Jeremy Deller (b. 1966 in London; lives and works in London) studied Art History at the Courtauld Institute and at Sussex University.
Deller won the Turner Prize in 2004 for his work ‘Memory Bucket’ and represented Britain in the 55th Venice Biennale in 2013. He has been producing projects over the past two decades which have influenced the conventional map of contemporary art. He began making artworks in the early 1990s, often showing them outside conventional galleries.
Deller has exhibited extensively worldwide with selected solo exhibitions including: ‘Wir haben die Schnauze voll’, Bonner Kunstverein, Bonn (2020); Skulptur Projekte Münster (2017); ‘The Infinitely Variable Ideal of the Popular’, ‘English Magic’, British Pavilion, 55th Venice Biennale, Venice (2013), touring to William Morris Gallery, London, ; ‘Joy in People’, Hayward Gallery, London (2012), ‘It Is What It Is: New Museum, New York (2009), ‘Procession’, Cornerhouse, Manchester (2009); ; ‘Folk Archive’ with Alan Kane Palais de Tokyo, Paris and Barbican Art Gallery, London (2004); and ‘Unconvention’, Centre for Visual Arts, Cardiff (1999).