Helen Marten is an artist and writer based in London. She has had recent solo exhibitions at Serpentine Sackler Gallery (London); Greene Naftali (New York); Museum Fridericianum (Kassel); Sadie Coles HQ (London); CCS Bard Hessel Museum (New York); Kunsthalle Zürich (Zürich); Palais de Tokyo (Paris); and Chisenhale (London). Marten has forthcoming solo exhibitions at Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam); König Galerie (Berlin) and Castello di Rivoli (Turin). In 2016 she won The Turner Prize and the inaugural Hepworth Prize for Sculpture. She was included in the 55th and 56th Venice Biennales. Her work is collected in three recent monographs, Olive (JRP Ringier), Parrot Problems (Koenig Books) and Drunk Brown House (Koenig Books). She is a regular contributor to Frieze and has written numerous catalogue essays for international exhibitions.
Marten is currently working on her first novel.
(Photo by Juergen Teller)