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Stuart Croft is an artist-filmmaker.
He writes and directs films about power, recurrence, deception and desire.
Croft has shown his work in galleries, contemporary art museums and cinemas in over 25 countries to date. He has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions, solo survey screenings and group shows at venues including Bloomberg SPACE, London / Museum of Contemporary Art (M HKA), Antwerp / Tate Modern Starr Auditorium, London / FACT, Liverpool / PS1-MoMA, New York / Sydney Biennale Video Program / Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, London / Royal Academy, London / Chisenhale Gallery, London / Cinema Zuid, Antwerp / Platform China, Beijing / Galleria Civica di Modena, Italy / San Salvador Convent, Venice Biennale / Cornerhouse, Manchester / Site Gallery, Sheffield / Ku Gallery, Taiwan / Gasworks Gallery, London / Kunsthalle Luzern, Switzerland / White Box, New York / Beijing 798 Biennale.
Croft has been the recipient of numerous grants, research awards and production commissions. His work has been reviewed widely in publications such as Time Out London, The Guardian, Artforum, Art Monthly, i-D Magazine, Contemporary, NY Arts and many others.
Stuart Croft is based in London and is currently a part-time senior tutor at the Royal College of Art. In 2009 he founded the RCA Moving Image Studio and in 2013 he established the RCA's new Fine Art Moving Image Route.
All content © Stuart Croft 1998-2013
PLATFORM CHINA, BEIJING
Stuart Croft's first solo exhibition in China takes place at Platform China Contemporary Art Institute in Beijing this autumn.
The exhibition is curated by David Thorp and features a number of recent works including the Chinese premiere of 'The Stag Without a Heart' and 'Comma 39'.
'Stuart Croft: Films About Death and Dancing' opens at Platform China on 19 October 2013. Exhibition supported by the British Council.
Stuart Croft is currently included in MOCA tv, a contemporary art video channel initiated by MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles) and YouTube. Croft's film 'Drive In' is included in a section of MOCA tv curated by Artprojx / David Gryn, which also includes work by Meredith Danluck, Jesper Just, Kerry Tribe, Ben Rivers, Nick Abrahams, Hans op de Beeck and Nicholas Provost.
watch 'Drive In' on MOCA tv here