b. 1971, New Zealand
Lives in Auckland
Simon Ingram’s painting practice sets up a conversation between art and technology. Having exhibited in New Zealand, Europe and the U.S. for more than ten years, Ingram has an established exhibition history, a highlight of which is his inclusion in Minus Space at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center - MoMA affiliate in Long Island City, New York.
Ingram has a Doctorate of Fine Art from Elam School of Fine Art, University of Auckland (2006) where he is now a Senior Lecturer. He has won notable awards, including the University of Auckland Best Doctoral Thesis Award (2007). His work is held in key New Zealand private collections and in public collections including the Auckland Art Gallery Collection.
Simon Ingram has exhibited with Gow Langsford Gallery since 2008.
2006 DocFA, University of Auckland, New Zealand
1999 Masters in Visual Arts, Sydney College of Art, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Certificate in Information Technology, Sydney TAFE, Sydney, Australia
1995 Post Graduate Diploma, University of Western Sydney, Australia
1992 BA Fine Art, University of Auckland, New Zealand
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2017 Digital Plastique, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland
2015 Paintings of the Sun, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland
2013 Interview with a Painting, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland
Smoking Bolts, Artspace, Sydney
2011 Radio Painting, Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland
2009 Boing Boom Tscak. Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland
Simon Ingram, Centre for Contemporary non-objective Art, Brussels, Belgium
2007 Simon Ingram - Drawing for an autopoietical painting: Monochrome in C (2005) with Monochrome in K, A Centre for Art, Level 3, Rm 5 Achilles House
2006 Matter Thinks, SnowWhite Gallery, Unitec, Auckland, New Zealand
Reading Room, Jackson Mac Low Interview With a Painting. Rm103, Auckland, New Zealand
2005 Painting as Machine, George Fraser Gallery. The University of Auckland. Auckland, New Zealand
Drawing Machine, Clubs Project Space. Melbourne, Australia
Drawing Machine, Canary Gallery. Auckland, New Zealand
Garden, Vavasour Godkin Gallery. Auckland, New Zealand
2004 Painting as Machine, Auckland, Te Tuhi - The Mark. Curated by Rhoda Fowler. Auckland, New Zealand.
Towards a Painting That Thinks, MOP Projects. Curated by Billy Gruner, Ron and George Adams. Sydney, Australia