1964 born in London

1983-1986 Education: B.A. Philosophy, Kings College, London



Claude Heath Les Aerialistes’, Fruehsorge Contemporary Drawings, Berlin
Claude Heath Aller Art Bludenz, Austria


Claude Heath Stichting Lokaal 01, Breda, Netherlands

Built in the Air/In Aere Aedificare Fruehsorge/Galerie fur
Zeichnung, Berlin

Ben Nevis Sleeper, Reiach & Hall, Edinburgh

Claude Heath Kettles Yard, University of Cambridge

Claude Heath Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York
Claude Heath The Centre for Drawing at Wimbledon School of Art

Art In Sacred Spaces Christchurch, Isle of Dogs, London, (one
venue of twelve)

Claude Heath Drawing from Sculpture The Henry Moore Institute/
Leeds City Art Gallery

The Pith and the Marrow Hales Gallery, London

Claude Heath Hales Gallery, London



"The More I draw" („Je mehr ich zeichne“), Musuem für Gegenwartskunst, Seigen, Germany
"Unearthed", Sainsbury Centra for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia


"The Presence of The Line: A Selection of Recent Acquisitions From The 20th and 21st Centuries", Pinakothek Der Moderne, Munich
"In Between the Lines: Recent British Drawings", Trinity Contemporary, London
"Recent British Drawings", Trinity Contemporary, New York
"Linie 09: Facebook", Dina4 Projekte, Munich
"Facebook: Between Empathy and Abstraction", Galerie Baer, Dresden
"Obsession For Collection Curated by Bob Davison and Stuart Evans", Summerfield Gallery, Pitville Campus, University of Gloucester, Cheltenham
"A Sort of Night to the Mind - A KIND OF NIGHT FOR OUR THOUGHTS Illusion and Materiality in Contemporary Painting", Herbert Read Gallery University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury


"Outlines", Gimpel Fils Gallery, London
"Space Now! Space HQ", The Triangle, London
"Linie 08" Gallery Dina4 Projekte, Munich
"Drawings", Madison Contemporary, London
"Sculpture and Touch: Reflections on the Art and Science of a Negelcted Sense", Courtauld Institute of Art, London


Isobar Fieldgate Gallery, London
ARTfutures 2007 Bloomberg SPACE, London


John Moores Painting Prize 24, Walker Gallery, Liverpool
Art and the Senses Science Oxford, Oxford Trust, Oxford
Lodestar Terrace Gallery, London
"HAUPTSACHE, WIR BLEIBEN ZUSAMMEN!" Fruehsorge/Galerie für Zeichnung, Berlin
"Thinking Through Drawing Kettles Yard", University of Cambridge
"Anatomy Acts City Art Centre", Edinburgh, University of St.Andrews Gateway Galleries, University of Dundee Lamb Gallery, Swanson Gallery Thurso, and further touring 2006-9
"Youll Never Know: Drawing and Random Interference", Hayward Gallery Touring Exhibition 2006-7: Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston; The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea;The Lowry,
Salford; New Art Gallery, Walsall; Tullie House and Art Gallery, Carlisle
"On the Way to Things" Churchill College, University of Cambridge
"Seeing Heads", The Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle


Showcase CAS City Art Centre, and Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh
"Transmission", Portfolio Haus Am Lutzowplatz, Berlin
"Taking a Line for a Walk", The Place, Letchworth Garden City
"Work from the Print Studio", Cambridge Broadbent Gallery, London
"Sue Arrowsmith and Claude Heath", Galerie Hollenbach, Ausstellungraum Zurich


"Gegen den Strich/ Another Line", Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden
"Sue Arrowsmith and Claude Heath", Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
"Other Criteria", The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
"Sculpture on Paper: Works from the Leeds Collection", The Study Galleries, Leeds City Art Gallery/The Henry Moore Institute.
"Selected by Claude Heath", ARTfutures 2004 Contemporary Art Society, London
"Facing FLACC", Hasselt, Belgium
"Transmission: Speaking and Listening Domo", Baal Gallery, London, with Sheffield Hallam University, School of Cultural Studies


"Claude Heath and Marion Coutts Kettles", Yard Gallery, University of Cambridge
Pizza Express Prospects Drawing Prize The Truman Brewery, London
Drawing 100 The Drawing Room, London
No.20 Aubrey Square. Rachael Barraclough and Alison Clark: 40 Designers London


"Mapping The Process" Essor Gallery, London
"Head On: Art with the Brain In Mind", Science Museum, London


"Fall show G Fine Art", Washington
"Sages, Scientists, and Madmen", One In The Other, London
The Jerwood Drawing Prize 2001 Cheltenham & Gloucester
College/Princes Trust, London
Summer 2001. Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York
Paper Assets: Collecting Prints and Drawings 1996-2001 The British Museum, London
Systems:Past-Present-Future TIAA/CREF, New York


Art In Sacred Spaces Christchurch, Isle of Dogs, London
"Made Space Touring exhibition"; Pekao Gallery, Toronto, Canada,
The Changing Room, Stirling, Scotland, and The Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Claude Heath Bury St. Edmunds Art Gallery


