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Ian Gonczarow Curriculum Vitae www.gonczarow.co.uk www.paintingattheendoftheworld.com Teaching Experience 2017 - 2018 Lecturer in Painting and Printmaking (Lead Tutor) 0.6fte Glasgow School of Art 2016 - 2017 Part time Lecturer University of Staffordshire 2012 - 2015 Lecturer in Painting 0.6fte University of Kent (School of Music and Fine Art) 2011 – 2012 Programme Leader BA (Hons) Fine Art FT British Higher School of Art and Design Moscow (University of Hertfordshire) 2009 – 2011 Deputy Course Leader Foundation in Art and Design FT British Higher School of Art and Design Moscow 2006 – 2009 Lecturer in Art and Design 0.4fte Nescot, (North East Surrey College Of Technology) 2004 – 2005 Visiting Lecturer Art and Education MA University of Northumbria 2003 – 2006 Artist / Educator (Freelance) BALTIC, The Centre for Contemporary Art 2003 – 2006 Artist / Educator (Freelance) Clients included Baltic, NGCA Sunderland, Live Theatre, Newcastle Playhouse, Queens Hall Hexham, Sunderland Museums and Winter Gardens, North East Council for Addictions, Sunderland Child Protection Service and the Center for Life Education and Qualifications 2009 MFA Art Practice Goldsmiths University of London 2007 City and Guilds 7407 Further and Adult Education 2000 City and Guilds 7307 Further and Adult Education Education Newcastle College 1999 BA (Hons) Fine Art University of Northumbria at Newcastle Artistic Practice Output (Selected) Gonczarow, I. (2017) Steal the Show, [Group exhibition] Open House, Glasgow Gonczarow, I. (2017) Flash Salon III, [Group exhibition] Saturation Point, London Gonczarow, I. (2017) Merge Visible, [Group exhibition] Contemporary British Painting, London Gonczarow, I. (2017) Teaching Painting as Research: Curriculum Strategy Post-Analogue [Publication] Teaching Painting: How can Painting be Taught in Art Schools, Black Dog. London Gonczarow, I. (2016) Float in a Mustard Tonic [Retrospective] Caustic Coastal, Salford Gonczarow, I. (2016) #4 [Group exhibition] NySpace, Manchester Gonczarow, I. (2016) Exhibition [Group exhibition] NySpace, Manchester Gonczarow, I. (2016) Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, [Solo exhibition] Bond House Projects, London Gonczarow, I. (2015) Flash Salon, [Group exhibition] ASC Gallery, New Cross, London Gonczarow, I. (2014) Teleology, [Group exhibition] Husk Gallery, London Gonczarow, I. (2014) Trans-it, [Group exhibition] VANE, Newcastle Gonczarow, I. (2013) Post Post, [Group exhibition] Goldsmiths College, London Gonczarow, I. (2013) SATELIKE, [Group exhibition] DepArture Foundation, London Gonczarow, I. (2013) ART 13 Contemporary Art Fair, [Group exhibition] with Jealous Gallery, London Gonczarow, I. (2011) Translate / Transcribe, [Curation], Central House of Artists, special project at Art Moscow 2011 Gonczarow, I. (2011) Royal Academy Summer Show 2011, [Group exhibition] Royal Academy, London Gonczarow, I. (2011) Creekside Open 2011 (Selected by Dexter Dalwood) [Group exhibition] APT London Collections Victoria and Albert Museum Print Collection London. Goldsmiths Estate, London. Private collections in London, Paris, Vienna, San Francisco, Washington DC, Montreal and Los Angeles Prizes and awards 2016 ACE Funding for the exhibition Mr and Mrs Andrews 2009 Jealous Graduate Print Prize representing Goldsmiths College 2009 Wardens Purchase Prize Goldsmiths College 2008 Red Mansion Art Prize 4 week residency in Beijing with the Red Mansion Foundation and a group show at the Slade Research Centre 2003 ACE Funding for the exhibition Past-Continuous Curatorial Output (2019) Amplifier Part Four: Beauracratisation of Procedure and Materialisation in the Work of Playpaint [writing] Turps Magazine Issue 21 Gonczarow, I. (2019) Mimesis; Narrative; Against hegemony! [curation] APT Gallery, London Gonczarow, I. (2018) Painting Inside the Matrix: Code and its Others [Curation] Dok, Edinburgh Gonczarow, I. (2013) Pre-production, [Curation] Occupy My Time Gallery, London Gonczarow, I. (2011) Translate / Transcribe, [Curation], Central House of Artists, special project at Art Moscow 2011