Galleri Opdahl is proud to present the exhibition Drain by Rebecca Ackroyd. This will be the artists first solo exhibition with the gallery after taking part in the group show Opals, curated by Vincent Honoré in 2016. Galleri Opdahl is also very pleased to announce a solo presentation of the artists at Art Berlin, 14-17th of September 2017.
An interview with Rebecca Ackroyd by Vincent Honoré about her body of work will be made available September 6th.
Rebecca Ackroyd (b. 1987, Cheltenham, UK) lives and works in London.She graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2015 after completing her BA in Fine Art at Byam Shaw School of Art in 2010.
Ackroyd has shown her work in solo exhibitions at Outpost Gallery, Norwich, Hunter/Whitfield. London (2015), Kinman Gallery, London (2014) and Marsden Woo Gallery, London (2013). Recent group exhibitions in 2015-2017 include: These Rotten Words, Chapter Gallery, Cardiff, curated by George Vasey (2017), Sara Zanin Gallery, Rome (2017), House of Voltaire – Studio Voltaire, London (2016), Nomadic Vitrine-Recent Activity, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2016), All Over, Studio Leigh, London (2016, )Modest Villa Immense Versailles (co-curator), Kinman Gallery, London (2016); At Home Salon: Double Acts, Marcelle Joseph Projects, Ascot; Bloody Life, Herald St, London (2016); Is it heavy or is it light, Assembly Point, London (2016); With institutions like these, Averard Hotel, London (2016); Opals, Galerie Opdahl, Stavanger, Norway, curated by Vincent Honoré (2016); Royal Academy Schools Degree Show, London; Works in Residence, David Roberts Art Foundation, London; and The London Open, Whitechapel Gallery, London. In 2013, her work was included in Bloomberg New Contemporaries (ICA, London and Spike Island, Bristol).
Upcoming exhibitions 2017; Zabludowicz invites, London
Carrier I, 2017
Graphite powder, iron powder, jesmonite, tape
210 x 123 x 18 cm