• Fiona Mackay
  • Selected Solo Exhibitions
    2015, Close to, KLEMM'S, Berlin, DE
    2014, Sisters, Albert Baronian, Brussels, Belgium
    2013, Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    2013, Croxhapox, Gent, Belgium
    2013, Syntax, OUTPOST, Norwich, UK
    2013, Ghosts, S.I.C, Brussels, Belgium
    2012, Albert Baronian (Room), Brussels, Belgium
    2012, 84 Paintings IN THE BANK, De Nederlandsche Bank, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    2012, MILAN, Cite Des Arts, Paris, France
    2010, 3.5 weeks, Lokaal 01, Antwerp, Belgium
    Selected Group Shows
    2017, The Painting Show. Recent Painting from the United Kingdom, Limerick City Art Gallery, IE
    2017, Prologue, Apes&Castles, Brussels, BE
    2016, Foreign Places, Wiels Center for Contemporary Art, Brussels, BE
    2016, Le Jou de l'oie, (SIC), Brussels, BE
    2016, Lui, (with Manuela Gernedel), Real Positive, Cologne, DE
    2016, Andy Boot, Sam Falls, Erik Frydenborg, Larissa Lockshin, Fiona Mackay, Albert Baronian, Brussels, BE
    2016, The Painting Show. Recent Painting from the United Kingdom, Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, LT
    2015, Gust, Global Committee, New York, US
    2015, Summer Show (duo with Cornelius Quabeck), Martin Van Zomeren, Amsterdam, NL
    2015, Perroquet, Loods12, Wetteren
    2014, ‘It ain’t whatcha write, it’s the way atcha write it’, Manifesta Foundation, Amsterdam
    2014, Ritornando, CIAC, Ghent
    2014, Wall painting, New festival of Beursschouwberg, Brussels
    2014, Wanton Mobility curated by Arielle Bier, KLEMM’S, Berlin
    2014, Vensters, Kunsthal Amersfoort
    2014, Toute la Forêt, Apes and Castles, Brussels
    2014, 'Painting, Poetry and Pottery', Tobias Naehring, Leipzig
    2014, Elevator Pitch, Base Alpha gallery, Anvers
    2014, Bande à Part, Albert Baronian, Brussels
    2014, June, Galerie Samy Abraham, Paris
    2013, Works on paper, Tobias Naehring, Leipzig
    2013, Paradise, Galerie Conrads, Dusseldorf, Germany
    2013, Band a Part, Wild Gallery, Brussels
    2013, Why Painting Now? curated by Bart Van der Heide, Galerie Emanuel Layr, Vienna
    2012, Krummes Ding, V8, Karlsruhe, Germany
    2012, Le Salon, 34 Rue Des Fabriques, Brussels, Belgium
    2012, Is there life on Mars? Martin Van Zomeren, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    2012, Intentional Stance, De Ateliers, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    2012, Arrives in Starting, The Lighthouse, Glasgow International Festival with the Duchy Gallery
    2011, Where Language Stops, Wilkinson Gallery, London
    2011, Outrageous Fortune, Focal point Gallery, Southend-on-sea (touring)
    2011, JOY AXE, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh
    2010, PICALDI, Forgotten Bar, Berlin
    2010, There’s a Tear in My Beer, West Germany, Berlin
    2010, Characters Make Stories, Croxhapox, Ghent, Belgium
    2010, 84 Paintings, Wilkinson Gallery, London
    2009, 84 Paintings, Wiels, Centre for Contemporary Art, Brussels
    2009, Summer Show, Wilkinson Gallery, London
    2009, Concrete Gallery, Reset Your Life, Wilkinson Gallery (project space), London
    2009, The Ventriloquist, Timothy Taylor, London
    2009, A Moveable Feast, Glasgow Studio Warehouse, Glasgow
    2009, Last Tango in Partick, The Now Museum, Glasgow
    2008, FUCK YOU HUMAN, Maribel Lopez Gallery, Berlin
    2007, New Contemporaries 2007, New Art Gallery Walsall, Rochelle School, Cornerhouse
    2007, Walsall, London, Manchester
    2007, Post Stuckism is The New Black, Glasgow Studio Warehouse, Glasgow
    2017, The Painting Show. Recent Painting from the United Kingdom, Aram Art Gallery, Goyang AramNuri Arts Centre, KR
    2007, Diamonds and Young Guns (collaboration as Laudanum), Brazen, Glasgow.
    2007, The Subjective Object, Gallery Conrads, Düsseldorf
    2006, Pure Dead Brilliant, Flat 0/1, 52 Rose Street, Glasgow
    2006, This Village is Burning and We Are All Going to Die, Vic Gallery, Glasgow
    2006, Rumour Has It, 23 Duke Street, Glasgow
    Awards and Residencies
    2012, Schloss Plüschow, Plüschow, Germany
    2010, De Ateliers, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    2010, Locaal 01, Antwerp, Belgium
    2009, Wiels Residency Program, Brussels, Belgium
    2009, Donald Dewar Visual Art Award
    2006, Emmy Sacs Prize
    2001 – 2002, Donald Parton Painting Prize