Lives and works in London and Athens.

Solo exhibitions

2022 Kind Words Can Never Die, IMMA, Dublin

2021 Codename: Fleming, Kunsthallo, London

2020 No Such Organisation, Positions #6, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven

2020 No Such Organisation, Nome, Berlin

2019 There Is No Alternative, The Showroom, London

2019 Shoot The Women First / Dissidence, Z33 Hasselt

2018 Pool Paintings Part I, Swimming Pool, Sofia

2018 Shoot The Women First, The Breeder Gallery, Athens

2017 A Year Without Movement, House of Saint Barnabas, London

2017 Echo Chamber, Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven

2017 Infoesque, Fridman Gallery, New York

2016 Command: Print, Nome, Berlin

2016  Imagine A Palm Tree, Benaki Museum Islamic Art Collection, Athens

2016 The Black Standard, Galerie Roger Katwijk, Amsterdam

2015 ψ, Fokidos Project Space, Athens

2015 Komt Hier Aan Deze Gele Vlaktes, Probe Projects, Arnhem

2014 Pre-Image, Peninsula Art Space, Red Hook, New York

2014 Sucker Scar Script, Crowell Fine Art, New Bedford MA

2013 So Much Magic, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London

2012 Where Are You Know?, Project D / Capital D Studios, Dubai

2011 Economies of Language, Hardy Tree Gallery, London

2009 Torero/Torera, Viktor Wynd Fine Art, London

2008 Pale The Wall, Leighton House Museum, London

2006 Just Weight, Full Measure, ABCC, London

2006 This Being Human, Christ’s College, Cambridge University


Selected group exhibitions

2022 Motifs. Raisons d’agir, Espace François Mitterand, Guingamp

2022 Statecraft (and Beyond), EMST, Athens

2022 Testament, CCA Goldsmiths, London 

2021 Reasonable Doubt, V2 Lab, Rotterdam

2021 AB7 – Eclipse, The Athens Biennale, Athens

2021 EKO 8, International Triennial of Art and Environment, Maribor, Slovenia

2021 Dixit Algorizmi, CCA Tashkent, Uzbekistan

2021 Colors, Etc. Le Tripostal, Lille

2021 It’s Time All The Time For Radical Frienship, Futura, Prague

2020 Winter Light, The Southbank Centre, London

2020 Van Eyck’s Colours in Design, Design Museum, Ghent

2019 The Same River Twice, Deste Foundation & New Museum, Athens 

2019 At The Gates, La Criée Centre d’Art Contemporain, Rennes 

2019 A School of Schools, LUMA, Arles

2018 At The Gates, The Talbot Rice Gallery, Edinburgh

2018 The Universe Flickers, SALT Beyoglu, Istanbul

2018 A School of Schools, 4th Istanbul Design Biennial

2018 Walk and Talk Festival, San Miguel, Azores

2017 Athens and its Periphery in Regards to Contemporary Painting, The Breeder Gallery, Athens

2017 An Incantation Fixed At Its Culminating Point, Galeria Boavista, Lisbon

2017 Haunted Machines and Wicked Problems, Impakt Festival, Utrecht

2017 This is The Sea, Port Hercule, Art Monte Carlo

2017 Future Climates, State of Concept, Athens

2017 Evidentiary Realism, Fridman Gallery, New York

2016 Yes Screaming No, The One Minutes, Amsterdam

2016 Sorry You Missed Me, Royal College of Art, London

2016 Letters to the Mayor: Athens, Storefront NYC/Metamatic:taf Athens

2015 Art In The Age Of …. Asymmetric Warfare, Witte de With, Rotterdam

2015 Art In The Age Of …. Planetary Computation, Witte de With, Rotterdam

2015 The Girl With The Sun In Her Head, Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht

2014 Abstract Geometry, Rook & Raven, London

2014 Salon, Marcelle Joseph Projects, London

2013 Watching You, 10011, New York

2013 Hierarchies, Chelsea College of Art & Design

2013 Celluloid, Cellulose, Cellulite, Chelsea College of Art & Design

2013 Surface, Chelsea Future Space, London

2013 Take Me Out, Limoncello Gallery at London Art Fair

