Nathalie de Briey


1994-96        Master of Fine Art - Glasgow School of Art, Scotland

1991-94        BA Hons Fine Art: Sculpture - University of the West of England

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2010            Monument for disappearance, RMJM Architects, Glasgow

2008            Ground Temperature: 3000°c, Emerged, Berlin

2005            The Forest is the Best Place, Market Gallery, Glasgow

2003            At the End of the World, The Project Room, Glasgow

2001            So many things can happen in one minute, Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart, Australia

Selected Group Exhibitions

2011          Tangible Time, Nest, Den Haag, The Netherlands

2010            Built Overnight, curated by Rhubaba, part of the Edinburgh Annuale

2009            Posthumous Humus, A.Vermin, Glasgow

2008            The Fleeting, Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Art centre, North Uist

                    New Scots, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh

2007            Consequences, Edinburgh Sculpture Studios

2006            Glasgow Art Fair, curated by Market Gallery

2004            TGOZ, Travelling Gallery, touring Scotland

2003            Summer Guests, Mariakapel, Hoorn, The Netherlands

2000            Sum of Parts, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh

                    Anxious Words, Waterstones Bookshop, Piccadilly, London

1999            Flop, Institut Francais, Edinburgh

                    Say Nothing, Be Silent, Intermedia Gallery, Glasgow

1998            Townhouse, 25 Buckingham Terrace, Glasgow

1997            Speel, Artis Gallery, s’Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands

                    Made in Glasgow, De Markten, Brussels

                    37 Rue St Bernard, Collector’s House, Brussels

                    European Couples, and Others, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow


2009            Fragments of greater fragmentation, Park House, for RMJM & Noah Developments, Glasgow

2002            Sleeping with the Elephant, catalogue design, Tramway, Glasgow

2000            200 Artists’ book, Scotland’s Year of the Artist, Scottish Cultural Enterprise, Glasgow


2002            Sleeping with the Elephant, Co-curator, Tramway, Glasgow

1998            Belgian Film Week, Initiator, including lectures by Belgian filmmaker Chantal Akerman,

                    Glasgow Film Theatre

                    Brussel/Bruxelles, Co-director, Festival of Belgian Visual Arts, Glasgow

                    Talk & screenings, Articule Gallery & Bar on St Catherine, Montreal

1997            Made in Glasgow, Director/Curator, Festival of Scottish Visual Arts, Brussels


2010            The Fleeting, Nathalie de Briey & Ilana Halperin, Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Art Centre

                    Dust as a monument, Gnommero, ed. by Sarah Tripp

                    How were the shadows made, Spinoza and Precarity in Contemporary Art, Art and Research, ed. by Ross Birrell

2005            The Forest is the Best Place, Market Gallery, text Joanne Tatham

2004            TGOZ, Travelling Gallery, text Amanda Catto

2001            So Many Things Can Happen in One Minute, Plimsoll Gallery, texts Brigita Ozolins & Leigh Hobba

1998            Say Nothing, Be Silent, Book Lab, text Peter Hobbs

1997            Made in Glasgow, Book Lab, texts Francis McKee & Sam Ainsley

Awards & Residencies

2011           Creative Lab, Residency, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow

2008            The Fleeting, Residency, Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum & Art Centre, North Uist

                    Ground Temperature: 3000°c, Residency, Emerged, Berlin

2007            Creative & professional development grant, Scottish Arts Council, for a period of research in Hiroshima

2005            The Forest is the Best Place, Residency, Market Gallery, Glasgow

2003            Summer Guests, Residency, Mariakapel, Hoorn, The Netherlands

                    Creative Grant, Glasgow City Council

                    Nominated for the Jerwood Platform

2001            Award & Artist-in-residence programme, Scottish Arts Council/Tasmanian School of Art,

                    Tasmanian School of Art, Hobart, Australia

2000            Creative Grant, Scottish Arts Council

                    Year of the Artist Residency, Island of St Kilda, with Anthea Haddow & Eurudike De Beul

1998            Artist-in-Residence, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

1996            Creative Grant, Scottish Arts Council

                    Travel Grant, Made in Glasgow, British Council

Summary of Work and Teaching Experience

2008-09        Part-time Lecturer, Drawing and Painting, Edinburgh College of Art.

2003-08        Associate Lecturer in interdisciplinary Fine Art practice (BA & MA), University of Cumbria

                     (formely Cumbria Institute of the Arts).
1994-2009    Visiting Lecturer:

                        Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design: Master of Fine Art

                        The Glasgow School of Art: Painting, Environmental Art & Sculpture

                        and regular visiting lecturer on the Master of Fine Art.

                        The Glasgow School of Art: lectured in Continuing education: Life-drawing

                        Manchester Metropolitan University: MA Textiles

                        Salford University: MA Fine Art

                        Edinburgh College of Art: BA Photography

                        Tasmania School of Art in Hobart and Launceston: Art Forum and BA Fine Art.

                        Concordia University in Montreal: Master of Fine Art, BFA in Fibre, Sculpture, Sociology

                        Université du Québec à Montréal, (UQAM): BFA Fibre

1999             Development Artist Project Coordinator, Centre of Contemporary Arts (CCA) Glasgow.

                        Projects included:

                        If I ruled the world; an exhibition at the Living Art Museum in Reykjavik, Iceland accompanying

                        publication: Claire Barclay, Bryndis Snaebjornsdottir, Ross Sinclair, Simon Starling, Clara Ursitti, Rose

                        Thomas, Roddy Buchanan, Martin Boyce.

                        Ed and Ellis in Ever, Ever Land; Tracy MacKenna and Edwin Janssen, Commission of a project in

                        Scotland over a period of two years with events, interviews, a website, and an exhibition at CCA in 2001.

                        Corridor; Neal Beggs, two-year installation in the McLellan Gallery with an accompanying publication.

                        Permanent commissions; Café/Bar by Jorge Pardo, railings by Russell Lamb for the new CCA building.

1999             Part-time Lecturer, Year 1, Environmental Art, Glasgow School of Art.