Removed from standard function and relayed as drawn form, the balcony is examined here as the visible and transferable unit of a shared resource, at times socially available, at others set at a commercial distance.
Henry Coleman (b1974) lives and work in London. This is his first exhibition at Chalton gallery following co-produced projects in London and Mexico City.
Henry Coleman graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2015.
Solo exhibitions include: “Scrape”, Royal Academy, 6 Burlington gardens, “About Now: Henry Coleman”, Bloomberg Space, London, (UK) 2012; “Henry Coleman”, greengrassi, London (UK) 2004. Group exhibitions include: “Hydrogen Clip”, Millington and Marriot, London, 2014 “Seperados al Nacer”, Salon Nacional de Artistas, Cartagena, Columbia, 2011; “Telon” with Cristina Schiavi, Museo MACRO, Rosario Argentina, 2009; “Perfect”(Curated by Charlotte Moth), Balice Hertling at Home, Paris), 2008; “Hollows of Glamour: Henry Coleman, Anselm Reyle and Pae White”, KIAD, Canterbury (UK) 2004.
Henry Coleman is currently co-curating the exhibition programme “Physical Information” with Rupert Norfolk at Bloomberg SPACE, London. previous curatorial projects include; Los Vinilos (Buenos Aires and Zoo Art Fair London), Exchange (London) and Heart and Soul (London and Los Angeles).
More about Coleman at henrycoleman.org