The Peacock
Watercolour on Paper
30 x 42cm
2017
£600
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The Sailor
Watercolour on Paper
30 x 42cm
2017
£600
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Sunday Morning is Everyday for all I care
Watercolour on Paper
76 x 56cm
2017
£2000
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In a Daze
Watercolour on Paper
21 x 30cm
2016
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Light my Candles
Watercolour on Paper
21 x 30cm
2016
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Just Maybe I'm to Blame for all I've Heard
Watercolour on Paper
56 x 76cm
2016
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Glowing White Like Fire
Chinese Ink on Paper
56 x 76cm
2016
£1500
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Sifting Through the Ashes
Chinese Ink on Paper
42 x 30cm
2016
£600
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Towards Nothing
Chinese Ink on Paper
42 x 30cm
2016
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Searching Through the Ashes
Chinese Ink on Paper
42 x 30cm
2016
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My Toes Can Talk
Chinese Ink on Paper
42 x 30cm
2016
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Antimony (Bedroom)
Watercolour on Paper
56 x 76cm
2015
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Hydrogen (Wool Against Weapons)
Watercolour on Paper
28.5 x 25cm
2015
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Antimony (Pentagram)
Watercolour on Paper
28.5 x 25cm
2015
£550 (framed)
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Galatea (Lolita)
Watercolour on Paper
29 x 42cm
2015
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Nelliel (Jamie)
Watercolour on Paper
42 x 30cm
2014
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Tifa (Lucinda)
Watercolour on Paper
42 x 30cm
2014
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Amaimon (Jason)
Watercolour on Paper
42 x 30cm
2011
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Lavi (Edward)
Watercolour on Paper
42 x 30cm
2011
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Tidus (Joe)
Watercolour on Paper
42 x 30cm
2011
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Advent Children III
Watercolour on Paper
21 x 30cm
2013
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Badger: The Origin
Artist made book
21 x 29 cm
14 pages (b&w + 1 colour plate)
Edition of 25
2014
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Installation Views
Installation View: Touchstones, Rochdae, 2013
Installation View: Touchstones, Rochdae, 2013
Installation View: Touchstones, Rochdae, 2013
Installation View: 20-21, Scunthorpe, 2014
Installation View: 20-21, Scunthorpe, 2014
Installation View: Wolverhampton Art Gallery, 2013 photo: Paul Ward
Installation View: Wolverhampton Art Gallery, 2013 photo: Paul Ward
David Hancock CV
Born, lives and works in Manchester, UK.  Co-founder and director of PAPER gallery.

Education:
2010-14 - Graduate Teaching Assistantship with PhD, University of Salford
2008-10 - Master of Fine Art, Liverpool John Moores University
1993-96 - BA (Hons) Fine Art, Manchester Metropolitan University

Selected Solo Exhibitions:
2015 - ‘Cosplay’, Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge
2015 - ‘Cosplay’, Howarth Art Centre, Livingston
2014 - ‘Cosplay’, 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe
2013 - ‘Cosplay’, Wolverhampton Art Gallery
           ‘Cosplay, Touchstones, Rochdale
2011 - ‘Time to Pretend’, Hub, Manchester
2010 - ‘Game’, 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe
2008 - ‘That’s Not My Name’, The Agency, London
2007 - ‘How Can Someone so Young Sing Words So Sad’, Transit, Mechelen, Belgium
2006 - ‘Who Will Eat my Sadness’, The Agency, London
2005 - ‘The Beautiful People’, The City Gallery, Leicester
2004 - ‘Jane Says…’, Cooper Gallery, Barnsley
2003 - ‘The Beautiful People’, Comme Ca Gallery, New York, USA
           ‘The Beautiful People’, Kirkby Gallery, Kirkby Liverpool
            ‘The Beautiful People’, The Storey Gallery, Lancaster
2002 - ‘The Beautiful People’, DDM Warehouse, Shanghai, China
            ‘The Beautiful People’, Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax
2001 - ‘The Beautiful People’, View 2 Gallery, Liverpool
            ‘The Beautiful People’, Chorlton Mill Gallery, Manchester
2000 - ‘The Beautiful People’, Cartwright Hall, Bradford
           ‘The Horrible People’, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
1998 - ‘The Beautiful People’, Pannett Art Gallery, Whitby
1997 - ‘Princess Leia was my first Kiss’, Phillips Contemporary Art, Manchester

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2017- 'The Shape of Things', Durden & Ray, Los Angeles
           'Line & Fold', CAMPBasel, Basel, Switzerland
           'Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare' pt IV, Charlie Smith London
2016 - 'Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare' pt III, Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax

