She climbs the European Sky

April 16 – May 23, 2008

1954 born in Liverpool, England.
Lives and works in Heysham, England.

Solo Shows

2008 She climbs the European Sky, Linn Lühn (Cat.)
2007 Baltic, Gateshead
PS1/Museum of Modern Art, New York
Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London
2006 We Who Are Her Hero, Galerie LH, Paris
Let Me Go Where My Pictures Go, Dependence, Brussels
2004 The Lives of Women Dreaming, Futura Gallery, British Council, Prague
2000 The Return of Linderland, Cornerhouse, Manchester
1999 „What Did You Do in the Punk War, Mummy?" Cleveland Gallery, London
England is Mine, Windows Gallery, British Council, Prague

Group Shows (Selection)

2008 Punk. No One Is Innocent, Kunst – Stil – Revolte, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna
Cohabitation, Galleria Francesca Kaufmann, Milan
The Alliance, doArt, Beijing
2007 Love Me Tender, Works from the Tate Collection, Tate Britain, London
Re-Make/Re-Model, Sorcha Dallas, Glasgow
Neolithic Porns, Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin
The nicest distance between two points is a curve, Linn Lühn, Cologne
What We Do Is Secret, Blancpain Art Contemporain, Geneva, Switzerland
The Secret Public: The last days of the British Underground 1978 - 1988, ICA, London
Sympathy for the Devil: Art and Rock and Roll since 1967, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Panic Attack! Art in the Punk Years, Barbican, London
2006 Deconstruction, Barbara Gladstone, New York
Audio, Cabinet des Estampes, Geneva
Le Sphere Punk, Le Magasin, Grenoble
The Secret Public: The last days of the British Underground 1978 - 1988, Kunstverein Munich
2004 Collage, Bloomberg space, London
2003 Glamour, Windows Gallery, British Council, Prague
Plunder, Dundee Contemporary Arts
2001 DEAD, The Roundhouse, London
1998 Destroy: Punk Graphic Design in Britain, Royal Festival Hall, London

Selected Performances

2007 Le Magasin, Grenoble
2006 The Working Class Goes To Paradise, Tate Triennial, Tate Britain, London
2004 Meltdown, Royal Festival Hall, London
2000 The Working Class Goes To Paradise, Manchester


What Linder Saw, 2008, published by Linn Lühn in co-operation with Walther König, Cologne
LINDER, works 1976 – 2006, published by JRP Ringier with texts by Lynne Tillmann, Andrew Renton, Philip Hoare, Morrissey and Linder, 2006
Saville, Peter, The Experts Pick Their Favorite Collaged Record Covers, TOKION, Vol.2,No.5, Pg.121
Linder bei Linn Lühn, Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger 18.04.2008, S. 21
Corrigan, Susan, Linder Sterling, I-D, The Art and Commerce Issue, december/ january 2007/2008, Pg.136
Kurz mal Kunst: L.Lühn über´Kordes Perfect´ von Linder, Süddeutsche Zeitung, September 7, 2007
Linder/ Borowski, Judith, Kunststück! Was haben Sie sich dabei gedacht, Frau Sterling?, Financial Times Germany, September 15, 2007
Borcherdt, Gesine, Linder, Monopol, Issue No. 9, September 2007
Bonham-Carter, Charlotte, Rebels Without Applause, Tank Magazine, Issue 8, Volume 4, Pg 94-97, 2007
Wood, Catherine, The Working Class Goes to Paradise, Untitled Magazine, Issue 40, Spring 2007, Pg 4-9
Gray, Louise, Review. Devoured, Dissected, Dissed, The Wire Magazine, September 2006
Cooper, Neil, Review. Linder Sterling: The Working Class Goes to Paradise 2000-6, Map Magazine, Issue 6, Summer 06
Monograph Preview, Linder Sterling, Abstract Magazine, Summer 2006, Pg 39-40
Lafuente, Pablo, Review. Linder, The Wire Magazine, June 2006
Kugelberg, Johan, Upsetter, Another Man Magazine, Issue 3, Autumn/Winter 2006 Pg 72
Moore, Marianne, Go Ahead, Punk, Make My Day!, The Independent, 6th, June 2004, Pg 54
Jeffrey, Moira, The Art That’s a Real Steal, The Herald, 7th Nov. 2003
Goddard, Simon, Kudos for Ludus, Record Collector Magazine, July 2002, Pg 79-81
Jones, Peter, Anxious Images, Women: A Cultural Review, Vol. 13, 2002, No. 2, Pg 161-178
Linder, Chapter one ‘My Name Is...’, AOI Journal, April/May 2001, Pg 20-21
Waters, Roger, Go to Work on a Menstrual Egg, Q Magazine, 2001
Hoare, Philip, The Woman Who Didn’t Sell Her Work to Saatchi, The Independent, May 2000
O’Brien, Lucy, The Girl, the Bad and the Ugly, The Guardian, 19th Feb. 2000
Hoare, Philip, Punk’s Iron Maiden, The Guardian, 24th June 1997
Boon, Richard, Unsung, Undersung, The Wire Magazine, Pg 62
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