doggerfisher is delighted to welcome 5 artists to exhibit new work in the gallery.

Karla Black (born Alexandria, Scotland 1972) studied at Glasgow School of Art. Recent exhibitions include Like It Matters, CCA, Glasgow; Exile, New York is a Good Hotel, Broadway 1602, New York; Not Yet Night, Studio Voltaire, London; Karla Black – Babak Ghazi, S1 Artspace, Sheffield (2005); Spacemakers, Lothringer Dreizhen, Munich; MFA Degree show, Tramway, Glasgow; Rheinschau Art Projects, Cologne (with Transmission Gallery); Mary Mary Gallery, Glasgow (2004); Pallas, The Changing Room Gallery, Stirling and East International, Norwich Gallery (2003). Future exhibitions include Broadway 1602, New York (solo); Mary Mary Gallery, Glasgow (solo); Outpost, Norwich (solo); Flacca, London. Karla Black lives and works in Glasgow and is represented by Mary Mary, Glasgow.

Dean Hughes (born Manchester 1974) studied at Chelsea College of Art and Design. Recent exhibitions include TEXT, Bury Museum and Art Gallery (2005) Living Dust, Norwich Gallery curated by David Musgrave; summer Show, Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco (2004). I LOVE MUSIC, Creative Growth, and Oakland, curated by Matthew Higgs Friday 13th, Galleri s.e, Bergen (2003); 38 Langham Street, London British Art Show 5, Edinburgh and touring (2000). Dean Hughes lives and works in Manchester.

Duncan Marquiss (born Aberdeen 1979) studied Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & MFA Glasgow School of Art. Recent solo exhibitions include Nightmusic, Dicksmith Gallery, London (2004); recent groups shows include Jack Hanley, San Francisco; Prague International Biennale of Contemporary Art and Transmission Gallery at Re-escape, Hamburg (2005); Fire & Brimstone, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh (2004) and Zenomap Scottish Pavilion, Venice Biennale; I could be happy, Gagosian Gallery, London. Future exhibitions include Dundee Contemporary Arts and Peter Kilchmann, Zurich. Duncan Marquiss lives and works in Glasgow and is represented by Dicksmith Gallery, London.

Jonathan Owen (born Liverpool 1973) studied at Edinburgh College of Art. Recent exhibitions include Andrew Mummery Gallery, London (solo, 2005) Brainchild, Magnificat, Edinburgh (2004); Uncle Judge, Graves Gallery, Sheffield (solo); Milligan’s Island, International 3, Manchester (2003); Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary British Art, National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; Happy Outsiders, Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw (2002) and doggerfisher (solo 2001). Jonathan Owen lives and works in Edinburgh.

Hanneline Visnes (born Bergen, Norway 1972) studied at Glasgow School of Art. Visnes has recently completed the Scottish Arts Council’s Amsterdam Residency. Recent exhibitions include “A Moment in Time” Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin hotspots, Essl Museum, Vienna; The Garden, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester (curated by Neil Mullholland) (2005); Bergen Kunsthall in Bergen, Norway; Ring around Paradise Square, doggerfisher (solo 2004) and Zenomap, Gagosian Gallery, London; Prague Biennale; Zenomap project, 50th Venice Biennale (2003). In 2005 CCA Glasgow commissioned ‘Afterwards, in the blank wood’. Future exhibitions include a solo show at the Pumphouse Gallery, London. Hanneline Visnes lives and works in Glasgow.