Deb Hoy

Portfolio

Location: London, UK
Website: www.debhoy.com
Bio:

A british sculptor with an interest in ecological issues, Deb Hoy has created large-scale temporary interventions in public spaces and landscapes across the UK and USA, including Central Park in New York and the South Bank Centre, London. With a BA from Chelsea College of Art and Design (2003) and an MFA from The University of Pennsylvania (2008) Deb Hoy has spent over 10 years refining her practice and communicating ecological issues with student and community groups. Previous solo exhibitions include 'Glimmers' at ArtSpace, London, 'Conductor' at Norwich Arts Centre and 'Purge to Flow' at Arnold, New York City.

Deb Hoy is currently exploring new avenues in drawing and printing with a view to capturing the transience of nature and the constant change/decay of natural materials.

Exhibitions:

Solo Art Exhibitions

2015 Glimmers, Copper Drawings at Artspace, Westbourne Grove, London, UK
2014 Views from Kaslo, Appleyard & Co, Norwich, UK
2013 Conductor, Norwich Arts Centre, UK
2013 Ascending and Descending Triangles, Mangreen Trust, Norfolk, UK
2013 Michael and Mary, St Justus Church, Rochester, Kent, UK
2012 Alchemical Apparitions, Appleyard & Co, Norwich, UK
2012 White Truss > Blue, Anteros Arts Foundation, Norwich, UK
2012 Anahata Torus, Donaldson Courtyard, Kimbolton, UK
2011 Michael & Mary, The Hostry Festival, Norwich Cathedral, Norfolk, UK
2010 Double Bend, Kimbolton School, Cambridgeshire/Huntingdonshire, UK
2009 Purge to Flow, Arnold, 5th Avenue, New York, USA
2008 Sugar Accumulation, Central Park, New York, USA
2007 Water Bottle Falls, Fairmount Waterworks Interpretive Centre, Philadelphia, USA
2006 Edible Ponds, Hackney Marshes, London, UK
2004 Taped and Sealed Flow, The Royal Festival Hall, London, UK (with Dot Howard)

Selected Group Art Exhibitions

2014 Retrospective, Appleyard & Co, Norwich, UK
2013 Tasty Modern, Schwartz Gallery, London, UK
2013 Synthesis, Newington Green, London, UK
2011 Hackney WickED Festival, 29-31st July at various locations in Hackney Wick, London, UK
2009 Joan Mitchell Foundation Artist Teacher Exhibit, The Renaissance Building, Brooklyn
2009 Heart to Heart, Fuel Gallery, Philadelphia, USA
2008 Happy Endings, Michael Steinberg Fine Art, Chelsea, New York, USA
2008 Take Issue, Philadelphia Sculptors bring political art to Washington Square, Washington DC, USA
2008 Woodmere Art Museum Annual Juried Show, Philadelphia, USA (Juror Stephen Talasnik)
2007 Earth Matters, University of Texas Pan-American, Houston, USA
2007 Tip of the Iceberg, The Schuylkill Centre, Philadelphia, USA (Juror Amy Lipton)
2007 Yatoo Nature Art Pre-Biennale, Gemang, South Korea (and travelling)
2007 Summer Sculpture Show, Suburban Artists, Block Island, USA
2006 The Intuitionist, Meyerson Gallery, University of Pennsylvania, USA
2006 Art in Feeling, Hand Impressions Gallery, Philadelphia, USA
2005 Valedictory Exhibition, Hills Road College Cambridge, UK
2003 Art and Consumerism, Urban Outfitters, Glasgow, UK
2002 Nothing but a Pack of Cards, The Century Gallery, London, UK
2002 Worlds End Sculpture, Moravian Churchyard, Kings Road, London, UK
2002 Trinity Group Show, Trinity Buoy Wharf Studios, London, UK
2002 Bound: Women in Art, Stag Place Plaza, London, UK

Arts Awards and Residencies

2015 Playgournf Installation, Marner Primary School via Bow Arts Trust, London
2012 Artist in Residence, Kimbolton School, Cambridgeshire, UK
2011 Norfolk & Norwich Festival Award for ‘most ambitious Creative Agent’, UK
2010 Artist in Residence, Kimbolton School, Cambridgeshire, UK
2009 Artist Teacher Award for services to Queensbridge Community in New York, USA
2009 Go Green Award presented by New York Department of Youth and Community Development
2008 Artist in Residence, Vermont Studio Center, USA
2008 Laise Endowment and Clay Fellowship, awarded by Penn Design at The University of Pennsylvania
2006 Institute of Urban Research Scholarship to attend Growing Greener Cities conference in Philadelphia
2006-2008 Thouron Award Scholarship for two-year full funding for an MFA at The University of Pennsylvania
2003 Bloomberg New Writers Shortlist for Art criticism and Art review writing, London, UK