INTERNATIONAL LAWNS

    Attributes

    • Collective
    • Designer

    About the artist

    INTERNATIONAL LAWNS, is a design agency run by artists Andrew Curtis and Niall Monro.

    Andrew Curtis - For more information please see Andrew Curtis' Artist page

    CV

    2013

    Co-Founder, INTERNATIONAL LAWNS design agency, London
    'The Leisure Circle', PayneShurvell (offsite), London
    'POST INDUSTRIAL COLOUR' with Leon Chew, DarkMatterStudio, London

    2012

    'Recording Britain' ,V&A, London
    'House Plants', PayneShurvell, London
    'Collaborators 3', ROOM, London

    2011

    'Your Garden is Looking a Mess, Could You Please Tidy It Up', PayneShurvell, London

    2010

    'Wild England', PayneShurvell, London
    'Oltrespazio' with Vincent Fournier, Cream, Milan
    'Collaborators 2', ROOM, London
    'New Contemporaries at the Arts Council', London
    'A Bright and Guilty Place', PayneShurvell, London
    'Tour Operator', 27ad, Bergamo

    2009

    MA RCA

    Represented by PayneShurvell (UK)
    Nicola Scaglione (Italy)

    Collections

    RCA
    V&A
    Oregon State University
    Queens University Belfast
    University of Wales
    UCLH
    Private (UK, USA, France, Italy, Germany)

    Niall Monro

    CV

    2013

    Co-Founder, INTERNATIONAL LAWNS design agency, London

    2011

    'Your Garden is Looking a Mess, Could You Please Tidy It Up', PayneShurvell, London

    2001

    'Back To Kassel; Grafik und Illustration', Kunstverein Fridericianum, Kassel

    1998

    'This is an Original Piece of Evidence', Bound + Unbound, New York

    1993

    'Caravan Conference', Messezentrum, Art Nurnberg 8

    1992

    'Life is Art Enough', Hauptbahnhof, Kassel

    1990

    'Copy Europe', Messezentrum, Art Nurnberg 5

    1988

    '20 Years of British Art', Bass Museum, Miami Beach

    1987

    'City Souvenir', DOCUMENTA 8, Kassel

    1986

    'Impact Art 7', International Art Centre, Kyoto

    1985

    'Friends Exhibition', Bookworks, London

    Collections

    Sackner Archive Miami
    Centre Georges Pompidou Paris
    Getty Foundation California
    V&A London
    Tate Gallery London
    Museum of Modern Art New York