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Leckey, Mark



United Kingdom

Mark Leckey lives in London and was born in Birkenhead. He won the Turner Prize in 2008. He is a Reader in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Recent solo exhibitions include Work & Leisure at Manchester Art Gallery (2012), and See We Assemble at the Serpentine Gallery, London (2011) and, as curator, The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things at Bluecoat Liverpool, Nottingham Contemporary and the De La Warr Pavilion. 

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Events - Talks

A Bigger Splash, 1974

Screening followed by Jack Hazan, Director of the film in conversation with Mark Leckey and Stuart Comer

 A Bigger Splash is a fascinating and experimental up-close documentary of three years in the...
Events - Talks

Live Lecture Series: Mark Leckey

Video Archived Online

Turner Prize winner Mark Leckey discusses the processes of collecting objects, artworks and...
Events - Talks

Erik Davis: Enchantment

Video Archived Online

Erik Davis describes a world exploding with technologies, products, and material processes that...


Art - Artist Cinema

Mark Leckey, Parade

Parade, 2003, 30 minutes

Parade reflects Leckey’s interests in music, fashion and the male dandy. Gigantic images of both...
Art - Exhibitions

The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things

Curated by Mark Leckey

In this timeless exhibition, “the real and the virtual co-exist”, Leckey has said. Perhaps...

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