Matthew Hindley

Matthew Hindley

Born in 1974, Cape Town, South Africa
Lives and works in Cape Town, South Africa

Matthew Hindley graduated at the Michaelis School of Fine Art in Cape Town in 2002, where his final exhibition won him the Michaelis Prize. Recent solo shows include, An Everlasting Once (2011) at iArt Gallery (now Brundyn + Gonsalves) and Like, like, like, like a circus (2009) at iArt Gallery Wembley project space. Hindley has exhibited both locally and abroad including presentations at Biksady, Budapest (2013) and the new Eli and Eydthe Broad Museum, Michigan (2012).


Education:

  • 2002. Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Cape Town, Cape Town


Selected solo exhibitions:

  • 2013. Twilight of the Idols, Biksady Galeria, Budapest
  • 2012. One Pearl of Great Price, VOLTA8, Basel
  • 2011. The Solo Project, Basel
  • 2011. An Everlasting Once, iArt Gallery (now BRUNDYN + GONSALVES), Cape Town, South Africa
  • 2009. Like, like, like, like a Circus, iArt Gallery Wembley project space, Cape Town, South Africa
  • 2009. Black Out, iArt Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa
  • 2007. Private Vernissage (with Kromschroeder & Pfannenschmidt), Berlin, Germany
  • 2006. Before My Time, 34Long, Cape Town, South Africa
  • 2005. Speak Naturally & Continuously, Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa
  • 2004. Klein Karoo National Arts Festival, Oudtshoorn
  • 2004. Surrender, Bell-Roberts Gallery, Cape Town


Selected group exhibitions:

  • 2013. Material/Representation, BRUNDYN + GONSALVES, Cape Town
  • 2012. Collateral Segment - BRICS, Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Kochi
  • 2012. SeeingEye, BRUNDYN + GONSALVES, Cape Town
  • 2012, Global Groove, Eli & Edythe Broad Art Museum, Michigan
  • 2010. Spier Contemporary Biennial, Cape Town
  • 2009. Dada South, South African National Gallery, Cape Town
  • 2008. Bell 02: blue 7, Vernissage at Create Berlin Showroom, Berlin
  • 2008. Fresh Meat, WITW Gallery, Cape Town
  • 2007. Out of Bounds, Everard Read Gallery, Cape Town
  • 2007. South African Art, Danubiana Art Museum , Bratislava
  • 2006. Anthology, Everard Reed Gallery, Cape Town
  • 2006. MultiPlus, 34LONG, Cape Town
  • 2005. Mashups (print collaboration with Peter Eastman ), 34LONG, Cape Town
  • 2005. Farrago, Association of Visual Arts, Cape Town
  • 2005. Videobrazil, WWWF Anthology Performance, Brazil
  • 2005. Committee’s choice, Association of Visual Arts, Cape Town
  • 2005. Melrose Art, Obert Contemporary, Johannesburg
  • 2005. SASOL New Signatures, Pretoria
  • 2005. Mooimark, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Vienna
  • 2004. Aboslut Secret, Association of Visual Arts, Cape Town
  • 2004. A Decade of Democracy: Witnessing South Africa, National Center for African American Arts, Boston
  • 2004. Show us what you're are made of, The Premises, Johannesburg
  • 2003. Picnic, Bell-Roberts Gallery, Cape Town
  • 2003. On the road again, Engler & Piper Projekte, Berlin
  • 2003. MTN New Contemporaries, Museumafrica, Johannesburg
  • 2003. Homing in, Albany History Museum, Grahamstown
  • 2003. Meeting at the Watercloset, Galerie Puta, Cape Town
  • 2003. Mooimark, Market Theatre, Johannesburg
  • 2002. In no particular order (vol.1), 16th Recontres Video Art Plastique, Normandy
  • 2002. Video, Michaelis Galleries, Cape Town
  • 2001. World Wide Video festival, Arti et Amicae, Amsterdam
  • 2001. Ydetag, South African National Gallery, Cape Town

 
Awards:

  • 2003. Winner of the permanent public art installation competition, South African National Gallery
  • 2002. Michaelis Prize, UCT, Cape Town
  • 2002. Simon Gershin prize, UCT, Cape Town
  • 1994. Irma Stern prize, UCT, Cape Town

 
Public collestions:

  • Vass László Collection, Veszprém, Hungary
  • IZIKO South African National Gallery, Cape Town
  • University of Cape Town Collection, Cape Town