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Born on 31st July 1970 in Nairobi, Kenya

Lives and works in Cornwall and London, UK




1989 - 1992 University College London (BA in English Literature)

1988 - 1989 L’ecole Superieure D’Arts Visuels in Geneva (Foundation)

1992 - 1994 The Slade School of Art (MA in Fine Art)

2019 - 2020 Turps Banana Art School (Correspondence Course)

Solo Exhibitions: 

2023 Tales of the City, Tales of the Sea, BWG Gallery, 13 Soho Square, London

2021 The Garden Room, Nine Elms Gallery, ARC prints, London

2017 Nocturnes, July 2017, The Studio, Andrew Place, London

Group Exhibitions and Art Fairs:

2024 Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Camden Art Centre, London

2024 Platform, London Art Fair, Business Design Centre, London

2023 Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Grundy Art Gallery, Liverpool 

2023 Tom of Finland Art and Culture Festival, Standard Hotel, London

2023 Two by Two, Morrell House, London

2023 Studio1.1 Members Show, Studio 1.1, London

2022 Studio1.1 Members Show. Studio1.1, London

2022 British Art Fair, Saatchi Gallery, London (part of the Ingram Collection presentation)

2022 What Remains, Cyprus College of Art, Cyprus

2021 Ingram Prize Finalist Show, Unit 1 Gallery / Workshop, London
2021 Queer as Folklore, Gallery 46, London

2021 Burra and Friends, Rye Art Gallery, Rye

2020 ING Discerning Eye Exhibition (online due to pandemic)

2019 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019, Royal Academy, London

2018 Group Show, M.Goldstein, London

2013 Dazed and Refused, Arch Gallery, London

2012 New Work, joint show with Layla Lyons, Michael Simkins LLP, London

Prizes and Open Calls:

2023 Bloomberg New Contemporaries

2023 Jackson’s Painting Prize - longlisted

2022 ArtMaze Magazine (issue 26) 

2022 Waverton Art Prize - longlisted
2022 Jackson’s Painting Prize - longlisted

2021 Ingram Prize 2021: Winner (Founder’s Choice Award) 
2020 Jackson Painting Prize 2020 - longlisted

Funded Residencies:

2023 Colstoun Artist Residency one month residency, by invitation, board and lodging provided

2022 Cyprus College of Art one month residency, selection through application process, fully funded by Erasmus.

Publications / Press:


The winners of the Ingram Prize 2021 Announced, FAD Magazine, By Mark Westall

The Ingram Prize, Hero Magazine


The artists showing at M. Goldstein’s upcoming group show talk us through their work, Hero Magazine, Introduction by Finn Blythe

The best things to watch, see and do this week in the UK, i-D, Matthew Whitehouse


Portrait of of Michael Kuczynski for Pembroke College, Cambridge University, included in Pembroke Portraits by A.V.Grimstone first published in November 2013.

Images and wordsRichardson Magazine 2 (garden issue)

Images and wordsRichardson Magazine 7 (death issue)

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