Mariele Neudecker

1965 born in Düsseldorf, Germany
lives and works in Bristol, UK
Education
1996-97
1991-92
1985-87
1985
1984-85
Tower Hamlets College, London, UK (Digital Image Creation Manipulation, (P/T)
Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK (MA Sculpture)
Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork, Irland (Foundation, 1st year Diploma)
Apprenticeship in architectural model making, Pfeiffer & Voss, Duesseldorf, Germany
University Wuppertal, Germany (Art History, Philosophy and Sciences of Literature)
Awards / Residencies
2012/13
2012-15
2012
2011
2010

2008/09
2001

1999
1998
1997

1996

1993

Lead-artist, HOUSE, Brighton Festival (ACE funded), UK
Sculpture for Norwich, public art commission, Norwich, UK
ACE award for “Unknown Landscapes” project, funding Greenland research expedition and Deep Sea editing support
Selector – UKYA01 Derby, with Akram Kahn – for Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean, (Morocco 2011)
Ludwig Gies-Preis für Kleinplastik der LETTER Stiftung (on the occasion of 11. Triennale Kleinplastik, Fellbach)
Headlands Centre for the Arts, San Francisco, USA
Aldeburgh Music 1st Visual Artists Residency, Snape Maltings, UK
Botho-Graef-Kunstpreis of the City of Jena, Germany 1998-2001
Senior Research Fellowship, The University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, UK
Joint prize winner Oil of Olay (Lux Centre/Make magazine), London, UK
The Henry Moore Fellowship, Spike Island, UK
London Arts Board, Awards to Individual Artists 1996/97, UK
1st Prize in Sculpture, 7th International Biennial of Sculpture and Drawing, Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon EDCR, Portugal
MOMART Prize Winner, The Whitechapel Open, UK
1st Prize, The Discerning Eye – New Discovery Art Prize, HSBC Investment Bank
European Artists Pepiniere, (3 month residency) Visual Arts, Budapest, Hungary
Selected Solo Exhibitions
2018 “Mariele Neudecker”, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Limerick, Ireland – led by Una McCarthy, director/curator. Limerick, Ireland
2017 HULL, City of Culture 2017, lead artist: Mariele Neudecker. Venues: Ferens Art Gallery and Hull Maritime Museum – Subject of OCEANS. Hull, UK
2016-17 “The Hanging Gardens”, public art commission in ‘4 chapters’, Guy’s Hospital, London, UK
2016 Zeppelin Museum, Friedrichshafen, Germany / with Prof Alex Rogers, Oxford
2015-16 “Figure of 8”, Poole Lighthouse, Poole, UK
“PLASTICS VANITAS” touring exhibition, AUB Gallery, Arts University Bournemouth, GB, UK
Corsham Court, Bath Spa University, Bath, UK
The Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts, London, UK
2014-15 “Objekte und Bilder und zwei Zeichnungen von Otto Dix und Paul Klee”, Galerie Haas, Zurich, Switzerland
2014 “For Now We See”, curated by Alice Sharp, installation on Research Ship RV DANA, Invisible Dust, Copenhagen Science Forum, UK
“There Is Always Something More Important”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
2013 “Between Two Tides. Mariele Neudecker & Rosie Snell”, BV Studios, Bristol&Motorcade/FlashParade Bristol, UK
“In the Collection: Mariele Neudecker – Hinterland”, curated by Pontus Kyande MODEL r, Kunstmuseum Trondheim, Norway
2012 “Parhelion. Mariele Neudecker”, Thomas Rehbein Galerie, Cologne, Germany
2011 “Mariele Neudecker. Kindertotenlieder”, Howard Assembly Hall, Opera North, Leeds, UK
2010 Mariele Neudecker, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
2009 Mariele Neudecker, R O O M, London, UK
“Stay Forever and never come back”, Aldeburgh Music, Snape Maltings Concert Hall, Snape, Suffolk, UK
“Winterreise”, live performances Leicester, Leeds and Lancaster, UK
“Winterreise”, full length screening at Prince Charles Cinema, London, UK
2008 Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“This Thing Called Darkness”, (Permanent Installation), Arts Towada, Towada Art Center, Japan
“2.5 million light years”, commission for the NewArtCentre, Roche Court, Salisbury, UK
2007 “Those Who Came Before Us, and Us Who Are to Follow / You Are Always On My Mind”, (2 permanent video works), Egypt Gallery, Bristol’s City Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol, UK
2006 “Kindertotenlieder”, Salts Mill, Saltaire, UK, Colston Hall Bristol, Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham, UK
“Ambassador”, Republic Tower Billboard Project, Centre for Contemporary Art in Association with Visible Art Foundation, Melbourne, Australia
Drawing Residency, R O O M, Bristol, UK
2005 “Winterreise life performances: Shaw Room”, National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin
Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera London, UK
All Saints Church, Leamington Spa, UK
Everyman Theatre, International Festival of Music, Cheltenham, UK
“Kindertotenlieder”, Impressions Gallery, York, UK
2004/05 “Over and Over, Again and Again”, Tate Britain, London
2004 “Much Was Decided Before You Were Born”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“Over and Over, Again and Again”, Tate St. Ives, Cornwall, UK
“Between Us”, Tullie House, Carlisle, UK
“Between Us”, Laing Gallery, Newcastle, UK
2003 “Between Us”, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK
“Between Us”, Leeds City Art Gallery, Leeds, UK
“Between Us”, The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, UK
“Winterreise”, Opera North Projekt, UK
2002/03 “New Work”, Chapter Art Centre and Howard Gardens Gallery, Cardiff, Wales, UK
2002 “Between Us”, Chapter, Cardiff, Wales, UK
2001 “Until Now”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“Until Now”, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
