Brendan Robert NEILAND

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1941-10-23
Education Lowestoft Co GS Birmingham, St Philips GS Birmingham, St Augustine's Seminary Co Cavan Eire, Birmingham Coll of Art (dip), RCA (MA)
Books & Publications Publications Brendan Neiland at 70 (2012)
Recreations listening to the Radio 4 cricket commentary, drinking fine wines
Clubs Chelsea Arts
Style Prof Brendan Neiland
Career artist; gallery artist: Angela Flowers Gallery 1970-78, Fischer Fine Art 1978-92, Redfern Gallery 1992-; pt/t teaching: Manchester Art Coll 1969-73, Brighton Art Coll 1983-; prof Univ of Brighton 1996-; keeper Royal Acad of Arts 1998-2004; co-operated in making of video Commissioned Art and Professional Practice (dir Gavin Nettleton 1991); lectr Buildings Within Buildings, Reflections on Paintings RIBA 1989; hon doctorate De Montfort Univ 2013; hon fell Royal Soc of Painters and Etchers 1998; FRSA 1996; Solo Exhibitions Flowers Gallery 1971-72 and 1974-76, Fischer Fine Art 1979-84 and 1987-91, Tate Gallery 1988, RIBA Galleries 1989, Redfern Gallery London 1993, 1997 and 2006, touring show (Gardner Art Centre Brighton, Milton Keynes Exhbn Gallery, N Centre for Contemporary Art Sunderland, Stafford Art Gallery, Grundy Art Gallery Blackpool) 1992-, Reading Coll Reading 1993, Friends Room RA 1997, Brighton Univ 1997, Loughborough Univ 1998, Keele Univ 1998, retrospective Turlej Gallery Krakow 2006, retrospective Sharjah Museum UAE 2006, Night Day (Redfern Gall London) 2008, Neiland at 70 (Redfern Gallery) 2011, 45 Park Lane 2013, Searcys at the Gherkin 2013, Redfern Gallery 2014, Galerie Belvedere Singapore 2014; Group Exhibitions Bradford Int Print Biennale 1970, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1982 and 1986, From Britain '75 Helsinki Finland 1975, Arts Cncl Coll Hayward 1976, Eight British Realists Meisel Gallery NYC 1983, Pintura Británica Municipal Museum Madrid 1983, Images et Imaginaires d'Architecture Centre Georges Pompidou Paris 1984, Artists in National Parts V&A and touring UK and USA 1988, Printmaking from Britain Moscow 1989, The New Patrons NACF Christie's London 1992, RA Summer Exhbn 1979-81 and 1986-92, five paintings for InterCity 225 (later used for posters) 1990-91, This Could Happen To You Ikon in the 1970s (Ikon Gallery Birmingham) 2010, Blake, Neiland and Faine (New Walk Gallery Leicester) 2011 and others; Commissions incl: A T Kearney, Aukett, BAA, BMW Gp, Univ of Brighton, CapitaLand Singapore, English Heritage, Enron, Great Western, Intercity, Loughborough Univ, Mazda, Nat Bank of Dubai, Rolls Royce, Rover, Royal Mail, Scot Rail, Waterloo Int; Awards CAS Purchase Prize Northern Young Contemporaries 1968, Arthur Tooth's Prize Young Contemporaries 1969, Silver Medal RCA 1969, Minton Scholarship 1969, Arts Cncl Minor Award 1972, John Moores XI Prizewinner 1978, scholar Crabtree Fndn 1982, Daler Rowney Award RA Summer Exhbn 1989
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