"Recent Acquisitions", Leeds Sculpture Collections The Study Galleries, Leeds City Art Gallery
"Works from the Frank Cohen Collection", Glasgow Museum of Modern Art, Scotland.
"Drawings", Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York.
"Claude Heath, Leo De Goede, DJ Simpson, Alexis Harding, Andrew Bick", Gallerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
The NatWest Art Prize Lothbury Gallery, London
The John Moores Exhibition 21 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
The Great Hall Bury St.Edmunds Art Gallery


"Works on Paper" Duncan Cargill Gallery, London
The Jerwood Painting Prize The Jerwood Gallery, London
From Within / Dall Interno Juliet Gallery, Trieste, Italy
The Whitechapel Open Whitechapel Gallery, London
Le Doux Dessin Hasselt, Belgium


Prizewinner, The John Moores Exhibition 20 Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Klarsehend One In The Other, London.
Low Maintainance / High Precision 172 Deptford High Street & Hales Gallery, London
Blueprint De Appel, Amsterdam
Antechamber Whitechapel Art Gallery, London


"Young British Artists VI", The Saatchi Gallery, London
The Whitechapel Open Whitechapel Gallery, London


"To Whom It May Concern" Anna Bornholt Gallery, London


Bank of America
British Museum
Centre for Drawing, Wimbledon School of Art
Christs College, University of Cambridge
Deutsche Bank
Dresdner Kleinwort
Eel Pie Publishing
Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, presented by the Contemporary Art
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (Archive of The Print Studio
Government Art Collection, UK
Henry Moore Institute
Lodeveans Collection
The National Collection/Arts Council Collection at the Hayward
Bequest of Charles Saatchi
Simmons and Simmons
Walker Art Gallery, National Museums and Galleries on

Residencies, with associated exhibitions; and publications *

Kettles Yard Fellowship 2002-3, University of Cambridge *
Wimbledon Centre for Drawing, Wimbledon School of Art, 2002-3 *
Henry Moore Institute, Claude Heath Drawing From Sculpture 1999 *
Art In Sacred Spaces Christchurch, Isle of Dogs, London, 2000 (one venue of 12)
Museu Teleorman, Alexandria, Rouman, with European Union Archeology Project Number RCHI282*


Kettles Yard, University of Cambridge, Universe, animated drawing projection as score, performed by Anton Lukoszevieze and Rhodri Davies


Eva Schmidt, Michel Sauer, and Fritz Emslander, ‚The More I draw – Drawing as a Concept fort he World’ (‚Je mehr ich zeichne - Zeichnung als Weltentwurf’), Publisher: DuMont Buchverlag, Colgone.

Pinakothek Der Moderne, Munich. Edited by Michael Semff and Andreas Strobl, with Frederic Bussman, Der Gegenwart der Linie, Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München,. p69, 168.
In Between the Lines: Recent British Drawings, published by Trinity Contemporary, London. pp.74-9.
Francesca Bacci and Peter Dent, Sculpture and Touch, published by the Courtauld Institute of Art, London. pp.11-12, 18-19., 23.
Dr. John Stell, Prof. Lynne Cameron, Prof. Kenneth G.Hay, Spatiality in Design, in Designing for the 21st Century, Edited by Tom Inns, published by Gower. pp.227-229.
Cover artwork, Acts of Seeing: Artists, Scientists, and the History of the Visual, a Volume dedicated to Martin Kemp, published by Zidane Press.

Jan-Phillip Frueshorge, Suspension des Wissens- Armierung des Blicks- Zu den Zeicnungen von Claude Heath. In Raume der Zeichnung, Akademie der Kunste, Berlin. pp124-129.
Sue Hubbard, Pen and pencil point the way, The Independent, 26 March.

Isobar exhibition catalogue, Fieldgate Gallery, London; pp 30-1.

Claude Heath Built on Air: 3D Paper pp.20-23; John Stell, Drawing in Three Dimensionspp. 7-17;
Lynne Cameron, Claude Heath, Patricia Cain, The Practice of Drawing in Three Dimensionspp. 24-31;
all in Explorations in Spatiality: Spatiality in Design, Leeds.
John Moores 24, catalogue, Walker Gallery, published by National Museums Liverpool.
Tania Kovats The Drawing Book. Black Dog Publishing.
Andrew Patrizio Subtle Knots and Strange Stations: On Curating Anatomy Actspp. 167-186;
Sara Barnes, Ecologies of Anatomy: commissioned work for Anatomy Acts.pp.139-158.
Both in catalogue Anatomy Acts: How We Come to Know Ourselves, edited by Tom Holbrook, Drawing you in, Building Design, 11 August.
Jeni Walwin and Henry Krokatsis Youll Never know. Hayward Touring Exhibitions Catalogue.
Duncan MacMillan Musings on Medicine are a powerful body of work The Scotsman, 23 May 2006.