2012 Shem, Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre, Paris, France

2012 Modes ottomanes: la gravure de l’Orient au Siècle des Lumières, Bibliothèque d’Amiens, France

2011 Call Me Ishmael, Parfitt Gallery, London, UK

2010 A Journey into the World of the Ottomans, Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar


2019 Il Paese Della Cuccagna, I-DEA, Matera 

2019 PostCentral, Nome, Berlin


2021 TINA – There Is No Alternative, published by The Showroom and Chateau International 

Awards, commissions and residencies

2022 Artist in Residence, Irish Museum of Moden Art, Dublin

2018 Communal Knowledge & Imperial Health Charity, The Showroom, London

2017 Ideas City Arles, New Museum & Luma Foundation

2016 Ibraaz Projects: Expanding & Remaining

2015 The Politics of Food II, Delfina Foundation, London

2014 Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht

2012 Chelsea Arts Club Trust Special Projects Award

2011 Random Acts, a commission of five short films for Channel Four

2008 Artist in Residence, Leighton House Museum, London

2007 Artist in Residence, A.M. Qattan Foundation, Ramallah

2006 Artist Studentship, Christ’s College, Cambridge

Selected Essays / Press

Deeper Than Surface by Will Jennings,  Recessed Space, March 2022

Review of There Is No Alternative by Alexander Massouras
Art Monthly, July 2019

Profile: Who’s Watching You? The Visual Branding of Surveillance by Charlotte Jansen
Elephant Magazine, July 2019

There Is Not Alternative: An Artist’s Critique of Prevent by Helen Warell
The Financial Times, July 2019

Care and Control in a Surveillance Society by Izabella Scott
Art Review, June 2019

2019 Patterns of Patriarchy by Nadine Botha
Damn Magazine Issue 71, Feb 2019

2019 The Universe Flickers by Stephanie Bailey
Art Papers Fall 2018/19

2019 Art Review: Future Greats 2019, picked by Ben Eastham 
Art Review, January/February 2019

2019 The Picture of Terror: Contemporary Art and the Islamic State, by Owen Duffy
Momas Art Criticism

2018 SHOOT THE WOMEN FIRST! Under the Pink of Navine G. Khan-Dossos’s Targets, by Jasmina Tumbas
ASAP Journal

2018 Pool Paintings Part I, text and interview with N.J. Stallard
Tank Magazine

2017 Painting On and Painting Off ISIS Propaganda by Régine Debatty

2017 An Unfolding Interface by Natasha Hoare
Commissioned for Evidentiary Realism, curated by Paolo Cirio, Fridman Gallery NYC

2017 Review of Command: Print by Adam Kleinman
Artforum, March 2017 pg. 279-280

2017 Interview: Navine G. Khan-Dossos in conversation with Aude Launay

2017 Painting The Islamic State, by Helen Longstreth

2016 Information Acts: Navine G. Khan-Dossos in conversation with Stephanie Bailey
Ibraaz.org, Platform 10 – Where To Now?

2016 Exhibition Review: Command: Print at Nome, Berlin by Brit Seaton

2015 The Handsome Cabin Boy
The Happy Hypocrite Issue 8: Fresh Hell

2015 Art In The Age Of…
With de With Publishing, 2015

2014 For The Motherboard by Vanessa Hodgkinson and James Bridle
The White Review, October 2014

2013 Techno-Primitivism by Vanessa Hodgkinson and Prof. David Trotter
The White Review, May 2013

2013 The Inkhorn and the Last (The Etymology of Technological Vocabulary)
by Vanessa Hodgkinson and James Bridle
JAWS Journal, Chelsea College of Art and Design

2012 Seeking a Better Viewpoint to the East, by Jyoti Kalsi
Gulf News, Weekend Review, December 2012

2011 Fucked-Up Re-Appropriation or In Defense of Vanessa Hodgkinson
Sophia Al-Maria, December, 2011


2012-13 MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art & Design

2012 Post-Graduate Diploma, Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art & Design

2000-3 BA History of Art, Emmanuel College, Cambridge