The artists and designers included in the exhibition are Thora Dolven Balke, Massimo Bartolini, Hernan Bas, Guillaume Bijl, Maurizio Cattelan, Elmgreen & Dragset, Pepe Espaliú, Tom of Finland, Simon Fujiwara, Han & Him, Laura Horelli, Martin Jacobson, William E. Jones, Terence Koh, Jani Leinonen, Klara Lidén, Jonathan Monk, Nico Muhly, Norway Says, Henrik Olesen, Nina Saunders, Vibeke Slyngstad, Sturtevant and Wolfgang Tillmans.

Other features Fredrik Sjöberg's Fly Collection, Massimo De Carlo's Porcelain Collection, Collected Etnographica, Real Estate Agents performed by Helen Statman & Trevor Stuart.

Simon Fujiwara
born in London, United Kingdom in 1982
lives and works in Berlin, Germany

Desk Job (Scrawl), 2009

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Education / Awards / Residencies
2009, Arts Foundation Fellowship Award 2009
2008, MAK Schindler residency, Los Angeles
2008, Fine Art, Stadelschule Hochschule fur Bildende Kunst (Prof. Simon Starling)
2005, Architecture MA, 1st class hons. Dist, Cambridge University
2005, Rome Prize, Residency, British School in Rome

Selected Solo & Group Shows
2009, Frame, solo presentation, Frieze Art Fair, with Gallery Neue Alte Brucke.
2009, ‘Welcome to the Hotel Munber’, Performance as part of, Liste Art Fair Projects, Basel
2009, ‘Provenances’ with Latitudes, Gallery Umberto di Marino, Naples
2009, Friends of the Divided Mind, Royal College of Art Curator’s Exhibition, RCA, London
2009, ‘Impersonator’, MAK Center for Contemporary Art and Architecture, Los Angeles
2008, ‘Closet Gallery’, Commission for pavilion, The Architecture Foundation, London
2008, ‘Home is the Place You Left’, Museum of Modern Art, Trondheim, Norway
2008, ‘The Museum of Incest - A guided Tour’, Limoncello, London
2007, ‘Kein Trinkwasser’, Stellwerk, Kassel
2007, ‘Gallery Exchange’, Gallery Neue Alte Brucke, Frankfurt am Main

Selected Bibliography
2009, ‘Young Promises’, Descubrir el Arte Magazine, by Latitudes
2009,  Artist Profile, Maps Magazine, Issue 18
2008, ‘A Guide to the Museum of Incest’, Monograph publication
2008, ‘Obituary to Penreen’, Catalogue for Home is the Place You Left
2008, ‘Rehearsing Realities’, FormContent Gallery
2007, ‘Kein Trinkwasser’, exhibition review, PIN-UP Magazine for Art and Architecture