Hayley Tompkins

Born 1971
Lives and works in Scotland

Education

1996-1998

  1. MFA Glasgow School of Art

1990-1994

  1. BA (hons) Glasgow School of Art

1997

  1. Makes collaborative work with Elizabeth Go: Victoria Morton, Sue Tompkins, Sarah Tripp, and Cathy Wilkes.

Solo Exhibitions

2016

  1. Lulu, Cuauhtemoc, Mexico
  2. Myth Cart, Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh, UK

2015

  1. Electric Magnetic Installation, The Modern Institute, Aird's Lane, Glasgow, UK
  2. Technicolor Hamburger, Drawing Room, Hamburg, Germany

2014

  1. Scotland + Venice 2013, Common Guild, Glasgow, UK
  2. Space Kitchen, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2013

  1. Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO

2012

  1. House of Life, Cairn, Pittenweem, United Kingdom

2011

  1. Currents, Studio Voltaire, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
  2. A Piece of Eight, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, United Kingdom

2009

  1. Optical Research, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  2. Autobuilding, Inverleith House, Edinburgh, Scotland

2008

  1. Re, The Drawing Room, London, United Kingdom

2007

  1. Discover Drawing Abstractions With Hayley Tompkins, Camden Arts Centre, Camden, United Kingdom
  2. Transfer, (with Sue Tompkins), Spike Island, Bristol, United Kingdom
  3. Lent Moving Pictures, Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch, Berlin, Germany

2006

  1. Hayley Tompkins and Sue Tompkins, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY

2005

  1. In the zone of your eyes, West London Projects, London, United Kingdom (two person show with Sue Tompkins)
  2. When I broke the room, Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, CA
  3. When it broke, Artforum, Berlin, Germany, (Two person show with Sue Tompkins)
  4. Giti Nourbaksch Gallery, Berlin, Germany
  5. Them and Ten Thousant Cups, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Scotland

2003

  1. Hayley Tompkins, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  2. Oh! Replica, Els Hanappe, Athens, Greece

2002

  1. Hayley Tompkins, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Scotland

2001

  1. Glassy, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY Hayley Tompkins, Jack Hanley, San Francisco, CA

2000

  1. Hayley Tompkins, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Scotland

1999

  1. Sounds of Grass, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland (with Sue Tompkins)

Selected Museum Exhibitions

2013

  1. Hayley Tompkins, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO

2009

  1. Modern Modern, curated by Pati Hertling, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY
  2. Salute to the Dataday, The Front Room (with Sue Tompkins), Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, MO

2005

  1. Solo Show Solo Soul, project by Chris Johanson, Baronian Francey, FRAC, France

2004

  1. Beck Futures, ICA London, CCA Glasgow, Cornerhouse, Manchester, Scotland

Group Exhibitions

2016

  1. I still believe in miracles, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
  2. Reconstructive Memory, curated by It's Our Playground, Galerie Valentin, Paris, France

2015

  1. British Art Show 8, Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds, UK
  2. Eat Abstractedly, Mary Mary, Glasgow, UK,
  3. The Grass is Singing, Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo, BR
  4. Painting in Time, The Tetley, Leeds, UK
  5. Small Sulpture, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, IL
  6. Deep Screen, Parc Saint Léger, Pougues-les-Eaux, France
  7. The Persistence of Objects, Curated by The Common Guild, Lismore Castle Arts, Lismore, Co Waterford, Ireland

2014

  1. @ the shrink, Shanaynay, Paris, France
  2. On the Devolution of Culture, 83 Page Street, London, UK
  3. GENERATION Moving Image Programme, Tramway, Glasgow, UK
  4. Cairn, Pittenweem, UK
  5. I CHeer a Dead Man's Sweetheart, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill, UK

2013

  1. Out of Doors, Supplement Gallery, London, United Kingdom
  2. Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy

2012

  1. Last Chance, SWG3, Glasgow, Scotland
  2. The Imminence of Poetics, Sao Paolo Biennale, Sao Paolo, Brazil
  3. Studio 58: Women Artists in Glasgow Since WWII, Mackintosh Museum,
  4. Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, Scotland