“Until Now”, 1stSite at the Minorities, Colchester, UK
2000 “Until Now”, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK
1999 “Never Eat Shredded Wheat” (Memory Maps), James Harris Gallery, Seattle
“Never Eat Shredded Wheat”, curated by Leslie Brothers, I-Space, The Krannert Art Museum, Chicago, USA
1998 “New Work”, Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“The Air We Breath is Invisible”, Middelesbrough Art Gallery, Middelesbrough, UK
“Shipwreck”, project space, Gio Marconi, Milano, Italy
“Unrecallable Now”, Spike Island, Bristol, UK
“The Halted Traveller”, Bergens Kunstforening, Bergen, Norway
“Lucy de Bellevue – Mariele Neudecker”, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris, France
1997 Art Dealers 2, Marseille, (Lotta Hammer), France
“New Work”, Lotta Hammer Gallery, London, UK
1996 “Stolen Sunsets”, Studio Galeria, Budapest, Hungary
1993 Pepiniere Exhibition, Barcsay Exhibition Hall, Budapest, Hungary
1991 “Piece-talk’s”, in collaboration with Gillian Wearing, Diorama Art Centre, London, UK
1990 “The High Priestess”, in collaboration with Gillian Wearing, Goldsmiths College Library, London, UK
1989 “Bilder und Objekte”, Kunsthaus Mettmann, Duesseldorf, Germany
Selected Group Exhibitions
2016 “TEMPEST”, Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), curated/lead by Juliana Engberg, DARK MOFO Festival, Tasmania
2015 “MODEL”, Galerie Rudolfinum, Prague, Czech Republic
“A Man Walks into a Bar – Jokes & Postcards”, curated by Franziska and Johannes Sperling, me Collectors Room – Stiftung Olbricht, Berlin, Germany
2014-15 “RE-THINK Space”, Adam Czodsko, Mariele Neudecker, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, UK
“A Screaming Comes Across the Sky”, LABoral, Gijón, Spain 2014 “THE ANTARCTIC PAVILION: ANTARCTOPIA“, Venice Architecture Biennale, Antarctic Pavilion, Fondaco Marcello, Italy
“Slow Future”, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Poland
2013/14 “Goodbye Paradise – Landschaftsbilder Gestern und Heute”, Kunsthalle Osnabrück, Germany
2013 “ARTIC”, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark
“Goodbye Paradise – Landschaftsbilder Gestern und Heute”, Kunsthalle Osnabrück, Germany
“Ansichtssache Landschaft”, Kunstverein Pforzheim, Pforzheim, Germany
“the poetics of mountains, their mutations and multifarious things”, selected by David Gryn, Verbier, Switzerland
“Exploding Utopias”, LG London, UK
“Sculpture for Norwich”, pulic art commission, Norwich, UK
“Brighton House Festival”, lead artist for House, Brighton, UK
Queens Museum, New York, USA
2012/13 “Im Schein des Unendlichen. Romantik und Gegenwart”, curated by Dr. Martina Padberg, ALTANA Kulturstiftung im Sinclair-Haus, Bad Homburg, Germany
“Kalte Rinden – Seltene Erden”, curated by Maik Wolf, Stadtgalerie Kiel, Märkisches Museum Witten, Städtische Galerie Bietigheim-Bissingen, Stadtmuseum Hattingen, Germany
2012 The Politics of Amnesia, Cafe Gallery, London, UK
“Fragilitaet des Schoenen Scheins – Auf der Suche nach dem Vermeindlichen Paradies – The Fragility of Appearances – Looking for the Alleged Paradise”, curated by Gudrun Wallenböck, Hinterland, Vienna, Austria
2011/12 “Preternatural/Surnaturel”, Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, Canada
2011 “MACHT”, XVII. Rohkunstbau, Schloss Marquardt, Potsdam, Germany
“Otherworldly: Artist Dioramas and Small Specacles exhibition”, curated by David McFadden, Museum of Arts and Design, New York, USA
“Belvedere. Warum ist Landschaft schön?”, curated by Christine Heidemann & Anne Kersten, Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck, Germany
“Charter of the Forest”, The Collection and Usher Gallery, Lincoln, UK
“Screaming From The Mountain. Landscapes and Viewpoints”, curated by Pontus Kyander, Sörlandets Kunstmuseum, Norway
“Invisible Dust”, curated by Alice Sharp, London Zoo, London, UK
2010/11 “Realism – The Adventure of Reality”, Kunsthalle Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Netherlands
2010 “Foto – Festival”, Hereford, Shropshire, UK
“The Fourth Plinth”, Maquette exhibition, St. Martins in the Field, London, UK
“Provenance”, curated by Angie Cockaine, BSU, Corsham Court, Bath Spa University Galleries, Bath, UK
“Collaborators 2”, R O O M, London, UK
“Larger than Life – Stranger than Fiction”, 11. Triennale Kleinplastik 2010 in Fellbach, Stuttgart, Gemany
“Sacred.”, Fermanagh County Museum Enniskillen Castle, North Ireland
“Extraordinary measures”, Belsay Hall, Nothumberland, UK
“Earthscapes”, Bridport Arts Centre, Dorset, UK, curated by Sherborne House Arts, Newland Sherborne UK; touring to Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton, Devon UK
“Realismus – Das Abenteuer der Wirklichkeit”, Kunsthalle Emden and Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung München, Germany
2009/10 “Pittoresk – Neue Perspektiven auf das Landschatsbild”, MARTa Herford, Herford, Germany
2009 “cafka.09: Veracity”, CAFKA Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener and Area, Ontario, Canada
“GSK Contemporary: eARTh; Art of changing world”, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
“Tell it To The Trees”, Croft Castle, Meadow Gallery, Herefordshire, UK (large scale commission)
“Trying to Cope with Things That Aren‘t Human (Part One)”, AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, UK, touring exhibition
“In_Fluence”,curated by Ralf Sander, Belfast, UK “Trying to cope with things that aren‘t human“, David Cunningham Projects, San Francisco, touring exhibition
Drawing 2009 Biennal Fundraiser – The Drawing Room, London, UK COLLABORATORS, R O O M, London, UK
2008 “Arts Towada”, Towada Art Center, Towada, Japan
