1997 – 2000. City and Guilds of London School of Art -BA (Hons) Fine Art

2000 – 2002. Royal College of Art- MA Painting

Solo Exhibitions

Same As It Ever Was, Charlie Smith London, June 2015

Dark Matter, Charlie Smith London, September 2010

Isolation Room (Black Economy) Gallery Kit, St Louis, USA, 2010

LikeFliesRoundShit, Hunt Gallery, Webster University, St. Louis USA, 2009

New Dawn – Chapter Gallery, Assembly Solo, Cardiff, 2008

Alex Gene Morrison, New Video Work – Moot, Nottingham, 2008

Adrift – The Fishmarket – Northhampton- 2007

Vile Lure – Rockwell Gallery, London, 2006

Search and Destroy- Rosy Wilde Gallery, London , 2004

Group Exhibitions

Volta Basel Charlie Smith London, 2018

Do Re Mi So La Te Griffin Gallery, London, Curated by Karen David, 2018

Gallery Artists & Collaborators Charlie Smith London, 2018

In Memoriam Truman Breweries, 2017

And if a Double Decker Bus, Kingsgate Project Space, curated by Dan Howard Birt, 2017

Street Semiotics Charlie Smith London, 2017

The Good the Bad and the Ugly, 22 Painters,  Charlie Smith London, 2016, curated by Alex Gene Morrison & Kiera Bennett

Street Semiotics, Charlie Smith London @ The Manchester Contemporary, 2016

Various Species, Greystone Industries, Suffolk, 2016

Turps Summer Show, Turps Gallery, London 2016

Black Paintings, Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt, 2016

Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare part III, Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax, 2016

Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare, Paper Gallery, Manchester, 2015

Black Paintings, Charlie Smith London, London 2015

Black Paintings, Positions Berlin, 2015

Die English Kommen! New Painting From London, Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt, 2015

Birmingham Show, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, 2015

The Opinion Makers, London Newcastle Project Space, London 2014

The Future Can Wait with Saatchi New Sensations, London 2014

Cultus Deorum , The Saatchi Gallery, London, 2014

London Abstract Braubach Five Gallery, Frankfurt, 2014

Art Britannia Art Basel Miami 2013

The Future Can Wait with Saatchi New Sensations, London 2013

Summer Saloon Show, Lion and Lamb Gallery, London 2013

Beautiful Things, Albert Dock, Liverpool, 2013

The Future Can Wait with Saatchi New Sensations, London 2012

Polemically Small, Orleans House Gallery, London, 2012

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, invited artist, RA, London, 2012

Ha Ha what does this represent, Standpoint Gallery, London 2012

The Perfect Nude, wimbledon art college gallery, London, 2012

The Future Can Wait with Saatchi New Senastions, Victoria House, Bloomsbury, London, 2011

Video in Britain Today, Bermondsey Project Space. London 2011

Pulp Fictions, Transition Gallery, London, 2011

Polemically Small, KCCC Exhibition Hall, Lithuania 2011

Polemically Small, Torrance Art Museum, USA 2011

The Man Who Fell To Earth, Monika Bobinska @ Jens Hills, London 2011

Fade Away at Gallery North, Northumbria University 2011

The Beard, Curated by Alex Gene Morrison & Kiera Bennett, Charlie Smith London 2011

Fade Away, Transition Gallery, London 2010

The Future Can Wait, Ellis Rumley Projects, Shoreditch Town Hall, London 2010

Polemically Small, curated by Edward Lucie Smith, Charlie Smith London 2010

The Term ‘Reality’ , Paul Stolper Gallery, London, 2010

Papyrophilia, Charlie Smith London, 2010

New British Painting, Gallery Kalhama & Piippo Contemporary, Helsinki, 2010

Demonology, Charlie Smith London, 2010

The Future Can Wait, Ellis/Rumley Projects, London 2009

Sliding Down A Radiant Abyss, Crimes Town Gallery, London, 2009

New London School, Gallerie Schuster, Berlin, 2009

The Future Can Wait , Ellis/RumleyProjects, London 2008

John Moores Contempoaray Painting Prize 25, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 2008

