CV

Curriculum Vitae

Born in Brighton, lives & works in Glasgow.


Selected Solo Shows:

2018: Silent Sleuth – 32 Washington Street, Glasgow.
2014: The Cosmati Edition – Glasgow International, David Dale Gallery & Studios, Glasgow.
2013: Vector – DG Danske Grafikere, Copenhagen.
2010: CPH AIR – Artist Talk & Presentation, The Factory for Art & Design, Copenhagen.
2010: Still Life – In association with SWG3 for the Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art.
2008: Totes Meer – DUNK! Copenhagen.
2007: Stockade – SWG3, Glasgow.
2004: Horatti/Curatti – Atelier Am Eck, Düsseldorf.


Selected Group Shows:

2018: Forthcoming – Koldinggade 12, Copenhagen.
2016: Oersted – Glasgow International – Rasmus Danø, Søren Hüttel, Dirty Mac, Dan Miller, Steff Norwood and Kev Pollock.
2015: Finite Project Altered When Open – David Dale Gallery & Studios, Glasgow.
2011: LOOT – Curated by HAUNT, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow.
2011: Industrial Aesthetics – Hunter College Time Square Gallery, New York, NY.
2011: The Queen is Dead – The Glasgow School of Art.
2011: David Dale Gallery at Vault Art Glasgow – The Briggait, Glasgow.
2011: POINT/ LINE/ SURFACE/ SOLID – Alec Mackenzie & Dan Miller, David Dale Gallery & Studios, Glasgow.
2011: No Noise – Are Blytt, Kevin Hunt, Dan Miller, theAGENCY, London.
2010: Modal – Lilah Fowler & Dan Miller – Curated by Oliver Basciano, Cartel, London.
2010: Neil Clements / Dan Miller / Tom Varley – Curated by Yasmin Afschar, Galerie Mark Müller, Zurich.
2010: GO WEST! – Curated by DUNK! (Copenhagen), Galleri KANT, Esbjerg.
2009: Alex Dordoy / Dan Miller / Tony Swain – Curated by Gregor Johnstone, Southside Studios, Glasgow.
2009: Way Out is The Way Out – Curated by Jamie Kenyon, Embassy, Edinburgh.
2009: Alt_Cph – Copenhagen Alternative Art Fair 2009, In association with DUNK!.
2009: Over The Bridge – Curated by DUNK! (Copenhagen), Cirkulation Centralen, Malmø.
2009: Leger Trager – Dan Miller & Kevin Pollock, Grace & Clark Fyfe Gallery, The Glasgow School of Art.
2008: Through the Looking Glass – Curatorial project in collaboration with DUNK! (Copenhagen).
2007: Zuzammenströmmen – Jack Gregory & Dan Miller, 1103 Gallery, Glasgow.
2007: Supermarket – International art fair for artist-run organisations, Stockholm.
2007: The Glasgow Project – Reinraum, Düsseldorf.
2006: A is to B as B is to C – T.Christy Cole & Dan Miller, Lowsalt Gallery, Glasgow.
2004: Spacemakers – Lothringer Dreizehn, Munich.
2004: Panorama – The Old Jail, Glasgow.
2004: Extension – Curated by Market Gallery, Glasgow Art Fair.
2004: Zu Hause – Site-specific project in association with Klemens Golf, Düsseldorf.
2003: Apocalypse Now and Again – Brendan Hessle / Will Holt / Dan Miller, The Project Room, Glasgow.
2003: Max5 – Video festival, Café Gallery Projects, Southwark, London.
2002: Phalanx – The Glasgow School of Art Degree Show.


Residencies & Awards:

2018: The Hope Scott Trust.
2015: Glasgow Visual Art & Craft Scheme, Glasgow Life.
2012: Danish Arts Council – International Research Programme.
2012: Creative Scotland – Professional Development Grant.
2010: CPH AIR / Copenhagen Artist in Residence – The Factory for Art & Design.
2010: Scottish Arts Council – Creative and Professional Development Grant.
2009: The Hope Scott Trust.
2008: Scottish Arts Council – Creative and Professional Development Grant.
2006: Creative Lab Residency – CCA Glasgow.
2006: Scottish Arts Council – Creative and Professional Development Grant.
2004: Glasgow Visual Art & Craft Scheme, Glasgow Life.
2004: WASPS/Culture & Sport Glasgow – Düsseldorf Residency.


Selected Press:

2015: Glasgow International – Rhona Warwick Paterson – Homes & Interiors Scotland.
2015: My Process – Dan Miller – Central Station.
2011: Future Greats – Art Review.
2011: The Atrocity Exhibition – Andrew Cattanach – The Skinny.
2010: Lilah Fowler & Dan Miller, London, This week’s new Exhibitions – Skye Sherwin – The Guardian.
2010: Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art – Oliver Basciano – Art Review.
2008: Politiken – Copenhagen
2007: Stockade – The List
2004: Schottland Am Rein – NRZ (Neue Rhein Zeitung).
2004: Alte Helden in Gips – Rheinische Post.
2004: Imperien in Serie – Düsseldorfer Kultur.