“DRIFT”, London, curated by Illuminate Productions, London, UK
“Peace and Agriculture in a Pre-Romantic Ideal Landscape, without Sublime Terrors”, Haunch of Venison, Berlin, Germany
“Command and Control”, Standpoint Gallery, London, UK “Acclimatation”, Villa Arson, Nice, France
“Monochrome. Drawings and Prints”, Rabley Contemporary Drawing Centre, Marlborough, UK
“Wonder”, curated by Fumio Nanjo, Singapore Biennale, China Opera, Late at Tate, Prince Charles Cinema, London, UK
2007 “Real and Imagined Landscapes”, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, USA
“Reality Crossings”, 2nd Foto Festival curated by Christoph Tannert,
Mannheim-Ludwigshafen-Heidelberg, Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany
[C]Artography: Map-Making As Artform, Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland
Reality Bites – Making Avant-Garde Art in Post-Wall Germany, Sam Fox Arts Center at Washington University, St. Louis, USA
“Venice: City of Dreams?”, Sotheby’s Conduit Street Gallery, London, UK
“Place Memory”, video screening at Stroud Valleys Artspace as part of site07, Gloucestershire, UK
“ZOO”, Sandie Macrae, Royal Academy, London, UK
“Mapping the Terrain”, ACE selection, Midpennie Gallery, UK
2006 “Melancholie. Genie und Wahnsinn in der Kunst.”, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany
“How to Improve the World”, 60 Years of British Art, ACC, Hayward Gallery, London and Birmingham City Museum
“Nature Attitudes”, T-B A21, Thyssen–Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna, Austria
“The Sublime is Now! Das Erhabene in der Kunst von Barnett Newman bis heute”, Museum Franz Gertsch, Burgdorf, Switzerland
“ARS 06”, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helsinki, Finland
2005 “Elemental Insight”, BBC London, then touring Vertigo, Sudley Castle, UK
“Modellräume, Stadt.”, Museum Nordhorn, Germany
“Wunderkammer: The Artificial Kingdom”, Lincoln, UK
“Salvator Rosa: Wild Landscapes”, Compton Verney, Warwickshire, UK
“Munch revisited. Edvard Munch und die heutige Kunst”, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
2004 “Into My World: Recent British Scupture”, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, USA
“Zwischenwelten”, Haus Esther- Haus Lange, Krefeld, Germany
“Elemental Insight”, MET Office, Exeter, UK
“Natural Histories: Realism Revisited”, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (SMoCA), Scottsdale, Arizona, USA
“Other Times”, City Gallery Prague, Czech Republic
2003 “Berlin-Moskau,Moskau-Berlin: 1950-2000”, Walter-Gropius-Bau, Berlin, Germany
“Orifice”,Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne, Australia
“From Dust to Dusk”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, Denmark
“Brightness – works from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Contemporary Art Foundation”, Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik, Croatia
“Strange and Beautiful”, Sketch, London, UK
„Danger Zone“, Kunsthalle Bern, Switzerland
“Out of Place”, Harewood House, Yorkshire, UK
“Liquid Sea”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
“Beaufort 2003”, Museum of Modern Art Oostende/Cloister, Ten Bogaerde, Belgium
“micro/macro – British Art 1996-2002”, Muczarnok, British Council Exhibition, Budapest, Hungary
“The Idea of North”, Green on Red Gallery, Dublin, Ireland
2002/03 “Frozen”, Site Gallery, Sheffield, UK
2002 “Judie Bamber, David Deutsch, Moira Dryer, Mariele Neudecker”, Gorney, Bravin+Lee Gallery, New York, USA
“Humid”, curated by Juliana Engberg, The Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
“IMAGINATION-Romanticism”, The Brno House of Arts, Czech Republicm, travelling to Galway, Ireland
“At Sea”, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
“Here, There, Elsewhere”, curated by David Blamey, London Print Studio Gallery, London, UK
“Conquistadores of the Useless”, curated by Bruce Haines, contemporary art at the Alpine Club, London, UK
“Der Berg”, Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg, Germany
2001/02 “Utopien heute? Kunst zwischen Vision und Alltag”, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum Ludwigshafen/Germany
2001  “Total Object Complete With Missing Parts”, curated by Andrew Renton, Tramway, Glasgow, UK
“Landscap”, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Sweden
“IMAGINATION-Romanticism”, Jena, Germany
Skulptur-Biennale Münsterland, curated by Christoph Tannert Kreis Steinfurt, Germany
Yokohama International Triennale of Contemporary Art, curated by Fumio Nanjo, Japan
“Bright Paradise”, curated by Alllan Smith, Aukland Triennale, Auckland Art Gallery/New Zealand
Sonsbeek 9 “Locus Focus”,curated by Jan Hoet, Arnheim/The Netherlands, “Artline V”, curated by Jan Hoet & Michel De Wilde, Borken, Germany
“Superman in Bed”, Collection Gaby and Wilhelm Schürmann, Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany
“At Sea”, curated by Victoria Pommery, Tate Liverpool, UK
“Humid”, curated by Juliana Engberg, Spike Island, Bristol, UK and Melbourne Festival
2000 “Time Odyssee”, Galeria Luis Serpa Project, Museo National de Historia Natural, Sala de Veado, Lisbon, Portugal
Total Object Complete with Missing Parts, curated by Andrew Renton, Tramway, Glasgow, UK
“Landskap”, Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden
Waterfront, curated by Pontus Kyander Helsingor, Denmark
“Blue”, Launch Exhibtion, The New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall, UK
“The Wreck of Hope”, The Friedrich Society, The Nunnery Gallery, London, UK
“Utopias”, Mead Gallery, Warwick, UK
1999 Kunstfestivalen, Lofoten , Norway “The Olay Vision Award For Women Artists”, curated by Juliana Engberg, LUX Gallery, London
