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Julian Opie was born in 1958 in London and graduated in 1983 from Goldsmiths School of Art. He lives and works in London. Opie’s major museum exhibitions include Kunstverein, Cologne; Hayward Gallery and ICA in London; K21, Dusseldorf; MAK, Vienna; Mito Tower, Japan, CAC, Malaga; IVAM, Valencia; MoCAK, Krakow; Tidehalle, Helsinki, Fosun Foundation, Shanghai and Suwon IPark Museum of Art. Public projects include Dentsu Building, Tokyo 2002; City Hall Park, New York 2004; River Vltava, Prague 2007; City Gallery, Ireland 2008; Calgary, Canada, 2012; St Mary’s Hospital, London 2012; PKZ, Zurich 2014; Arendt and Medernach, Luxembourg 2015; Carnaby Street, London 2016; and Tower 535, Hong Kong 2016. Opie’s works are included in many public art collections, including Tate, British Museum, Victoria & Albert, Arts Council, British Council and National Portrait Gallery in London; MoMA, New York; ICA, Boston USA; Essl Collection, Vienna; The Israel Museum in Jerusalem and Takamatsu City Museum of Art, Japan. www.julianopie.comInterested in consigning works by Julian Opie? Learn more »
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