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Cedric Christie’s Phoenix, a giant curvature comprising of a steel exoskeleton and snooker ball anatomies,
brazenly wraps itself around the space that it occupies the playfulness of Christie's materials and also
suggests the works' debasement of the sacrosanct ideology of Modernist sculpture. De-mythologised, the
piece lurches onto the horizontal; a movement from wall to floor that is a literal and figurative 'bringing down' of
monumental form.

In the work that is made of scaffold tubes  the  aim is  to remove  scale  from a material that is associated with
a particular scale  and development. To allow the form to become a support for colour  and the surface to
become space. Is the colour holding the shape, or the shape holding the colour.

Courtesy of Flowers Gallery, London

Solo Exhibitions

2007 Icons, Galerie Frederic Desimpel, Belgium
2007 Hollywood Philosophy, Eleven, London
2006 Kiss your own Arse coz I’m not Sorry Anymore, 10000000mph Gallery, London
2006 I did but Touch the Honey of Romance, Carter Presents, London
2006 Please Close the Gate, New Art Centre, Roche Court, Wilts.
2004 Repeat Performance, Anthony Grant, New York
2004 Object, Ursula Werz, Tübingen, Germany
2003 ½ empty or ½ full?, Rocket Gallery London
2001 What's the Point of Looking but not Touching?N Rocket Gallery London
1997 I Could've Done That, Commercial Gallery, London
1995 Cedric Christie, Commercial Gallery, London

Selected Group Exhibitions

2007 Driven at  Fieldgate Gallery, London
2007 Back to Hackney, Hackney, London

2006 Art Basel, Roche Court
2006 Monochromed, Fine Art Society London
2006 Illuminate, Hull Time Based Arts, Hull

2005 POZ, Galerie Frederic Desimpel, Belgium
2005 Repeat Performance, Anthony Grant Gallery, New York
2005 Frezzer, Archeus Fine Art, London
2005 People of the World, Galerie Desimpel, Brussels

2004 Needful Things: Recent Multiples, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio
2004 Group show, Galerie Desimpel, Brussels

2003 Chockafuckingblock, Jeffrey Charles Gallery, London
2003 Bootleg, Spitalfields Market, London
2003 Art is Beautiful, Le Salon, London

2002 It`s only words, Mirror, London College of Printing
2002 Kiosk, The Kiosk Project, London
2002 Dangerous Corners, James Huntington-Whiteley, London
2002 It’s only a game, Object 57, Manchester
2002 Berlin/London/Minimal, Galerie Markus Richter, Berlin
2002 Cabinet with Outfit, Galerie Andreas Brüning, Düsseldorf
2002 Art-plus Project, Esslingen, Germany
2001 East Wing Collection 5, Courtauld Institute, London
2001 Counting Colour, Rocket Gallery, London
2001 Project Wax, Metropolitan Hotel, London
2001 Art Chicago , Rocket Gallery, London
2000 Het Voetbal in de Beeldende Kunst 1900-2000 , Kunsthal, Rotterdam, Holland
2000 An Exemplary Life, Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery, Suffolk
2000 Group Show, Hoax Gallery, Hoxton Square London

1999 Fun de Siecle, Walsall Museum & Gallery, Walsall
1999 Group Exhibition, Tullie House Museum, Carlisle
1999 Group Exhibition , Middlesbrough Art Gallery
1999 Lord Rodney’s Head, London
1999 Perceptual Engineering, London
1998 Root, Chisenhale Gallery, London
1998 SupaStore, Bregenz, Austria
1998 20/20 Vision, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham
1997 Glass Self Show, ICA, London
1997 Turning the Tables, Commercial Gallery, London
1997 20/20 Vision, Kingsgate Gallery, London
1997 SupaStore, Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester

1996 Renovate, Shoreditch Town Hall, London
1996 Get Your Kit Off, Up & Co Gallery, New York

Public & corporate collections

Cleveland Museum of Art, USA, Cabinet des Estampes, Geneva.
Unilever, BUPA, London.
Derwent Valley Holdings plc/Colebrook Estates Ltd, Brown Rudnick Freed & Gesmer
Hull Time Based Art, Land Securities, London