Holly Hendry

Holly Hendry

Holly Hendry is interested in defining the architecture of spaces by exploring the possibilities, such as surface, colour and density, inherent in a wide range of materials through her installations. The shifting scales and unusual positioning of her often-monumental works encourage visitors to consider sculpture in dialogue with their surroundings, while also considering absence as hollow spaces or voids.

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Education

The Royal College of Art Sculpture, 2014 – 2016
The Slade School of Fine Art BA Fine Art, 2009 – 2013

Solo Exhibitions/Commissions

The Dump is Full of Images, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Weston Gallery, September 2019
GUM SOULS, Frutta, Rome, Italy, September 2018
Cenotaph, Liverpool Biennial 2018, Liverpool, July 2018
Phyllis, Selfridges Duke Street commission, London, May 2018
For a Skeleton To Hang Soft Tissues On, Arratia Beer, Berlin, September 2017
The Box, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London, July 2017
Wrot, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, February – September 2017
BACKWASH, Rice + Toye, London, 2016
More and More, More is More, Solo show, Bosse & Baum, Peckham, London, January 2015
VISITS: Holly Hendry, The Oval, Hackney, London, 2014
Hollow Bodies, Gallery North, Newcastle, 2014
Selected Exhibitions
La Biennale de Lyon, France, 2019
Fault Lines, Freelands Foundation, London, March 2019
Playful Aggressions, Greengrassi, London, February 2019
Hyper Mesh, Assembly Point, London, January 2019
December Mostra, British School at Rome, Italy, December 2018
L’espirit Souterrain, Domaine Pommery, Reims, France September 2018
Mind the Gap, Rohkunstbau, Schloss Lieberose, Germany, June 2018
Scar/Face, Ceysson- Benetiere, Paris, June 2018
New Relics, Thames-Side studio Gallery, London, June 2018
Domaine Pommery, France, June 2018
Mind The Gap, Rohkunstbau XXIV, Germany, June 2018
30 Day Free Trail, SET, London, April 2018
The Berlinsky Model, Hunt Kastner, Prague, March 2018
I Had The Landscape In My Arms, Josh Lilley, London, February 2018
In Favour of Three Dimensions, Marie-Laure Fleisch, Brussels, December 2017
Ho Ho Ho, Frutta, Rome, December 2017
Nothing You Have to Understand, Galerie Mikael Andersen, June – August 2017
Lightness, White Rainbow, London, April 2017
EXTRACT VI, GL Strand, Copenhagen, 21st January – 5th March 2017
Bodikon, Belmacz Mayfair, January 2017
Polyspace, Newbridge Projects, Newcastle Upon Tyne, November – December 2016
Short Term Storage, Holly Hendry and Kate Owens, Limoncello Cork Street, October 2016

Coming soon

In response to Covid-19 and following government advice, all studio visits will be virtual until further notice and prices have been adjusted accordingly. After selecting your studio visit date and time and upon your Booking Request being accepted by the artist, you will receive an email with a unique link to Google Hangouts, Skype or Zoom where Holly Hendry will be hosting her live virtual studio visit with you.

Cancellation policy – Any studio visit can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the studio visit starts.

Please note, Booking Requests may take up to 48 hours for confirmation by the artist. Your payment will not be taken until your Booking Request is confirmed. If you would like to make a Booking that will take place within 48 hours, you may do so however it is at the discretion of the artist to confirm in time.

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