2011

  1. Painting Show, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, United Kingdom
  2. Painting Expanded, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, New York, NY
  3. Watercolour, Tate Britain, London, United Kingdom
  4. Vegetable Loves, Palarcap, West Barnes Studios, Dunbar

2010

  1. Ashes to Ashes, AMP Gallery, Athens, Greece
  2. In Memory of Painting 8, Layr Wuestenhagen Contemporary, Vienna, Austria
  3. White Columns Benefit Auction, New York, NY
  4. Ashes to Ashes, Arthouse, Curated by Christopher Garrett, Amp, Athens, Greece
  5. Fragments of Machines, IMO, Copenhagen, Denmark
  6. At Home/Not at Home, CCS Bard, Bard College, Annandale on Hudson, NY
  7. Group show, Autocenter, Berlin, Germany

2009

  1. Modern Modern, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY
  2. Frequency, The Hugh Lane Gallery, Curated by Michael Dempsey, Dublin, Ireland

2008

  1. Open Field, CCA, Glasgow, Scotland
  2. Contribution with Sue Tompkins to Strategic Questions Bookworks publication, curated by Gavin Wade, London, United Kingdom
  3. Wollust - The Presence of Absence, Columbus Art Foundation, Leipzig, Germany

2007

  1. Old Space, New Space, Gagosian Gallery, New York, NY
  2. Planting the tele, (curator), Mary Mary, Glasgow, Scotland
  3. Open End, John Kinkead Contemporary, Los Angeles, CA

2006

  1. Life's a Beach, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Isreal
  2. You Always Say No to Ibitha, ALEXANDRE POLLAZZON Ltd., London, United Kingdom

2005

  1. We Disagree, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  2. When I Broke The Room, Jack Hanley Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
  3. Minimalism and After IV, DaimlerChrysler Contemporary, Berlin, Germany

2004

  1. Souvenir, HOTEL, London, United Kingdom
  2. Program III, Rolf-Ricke, Cologne, Germany
  3. Works on paper, Spruth Magers Projeckte, Munich, Germany
  4. Invisible Beauty, Galerie Giti Nourbakhsch, Berlin, Germany
  5. Pre-Theatre, Glasgow Project Room, Scotland
  6. Becks Futures, CCA, Glasgow, Scotland
  7. Country Grammar, curated by Ben Harman, GOMA, Glasgow, Scotland
  8. Minimalism and After III, DaimlerChrysler Contemporary, Berlin, Germany
  9. Kerlin Gallery, Berlin, Germany
  10. Varda Caivano, Sebastian Hammwoehner, Silke Otto-Knapp, Alex Pollard,
  11. Hayley Tompkins, Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, Ireland

2003

  1. Acme., Los Angeles, CA
  2. Contemporary Abstraction, Glasgow Print Studio, Scotland
  3. Paper Projects, Kate MacGarry, London, United Kingdom
  4. Nursery World, Jennifer Flay Gallery, Paris, France
  5. Giti Nourbahksch, Berlin, Germany
  6. The Fragile Underground, Bart Wells Institute, London, United Kingdom
  7. Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Italy

2002

  1. State of the Gallery, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York, NY
  2. The Chateau, Switchspace, Glasgow, Scotland
  3. On Paper 1, Galerie Friedrich, Basel, Switzerland
  4. Schurmann Collection, K21 Kunstsammliung im Stadehaus, Dusseldorf, Germany
  5. Half the World Away, Hallwalls CAC, Buffalo, NY

2001

  1. Here and Now, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee, Scotland
  2. October, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, Scotland, (With Sue Tompkins)
  3. One for One with Elizabeth Go, Circles *4 ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany
  4. Brown Field, Market Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland

