Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2012 London Pleasures (solo show) Trinity Contemporary, Bruton Street, London (October)

2012 Like A Stone (solo show) ACME Project Space, Bonner Road, London (September)

2009 Wy Work (2 person show with with Tarka Kings) 52 Hoxton Square, London

2008 Kate Atkin/ Amikam Toren (2 person show) Squid & Tabernacle, Hanbury St, London

2008 W, Museum 52, Rivington St, New York (2 person collaborative show with Becky Beasley)

2007 No Foreign Matter Unconsumed (solo show) Museum 52, Redchurch St, London


Selected Group Exhibitions

2015

'The Wanderers Nightsong II', C&C Gallery, London, March. Curated by Ian Dawson.
(Gavin Turk, Cathy de Monchaux, Chris Hawtin, Neil Gall)

Drawing Room Biennial 2015, The Drawing Room, London, March

2014

Drawing Making: Making Drawing, The Drawing Room, London, January
(Dryden Goodwin, Cornelia Parker, Charles Avery, Franziska Furter, Claude Heath, Tim Knowles, Martin Wilner, Gemma Anderson

Étrange Nature, Le Pavillion Blanc, Toulouse, January
(Cécile Beau, Emile Benoist, Hicham Berrada)

2013

Summer Show, Trinity Contemporary, London, July

Drawing Room Biennial 2013, The Drawing Room, London, June

2012

Aspiration Factory, Aeroplastics Contemporary, Brussels, June

The Thinking Line, Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury, March
(Kenneth Armitage, Michael Craig-Martin, Barry Flanagan, Maggi Hambling, Leon Kossoff, David Nash, Michael Sandle) Organised by the British Council.

Unknown Fields: Recent British Drawings, Young Gallery, Salisbury, February

NOAC, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, January

2011

State of Flux: Drawing in London 2011, Trinity Contemporary, London, May

State of Flux: Drawing in London 2011, Trinity Contemporary, New York, March

2010

Naturalia, Vorstadt 14 Gallery, Switzerland. Curated by Daniela Schönbächler
(Christian Kathriner, Helena Krähenbühl, Peter Liversidge, Ingeborg Lüscher, Andere Monjo)

On the Edge of the World, John Hope Gateway Gallery, Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh (Boredomresearch, Christine Borland, Dalziel & Scullion, Anya Gallaccio, Rob Kesseler, Tania Kovats, Michael Landy, Simon Starling, Alison Turnbull)

The Agile Rabbit, The Lighthouse, Wick Lane, London
(Gavin Turk, Toby Christian, Jim Hollingworth, Chris Barnes)

Ultra Silvam (Beyond the Forest), WAS - Wonderland Art Space, Copenhagen
Curated by Pavel S. Pys (Heather Cantrell, Phil Elverum, Estelle Hanania, Antti Laitinen, Hanna Liden, Katarzyna Przezwaska, Ultra Grøn)

Recent British Drawings, Trinity Contemporary, New York
Accompanying essay by Francesco Bonami (Sian Bowen, Don Brown, Jane Dixon, Graham Gussin, Gary Hume, Michael Landy, Peter Peri, Jamie Shovlin, Gavin Turk)

2009

Altered Sequence, E:vent Gallery, London. Curated by Colm Lally

In Between The Lines, Trinity Fine Arts, Bruton Street, London
Curated by Jeremy Cooper and Luce Garrigues.

Metro-Land, Merriscourt Farm, Oxfordshire

Being and Nothingness, Light and Sie Gallery, Dallas
Curated by James Cope (Martin Boyce, Henry Coombes, Edward Kay, George Henry Longly, Toby Patterson, Clare Stephenson)

Works on Paper, Museum 52, London

Young Contemporaries, Alan Cristea Gallery, Cork Street, London

2008

A Life of Their Own, Lismore Castle Arts, Ireland
Curated by Richard Cork. (Matt Calderwood, Roger Hiorns, Rosalind Nashashibi & Lucy Skaer, Eva Rothschild, Conrad Shawcross, Daniel Silver, Kate Terry)

Paper 8, Upstairs Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Topographica, Turnpike Gallery, Manchester

2007

The Great Escape: New Art From London, White Flag Projects, St. Louis, USA

Front Covers, 39, London

HB Works on Paper, Studio Guenzani, Milan
(Clare Stephenson, Peter Peri, Karl Haendel)

Drawings and Papers: Part 1, Grusenmeyer Gallery, Deurle, Belgium

2006

Assemblage I, Museum 52, London

Motion on Paper, Ben Brown, London

2005

The Observatory (Vol. 1), Laura Bartlett Gallery, London

Second Nature, Blythe Gallery, Imperial College, London

All The Properties of a Thing, Stable, Bethnal Green, London

2004

Polaroid, 39, London, May

2003

Tarts Eggs, Old NYLON Space, Vyner St, London, March