© 2018 Saskia Takens-Milne
2006 Chelsea College of Art, London. PG Dip Fine Art.
2000 Glasgow School of Art, Scotland. BA(Hons) Fine Art – Photography.
2006 Catherine, Miniature Mobile Gallery, London. (A portable gallery exhibiting art to passengers on the London Underground. Conceived and
curated by Soheila Sokhanvari)
2005 Absent, Stairwell Gallery, Angel, London.
2004 Absent, Kingsgate Gallery, West Hampstead, London.
Supported by Grants for the Arts (The Arts Council England) and London Borough of Camden.
2003 Blue Elephant Theatre, Southwark, London.
Supported by Grants for the Arts (The Arts Council England)
Start Gallery, Fulham, London.
2001 Retreat from Bouguereau, Quaker Gallery, Soho, London.
Sponsored by Gordon’s Gin
2000 ‘I Want a Twenty-Four-Hour Truce During Which There Is No Rape’, Quaker Gallery, Soho, London.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS/SCREENINGS
2018 Whitechapel Open - Digital Exhibit
Whitechapel Gallery, Whitechapel, London
2010 Fundada Artists’ Film Festival (FAFF), Square Chapel, Halifax, UK.
Brixton’s Smallest Cinema, Art in a Van, Brixton, London.
2009 Antimatter Film Festival, Victoria, BC, Canada. www.agit-prop.com
Vision in the Nunnery, The Nunnery, Bow, London.
I To The Telescope, Deleadus, Clerkenwell, London.
2008 First London International Creative Competition (LICC).
2006 Growbag, The Art Pavilion, Mile End, London.
I’ll Show You Mine, Cheslea College of Art and Design, London.
2005 The Figure and the Face, Orleans House Gallery, Richmond.
2004 Art, Age and Gender (on tour) Usher Gallery, Lincoln, The Corn Exchange and New Greenham Gallery, Newbury.
2003 fEAST, Field Gallery, Brick Lane, London. Organised by Inside Arts.
2002 Art, Age and Gender, Orleans House Gallery, Richmond.
Bread and Roses, London Road Gallery, Northwich.
1999 Kilter, Disused Factory, Glasgow.
1998 Newberry Gallery, Glasgow.
AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES
2017 Art Angel Everywhere. Long-listed Artist.
2009 Artist in Residence. Artspace, Galway, Ireland.
2004 Beck's Futures Nominee.
Artist in Residence, Greenbanks Elderly Care Facility.
2003 Jerwood Platform. Nominee.
2000 Jock McPhee prize for excellence in photography, Glasgow.