Melbourne Biennale 1999, Melbourne, Australia
“About Time”, Cardiff Art In Time festival, Cardiff Wales, UK
“The New Landscape”, From the British Council Collection, curated by Ann Gallagher, touring to Southamerica, Eastern Europe
“Simulacra – Keeping it Real”, works from the Arts Council Collection, Maribor Triennale Exhibition for Ethnography and Art, Umetnostna, Galerija Maribor, Slovenia
“In Uso”, Michettin Museum, Pescara, Italy
“Things Can Change in a Day”, curated by Per Gunnar Tverbakk, Storvagan Museum, Kabelvag, Norway
1998 “Travelogue”, curated by Alison Chisholm, The Travelling Gallery
“Richard Wentworth”s Thinking Aloud”,curated by Richard Wentworth, Southbank, touring: Kettles Yard, Cambridge, Corner House Manchester, Camden Arts Centre London, UK
“Micro”, curated by Cliften Steinberg, Hayles Gallery, London, UK
“Multiples”, curated by Dr. Knubben, Kunstverein Ravensburg, Germany
“Feeringbury VIII – Cultivated”, curated by Stephen Hepworth und Richard Kirwan Feeringbury Manor, Minories art gallery, Colchester, UK
“Nature of Man”, curated by Pontus Kyrander, Kunsthalle Lund, Schweden
“Launch”, 50 Artists, Spike Island, Bristol, UK
“The House In The Woods”, Contemporary German Sculpture, CCA, Glasgow, touring to Aberdeen and Belfast, UK
1997 “Light”,curated by Paul Heber-Percy and Joan Key, Richard Salmon, London, UK
“Belladonna”, curated by Kate Bush and Emma Dexter, ICA, London, 7th International Biennial of Sculpture and Drawing – EDCR – Bienal Internationa De Escultura e Desegno Das Caldas Da Raina, Portugal
“A Sense of Scale”, curated by Alessandro Vincentelli, Ikon Touring, Birmingham and Midlands, UK
“Belladonna: a selection”, FIRSTSITE in The Minories, Colchester, UK A CASE FOR A COLLECTION”: New Work by Contemporary Artists, The Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, UK
“Browse”, THC final exhibitions, Tower Hamletts, London, UK
“Art Dealers 2”, Friche de la Belle de Mai, Marseille, France
“Whisper and Streak”, (with Fiona Banner, Hadrian Pigott, Bridget Smith, Heidi Specker), Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, Germany
“Boredom”, CD Rom, ICA, London, UK
“Multiples”, Arnolfini, Bristol, UK
1996 “Art 96”, with Curtain Road Arts, Business Design Center, London, UK
“Private View”,curated by Penelope Curtis und Veit Gorner The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, North Yorkshire, UK
“Out of Space”, curated by Emma Sandbach, Cole und Cole, Oxford, UK
“Lightness and Weight”, The Custard Factory, Birmingham, UK
“New Contemporaries-Multiples”, Camden Art Centre, London, UK
“Whitechapel Open”, (MOMART PRIZE WINNERS Mark Hopkins, Andrew Mansfield, Mariele Neudecker), Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK
1995 “The Discerning Eye”, curated by Jonathan Watkins, Mall Galleries, London, UK
“In and out of touch”, curated and organized with Barbara Thumm, Budapest Galeria, Budapest, Ungarn-Haus Ungarn, Berlin, Germany
1994 “Aritma 2”, with Attila Csorgo, Eike, Petra Kussner,Istvan Szil, Fiona Tan), Foundation for Modern Art, Dunaujvaros, Hungary
“British Telecom New Contemporaries”, (with Fiona Banner, Mark Cannon, Milo Garcia, Hadrian Pigott, Mike Silva, Kerry Stewart) Camden Art Centre, London-Conerhouse, Manchester-Arnolfini, Bristol-Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh-Aberystwyth Art Centre, Aberystwyth-Catwright Hall, Bradford, UK
“Exchange – Echange”, curated by Anna Best and Alexandra Fontura, Monumental II, Lissabon, Portugal
“Miniatures”, The Agency at Curtain Road Arts, London, UK
“Art(s) d’Europe”, Gallerie de L’Esplanade, Paris, France
1993 “Brick Lane Open 4”, Curtain Road Arts, London, UK
“Western Exposure”, Riverside Studios, London, UK
“Tjuna Fis Compitisn”, with Fiona Tan), Fö Utca 3, Budapest, Hungary
1992 “Clove Two”, with Johannes Albers, Dan Bonsall, Michael Grant), Clove Two Gallery, London, UK
“37 Seconds”, Slaugterhouse Gallery, London, UK
1989 “Lieblinge Aufhängen”, Galerie Tannenbaum, Duesseldorf, Germany
“Summer Show”, gallery artists, Lotta Hammer Gallery, London, UK
“Here to Stay”, curated by Juliana Engberg, Arts Council Collection purchaes of the 1990’s, touring UK
Melbourne Biennale 1989, Melbourne, Australia
“About Time”, Cardiff Art In Time festival, Cardiff Wales, UK
“The New Landscape”, From the British Council Collection, curated by Ann Gallagher, touring to Southamerica, Eastern Europe
“Simulacra – Keeping it Real”, works from the Arts Council Collection, touring UK
Publications/Catalogues
2015 “Plastic Vanitas”, collaborative project and exhibition with TheGallery & MoDiP, Arts University Bournemouth, UK, 2015
2013 “Landschaft nach 2000”, Kunsthalle Osnabrück (Hrsg.), Osnabrück, 2013
“Ansichtsache – Landschaft”, Kunstverein Pforzheim im Reuchlinhaus e.V., Pforzheim 2013
“Ludwig Gies (1887-1966) Bildhauer der Stille und der Ludwig Gies-Preis zur Triennale Kleinplastik”, Kulturamt der Stadt Fellbach (Ed.), Stadt Fellbach, 2013, p.46
“ARCTIC”, Mathias Ussing Seeberg and Poul Erik Tojner (Ed.), Louisiana Museum of Modern Art and contributors, Esbjerg, Denmark 2013
2012 “Im Schein des Unendlichen; Romantik und Gegenwart“, Altana Kultur Stiftung, Bad Homburg, p.62-77
“100 Ideas That Changed Art”, Michael Bird, Laurence King Publishing, London, p.110
2011 “Macht als Transformation”, Zu einer Alchemie der Vorstellungskraft von Mark Gisbourne, in: MACHT/ Power, XVIII. Rohkunstbau, Arvid Boellert (Hrsg.), Potsdam 2011, p.44-53
“Space and Desire”, Thea Brejzek, Wolfgang Greisenegger, Lawrence Wallen (Hrsg.), in: Monitoring Scenography 03, 2011, p.126-131
