Taline Temizian (b. 1978, Fresno, USA) is a London-based artist who works with multiple media including paintings, Kinetic & Light installations, collages, using systems, signs and processes to explore the interplay between personal narrative and cultural history through science, art and poetry. Temizian’s practice is characterised by a wide range of influences, from modernist painting and anthropology to contemporary medical imagery and research, particularly that of cardiology and neurology.
Temizian holds a post-graduate certificate in visual communication from London College of Communication at the University of the Arts London (2010) where she also studied jewelry design and art direction at Central Saint Martins (2005). She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Aleppo, Syria (2002), and is a graduate of the École supérieure des arts et techniques de la mode, Paris (1997). Currently studying a degree in Design & Coding at the Ravensbourne college, London.
Taline’s work is held internationally in private and public collections.
2017 – 9 Sept – 5 Nov HOME – Ifa Gallery Brussels , Belgium
2017-15 September- EMPIRE II “Exhale” – Provincial Project Space – Kendall-Cumbria
2017 -9 May – Ongoing – EMPIRE II ”Exhale” – VENICE BIENNALE 2017, Venice,Italy
2017 -18 April- EMPIRE II – “Exhale” – Collective Group screening project in association with Frederic De Goldschmidt & John Adams. Brussels, Belgium.
2017 – 15 October- EMPIRE II – “Exhale”- Spektrum , Berlin, Germany
2017 January – “SPACE” – Q PARK SHOWS – Collective group show curated by Vanya Balogh & Cedric Christie
Showcasing an installation and projection film.
2016 – February– CHINESE OPEN – YEAR OF THE ROOSTER – Q Park London. Curated by Vanya Balogh, in association with Geoff Leong Foundation.
2016 –14-17 September. WOP ART Fair ,Contini Gallery booth- Lugano, Ticino, Switzerland.
2016 – October 13 – AN INFINITELY BEAUTIFUL MIND.
Showcasing the BLUE BRAIN SERIES –The Networks Project- During Frieze Art Fair London- side show with Autistica x Mehtabell Projects. London, UK.
2016- HASSFEST – HEARING ART SEEING SOUND Art & Music Festival – Yerevan. Armenia.
The Contemporary Art Centre in Yerevan. The pieces joined the New Museum of Contemporary Art in Yerevan.
2015 May – THE FALL OF THE REBEL ANGELS during THE VENICE BIENNALE. Show curated by Vanya Balogh. Showcasing:” I Love You Because You Changed My Face”.
2015 22 February CHINESE OPEN – YEAR OF THE SHEEP- BIG DEAL SHOWS- Q PARK – China Town, London, UK. Curated by Vanya Balogh. In association with Geoff Leung Foundation.
2014 LOVE HOUR , Basel Historical Museum – Basel, Switzerland.
The Deli Projects- Curated by Benedikt Wyss.
Showcasing “Needle & Damage Done”
2014 MUSEUM OF BROKEN RELATIONSHIPS – Zagreb, Croatia,
Joined the permanent collection of the Museum of Broken Relationships- Zagreb.
2014 BIG DEAL- MARVELLOUS MIX-UPS – BIG DEAL COLLECTIVE SHOWS – London. Curated by Vanya Balogh & Danny Pockets. Showcasing “Camp Delta” & a series about Crimes against humanity.
2016 – November – “SILENT WAR” – THE JAVA PROJECTS- Brooklyn, New York, USA
with Tsibi Geva, based on the Forenzic Architecture project of Eyal Weitzman. Exploring Memory & Trauma in the context of War Crimes & Crimes Against Humanity.
2017 – 2 May TRANSCEND – La Fontaine Contemporary Art Center ,Manama, Bahrain
2016 – 5 Jan – 5 June – SYSTEMS & NETWORKS – Sketch London – Site specific installation & show. London, UK
2015 – 5August – 28 August – EAT MY HEART – Carousel art space, London, UK
Curated by Sascha Bailey, Sound artist collaboration by Doug Haywood.
2016- September 2-5 WOPART Works On Paper fair with Contini Gallery, Lugano,Ticino, Italy.
2015- April 24 AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL HQ – London. “SOJOURN” – An Installation piece and project space exhibition for the Centenary of the Armenian Genocide.
2014 STAGED BEATS , Smart For Art project space. Solo in Maastricht during TEFAF
2014 Selection fair satellite fair ART BASEL with Smart For Art. Basel, Switzerland.
2013 “Khovanshchina” – Rossotrudnichestvo Russian Cultural Center. Russia/UK Cultural exchange program. Showcasing The Paris Collection. London, UK.