Milli Jannides

Born 1986, Sydney, Australia (currently based Porto, Portugal)

EDUCATION

2011-2013 MA, Royal College of Art, London
2010 Düsseldorf Art Academy, Düsseldorf (guest student, prof. Peter Doig)
2005-9 BA/BFA (hons), University of Auckland (Elam School of Fine Art), Auckland
2007 Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow (University Exchange, one semester)

EXHIBITIONS

2018
Cavewoman, Hopkinson Mossman, Wellington (solo)

2017
Frottage Cottage, Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland (group)

2016
The Company of Volcanoes, Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland (solo)
Painting: A Transitive Space, St. Paul St Gallery, AUT, Auckland (group)

2015
Necessary Distraction: A Painting Show, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki (group)

2014
Sound Bow (with Ruth Buchanan), Johan Berggren, Malmö (two-person)
As the light dips, Hopkinson Mossman, Auckland (solo)

2013
Method & Gesture, curated by Melissa Loughnan, Utopian Slumps, Melbourne (group)
Part Two Soft Eyes, curated by Pip Wallis, TCB, Melbourne (group)
Hermes’ lack of words, curated by Alex Davidson, Artspace, Auckland (group)
Royal College of Art graduation show, London (solo presentation)

2012
Eyelash Gnawing, Hopkinson Cundy, Auckland (solo)

2011
David Hofer and Milli Jannides, Hopkinson Cundy, Auckland (two person)
Sue Crockford Gallery Window, Auckland (solo)

2010
Milli Jannides and Sam Rountree Williams, Victor and Hester, Glasgow (two person)

2009
Keeping Still, A Center for Art, Auckland (solo)

2008
Jokes with Strangers, A Center for Art, Auckland (group)
Paintings, Window Onsite, Auckland (group)

2007
Here Today, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow (group)

RESIDENCIES

2016
Oficina de Arte residency, Mexico City

2015
Oficina de Arte residency, Mexico City

2009
It can be said that art is what remains after a course of rejection of ideas, Window, Auckland (group)
Picnic on a Frozen River, projectspace B431, Auckland (group)
Henrietta and Lola Anne Tunbridge Watercolour Award, George Fraser, Auckland (group)
100 Clams, High Seas Gallery, Auckland (group)

2008
Portal in a Storm, rm103, Auckland (group)

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS/BIBLIOGRAPHY

Victoria Wynne-Jones, Daylight’s Feeling Forms, Matters, Issue 5, February 2014
Anthony Byrt, Dilated Sense, New Revised Edition, City Gallery Wellington (exhibition catalogue)
Anthony Byrt, Just Breathe: Introducing Nicola Farquhar, Art New Zealand, Issue 144,
2012-2013 (article)
Faces to Watch, Urbis magazine, Issue 68, 2012, p90 (short feature)
Natural Selection, Issue 7, 2010, pp26.1 – 26.4 (artist pages)
Graduation Showcase, Art World, Feb/March, 2009, p146 (article)