Pius Fox

1983 born in Berlin

lives and works in Berlin

2004 Fine Arts/Teaching of Fine Arts at UdK (University of Arts), Berlin
with Professor Henning Kürschner
2006 Scholarship in Aix-en-Provence, France, within the Erasmus program
2009 Graduate of UdK Berlin with Prof. Frank Badur
2010 Master class student of Prof. Pia Fries

 selected solo exhibitions

 2016 PIUS FOX FRAC Auvergne, Clermont Ferand, France (cat.)

CONRADS, Duesseldorf (Oct.2016)

2015 Kunstverein Recklinghausen (cat.)

2014 Galerie Conrads

We Expected Something Better Than Before, Pablo‘s Birthday Gallery, New York

2013 Corde Raide, Galerie Vidal-Saint Phalle, Paris
Spiegelzelt, Galerie Martin Mertens, Berlin
Fox hunting, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
The same in mirrors, Maksla XO Galerie, Riga

2012 Galerie Vidal-Saint Phalle, Paris

2011 Galerie Martin Mertens, Munich

2010 Galerie Martin Mertens, Berlin

2009 Taken For Stranger No.4, Appartement, Berlin

 

selected group exhibitions

2014 Wahrheiten, Werke aus der SØR Rusche Sammlung, Bayer Kulturhaus, Leverkusen
Reflections on Psychedelia, Christina Androulidaki Gallery, Athens
Herz der Finsternis, verhudelt, Kunstsammlung Jena

2013 Kunstpreis junger Westen 2013, Kunsthalle Recklinghausen
Walking the Line V, Galerie Martin Kudlek, Cologne
Painting?, Pablo‘s Birthday Gallery, New York
Exposition de Groupe, Galerie Vidal-Saint Phalle, Paris
Kabinett - das kleine Format, Galerie Martin Mertens, Berlin

2012 Exposition de Groupe, Galerie Vidal-Saint Phalle, Paris
Walking the Line IV, Galerie Martin Kudlek, Köln
Breeder, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London
Neo. R. Brand, Appartement Re- installed, Berlin
gest, Centre for Recent Drawing, London
Slide show, Frontviews, Hosted in Athens, Athens
Eros & Thanatos, Werkschau der Baumwollspinnerei, Leipzig
Karussell, MM Projekts, Karlsruhe
Kaleidoscope, Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London

2011 Berliner Zimmer Genossen, Funkhaus, Berlin

2010 Wachstum, Galerie Martin Mertens, Munich
Long time no see, Tape modern, Berlin
Pirosmani & und die zeitgenössische Kunst, Georgisches Nationalmuseum, Tbilisi (GE)