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Jane & Louise Wilson is a contemporary British visual artist who was born in 1967. Jane & Louise Wilson has had numerous gallery and museum exhibitions, including at the Tate Britain and at the Modern Art. Numerous works by the artist have been sold at auction, including 'Stasi City (Interview Corridor, Hohenschnhausen Prison)' sold at Christie's King Street 'Contemporary Art' in 1999 for $41,111. There have been Numerous articles about Jane & Louise Wilson, including 'Berlin Reinvented: Looking Forward and Back' written by Editorial for MutualArt in 2009.
 
 
 

Auction Results

Works at auction, latest auction results, sales and prices of Jane & Louise Wilson from auction houses worldwide.

Jane & Louise Wilson, Untitled
c-print mounted...
Untitled
Lot 110
Bloomsbury Auctions, London
Jane & Louise Wilson, Members only
photography, C print
Members only
Lot 493
Rosebery´s Fine Art Auctioneers
Jane & Louise Wilson, Members Telephones, Parliament
c-type print
Members Telephones, Parliament
Lot 318
Bonhams Knightsbridge
Jane & Louise Wilson, Stasi City (Operating Room)
c-print on aluminum
Stasi City (Operating Room)
Lot 260
Wright
 

Selected Events

Exhibitions, openings, art fairs, auctions and other events for Jane & Louise Wilson around the world.

Guild Hall: An Adventure in the Arts Selections from the Permanent Collection - Pensacola Museum of Art
USA / Pensacola : Exhibition
Pensacola Museum of Art
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Interior - Modern Art
UK / London : Exhibition
Modern Art
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Latest News & Articles

In The Press: Latest news, articles and reviews about Jane & Louise Wilson from leading publications worldwide.

Ruin Lust at Tate Britain
AnOther / Ananda Pellerin
Ruin Lust is undoubtedly one of Tate Britain's most...
Female Artists are a Force to be Reckoned With
MutualArt / Lori Zimmer
"The Reckoning: Women Artists of the New Millennium" by...
‘Grandmotherly’ arts patron reopens foundation after £1.4m expansion
The Art Newspaper / Anny Shaw
Delfina Entrecanales now supports the largest residency...
Jane & Louise Wilson bring several bodies of work together in new exhibition at 303 Gallery
ArtDaily
Jane & Louise Wilson's fifth exhibition at 303 Gallery...
 
 

London-based artists Jane and Louise Wilson (born in Newcastle, England, in 1967) have been producing work collaboratively since 1989. Their projects often focus on abandoned institutional buildings, investigating the ways in which power becomes materialized through architectural design, while examining the collective fears and phobias that it can carry. Using film, photography and sculpture, they set up theatrical and atmospheric installations that dissect the loaded feeling of surveillance and paranoia embedded within these derelict edifices. A silent narrative unravels, devoid of human content that nonetheless alludes to the ghostly presence of their original occupants.

Jane and Louise Wilson have recently presented two-person exhibitions at Centro de Arte Moderna José de Azeredo Perdigão, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon (2010), Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh, Old College, Edinburgh (2009), BFI - British Film Institute, Southbank Gallery, London (2009), 303 Gallery, New York (2008) and The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, West Midlands (2007). Their work has also been shown in numerous international exhibitions, including “Star City - The Future Under Communism” at Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham (2010), the 9th Sharjah International Art Biennial, Sharjah (2009), “You dig the tunnel, i'll hide the soil” at White Cube, London (2008), “Supernova” at Contemporary Art Center Vilnius (CAC), Vilnius (2005), “PUBLIC/PRIVATE: Tumatanui/Tumataiti”, The 2nd Auckland Triennial, Auckland (2004) and the 7th International Ä°stanbul Biennial, Istanbul (2001). They were short listed for the Turner Prize in 1999.

Jane and Louise Wilson are represented by 303 Gallery, New York.

 
 
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