2010 “Acclimation”, Centre National d`Art Contemporain de la Villa Arson, Frankreich 2009, p.25-26
2009 “Earth: Art of changing world”, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2009, p.56
2008 “Wonder – Singapore Biennale 2008”, Singapore, Asia
“Wonder – Guide”, Singapore Biennale 2008, Singapore, Asia
“Command and Control”, exh. cat., Standpoint Gallery, London, UK
“Towada Art Center”, exh. cat., “This Thing Called Darkness”, Japan, 2008, p.42
“10,000 to 50 – Contemporary Art from the Members of Business Arts”, exh. cat., Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, UK 2008
2007 “Sculpture Today” – Judith Collins, pub. Phaidon
“Much Was Decided When You Were Born” (Artist Project), Mariele Neudecker, CABINET MAGAZINE NEW YORK, Issue 27 Fall 2007
“Mountains”, p.76-80
“Cartography – Map-Making as Art Form”, pub. to coincide with exhibition of the same name Crawford Art Gallery Cork
“Tania Kovats: Mariele Neudecker, from: Salvator Rosa: Wild Landscapes”, Compton Verney
“European Photography – Art Magazine”, issue devoted to “Reality Crossings”, No.82, Volume 28, Issue 2, Winter 2007/2008, with DVD
“Skulpturenführer Münsterland – 42 Positionen zeitgenössischer Kunst im Münsterland”, Aktion Münsterland e.V., Münster, 2007
“Reality Bites – Making Avant-Garde Art in Post-Wall Germany”, exh. cat., Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2007
2006 “In Profile – Mariele Neudecker: Image, Music and Text 2002-2005 (vol.2)”, DVD, Picture This Moving Image, Essay by Shirley McWilliams, 2006
“Ungleichzeitigkeiten der Europaischen Romantik” – Alexander von Bormann, pub. Konigshausen & Neuman
2005 “In Profile – Mariele Neudecker: Sculptural and Video Installation Works 1997-2002 (vol.1)”, DVD, Picture This Moving Image, Essay by Francis McKee, 2005
Tania Kovats: Mariele Neudecker, from: Salvator Rosa: Wild Landscapes, Compton Verney
“Mariele Neudecker-Kindertotenlieder”, Opera North Projects and Picture This, 2005
2004 Frieze Yearbook, Frieze Art Fair, London, 2004
“Mariele Neudecker. Over and Over, Again and Again”, exh. cat., Tate St. Ives, 2004, texts by David Blayney Brown and Douglas Young
“Zwischenwelten”, exh. cat., Museum Haus Esters Krefeld, Kerber
“Brightness–works from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Contemporary Art Foundation”, exh.cat., Museum of Modern Art Dubrovnik, pub. by MW Projects London
2003 “micro/macro – British Art 1996-2002”, exh.cat., The BritishCouncil/Kunsthalle Budapest
“Mariele Neudecker: Between Us”,exh.cat., Chapter and Howard Gardens Gallery, Cardiff
“micro/macro – British Art 1996-2002”, exh.cat., The British Council/ Kunsthalle Budapest
“Liquid Sea, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
“Winterreise – A Winter‘s Journey”, Opera North, 2003
2002 “Der Berg”, exh.cat., Heidelberger Kunstverein, Heidelberg, Germany
2001 “IMAGINATION-Romantik“, exh.cat., Kulturamt der Stadt Jena/Jenoptik AG(ed.)
“Romanticism” – David Blayney Brown, pub. Phaidon, Richard W. Gassen (ed.)
“Mariele Neudecker – Until Now”, pub. at the occasion of the exhibition at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin and Galerie Barbara Thumm, Berlin, London 2001 Richard W. Gassen (ed.)
“Utopien heute? Kunst zwischen Vision und Alltag”, exh.cat., Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen, Germany
“Humid”, exh.cat, Spike Island, Bristol
“Bright Paradise”, The 1st Auckland Triennial, Auckland, New Zealand
“Skuptur Biennale Münsterland”, Kreis Steinfurt, Christoph Tannert (ed.)
2000 “Landscape”, The British Council
“ ArtLineV”, Interaktionen, Natur und Architektur
“Richard Wentworth”s Thinking Aloud”, national touring exhibition, Hayward Gallery, London
“The Saatchi Gift to the Arts Council Collection”, ACE, South Bank Centre, London
1999 “Signs of Life”, catalogue The International Melbourne Biennale 1999
“Mariele Neudecker”, (monograph) in collaboration with 1stSite at the Minorites, texts by Eszter Barbarczy, Maite Loréss and Francis McKee
1998 “Travelogue”, Travelling Gallery, Edinburgh
“Cultivated”, pub. by Firstsite, texts by Stephen Hepworth and Katherine Wood
“Nature of Man”, Lunds Konsthall, Texte von Cecilia Nelson and Pontus Kyander
“The House in the Woods”, CCA, Glasgow
“Here to Stay”, The Arts Council Collection, Purchases of the 1990s, Arts Council Collection, London
1997 “7th International Biennial of Sculpture and Drawing”, EDCR – Bienal International De Escultura e Desegno Das Caldas Da Rai, Portugal
1996 “Private View, a temporary exhibition of contemporary British & German art”, Henry Moore Institute
“the discerning eye 1996”, Mall Galleries, London
“live/live – the artistic scene in the U.K. in 1996 with new initiatives” – (artist run spaces), Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
1994 “BT New Contemporaries”, Selectors: Barry Barker, Patricia Bickers, Rachel Whiteread, Art(s) d’Europe”, Galerie de l’Esplanade,
Pepinieres, Paris
1993 “Mariele Neudecker”, Exhibition at Barcsay Exhibition Hall, Preface by Lazlo Beke, Essay by Eszter Barbarczy
Publications / Articles
2016 Gascoigne, Laura. “Shock and Awe”, APOLLO, Issue No 641, April 2016, p. 9 and 62-67
2014 Crawley, Greer. “On Mariele Neudecker”, P.E.A.R, Issue No 6, 2014, p. 13-15
2010 The Independent on Sunday, The Critics, Fourth Plinth, St Martin in the Field, London, Charles Darvent, 09/05/2010
Brown, Mark. “Fourth Plinth artists get cocky”, The Guardian, 08/20/2010
Searle, Adrian. “Poignant Boy on the Rocking Horse takes the gold”, The Guardian, 08/20/2010
Hastings, Rob.“The battle of Trafalgar Square: Six Artists vie for fourth plinth spot”,The Independent, 08/20/2010
“This site is a challenge to artists”, comment by Anthony Gormley.
