Philip Pocock, ‘No, No There are Not so Many Now’, 1991, Inda Gallery

About Philip Pocock

Canadian, b. 1954, Ottawa, ON, Canada, based in Berlin, Germany

Exhibition Highlights

2006
Galerie Yvon Lambert, 
Paris, France,
If I Can Dream (w. Walter Dahn)
2003
Intercommunication Center ICC, 
Tokyo, Japan,
Unmovie::two tourists (w. G. Stehle)
2003
Media Museum ZKM Karlsruhe, 
Karlsruhe, Germany,
Unmovieopolis (w. G. Stehle)
2003
Ars Electronica, 
Linz, Austria,
Unmovie.net - Honorable mention Net Excellence

Solo Shows

2006
Galerie Yvon Lambert, 
Paris, France,
If I Can Dream (w. Walter Dahn)
2003
Intercommunication Center ICC, 
Tokyo, Japan,
Unmovie::two tourists (w. G. Stehle)
2003
Media Museum ZKM Karlsruhe, 
Karlsruhe, Germany,
Unmovieopolis (w. G. Stehle)
2003
Ars Electronica, 
Linz, Austria,
Unmovie.net - Honorable mention Net Excellence
2001
Musée d'art moderne St. Etienne, 
Saint-Étienne, France,
A History of Grey & MamCam (w. G. Stehle)
1999
National Gallery of Art / Kunsthalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, 
Bonn, Germany,
h|u|m|b|o|t::mail bot (w. R Cabot)
1997
Stedelijk Museum, 
Amsterdam, Netherlands,
Another Time, Another Place (W Dahn w. Philip Pocock)
1996
Galerie Monika Sprüth, 
Cologne, Germany,
Music Security Administration ( w. W. Dahn)
1995
Jörn Bötnagel Projekte, 
Cologne, Germany,
Growing Up and Coming Down (w. Walter Dahn)
1993
Venice Biennale, 
Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy,
Black Sea Diary, (w. FS Huber)
1982
PS1 Institute for Art and Urban Resources, 
New York, NY, United States,
Limbo
1981
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art and Science, 
New York, NY, United States,
The Obvious Illusion: Murals from the Lower East Side

Group Shows

2012
New York Public Library, 
New York, NY, United States,
Photography and Ruin
2009
Nam June Paik Art Center, 
Seoul, South Korea,
EXPostition of mythology – ELectronic technology
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