2015 - 'P', Horatio Junior, London
           'Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare' pt I, PAPER, Manchester
2014 - 'A Union of Voice", Horatio Junior, London
            ‘Snow in Summer’, Peek-a-boo Gallery, Perth, Australia
            ‘Manchester Connexions’, The New School House Gallery, York
            ‘ID’, Hanmi Gallery, London
            ‘Far Lands’, Millenium Galleries, Sheffield
            ‘Human Clay Revisited’, The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber
2012 - ‘Polemically Small’, Orleans House Musem, London
2011 - ‘Polemically Small’, Charlie Smith, London
            ‘In Safekeeping’, The New Schoolhouse Gallery, York
            ‘Future Can’t Wait’, Torrance Art Museum, California
            ‘Citizen’, TactileBosch, Cardiff
             Marmite Painting Prize III, Lanchester Gallery, Coventry & The Nunnery, London
2010 - Marmite Painting Prize III, Central Gallery, Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester
           ‘This is England’, The Aubin Gallery, London & Galleria Uno+Uno, Milan, Italy
            Anti Design Festival, London/Newcastle Space, London
            ‘Salon 8’, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong 
2009 - ‘The Lure & The Seducer’, Galleri Christoffer Egelund, Copenhagen, Denmark
            ‘Connexions’, Galerie Wolfsen, Aalborg, Denmark
            ‘Karma-1’, Gallery 44a, Istanbul, Turkey
2008 - ‘The Future Can Wait II’ (curated by Ellis & Rumley) Truman’s Brewery, London
            ‘Kapellmeister pulls a Doozy’, Seven Seven Gallery, London
            ‘The Past is History’(curated by Ellis & Rumley) Changing Role, Naples & Rome, Italy
             ‘The New London School’(curated by Ellis, Rumley & Max Presneil), Mark Moore, LA, USA
2007 - ‘Teenage Kicks’(curated by Melanie Moreau), Vegas Gallery, London
            ‘The Future Can Wait’, (curated by Ellis & Rumley) Truman’s Brewery, London
2006 - ‘I-POD Killed the Video Star’(curated by Ken Pratt), Showroomama, Rotterdam, Netherlands
           ‘I Ain’t No Yesterday’s News’, Gallery Likovni Krug , Exitfest, Serbia & Tour
2005 - ‘Portreto Formate’, ARKA Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania & Tour
           ‘Children of the Grave- Masters of Reality’ (with Ross Sinclair), The Agency London
           ‘Young Masters’, (curated by Flora Fairburn), Art Fortnight London
           ‘Hand in Hand we Walk Alone’, Clapham Art Gallery
2004 - ‘Forever Beautiful’, Clapham Art Gallery, London
2003 - ‘Thermo 03’ The Lowry, Manchester
2002 - ‘A Word from our Sponsors’, Liverpool Biennial Independents 02
           ‘Perverse Pop’, Catto Contemporary, London
           ‘The Battle for Realism’, (curated by James Hyman) Inside Space, Selfridges, London

2001 - BP Portrait Award 2001, National Portrait Gallery, London
2000 - ‘Inferno’, LMN Project, Guildhall, Newcastle
            BP Portrait Award 2000, National Portrait Gallery, London
1999 - John Moores 21, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

1996 - ‘Northern Graduates’, Royal College of Art, London

Self-curated Group Shows:
2012 - ‘Digital Romantics’, Dean Clough, Halifax & Aubin Gallery, London
2007 - ‘Fantasising Fairies’, 501 Art Space, Chongqing
           ‘Faith’, Dean Clough, Halifax & Gallery Primo Alonso
2006 - ‘I’ll Be Your Mirror’, Liverpool Biennial Independents 06 & Gallery Primo Alonso, London
            ‘Jerusalem’, Dean Clough, Halifax
            ‘Manchester, So Much to Answer For’, Warsaw Projects, Manchester
2004 - ‘Le Petit Paysage’, Liverpool Biennial Independents 04 & Comme Ca, Manchester
           ‘We Didn’t Mean to be Bad Kids, TV Made Us Do It’, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery,           
            Hertfordshire University, St Albans & Collins Gallery, Glasgow
2002 - 'I’ll be your Mirror', Warsaw Projects, Manchester

Live Art Performances
Collaborative performance with Yingmei Duan
2011 - ‘Once Upon a Time’, BS Visite, Braunschweig, Germany
2010 - ‘Pathological Aesthetics’ Performance festival and Symposium at University of Applied
            Sciences Nijmegen, Netherlands
2009 - ‘Dreams’, at Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester, UK

Awards:
2010 - Arts Council Development Grant
2007 - British Council CtC Development Grant
2002 - British Council for DDM Warehouse Residency
            Shortlisted for BOC Emerging Artist Award 2002
2001 - City Life’sVisual Arts Exhibition of the Year 2001
            Shortlisted for Fresh Artist 2001 Award

            Northwest Arts Board- Individual Artists Award
            Commended in BP Portrait Award
1998 - Northwest Arts Board- Individual Artists Award

Residencies:
2011 - York Theatre Royal
2007 - 501Art Space, Chongqing, China
2004 - Pyramid Arts Centre, Warrington
2002 - DDM Warehouse, Shanghai, China
1998 - Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool

Others Projects:
2012 - Co-Founded PAPER, Manchester
2009 - Established Mirabel Studios, Manchester
2008 - Co-Founded ‘Art Group’, a peer group of Manchester-based Artists
2002-4 - Established and curated Warsaw Projects @ Open Art Studios, Manchester offering emerging artists their first solo exhibition
2005 - Published the artists books ‘A Cure for Everything’ & ‘Lost Beneath the Waves’ by Brya Weths