, London, 

2021

  • No.20 Arts - Around the Table 2020  - Group Show - May/June 2021 

  • Muse Gallery - Emerging Artists Group Show - ,May 2021 

 

2020

  • House of Bandits - Burberry, Mayfair - Artist and designer takeover of Burberry’s vacant retail space in Mayfair during Frieze week 2020 - hosted by Sarabande Foundation. 

  • The Space Between - Galway, Ireland - an international lace exhibition Funded by Galway 2020 as part of the Small Towns Big Ideas programme for the European Capital of Culture and also supported by Design & Crafts Council Ireland

  • Rosenfeld Gallery - From the Forceps to the Stone- Fitzrovia,  London - July 2020 - Group Show 

  • Sheroes in Quarantine- Lon-Art - online exhibition dedicated to highlighting women's issues and roles during the COVID-19 social crisis and contributing to positive changes in our society, as always, from a gender perspective - May 2020

  • Swiss Church - In Nihlo -  In Nihilo is an exhibition and educational programme which reinvestigates Genesis creation myth in the contemporary context. This interdisciplinary group exhibition brings together six artists examining the idea of myth, artistic divinity, and environmentalism - March 2020.

  • In the Flesh -Sarabande: The Alexander Mcqueen Foundation - Group Exhibition and workshops in conjunction with international women’s day curated by Charlotte Jansen, editor of Elephant Magazine - March 2020


2019

  • Backlit Gallery, Nottingham  - Catterntide Festival - commissioned by UKYA to create an immersive installation exploring the importance of Nottingham Lace Archive and its social history. Project was  supported by the National Heritage Lottery Fund

  • NO 20 Arts - Bodies, Sex and Self - invited to exhibit in a group show that presented different approaches to exploring the self and sexuality as oresented by nine different artists:  Steve Caplin, Eric Ceccarini, Karim Hamid, Ellie Howitt, Anish Kapoor, Lucy Neish, Lydia Pettit, Keith Roberts, James Tailor and Alison Watt, as well as ethnic African pieces.

  • Collyer Bristow Gallery - Exceptional -  Work selected by Kristian day to be exhibited in a group show of graduate artists across the UK.- Curated by Rosalind Davis 

  • Saatchi - Robert Walters and UKYA Awards Ceremony - work was showcased alongside nine other artists. 

  • Colab  - Body and Place Residency - invited by Colab to spend one week in Stroud, Gloucestershire exploring both the body and the natural landscape through the medium of drawing. 

  • Tate Modern, Blatvinik Building - She Hears - selected to participate in a storytelling event hosted by she performs.


 

2018

  • Enclave Projects, Deptford-  In The Meantime  - group exhibition exploring the circled condition of time as a product of contemporariness - curated by Angelica Fajardo

  • Safehouse 1, Peckham - Efflorescence  - group exhibition that presented  work by current Goldsmiths MFA Fine Art students. Through installation, sculpture,  photography and mixed media, the artists subtly seduce and transformed, all sharing interest in the feminine ‘other’. 


 

2017

  • Light and Sound Takeover - Stratford Circus, London - work exhibited alongside Lauren Baker in a light, music and sound one night spectacle. 



 

2016

  • A4 Sounds Residency-  selected to participate in A4 sounds’ residency programme. The body of work and research that amounted from the residency was displayed in a solo show, Resurrecting Monuments to Moral Degradation  - September 2016 - January 2017

https://a4sounds.org/2017/01/02/exhibition-resurrecting-monuments-to-moral-degradation/

  • Future Europe-  selected alongside three other Irish graduates to participate in ‘future Europe’ a collaborative programme hosted by ELIA - The project invited European alumni to solve urban issues and engage in community building across Amsterdam using creative and innovative solutions


 

2015

  • Ormond Studios Recent Graduate Award - one month long residency culminating in a solo show- Gathering Dust- September/October 2015

 

  • Origins Exhibition - group show featuring the work of 11 artists selected from the undergraduate degree shows across Ireland in 2015-  Lismore Castle, Waterford - September 2015


 

Publications :

 

Craft Magazine - two page feature in Summer issue 2021 

 

Harper’s Bazaar - Artist’s feature in Harper’s Bazaar ‘Freeze’ issue. 

 

Elephant Magazine -    https://elephant.art/artists-brutalize-female-body-paloma-tendero-shannon-bono-camilla-hanney-06032020/

 

 Wallpaper Mag * - https://www.wallpaper.com/art/live-flesh-sarabande-foundation-international-womens-day-london

 

Show Studio -  https://showstudio.com/news/new-exhibition-sarabande-celebrates-womanhood

 

The Art Gorgeous - ‘10 Female Textile Artists you should know’ -by Lizzy Vartanian - https://theartgorgeous.com/10-female-textiles-artists-know/

 

New Contemporaries Blog Post https://www.newcontemporaries.org.uk/news/blog-post-camilla-hanney

 

FAB UK magazine - ‘Winner announced Robert Walters UK young Artist of the Year Award’ by  - 

https://fabukmagazine.com/winner-announced-robert-walters-group-uk-young-artist-of-the-year-award/


 

South East 15 - ‘Our 4 highlights from the Goldsmiths MFA Fine Art degree show’ by Issey Scott https://www.southeast15.com/peckhamandnunheadblog/our-highlights-from-the-goldsmiths-mfa-fine-art-degree-show

 

Selvedge Magazine - July 2019 Artist feature 

 

She Performs - Studio Visit Interview written by Lynn Battaglia

https://www.sheperforms.com/camilla-hanney.html

 

Collected- Graduate show Selection 2015- IADT Camilla Hanney- written by Sheena Barrett- 2015

http://wearecollected.com/articles/camilla-hanney

 

Irish Arts Review- https://www.irishartsreview.com/new-generation-artist-work/camilla-hanney/

 

21C renaissance - written by Alison Hackett- August 2015 http://www.21cr.ie/art-that-almost-moved-me-to-tears.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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