2000

  1. Hayley Tompkins, Francesca Pia, Bern
  2. Film Club, curated by Scott Myles, London, United Kingdom (with Elizabeth Go),
  3. Film Club 2 London, curated by David Thorpe, London, United Kingdom (with Elizabeth Go)
  4. Avalon, The Changing Room, Stirling, Scotland

1999

  1. Fields and Rays and Green Numbers, The Pineapple, Malmö, Sweden
  2. White Bear zz, Roslea drive, Glasgow, Scotland
  3. Faces and Names, performance as part of Education in Reverse, The Corinthian, Glasgow, Scotland (with Sue Tompkins)
  4. Education in Reverse, The Corinthian, Glasgow, Scotland
  5. Love, Speed, Thrills, Metropolitan University, Manchester, United Kingdom (with Elizabeth Go)
  6. You are an Orange Orchid, performance for Radio Tuesday at the B.U.F.F. Club, Glasgow, Scotland (With Sue Tompkins)
  7. Museum-a-go-go, Glasgow Project Space, Scotland
  8. Where the Wild Roses Grow,Anti-War, You Take It From My Heart, Performance at Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland (Elizabeth Go)
  9. You are an Orange Orchid, with Sue Tompkins, performance for Radio Tuesday at the B.U.F.F Club, Glasgow, Scotland
  10. Add Night to Night, The Showroom, London, United Kingdom
  11. The Social Life of Stuff, Fly Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
  12. Floatina Happiness,Host, Tramway, Glasgow, Scotland (with Elizabeth Go)
  13. Drawing Show, Glasgow Print Studio, Scotland
  14. I Love This Life, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland

1997

  1. Hit ‘em with this Antionette, Satellite City Catalyst Arts, Belfast, Ierland (with Elizabeth Go)
  2. You show Me the DF Every Night You Show Me the DF You Know Me, performance at Connected, NGCA, Sunderland, United Kingdom (with Elizabeth Go)
  3. Joy Joy, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland
  4. Art97, Business Design Centre, London, United Kingdom (with Transmission Gallery)
  5. Slight, Norwich Gallery, Norwich and Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland

1996

  1. World of Ponce, Southpark, Glasgow, Scotland
  2. Brainmail, Studio 17, CalArts, Los Angeles, CA
  3. Stockholm Smartshow, Stockholm, Sweden (with Transmission Gallery)
  4. Multiples, Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
  5. Wallpaper, CCA, Glasgow, Scotland
  6. Young Black Italian/ Garage in Yellow, Leighton Buzzard, United Kingdom
  7. Art for People, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland

1995

  1. Look Nuovo Mitti, 115 Dalriada, Glasgow, Scotland
  2. The Persistence of Painting, CCA, Glasgow, Scotland

Selected Bibliography

2014

  1. King, Sarah. “Hayley Tompkins.” Art in America, May
  2. Smith, Roberta. “Hayley Tompkins: ‘Space Kitchen’.” The New York Times, February 6

2013

  1. “Scotland + Venice 2013 to Feature New Work from Hayley Tompkins, Duncan Campbell and Corin Sworn.” Creative Scotland, November 3. Online
  2. Miller, Phil. “Scotland makes strong showing within the international art party of the Venice Biennale.” The Herald, June 2
  3. Miller, Phil. “Glasgow artists showcase Scotland in Venice. The Herald, May 28
  4. Mansfield, Susan. “Glasgow School of Art takes plunge in Venice.” Scotsman, May 28
  5. Mantle, Jac. “Scotland in Venice: Duncan Campbell, Corin Sworn & Hayley Tompkins.” The Skinny, May 27
  6. Wilson, Fiona. “What the Brits are bringing to the Venice Biennale.” The Times, May 25
  7. Miller, Phil. “A global stage for Scottish artworks.” The Herald, May 24
  8. Jeffrey, Moira. “Art review: Scotland + Venice 2013, Venice.” Scotland on Sunday, May 19
  9. “Venice 2013: Sworn / Campbell / Tompkins', Venice Biennale, Venice.” The Art Newspaper, May 3
  10. “Scotland + Venice 2013.” Aesthetica Magazine Blog, May
  11. “The Venice Questionnaire #9: Hayley Tompkins.” Art Review Online, May

