Biography

Justin Mortimer

Born 1970, London

Lives and works in London

 

 

Education

1988-92

Slade School of Art, London

 

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2015

Kult, Parafin, London

Djanolgy Art Gallery, Nottingham Lakeside Arts, University of Nottingham

Sevastopol, Future Perfect, Singapore

2012

Resort, Haunch of Venison, London

2011

Häftling, Mihai Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles

2010

In Your Own Village, Master Piper, London

2009

National Geographic, Five Hundred Dollars, London

2008

Justin Mortimer, Hewer Street, London

2007

Punk Loves Cupcake, Pippy Houldsworth, London

2006

Galerie Bertin-Toublanc, Paris

 

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2015

The Nude in The XX & XXI Century, S/2, London

Blow Up: Painting, Photography and Reality, Parafin, London

2014

This Side of Paradise, Sotheby's S|2, London

2012

The Observer, Haunch of Venison, London

Nightfall, MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts, Debrecen, Hungary

2011

Some Domestic Incidents, MAC Birmingham

Some Domestic Incidents, Prague Biennale 5, Czech Republic

2010

Bad Industry, Mihai Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles

2010

Cutters 2010, Pool Gallery, Berlin

Cut: Collage Contemporain, Galerie Van Der Stegen, Paris

Cutters: An Exhibition of International Collage, Cinders Gallery, New York

2008

We Don’t Need Nobody Else, Eigse Carlow Arts Festival, Ireland

2007

Isobar, Fieldgate Gallery, London

2005

Painting Unperfect, Pippy Houldsworth, London

2004

EAST International 2004, Norwich Gallery

 

 

Awards

2004

EAST award, EAST International

1997

Hunting Art Prize, Young Artist of the Year

1996

NatWest Art Prize

1991

BP Portrait Award First Prize, National Portrait Gallery

 

 

Public collections

National Portrait Gallery, London

National Portrait Gallery, Ottawa, Canada

Flash Art Museum of Contemporary Art,

Trevi, Italy

Royal Collection, London

Royal Society for the Arts, London

Bank of America

Nat West Bank

Standard Charter Bank, London

Football Association, London

MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club at Lords Cricket Ground, London)

Royal Mail, London

River and Rowing Museum, Henley, UK

 

 

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