Edward Thomasson
Edward Thomasson / Endless Love
Sep 14 – Oct 28, 2023
Shahin Zarinbal
Berlin, Germany

Shahin Zarinbal is pleased to present Endless Love, Edward Thomasson’s first solo exhibition in Germany. Thomasson will present recent paintings and an installation alongside Security, 2023, a performance with music by Robbie Ellen. Security will be performed by the artist twice a day during the opening week.

Edward Thomasson makes performances, plays, videos, and paintings about social and sexual interaction. He lives and works in London, UK.

He has presented plays and performances at Migros Museum of Contemporary Art, Zurich, Switzerland (2019), Studio Voltaire, London, UK (2019), West Space Melbourne, Australia (2018), DRAF Studio, London, UK (2016), amongst others. Solo exhibitions include Burning Desires, Phillida Reid, London (2023); The Present Tense, Chisenhale Gallery, London (2014), and Inside, South London Gallery, London (2011). Selected group exhibitions include Testament, Goldsmiths CCA, London (2022), United by AIDS – An Exhibition about Loss, Remembrance, Activism and Art in Response to HIV/AIDS, Migros Museum of Contemporary Art, Zurich, Switzerland (2019). Thomasson has collaborated with Lucy Beech on performance projects since 2007. Together they have exhibited in theatre and exhibition spaces including Tate Britain (2017), Maureen Paley, London (2016), Barbican Theatre (2011).

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