2012

  1. Basciano, Olivier and McLean-Ferris Laura. “Glasgow - Beyond the miracle.” Art Review Issue 58, April
  2. Morgan, Elinor. “Painting Show.” this is tomorrow, January 19

2011

  1. Herbert, Martin. “Hayley Tompkins.” Time Out London, July 8
  2. Reid, Ash. “Exhibitions: Hayley Tompkins.” Map Issue 25, June
  3. Urwin Jones, Susan. “The Brink on an eye.” The Herald, April 2

2009

  1. The New Yorker, October 12
  2. Dale, Paul. “Hayley Tompkins: Autobuilding.” The List Issue 626, April
  3. Pottinger, Rebecca. “Hayley Tompkins: AutoBuilding.” The Skinny, Issue 43, April
  4. Mansfield, Susan. “Hayley Tompkins/Mary MacIver.” The Scotsman, March 25
  5. Jeffery, Moira. “Art Review - Hayley Tompkins: Autobuilding.” Scotland on Sunday, March 1

2008

  1. Lack, Jessica. “Hayley Tompkins.” The Guardian Guide, April 19

2007

  1. Mottram, Jack. "From Here to Modernity.” Work, www.jackmottram.com.
  2. Trigg, David. “Hayley Tompkins Sue Tompkins.” Map Issue 10

2006

  1. Nesbett, Peter (ed.). “Hayley Tompkins.” Art on Paper

2005

  1. Moira, Jeffrey. The Herald
  2. Mottram, Jack. The Scotsman
  3. Mottram, Jack. The Lis
  4. McDermott, Leon. Metro Glasgow
  5. Seidel, Claudia. Daimler Chrysler Catalogue essay

2004

  1. Gale, Iain. Scotland on Sunday

2003

  1. Moira, Jeffrey. The Herald

2002

  1. Mulholland, Neil. “Here + Now: Scottish Art 1990-2001.” Frieze. January-February
  2. Johnson, Robert. “Hayley Tompkins.” Untitled. Number 23. Autumn/Winter
  3. Tufnell, Rob. “Avalon.” Make Magazine. June/August
  4. Crowe, Jenny. “Avalon.” Artists Newsletter. May 2000
  5. Mottram, Jack. The List

2000

  1. Johnston, Robert, Untitled, Autumn Winter, Number 23
  2. Tufnell, Rob. Make
  3. Crowe, Jenny. Artist's Newsletter

1999

  1. O’Sullivan, Tom and Tatham, Joanne. “Scotland.” Circa Magazine, Issue 89. Autumn
  2. Lowndes, Sarah. “Sounds of Grass.” The List. 13-27 may

1998

  1. Rothschild, Eva. “I am You as You are Me as He is She as We are all Together.” Make Magazine, Issue 80. June/August
  2. McKee, Francis. “The Social life of Stuff.” Untitled, Number 18. Summer

Catalogues

2013

  1. Hayley Tompkins: Conversation, Aspen Art Museum

2011

  1. Watercolour, Tate Publishing, London
  2. HAYLEY TOMPKINS, Inverleith House Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh (Monograph. Available through The Modern Institute)

2010

  1. At Home/Not at Home, CCS Bard

2008

  1. Re Hayley Tompkins, The Drawing Room, London (Monograph. Available through The Modern Institute)

2005

  1. Dexter, Emma. Vitamin D: New Perspetives in Drawing. Phaidon. pp. 310-311.

2001

  1. Circles – Individuelle Sozialisation und Netzwerkarbeit in der zeitenossischen Kunst, ZKM, Karlsruhe
  2. Here and Now: Scottish Art 1990-2000, Dundee Contemporary Arts, Dundee October, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow

2000

  1. Avalon, The Changing Room, Stirling

1998

  1. Add Night to Night, The Showroom, London