Tim Noble and Sue Webster

135 Million Years BC


Lithograph, 70 x 100cm

This work is edition number 15 of a total edition of 60


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Tim Noble (born 1966) and Sue Webster (born 1967) met in 1986 while studying Fine Art at Nottingham Trent University and have worked together for over seventeen years. The artists live and work in London.

In 2009, Tim Noble and Sue Webster were awarded Honorary Degrees of Doctor of Art at Nottingham Trent University in recognition of their contribution to contemporary British Art and their radical influence on younger generations of artists. In 2007, Tim Noble and Sue Webster were awarded the ARKEN Prize at Arken, Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen, and the show Polymorphous Perverse (Freud Museum, 2006) was nominated for the South Bank Prize.

Selected solo exhibitions include: Sticks with Dicks and Slits, Blain|Southern, London (2017); The Folly Acres Cook Book Reading and Exhibition, Other Criteria, New York (2015), London (2014); Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Blind Painting, The Suzanne Geiss Company, New York (2014); Portraits from the Bottom Up, Other Criteria, London (2013); Nihilistic Optimistic, Blain|Southern, London (2012); Turning the Seventh Corner, Blain|Southern, Berlin (2011); The Head of Isabella Blow, National Portrait Gallery (solo room), London (2010); 20 Modern Classics, Triumph Gallery, Moscow (2009); Tim Noble & Sue Webster, The Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas (2008); Polymorphous Perverse, Deitch Projects, New York (2008); Electric Fountain, Rockefeller Plaza, New York (2008); Polymorphous Perverse, The Freud Museum, London (2006); CAC, Malaga (2005); Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (2004); Tim Noble & Sue Webster, P.S.1/MoMA, New York (2003); Ghastly Arrangements, Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes (2002); Masters of the Universe, Deste Foundation, Athens (2000); and The New Barbarians, The Chisenhale Gallery, London (1999).

Their work is in the permanent collections of the AISTHI Foundation, Beirut; Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide; Arken Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen; Artis-François Pinault, France; The British Museum, London; Dakis Joannou Collection, Athens; The Goss-Michael Collection, Dallas; Honart Museum, Tehran, Iran; Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; National Portrait Gallery, London; The Olbricht Collection, Berlin; Project Space 176–The Zabludowicz Collection, London; Saatchi Collection, London; Samsung Museum, Seoul, Korea; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.