Andy Holden

Andy Holden (b.1982, Bedford, UK) lives and works in Bedford, UK.  Recent solo exhibitions include Towards a Unified Theory of MI!MS, Zabludowicz Collection, London (2013), Chewy Cosmos Thingly Time at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK (2011), Cookham Erratics, Benaki Museum, Athens (2011), Art Now: Andy Holden, Tate Britain, UK (2010). Group exhibitions include Art Now Live, Tate Britain (2011) and The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things (Curated by Mark Leckey), Hayward Touring, 2013. In 2010 he curated Be Glad For the Song Has No End ~ A Festival of Artist’s Music at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, and in 2012 he adapted David Foster Wallace’s Brief Interview’s with Hideous Men for the stage at the ICA in London. Other performances include Becoming Thing with Ed Atkins at Whitechapel Gallery, London, and Laws of Motion in a Cartoon Landscape, Swedenborg House, 2013. He co-runs the record label Lost Toys Records, as well as performing regularly with his band The Grubby Mitts.

Event Title
Date & Time
  • Sat. Nov 9, 1:00 pm
Ornithologist Peter Holden and his son, artist Andy Holden, explore the materials, structures, and processes involved
in the construction of birds’ nests as a new way to think about art. Free
Free with RSVP