Campbell-Johnston, Rachel.“ Artists seek a plinth finish in first race of the Olympics”, The Times, 08/20/2010
Singh, Anita.“Birds eye view. Fourth plinth shortlist”, Daily Telegraph, 20/08/2010
Jury, Louise.“Chicken, Giant Cake and Pipe Organ in Battle of Trafalgar Square fourth plinth”, Evening Standard, 19/07/2010
Luke, Ben. “Absurd, powerfull, witty … it’s a difficult choice for the selection jury”, Evening Standard, 19/07/2010
Jury, Louise. “Diana voodoo doll artist on fourth plinth shortlist”, Evening Standard, 19/07/2010
2009 Niemeyer, Thomas. “Rauschende Wasser im Museum”, Neue Westfälische, 11/14/2009
Horstmann, Hartmut. “MARTa wird zum Landschaftspark”, Westfalen Blatt, 10/13/2009, Beilage, S.13
Picard, Anna. “Britten‘s masterpiece comes home with a kiss”, The Independent, Nov. 1th
Coxhaed, Gabriel.“Mariele Neudecker”, time out, Nov. 5-11th
2008 Helfand, Glen.  “Trying to Cope with Things That Aren’t Human (Part One)”, artforum.com
Rediscovering landscapes at Cityhall, Madhvi Subrahmanian, Singapore Business Times, Sept. 2008
Royale Bibeau, Petra. “After Nature: Re-Purposing the Human Condition”, Artslant
2007 Pietsch, Hans. “Die unheimliche Kälte der Romantik”, art – das Kunstmagazin, No 10/Oct. 2007, p.36-40
2006 Griffin, Jonathan.“Mariele Neudecker“, frieze, October 2006, p.266
Coslovich, Gabriella. “Mortality at corner of La Trobe and Queen”, The Age, AU, September 15, 2006
2004 Januszczak, Waldemar. “Scenes through a glass starkly”, Sunday Times (UK), 06/13/2004
2003 McCulloch, Susan.“MCA swims into wider waters”, Liquid Sea, MCA Sydney, Weekend Australian, April 12-13, 2003, p.21
Davidson, Kate. “Journeying to other worlds: Liquid sea at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney”, Art Monthly Australia, no.161, July 2003, p.29-32
Probyn, Elspeth. “Serious might of the main”, The Australian, 2nd April 2003, p.33
2002 Van Lierop, Bernard.“The Ironic Sublime”, in: Planet, issue 156, December 2002/Jan. 2003, p.32-38
2001 Phillips, Christopher. “Crosscurrents in Yokohama”, Art in America, 01/2001, p.84-91
Jeffrey, Moira. “Total object Complete with Missing Parts, Tramway, Glasgow“, review in: The Herald, Sept. 10th
Hergeth, Andreas. “Romantik aus Plexiglas”, in: taz Berlin, 27-28/10 2001
Hirsch, Wolfgang. “Subtil vermittelte Romantiker-Sicht -Mariele Neudecker erhält Botho-Graef-Kunstpreis”, Thüringer Landeszeitung TLZ, 10/06/2001
Roick, Bärbel. “Kühl-subtile Romantik-Adaption”, in: Ostthüringer Zeitung OTZ, 10/08/2001
Schultz, Deborah. “The Conquest of Space – On the Prevalence of Maps”, Contemporary Art”, Henry Moore Institute Essays on Sculpture 35, Leeds 2001
Key, Philip. “Magic of the Sea”, Liverpool Daily Post, 13/07/2001
Reardon, Valerie. “Humid”, Art Monthly No.4, 2001, p.36-38
Imdahl, Georg . “Der sechste Schornstein sucht einen Betrachter – Die zweite Skulptur-Biennale im Münsterland”, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 07/12/2001
Kohler, Michael. “Die Abgeschlossenheit Arkadiens”, Die Welt, 07/03/2001
2000 Searle, Adrian. “If you go down to the woods today….”, The Guardian, 3/10/2000
Battista, Kathy. “Mariele Neudecker”, Make Magazine, Sept./Nov. 2000
Lubbock, Tom. “Strictures at an exibition”, The Independent, 10/10/2000
Von Planta, Regina. “Mariele Neudecker in der Ikon Gallery”, Kunstbulletin, 10/2000
Althorpe Guyton, Marjori; Glinkowski, Paul. “Solid Foundations”, Tate Magazine, winter 2000, p.62-64
“Utopias”, Mead Gallery, Art Monthly, 11/2000, p.30-33
The Henry Moore Foundation, Issue No 9, Winter 2000, Exhibitions, p.10
Safe, Emma. “Mariele Neudecker”; VCA, 12/2000, p.68
“Mariele’s World of images and sound”, Evening Gazette, 13/12/2000
Gooding, Darren. “Mariele Neudecker at Minories”, Essex Country Standard, 29/12/2000, p.27
Carvill, Sonia. “Welcome to her dream-like world”, The East Anglian Daily Times, 12/08/2000
“Mariele Neudecker profile”, in: art review, 10/2000, p.57
Profile: “Mariele Neudecker, True romance”, Tate Magazine, Winter 2000
Cumming, Laura. “Dese forests, drifting snow…”, The Observer, 10/02/2000
Hemming, Sarah.“Shedding new light on art”, Daily Express, 09/2000
Grimley, Terry. “Atmospheric art in a box”, The Birmingham Post, 10/11/2000
1999 Gustafson, John. New Art Examiner, 06/1999, p.42-43
Fredericksen, Eric,“Don’t Know Much”, The Stranger, Vol.8, No.44, 07/1999, p.89