The Past Is History, Changing Role Gallery, Naples and Rome, Itlay, 2008

6. Fun House (7:46), Will Turner & Alex Gene Morrison Way East Gallery,London, 2008

Icon, Primo Alonso Gallery, London, 2008

Nativity, 39, London, 2007

Spectre Vs Rectre. The Residence, London, 2007

Loners Island , G39 – Cardiff 2007

The Future Can Wait , Ellis/RumleyProjects, London 2007

Gire and Gimble , Blyth Gallery, Imperial college, London 2007

Hung Drawn Quasi Stellar Object, Portman Gallery, London, 2007

Nature and Society, Dubrovacki Muzeji (Dubrovnik Museums)Croatia 2007

My Penguin, 39, London, 2007

Visions at the Nunnery, The Nunnery, London, May 2007

Artists Choice , Leisure Club Mogadishni, Copenhagen, Dec 2006

10th Planet , Bermondsey , London, June 2006

Metropolis Rise, New Art from London, Shanghai and Beijing, May 2006

Fuckin Brilliant, Tokyo Wondersite, Japan, Tokyo, December 2005

Hydrophobia, Zinger Presents, Netherlands,  December 2005

New London Kicks, Wooster Projects, New York, October 2005

Heaven and Earth, Hackney Empire, London, July 2005

Faux Realism, Royal Academy Pump House Gallery, London, March 2005

New London Kicks, Soho House New York, The Armory Show 2005, with Art Review

The Darkest Hour,Leisure Club Mogadishni,Copenhagen,January 2005

If You Go Down To The Woods Today, Rockwell, London, November 2004

Uneven Surfaces, TemporaryContemporary, London, November 2004

zombie, gallery Ude, Dusseldorf, November 2004

zoo art fair, Rockwell gallery stand, October 2004

Other People, Three Colts Gallery, London, September 2004

First Assembly, The Ragged School, London, 2004

Sympathetic Nerve, Capsule Gallery, New York, 2004

Born Cry Eat Shit Fuck Die, Rockwell Gallery,2004

Snow, Transition Gallery, London, 2003

Portrait of the Artist as Exquisite Corpse, 39, London, 2003

Tiny New Nation,  Bowie Art, Spital Square, London, 2003

Moral Combat, St Leonards Church, Shoreditch, London, 2003

Rockwell.  Rockwell, London – 2003

The Protective Clothing Company.  Knox Gallery, London – 2003

Full House, FNR Projects, London – 2002

Modern Love, Hobbypop Museum, Dusseldorf – 2001

Modern Love, VTO Gallery, London – 2001


New Objective Magazine, artist interview and feature, 2015

Elephant Magazine, artist interview and feature, 2014

Ha Ha! What Does This Represent? Abstract Critical publications, supported by Standpoint Gallery and Cass Art, 2012

About Painting, Transition gallery publications, 2011

Saatchi Online, London Highlights, Solo show ‘Dark Matter’ September 2010

Guardian Artist of the Week, 29th July 2009, Jessica Lack

John Moores 25 Catalogue, Walker Art Gallery , 2008

Amelia’s Magazine Issue 9, Arts and Culture Biannual, Words by Paul Pieroni, Artist Feature,  2008

Metro Newspaper, Q&A Interview for Chapter Gallery Solo Show, July 2008

Guardian Guide Preview, Loners Island, Sat 15th December 2007, Jessica Lack

Nature and Society, Catalogue, Text by Richard Dyer,

Dubrovacki Muzeji (Dubrovnik Museums)Croatia 2007

Fash N Riot, issue four, 2007

TimeOut London – Review – ‘Vile Lure’ Solo Show – Nov 15th 2006 –

Sally O’Reilly

Guardian Guide Preview – ‘Vile Lure’ Solo Show – Sat Nov 4th 2006 –

Jessica Lack

Metropolis Rise: New Art from London – Catalogue, 198pp, 132 colour,

68 b/w, 27 x 20cm, hardback, ed 1000, ISBN NR,1-873352-44-1

Modern Painters, october 05, article on east end spaces included Rockwell.

Heaven and Earth, catalogue for show, July 2005, Earwig Books

Guardian Guide Preview & Pick Of The Week, Jessica Lack, Faux Realism,

March 2005

Fash N Riot, issue three, 2005

ArtForum, Dec 2004. feature on London art scene included Rockwell

Time Out, September 04, Other People, image and text

Ape Institute Annual Review, Rockwell, Aug 2004.

Miser and Now Magazine, Feature, Keith Talent Gallery, London, March 2004

Guardian pick of the week, SEARCH AND DESTROY, Mon 23rd Feb. Jessica Lack

Time Out, December 03, Snow, Image and text.

Fash N Riot, issue two, 2003

Art Review, July/August 2003, feature, Friends in High Places


Founder Member and co- curator, Rockwell Gallery and Studios, London, 2002 – 2007

Lecturer, Fine Art BA & MA at City and Guilds of London Art School, Kennington. 2002 – present

Born- Birmingham 1975

Lives and Works in London