Royal College of Art, London, MA Sculpture
Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford, BFA Fine Art

Solo Exhibitions

Collected Works, Modern Forms, London
Mr Majidi and the Electricity Box, VO Curations, London
Portraits of my Father as a Horseshoe Bat, Galerie Valerie Bach, Brussels
Splendor Solis, Eden Rock Gallery, St Barth  *catalogue
Song of the Roustabouts, Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam
New Skin for an Old Ceremony, Paradise Row, London
Black Sun, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin
Masquerade, Malta Contemporary Art, Valletta
Elephant Totem Song, Paradise Row, London
Hartrot, Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam
Black Palm, Galerie Nuke, Paris
Lilith, Paradise Row, London

Group Exhibitions

ARVORE!, Praca Aldopho Bloch, Sao Paolo
Futurs Antérieurs, Maison Guerlain, Paris
Inner Life, Studio BWA, Wroclaw
Warmingland, Hotel de Ville, Paris
She Sees the Shadows , Oriel Mostyn, Wales
Islands, Annely Juda Fine Art, London
Magic and Method, Frestonian Gallery, London
La Saga, Double V Gallery, Marseilles
Iconoclasts: Art out of the Mainstream, Saatchi Gallery, London
Summer in the City, La Patinoire Royale, Brussels
Sparkling like the Surface of the Ocean at Night, Garage, Rotterdam
Force of Nature II, Art Pavilion, London
Theatre de l’absurde, Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam
Force of Nature, Galerie Valerie Bach, Brussels
Finding Form, Art First, London
Evolution, Asia House, London
Moon, Art First, London
Feito por Brasilieros, Cidade Matarazzo, Sao Paolo
Brand New Second Hand, Vigo Gallery, London
Network Clay, Landgoed Anningahof, Zwolle, NL
Stand and See, UAL Wimbledon, London
Island, Dairy Art Centre, London
Specimens, Domaine de Chamarande, Paris
Intersections: Science in Contemporary Art, Weizmann Institute, Tel Aviv
London Twelve, City of Prague Gallery, Prague
Bouvard and Peuchet’s Compendious Quest for Beauty, David Roberts Art Foundation, London
THE STATE: The Coming Insurrection, Traffic, Dubai
Con Amore, ARoS Museum, Denmark
Freies Material, Weltraum, Munich
Natalia Stachon and Douglas White, NEXT Visit, Berlin
Duel…Man kann auch Flohe und Lause haben, Christinger De Mayo, Zurich
AIR 6, Oude Kerk, Amsterdam
New Symphony, Simon Oldfield Gallery, London
REHAB, Espace Electra, Fondation EDF, Paris
Drawn from Life, Green Cardamom, London
Natural Wonders, New Art from London, Baibakov Art Projects, Moscow
Il Faut Etre Absolument Moderne, Paradise Row, Istanbul
Nathaniel Rackowe and Douglas White, The Russian Club, London
Flight of the Dodo, Project Arts Centre, Dublin
Gothic, Fieldgate Gallery, London
Unholy Truths, Initial Access, Wolverhampton
Anticipation, One.One.One. London
Forbidden Spectacle, Museum of Fine Arts, Malta
Welcome to Paradise, Nuke Gallery, Paris
Cannibal Ferox, Paradise Row, London
New Contemporaries 2006, The Coach Shed, Liverpool and Tour
Peculiar Encounters, EC Arts Space, London
Jerwood Drawing Prize 2005, Jerwood Space, London and Tour
Jerwood Sculpture Prize 2005, Jerwood Space, London and Tour
Man Drawing Prize 2005, Royal College of Art, London
Art School, Bloomberg Space, London
New Contemporaries 2004, The Curve Gallery, Barbican, London

Residencies / Awards / Commissions

AA2A Residency, Camberwell College of Art, London
Vent de Forets, Residency and site-specific installation, France
Art Saint Barth, Production residency and solo exhibition, St Barth
EKWC, Production residency, NL
NEXT Visit, Residency and exhibition, Berlin, Germany
AIR Residency, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Napoleon Garden Commission, Holland Park, London, UK
Malta Contemporary Art, Residency and solo exhibition, Malta
Poustinia Land Art Park Residency, Belize
Paul Hamlyn Award (Shortlist)
Commission for Cass Sculpture Foundation, UK
Winner Man Group Drawing Prize
Jerwood Drawing Prize (Shortlist)
Deutsche Bank Pyramid Award
Man Group Drawing Prize
Jerwood Sculpture Prize (Shortlist)

Selected Bibiography

  • Caroline Mangez “Soigne l’Art Brasilien”, Paris Match, 18/09/14
  • Antonio G Filho “Hospital das Artes”, O Estado de Sao Paolo, 03/09/14
  • Robin Blake “Island, Dairy Art Centre- review”, Financial Times, 21/09/13
  • Kees Keijer “Herinneringen aan een Dode Olifant” Het Parool, 15/02/13
  • Eric Bryant “Elephant In The Room” Modern Painters, 21/09/11
  • John Gayer “Review: Black Sun, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery” Sculpture Magazine, 01/07/11
  • Emmanuelle Lequeux “REHAB: Les plastciens poetisent le plastic” Beaux Arts Magazine, 20/02/11
  • Philippe Piguet “Vive le Récup” L’Oeil, 15/04/10
  • “Les Francais Tiennent Salon a Bruxelles” Le Figaro, 24/04/10
  • Monika Bielskyte “Douglas White: Re-enchantment” Someslashthings, 12/04/10
  • Aidan Dunne “Black Sun- Review” Irish Times, 10/09/10
  • Olivia Cole “Smart Art” Evening Standard, 17/07/09
  • Aidan Dunne “Ingeniously Recycling Our World as a Failed Utopia” The Irish Times, 06/08/08
  • Kees Keijer “Manen Van Gestolde Was” Het Parool, 12/06/08
  • Andrew Graham-Dixon “Wide Open Spaces” The Sunday Telegraph, 02/09/07
  • Terry Grimley “Global Gathering of the Bizarre” The Birmingham Post, 11/09/07
  • Bronwyn Cosgrave “Want New Sensations? Here’s 25” The Independent, 16/05/07
  • Mary Wakely “Inspiration to Young Artists” The Spectator, 05/07
  • “The Saatchi Show” Evening Standard, 04/07
  • Sarah Douglas “Lilith- Preview” Total:Spec, 03/07
  • Dany Louise “Review: New Contemporaries” Art Monthly, 11/06
  • Phil Hewitt “Foundation Year” The Observer Magazine,10/08/06
  • James Westcott “Liverpool Bienniele: Sinking Towards Wishy Mountain” Art Review, 19/9/06
  • Sarah Douglas “Review: New Contemporaries” Total:Spec, 10/06
  • “Cannibal Ferox” Time Out, 4/11/06
  • “New Sculpture at Goodwood” The Observer, 10/08/06
  • Nick Hackworth “Strange Fruit” Dazed and Confused, 06/06
  • “Brit Young Things” Evening Standard, 21/04/06
  • “Next Years’s Next Big Things” Evening Standard, 30/12/05
  • Nick Hackworth “Show and Tell” Dazed and Confused, 09/05
  • Charlotte Edwards “Top 25 Graduates” Art Review, 01/07/05
  • Michael Glover “Return of the Space Invaders” The Times, 15/06/05
  • “It’s all about context for the Jerwood Sculpture Prize” The Times, 9/04/05
  • “Sculptors with big ideas get chance to fulfil their dreams” The Independent, 6/04/05