Neil Stewart is Programme Director, Global Art Practice at Chelsea College of Art & Design The University of the Arts London.
2003 - 2005, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design,
MA Fine Art
1999 - 2003, Chelsea College of Art & Design, BA (First Class Hons) Fine Art: Practice & Theory of Visual Art
1973 - 1976, University of East Anglia, BA Social Studies
September/October - Galerie Lorenz, Frankfurt am Main
- with Petra Johanna Barfs
June/July - 3Things, RUN Gallery, London - with Peter Blake, Gavin Bryars, Bruce McLean, Mark Titchner, David Toop, Suzanne Treister and others; selected by Donald Smith.
May 2007 - At War with the Mystics, Francis Hair Fashions Gallery, London.
October/November - Distance & Proximity, The Trafalgar, London.
September/October - Core, Illluminate Productions, London, with Anya Gallaccio, Julius Popp, David Cotterrell, Caroline Jones and others.
July/August & December - MissMao, Blacklist Projects, London & 798 Chaoyang District, Beijing (closed down), with the Gao Brothers.
June/August - Turtle, Chelsea Space, London - an anarchic salon by Michael H Shamberg, including Lawrence Weiner, Yvonne Rainer, Gavin Bryars, Carl Andre, Dan Graham, John Baldessari, Liam Gillick and numerous others.
January - Zone 1 - Dislocated, Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm
September/October - Flux, Illuminate Productions, London, with David Medalla, Jeppe Hein, David Cotterell, David Ryan, Zebedee Jones and others.
July - CSM Symposium, Matt’s Gallery, London, performance ‘The Dimensions of Time’.
April - On the Underbelly, London; curated by Gareth Polmeer and Neva Elliot in association with Central St. Martins College of Art & Design and Chelsea College of Art & Design.
February - Leviathan, Candid Arts Trust, London; curated by JJ Charlesworth.
August/October - The Red Mansion Art Prize, Sou Jia Cun Studios,
Beijing & Royal College of Art, London, with Zoë Brown, Maisie Kendall, Jennie Coles, Bruno Pacheco and Belen Uriel.
September - Illuminate, Jasmine Studios Hammersmith, London,with Noel Forster, Laurence Kavanagh, Diamuird Kelly, David Ryan, Donald Smith and others; curated by Caroline Jones.
August - The Rough & The Smooth, Changing Room Gallery, London; curated by Mark Wilsher and Rosie Hinrichsen.
July/November - 60 Seconds, 291 Gallery/Space TwoTenTwo, London & Darklight Film Festival, Dublin, with 85 international artists; curated by James Payne and Cliodhna Murphy.
May - Field, The Foundry Gallery, London; curated by Paul Caton
December - Post-Postal, euroart gallery, Tottenham, London
September - Tension, Trinity Buoy Wharf, Docklands, London
July - Show Apartment, Lavender Hill, London;
curated by Catherine Dyer
May - none, The Nunnery, London
"Heimat" - published to coincide with the exhibition Neil Stewart.Petra Johanna Barfs, Galerie Lorenz , Frankfurt/Main, 2007
December 2006 - shytstem, Issue 1, published by Eddie Farrell and Michael Wedgwood, www.shytstem.biz
December 2006 - fold06, published by Global Art Practice, Chelsea College of Art and Design
Published texts by Neil Stewart include:
The Unnamable - ArtSEEN Journal, London/Florence, Summer 2007
Keeping Time (interview with David Rooney, Curator of Timekeeping, Royal Observatory Greenwich) - ArtSEEN Journal, London/Florence, Spring 2007
The Studio Situation - ArtSEEN Journal, London/Florence, Winter 2006
Distance & Proximity - ArtSEEN Journal, London/Florence, Summer 2006
China’s Time - ArtSEEN Journal, London/Florence, Winter 2005 London Art: Insular and Parochial? - ArtSEEN Journal, London/Florence, Spring 2006
The Whole of Time (London: Central St Martins College of Art & Design, 2005)
Who Watches the Watchmen... - The Oily Rag (Editors JJ Charlesworth and Sally O’Reilly), Bloomberg Space, Issue 6, 2-6 March 2004
Many Hands Make Light Work (on Maggie Ellenby) - The Oily Rag (Editors JJ Charlesworth and Sally O’Reilly), Bloomberg Space, Issue 5, 24-27 February 2004
In Search of Pure Time (London: Chelsea College of Art & Design, 2003)
The Digital Consumer (Basingstoke: Teamworks, 1996)
Convergence - The Digital Renaissance (London: The Amdahl Executive Institute, 1995)