Rose, Cynthia. “Harris shows artist’s take on romanticism”, The Seattle Times, 07/22/1999, p. 22
Josslin, Victoria.“Neudecker’s distorted maps remind one of biases”, Seattle PostIntelligencer, What”s Happening Section, 07/10/1999, p.18
Josslin, Victoria. “Never Eat Shredded Wheat”, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, July 23th
1998/99 Hunt, In. “Mariele Neudecker, Spike Island, Bristol October 31 to November 30”, Art Monthly, p.98-99
1998 Buck, Louisa. „Faces Places and Spaces to watch in 1998“. New Statesman, 01/02/1998
Lorés, Maite. „Other Voices, other places“, Contemporary Visual Arts, Jan. 1998, p.44-49
Gunnar Tverbakk, Per. Galleri Otto Plonk, I Bergens Kunstforeining, “The Halted Traveller, Mariele Neudecker”, Bergens Kunstforeining, KUNST, Feb. 1998, p.18
Lotte Schonfelder, Sesongapping med stort spekter, Bergens Tidende, 02/05/1998, p.28
„The Boredom Factor“, Blueprint, Feb. 1998,No.147, p.42
Toril Gjesvik: „A fange verden“, BT, 02/14/1998, (Review the halted traveller)
Harald Fricke: “Berlins größter Promi als erotische Bühne”, Kunst in B erlin jetzt: Jonathan Meese, Mariele Neudecker, Tom Burr, Wand und Boden, Die Tageszeitung, 07/05/1998
Carmen Böker, Seestücke, Berliner Zeitung, 07/06/1998
Veit Stiller: “Mariele Neudecker: Die Welt als Fiktion und Wirklichkeit”, Die Welt, 07/14/1998
Schöner Schiffbruch, Mariele Neudeckers wäßrige Wunderwelt, Ticket, July 1998
Neil Cooper: “The House in the Woods”, List, April 1998
David Barrett: “Mariele Neudecker – Review”, Frieze, May 1998, pp. 42 ill.
Simon Morley: “The Friedrich Factor”, Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 19, p.26-33
Milou Allerholm: “Lekfulla utsnitt ur en filtread natur”, Dagens Nyheterna 7, 06/07/1998
Brita Orstadius: “Människans natur”, Boras Tidning, June 22th
Ingamaj Beck: “Tack, menjag är mätt”, Aftonbladet, June 12th
Poul Erik Tojner: “Lunds konsthall somarutställin handlar om naturen, bade den därute och den därinne – människans väsen”, “Människan och de bägge naturerna”, Sydsvenskan, June 22th
Hakan Zeylon: “Fantasifullt om var natur”, Skanska Dagbladet, June 9th
“Sju utställingar i en hall”, Hallandsposten, June 25th
Gunnar Brahammar: “Svarbegripbart tema pa Lunds konsthall”,Ystads Allehanda, June 5th
Conny C-A Malmquist: “En givande mangtydighet”, KVP, June 6th
Crispin Ahlström: “Stig in och lat dig betrakas!”, GP, June 23rd
Lisbeth Bonde: “Tilbage til unaturen”, Information, June 30th
1998 Stefan Olofson: “Människans natur pa Lunds konsthall”,
Skanska Dagbladet, 30 May
Yens Wahlgren: “Allt vildare konstverk”, Sydsvenskan, May 30th
Ake Holmquist: “Med välavvägd balans”, Norra Skana, June 4th
Cecilia Billgren: “Ruin möter besökare pa konsthalllens innergard”,
Arbetet Nyheterna, 30 May
Eva Ström: “Ruiner och ogräs”, Svenska Dagbladet, June 13th
Jörgen Klinthage: “Kraftmätning mellan objekt och reum”,
Arbetet Nyheterna, June 27th, 1998, p.5
Jörgen Klinthage: “Konst som tänjer gränserna”, Hallandsposten, June
Marika Wachtmeister: “Natur som överraskar“`”, Kristianstadsbladet,
June 27th
John McEwen: “A fashion for death and erotica”, The Sunday Telegraph, Review, Nov. 22th
Andrew Anthony: “Why be a YBA?”, The Observer, Review, Nov. 22
Jonathan Jones: “Water Worlds”, The Guardian
1997 Martin Herbert, Light – Richard Salmon, Time Out, Jan.,
Anne de Charmant, Le soleil se lève sur l”east end, MUSÉART, No.66, Jan., p.118/119
Studiomobile, Belladonna, Simona Grande, David Reimondo, Italian TV
William Fever, A bonfire of inanities (Belladonna), The Observer Review, February 2nd, p.12
Hell’s belles, Sarah Kent on Belladonna, Time Out February 12-19th
For the record, The Young and the Restless, The Art Newspaper, No.67, Feb. 1997
Mark Sladen: “Belladonna”, ICA, Art Monthly, March 1997, No 204, p.36
Gill Hedley: “Who’s buying who? Visual Arts”, The Guardian, 06/17/1997, p.10
1996 Richard Cork: “Curios and curiouser”, Times, July 2nd
David Barrett: “Private View”, Art Monthly, July-August issue
Open Your Art to me, East London Advertiser, July 25
Kalleidoscope, The Open – Tim Marlowe interviews James Peto, –
Mark Sladen, Mariele Neudecker, William Fever, Patricia Bickers
Helene Lenschel, Art watch – European Business News, Directions
(cable TV),
Roby Detta, BBC young directors pilot documentary, 07/23/1996.
