Craig Mulholland

Craig Mulholland was born in Glasgow in 1969. He studied Drawing and Painting at Glasgow School of Art, graduating in 1991. He won the Armour prize for still life (RSA) in 1992.

Solo exhibitions include: ‘Plastic Casino’ (Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow); RFID (Changing Room, Stirling); ‘Arphid’ (Whitechapel Project Space, London); ‘Bearer on Demand’, (Transmission Gallery, Glasgow); Tate Lightbox, London, and most recently ‘Grandes et Petites Machines’ (Sorcha Dallas/Glasgow School of Art /Spike Island, Bristol).

He has participated in the group exhibitions ‘New Work UK4’ (Whitechapel Project Space, London), ‘If Not Now’ (Broadway 1602, NY), ‘Blackberrying’ (Christina Wilson, Copenhagen), ‘The Metal Bridge’ (Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow), and ‘To Bring Forth and Give’ (Glasgow Print Studio).

Mulholland was a recent recipient of the Scottish Arts Council/Scottish Screen Artists Film and Video Award. His subsequent body of work, ‘Grandes et Petite Machines’ included the cinematic film ‘Peer to Peer’ which has since screened at Glasgow Film Theatre, Dundee Contemporary Arts, and in ‘Videonale’ (Kunstmuseum, Bonn).

In 2010, he participated in group shows at IMO, Copenhagen (curated by Will Bradley), Stills, Edinburgh and Artists Film & Video at the BBC, Glasgow.
Mulholland lives and works in Glasgow and is a part-time lecturer in the Painting and Printmaking Department of Glasgow School of Art.