CV

b. Luton            lives and works in London

Education        

1986 - 1989       BA (Hons) degree Maidstone College of Art, Kent Institute

1985 - 1986       Foundation Course in Art & Design, Cambridge College of Arts & Technology

 

Exhibitions

2016 - Obsolete Desire, Chrisp Street Pop Up Gallery, London

2016 - Things, solo exhibition - Coffee is My Cup of Tea Space, London

2016 - Marmite Painting Prize, 336 Gallery, London & Highlanes Gallery. Ireland

2016 - White Conduit Projects at London Art Fair, Islington

 

2015 - Hundreds and Thousands, Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes Gallery, London

2015 - A5, Lubomirov-Easton at Art Athina, Athens

2015 - Flowers of Romance, White Conduit Projects, London

 

2014 - A5, Lubomirov-Easton at Art Athina, Athens

2014 - Macaroon, Open Draw at Artists’ Open House, Peckham, London

2014 - The Distance Between, Zeitgeist Art Projects, London

 

2013 - First Come First Served - Lion & Lamb Gallery, London

2013 - Zeitgeist Open, Deptford X, London

2013 - MK Calling, Milton Keynes Gallery

 

2012 - New Foragers, Collyer Bristow Gallery, London

2012 - Read Between the Lines, Open Draw at ITV, London

 

2011 - Crash Open, Charlie Dutton Gallery, London

2011 - Scotoma, ALISN at Sluice Art Fair, London

2011 - Souvenirs, Fieldgate at Angus-Hughes Gallery, London

2011 - Creekside Open, Selected by Phyllida Barlow, APT Gallery,London

 

2010 - Artsway Open, Sway, Hampshire

2010 - Crash Open, Charlie Dutton Gallery, London

2010 - Melt Art Fair, Mile End Art Pavilion, London

 

2009 - Contemporary Art Projects, The London Art Fair, Islington

 

2008 - Unnatural Histories, Nunnery Gallery, London

2008 - Life is Only Half the Story, Christchurch Spitalfields

2008 - Start Your Collection, Contemporary Art Projects, London

 

2007 - Art Futures, Contemporary Art Society, Bloomberg Space, London

 

2006 - Florfina, Seven Seven Gallery, London

2006 - One Love, The Lowry, Salford

2006 - Summer Exhibition, Foster Art, London

2006 - No-Ship, Seven Seven Gallery, London

2006 - The Stars Down to Earth, Nunnery Gallery, London

 

2005 - The Vernacular, Standpoint Gallery, London

2005 - Black Bile, Three Colts Gallery, London

 

2004 - Through the City, Nunnery Gallery, London

2004 - Scope Art Fair London – Paul Kopeikin Gallery

2004 - Sprung, Seven Seven Gallery, London

2004 - Ancoats Hospital Outpatients Hall, Nunnery Gallery, London

2004 - One Day, Gallery Corridor, Reykjavik

2004 - Two Person Show with Robin Dixon, James Colman Gallery, London

 

2003 - The Agreement, Kontainer Gallery, Los Angeles

2003 - Miniature, Kyubidou Gallery, Tokyo   

    

2002 - Miniature, Raid Projects, Los Angeles

2002 - Closer, Standpoint Gallery, London

2002 - Island, A Giant Project, Seven Seven Gallery, London

 

2001 - Glory Hole, Alternative Space, Whitechapel, London

 

Bibliography

2006 - Turps Banana Painting Magazine, Review of The Vernacular

 

Publications

2016 - Marmite Painting Prize Catalogue                 

2013 - MK Calling Catalogue

2010 - Fringe MK Painting Prize Catalogue

2008 - Unnatural Histories Exhibition Catalogue

2006 - The Stars Down to Earth Exhibition Catalogue