EWAN MACBETH
Mark
b. 1992, Edinburgh, Scotland

Ewan Macbeth is a Scottish artist based in Rotterdam. Working with filmmaking and photography his practice explores the unreality of power and propaganda.

Upcoming Events:
MAY: Artist Talk: Undisciplining Photography, Nederlands Fotomuseum
‘Unforgettable Loss: Images at the Intersection of Post-Memory, Trauma and Identity’
JUNE: Art Rotterdam: ‘Prospects’ Exhibition 

Contact
︎  macbeth.ewan@gmail.com
︎ @ewan_macbeth
︎ vimeo.com/ewanmacbeth


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Education
2017-2019, Piet Zwart Institute, MA Lens-Based Media.
2012-2016, Glasgow School of Art, BA Fine Art Photography.
2014-2015, Leipzig Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst, Erasmus Programme. 

Group Exhibitions
2020, Videotheek, Galerie de Jaloezie, Rotterdam
2020, Boijmans “Drive-thru” Museum, Ahoy, Rotterdam (as part of PWR)
2020, Publieke Werken, Rotterdam
2019, Prospective Junctures, PZI Masters Degree Show, Rotterdam
2018, Roadmaps, The Glasgow International Festival, CCA, Glasgow
2017, The Jill Todd Photographic Award, Summerhall, Edinburgh
2017, Glasgow Open House Festival, Glasgow
2017, Atelier Monday, 16 Nicholson Street, Glasgow
2017, RSA New Contemporaries, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
2017, Things, Mary Mary, Glasgow
2016, ‘Remain Poster’ included in Wolfgang Tillmans exhibition, Maureen Paley, London
2016, FLY, Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
2016, Hierarchies, GSA Degree Show, Glasgow

Screenings
2021,  Nederlands Fotomusuem, Rotterdam 
2020, European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück
2020, Present & Unaccounted For, Vrij Paleis, Amsterdam
2019, Faraway Lands, Caraboo Projects, Bristol
2019, Miasma, NeverLand Cinema, Rotterdam
2018, Research Labs, EYE Filmmuseum, Amsterdam
2018, Earthly Visions, Haiton Art Center, Taipei
2018, Reflex Action, Kino, Rotterdam
2016, A Camel is a Horse, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow

Awards / Grants / Residencie 
2021, CBK - Productie, Presentatie en Research
2020, Mondriaan Fonds: Stipendium for Emerging Artists
2019, Gemeente Rotterdam: Project Grant
2018, Creative Scotland: Project Grant
2017, The Jill Todd Photographic Award: Shortlisted 
2017, Atelier Monday, 16 Nicholson Street, Glasgow.
2016, RSA New Contemporaries: Selected Artist

Press
2017, The Scotsman
2017, The Skinny
2016, The Guardian
2016, Dazed and Confused
2014, Nylon

Commissioned Design 
2018, Living Rent, Glasgow
2017, Black Lives Matter, Glasgow,
2016, Britain Stronger in Europe, U.K.

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