William Feaver, A bad case of trite and tested, The Observer Review, July 28th, p.11
Piers Masterson, Lightness and Weight, Custard Factory, Birmingham, Untitled, No.11, summer 1996
Tony Godfrey, Private View – Bowes Museum, Untitled, No.11, Summer 1996
Martin Coomer: “Open Verdict”, Time Out, August 7-14th
Lynn Mac Ritchie: “Quirky works set the scene”, Financial Times
Martin Gayford: “ The East End”s Answer to the Summer Show”, The Daily Telegraph, August 7th
Directions-Art Watch, The Whitechapel Open, European Business News, Cable TV
Andrew Cross: “The Whitechapel Open”, Art Monthly, September issue, p.42
Mariele Neudecker: “The Air we Breathe is invisible”, Artists Newsletter, November 1996, p.49
1995 I Hajdu: “Erintok – In and out of touch”, Bezselo, June issue
I D Udvary: “Erintok – In and out of touch”, Balkon Art Magazine, summer issue
Christoph Tannert: “Auftakt, Frühkritik.”, Radio Brandenburg, August 11th, 7.30am
Ronald Berg: “In and out of touch”, Tagesspiegel, August 20
KBM: “In and out of touch”, Tip Berlin, August 1995
1994 William Feaver: “Ban soap, charcoal and childhood memories”,
The Observer, 15.5 James Hall, The British Open, The Guardian, May 23rd
Barnabas Bencsik, Uitz Terem, Balkon Art Magazine, June issue
Simon Grant: “Miniatures”, Art Monthly, Nov.
1992 Rose Jennings: “Clove Two”, Time Out, June
Kaleidoscope, MA Shows reviewed, BBC World Service, (12 September 9.30pm)
1989 Thomas Lekis: “Kunst, ein Spektrum der Variabilität”, Westdeutsche Zeitung, April 4th
Claudia Zimmermann, Mariele Neudecker stellt im Kunsthaus aus, Rheinische Post, April 8th
Other
2007 Poster insert in Grrrh-Zeitung für Kunst, Nr. 5/6, 4. Quartal 2007
Major Collections
ALTANA Collection, Bad Homburg, Germany
Arts Council Collection, London, UK
Artist Pension Trust Collection, London, UK
British Council Collection, London, UK
The Government Art Collection, London, UK
Phillip Morris Collection, New York, USA
Museum of Contemporary Art, Guadalajara, Mexico
Saatchi Collection, London, UK
Towner Collection, Eastbourne, UK
Thyssen-Bornemisza Contemporary Art Collection, Vienna, Austria
Kiasma Collection, Helsinki, Finnland
Selected Private and Corporate Collections
Air de Paris, France
Johannes & Bernarda Becker, Cologne, Germany
Katrin Brügelman, London, UK
Frank Cohen, Yorkshire, UK
Sonia Coode-Adams, Colchester, UK
Lawrence Dubrovic, New York, USA
Emeldi Ltd, London, UK
Bobbie Entwistle, London, UK
Stephanie French, New York, USA
Eric Gjerdevik, Kopenhagen, Denmark
Gunnar & Mocci Hammer, Sweden
James Harris, San Francisco, USA
Gill Hedley, London, UK
Udo Kittelman, Cologne, Germany
Frederik Levie, Stockholm, Sweden
Mourgue d‘Algue, Switzerland
Phillip Morris Collection, New York, USA
Veleria & Gregorio Napoleone, London, UK
Kohji Ogura Gallery, Japan
Rebecca Stewart, Seattle, USA
Galerie J Van Damme, Bruxelles, The Netherlands
Nicholas Ward-Jackson, London, UK
Teaching/Lecturing/External Assessing
2014 Cheltenham School of Art and Design, UK
2013/14 Bath Spa School of Art , Reseach Fellow (p/t)
2013/17 Glasgow School of Art, External Assessor
Bergen School of Art, Bergen, Norway
2012 For-Site Foundation in Nevada City, CA, USA
Bergen School of Art, Bergen, Norway
2011 Royal Academy of the Arts, London, UK
Winchester School of Art, UK
High Wycombe School of Art, UK
Goldsmiths College, MA, London, UK
Leeds College for the Arts, UK
Leeds School of Arts, UK
2010 Christie’s Curatorial Program, London, UK
Worchester School of Art, UK
2009-13 Stoke-on-Trent – external assessor
2009 Museum Marta Herford, Germany
New York Studio Program (NYSP), Brooklyn, NY, USA
Auckland School of Art, USA
2008 Singapore School of Art, Singapore, China
Kitchner School of Art, ON, Canada
2007 Stoke-on-Trent
Slade School of Art, London, UK
since 06 Bath Spa School of Art (p/t)
Nottingham School of Art and Design
Architects Association, London, UK
2005 Goldsmiths‘ College MA, London, UK
Bath Spa School of Art, UK
Slade School of Art, London, UK
2004 Cheltenham School of Art, UK
Exeter School of Art & Design, Univ. of Plymouth, USA
2003 Bath Spa School of Art, UK
2002 Oslo National College of the Arts, Sweden
Trondheim School of Art, Norway
2001 UWE, Bristol, UK
Konstfack, Stockholm, Sweden
The Royal Academy, London, UK
The Royal College, London, UK
University of Newcastle, Department of Fine Art UK
1998 Goldsmiths” College MA, London, UK
UWIC – Cardiff School of Fine Art, UK
Academy of Fine Art, Bergen, Norway
1997 Chelsea School of Art, MA-sculpture, UK
Exeter School of Art & Design, University of Plymouth, UK
1996/97 Exeter School of Art & Design, University of Plymouth, UK 1994 Kingston University, London, UK
Middlesex University, London, UK
Brighton School of Art NCAD, Dublin, UK Brighton School of Art NCAD, Dublin, UK 1993 Kingston University, London, UK