Harland Miller

Biography:

Harland Miller is both a writer and an artist, practising both roles over a peripatetic career in both Europe and America. Born in Yorkshire in 1964, Miller received his BA and his MA from Chelsea College of Art and went on to live and work in New York, Paris, Berlin and New Orleans.

 

Group exhibitions include 'Fools Rain', ICA, London (1996), 'Direct Painting', Kunsthalle, Mannheim (2004), 'Summer Exhibition', Royal Academy of Arts, London (2005, 2006) and 'The Sculpture in the Close', Jesus College, Cambridge (2013). Solo exhibitions include 'Don't Let the Bastards Cheer You Up', BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead (2009), 'The Next Life's On Me', White Cube Hoxton Square, London (2012), ‘In Dreams Begin Monsters’, Palacio Quintanar, Segovia (2015), 'One Bar Electric Memoir', White Cube Mason's Yard (2017) and ‘Letter Paintings’, White Cube Hong Kong (2019).