Andrew Patrizio Following the Curve, in CAS Showcase, published by the Contemporary Art Society. pp. 15; 24; 37.
De Appel Amsterdam, If walls had ears/Als muren oren hadden 1984-2005 Edited by Edna Van Duyn.

Hans-Dieter Fronz Gegen Den Strich. Kunstforum, September-October 2004.
Wolf Schon Aufstand der Linien. Rheinischer Merkur, 9 September, 2004.
Peter Frommig Spuren der Wirklichkeit. Kulturjoker, September 2004.
Johannes Meinhardt and Dirk Teuber. Gegen den Strich. Catalogue, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, p39 and p66 respectively.
Claude Heath Missing the Third Dimension. Henry Moore Institute Newsletter No.52/ March-April 2004. p.1.

William Furlong Claude Heath. In Sculpture in 20th-century Britain: A Guide to Sculptors in the Leeds Collections. The Henry Moore Institute. pp. 155-6.
Transmission: Speaking and Listening, Sheffield Hallam University/Site Gallery. pp. 85-93.

Andrew Patrizio Perspicuous by their absence; the drawings of Claude Heath ;pp. 33-35., and Erika Naginski Drawing things in, sketching things out pp.153-55; and Claude Heath interviewed by William Furlongpp. 19-25; all in What is Drawing? The Centre for Drawing, Wimbledon School of Art. 2001-2, edited by Angela Kingston and Ian Hunt.
Mel Gooding Seeing Things, Kettles Yard catalogue essay.
Tom Lubbock Don Look Now, The Independent Review, 8 October.
Patrick Conty The Genesis and Geometry of the Labyrinth pp 229-30,232,233. 2001

Tom Lubbock The Five Best Shows in London., The Independent on Saturday, 8/12.
The Jerwood Drawing Prize 2001 Catalogue. Frances Carey, Richard Cork, Angela Kingston.
Jan Koplos Claude Heath at Paul Kasmin Gallery. Art In America.
Alistair Hicks. Art Works : British and German Contemporary Art 1960-2000.p.232. Deutsche Bank/Merrell Publishers.
Felicity Lunn, The Whitechapel Open, The Whitechapel Art Gallery Centenary Review.
The New Yorker, 22 Jan..Claude Heath at the Paul Kasmin Gallery.
Wimbledon School of Art Research Journal 01/02.

Chris Noraika Made Space. Exhibition catalogue, Published by Atopia Projects.
Susanna Beaumont Made Space. Scotland On Sunday.10 Sept.
Jack MottramMade Space. The List. 7 Sept.
Editorial Product magazine.
Gary Michel Galt New British Drawing at the Pekao Gallery. Toronto Globe and Mail.
The Arts Council Collection at The Hayward Gallery The Saatchi Gift to the Arts Council Collection.

Tim Marlow The NatWest Art Prize. Catalogue essay.
Joanna Pitman Post Modern Man. The Times Magazine. 7 August.
The Saatchi Gallery The Saatchi Decade.
Adrian Searle Withdrawal Symptoms. The Guardian Saturday Review, May 22.
Claude Heath Claude Heath Drawing From Sculpture. Published by The Henry Moore Institute.
Graham Fagen, Subversive on the Side of a Lunatic pp.28-30. Henry Moore Institute.
The Henry Moore Institute Leeds Sculpture Collections: Works On Paper, Concise Catalogue. Edited by Dorcas Taylor.

Paolo Cecchetto and Marina Wallace From Within / Dall Interno. Juliet, exhibition catalogue.
Regina Von Planta Claude Heath at Hales Gallery. Kunst-Bulletin, Nov.
Paolo Cecchetto Claude Heath Profile. Juliet Art Magazine No.87.April.
Anna Murphy, The Observer, Life Magazine. 22/03.
Lynn MacRitchie Jerwood Painting Prize 98. Exhibition catalogue.
John Windsor Let the love affair begin. The Independent on Saturday Magazine, 17/01.

James Hall Young British Artists VI. Artforum, January.
Editorial New Shows. Art Review, March.
Whitechapel Gallery Antechamber. Exhibition catalogue.
Sarah Kent Five Easy Pieces. Time Out, No.1389.
Waldemar Januszczak Its all a matter of Life and Death. Sunday Times, 6 April.
Kate Kellaway Once, twice, 74 times a lady. The Observer Review, 13 April.
Juan Cruz Antechamber. Art Monthly, May.
Stuart Evans Whos Buying Who. The Guardian, 1 Sept.
Saskia Bos Blueprint. Exhibition catalogue, De Appel, Amsterdam.
Robert Roos Trouw, 12 June.
David Burrows Low Maintainance & High Precision. Art Monthly, Sept.
Cornelia Parker John Moores Exhibition 20. Walker Art Gallery. 1996

Sarah Kent Young British Artists VI. exhibition catalogue, Saatchi Gallery.
Sarah Kent Best of the Six. Time Out, No.1360.
John Tozer Young British Artists VI. Art Monthly, Oct.
Lesley Garner True Grit of Young Brits. Daily Express,13 Sept. 1995
Barry Barker Out of Sight but not out of Mind. Text for Hales Gallery.
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