Over the past eight years, Brendan Jamison’s sculptures have been widely exhibited throughout Northern Ireland and internationally exhibited in Scotland, England, France, Germany, Austria, Sweden, America, Canada, New Zealand and China. In October 2006 Jamison completed a residency and solo exhibition at KHOJ, New Delhi, India. His work was recently reviewed in the July 2009 edition of Sculpture magazine. Jamison is represented by Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Selected Solo Exhibitions:
Blue Bridge, Governor’s House, Prudential Headquarters, London, 2008.
JCB Bucket Series, Queen Street Studios Gallery, Belfast, 2008.
An Other World, KHOJ, New Delhi, India, 2006.
Selected Group Exhibitions:
This Is Exchange, A Tino Sehgal project, fifth floor series, Tate Liverpool, England, 2009.
Sale, The Royal Standard, Liverpool, England, 2009.
Three Colours, The Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, 2008.
“Brendan Jamison is by far the most interesting sculptor to have emerged in the last decade in the North....it's such a pleasure to welcome a real sculptor who has a deft, playful touch, as well as an over-active imagination.”
–Brian McAvera, Sculpture magazine, July/August 2009.
Born in Belfast in 1979, Brendan Jamison studied at the University of Ulster where he gained a BA Honours degree in Fine and Applied Arts in 2002 and then a Master of Fine Art in 2004. Over the past eight years, his sculptures have been widely exhibited throughout Northern Ireland. Internationally he has shown in Scotland, England, France, Germany, Austria, Sweden, America, Canada, New Zealand and China. In October 2006 he completed a residency and solo exhibition at KHOJ, New Delhi, India. In 2009, he was awarded the Art Council of Northern Ireland’s New York Residency. The artist’s work is housed in many private and corporate collections, notably The Arts Council of Northern Ireland, the University of Ulster, Fitzrovia Group, Cyrill Sweett London, Himmat New Delhi, California State University and AVS Sweden. Jamison has received five awards from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and is represented by Dickon Hall and The Golden Thread Gallery. His studio is located in South Belfast.