Born in 1972
Works and lives in London, UK


1991-94 B.F.A.(Hons), Central St. Martin’s School of Art, London, UK

Selected Solo Exhibitions

“Toby Ziegler,” PKM Gallery, Seoul, Korea
"Faux Amis,” Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK

“Unused Potential,” Galerie Max Hetzler, Paris, France
"Expanded Narcissistic Envelope,” Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, UK
“Toby Ziegler,” NewArtCentre- Roche Court Sculpture Park and Gallery, Salisbury, UK
“Toby Ziegler,” Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong

“Borderline Something,” Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany

“The Cripples,” off-site exhibition at a car park (Q-Park, 3-9 Old Burlington Street), London, UK
“Toby Ziegler,” Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK

“The Alienation of Objects,” Project 176, Zabludowicz Collection, London, UK (exh. cat); travelled to New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK, 2011; Zabludowicz Collection, Sarisalvo, Finland, 2012; Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma, Helskinki, Finland, 2012

“Toby Ziegler,” Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany

“The Liberals,” Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK
“Danish Pastry/Rose of Mohammed,” Parkhaus im Malkastenpark, Düsseldorf, Germany
“The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse,” Patrick Painter Inc., Los Angeles, US (exh. cat)

“Toby Ziegler,” Longside Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, UK

“Toby Ziegler,” Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK

“Enter Desire,” Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK

Selected Group Exhibitions

"Faux Amis," Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK

“Conflict and Collisions: New Contemporary Sculpture,” The Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefield, UK
“Painting about Painting,” Simmons & Simmons, London, UK
“Love Story- The Anne and Wolfgang Titze Collection,” Winter Palace and 21er Haus, Belvedere Museum, Vienna, Austria
“Halftone: Through the Grid,” Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany; Paris, France
“Walk the Line,” Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong
“Private Utopia: Contemporary Works from the British Council Collection,” Tokyo Station Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (exh. cat.); travelled to Itami City Museum of Art, Itami, Japan; Kochi Museum of Art, Kochi, Japan; and Okayama Museum of Art, Okayama, Japan, 2015

“Remember Everything: 40 Years,” Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Germany
“STILL/life: Ecologies of Perception,” Tyntesfield and Leigh Woods, Bristol, UK
“The Red Queen,” Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Australia

“Curious Visitors: The Arts Council Collection,” Aston Hall, Birmingham, UK
“Gold,” curated by Thomas Zaunschirm, Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna, Austria
“Sidetracks: Painting in the paramodern continuum,” Stavanger Kunstmuseum MUST, Stavanger, Norway (exh. cat)

“Self-Similar/seen somewhere else at the same time,” by George Unsworth, Galerie de Expeditie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

“Newspeak: British Art Now, Part II,” The Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
“Another Face: Works from the Arts Council Collection,” Rubell Family Collection, Miami, Florida, USA
“Screenings,”curated by Robin Footitt, 203-205 Brompton Road, London, UK
“The Future Demands Your Participation: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection,” Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, China
“A Group Painting Show,” Patrick Painter Inc., Santa Monica, CA, USA

“Newspeak: British Art Now,” curated by Dimitri Ozerkov, The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia
“The White Show,” curated by Caroline Douglas, PM Gallery and House, London, UK
“Reframing,” curated by Barry Schwabsky, CCA Andratx, Mallorca, Spain
“Cui Prodest?,” curated by Francseco Stocchi, New Galerie de France, Paris, France (exh. cat)
“Natural Wonders: New Art from London,” curated by Nick Hackworth, Baibakov Art Projects, Moscow, Russia
“Accrochage,” Galerie Max Hetlzer, Berlin, Germany

“RU(technhe) TH(episteme)8?,” Hats Plus, London, UK
“Parkhaus,” curated by Karl Heinz Rummeny and Jost Wischnewski, Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany
“Thuring and Ziegler,” 10 Vyner Street, London, UK
“Nature is a Workshop: selected from the Arts Council Collection,” Turner Contemporary Project Space, Margate, UK
“35% Vrai 60% Faux,” Simon Lee Gallery, London, UK
“Grotto,” Museum 52, London, UK

“Hamster Wheel,” organised by Franz West, Arsenale di Venezia, Venice, Italy; travelled to Festival Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse, France; and Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden, 2008
“Size Matters: XXL -- Recent Large-Scale Paintings,” Hudson Valley Centre for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY, USA
“Soufflé,” curated by Franz West, Kunstraum Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria (exh. cat)
“How to Improve the World,” Gas Hall, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, UK
“Recent Abstraction,” British Art Display 1500–2007, Tate Britain, London, UK

“Out of Place,” The New Art Gallery, Walsall, UK
“Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere,” curated by Barry Schwabsky, Asbæk, Copenhagen, Denmark
“Archipenture: Painters Build Architecture,” Le Plateau - FRAC d’Ile de France, Paris, France; travelled to Camden Arts Centre, London, UK.

“The Future Lasts a Long Time,” Le Consortium, Dijon, France
“Ordering the Ordinary,” curated by David Thorp, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London, UK
“Supernova,” Bunkier SztU.Ki Gallery of Contemporary Art Poland, Krakow, Poland (exh. cat); travelled to Kunstihoone, Tallinn, Estonia; Contemporary Art, Vilnius, Lithuania; City Art Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic, 2006; Jan Koniarek Gallery, Trnava, Slovakia, 2006; Gliptoteka, Zagreb, Croatia, 2006; Multimedia Centre, Split, Croatia, 2007; Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, Nicosia, Cyrus, 2007; Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, Wales, 2009

“Kingdom,” The Market, Glasgow, UK
“Contrapop,” Vamiali's, Athens, Greece (exh. cat)
“Expander,” Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK (exh. cat)
“John Moores 23,” The Walker, Liverpool, UK
“The Future Lasts a Long Time,” Tal Esther Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israel
“Collection 1,” curated by Stephen Hepworth, Isabella Brancolini Arte Contemporanea, Florence, Italy

“Art Kiasma 2003,” Moscow, Russia
“EAST International,” curated by Toby Webster and Eva Rothschild, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK (exh. cat.)
“Civilia,” Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool, UK
“Creek,” Cell Project Space, London, UK

“Toby Ziegler, Christopher Landoni & Oliver Michaels,” King of Norway’s House, London, UK
“Hypnotising Chickens,” curated by Cedar Lewisohn, One in the Other, London, UK

“Sages, Scientists and Madmen,” One in the Other, London, UK