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Juno Doran

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Name  Juno Doran

Role  Artist
Juno Doran Descent by Juno Doran April 2013

Juno Doran (born 1966) is a visual and sound artist based in Cambridge, United Kingdom.

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Life and work

Juno Doran is a visual and sound artist based in the UK. She was born in 1966 in Abrantes, Portugal, and moved to London, United Kingdom, in 1992.

Selected solo exhibitions

  • 2014 Descent, drawing installation, Cambridge Art Salon, Cambridge
  • 2003 'forgetting Godot', Catto Contemporary, London
  • 2000 'The Beautiful People', ContraCapa, Abrantes, Portugal
  • 1999 Cornerhouse, Manchester
  • 1998 The Beautiful People, Pannett Art Gallery, Whitby
  • 1997 Portraits in colour, Tea for Two, Abrantes, Portugal
  • 1997 Home Stills, Dazed and Confused Magazine, London
  • 1994 Portuguese in London, Museum of London
  • 1994 Portuguese in London, South Bank Centre, London
  • Selected group exhibitions

  • 2015 Colectiva, Quartel Municipal Gallery, Abrantes, Portugal
  • 2013 Jerwood Encounters: Family Politics, Photocopy Club, Jerwood Space, London
  • 2013 Sydenham Arts Festival, London
  • 2010 2010 Fine Art, 2010 FIFA World Cup™, South Africa
  • 2008 The heart is a lonely hunter, 31Grand Gallery, New York
  • 2007 Sugar and Spice, Vegas Gallery, London
  • 2007 Art Auction 2007, Medical foundation for the care of victims of torture, The Building Centre, London
  • 2007 Decadence, Decay and Demimonde, Home House, London
  • 2007 Astley Biennial Open Exhibition, Astley Hall, Chorley
  • 2007 I’ll be your mirror, Gallery Primo Alonso, Hackney, London
  • 2007 Decadence, Decay and Demimonde, Home House, London
  • 2007 Sugar & Spice, Vegas Gallery, London
  • 2007 I'll Be Your Mirror, Gallery Primo Alonso, London
  • 2006 Britishness, art network project by Another Product, Cornerhouse, Manchester
  • 2005 Forever Beautiful, Clapham Art Gallery, London
  • 2003 BP Portrait Award Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, London
  • 2003 Superheroes, Ruby Green Contemporary Art Center, Nashville, USA, October/November, curated by Joseph Whitt
  • 2002 I'll be your mirror, Warsaw Projects, Open Arts Studios, Manchester
  • 2002 Pop Life', 31Grand, Brooklyn, New York
  • 2002 Perverse Pop, Catto Contemporary, London
  • 2000 BP Portrait Award Exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, London
  • 2000 Big Issue Book of Home exhibition, London
  • 1998 Form and Fantasy: Art & the Fairground, Mid Pennine Art Gallery, Burnley
  • 1994 Herstory - part of Festival of Women Photographers, Alternative Art Gallery, London
  • References

    Juno Doran Wikipedia


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