Lot 285 - Alexander James - Henry
Acrylic on Paper
A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
Alexander James is a British born multimedia artist. His practice spans diverse media, including painting, sculpture, video and installation. Alexander James graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Camberwell College of Arts in London where he studied illustration from 2012 to 2015. He has exhibited his works in London, Berlin, Paris and New York.
2012 - 2015
Camberwell College of Arts, Illustration, London, UK.
Leeds College of Art, Art Foundation Course, Yorkshire, UK.
Recent exhibitions include: Analogous, Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London, 2022 (Duo); Love is the Devil: Studies after Francis Bacon, Marborough Gallery, London, 2022 (Group); Grand Opening, Super Zoom, Paris, 2022 (Group); Before the Night Was Through, Be Advisors, 2022 (Solo); Its Not Just a Portrait, Badr El Jundi Gallery, 2021 (group), Benahavis; A’NICA residency, Milan, 2021; Dancing on Lava In A Moment of Decadence, Roman Road, London, 2020 (solo); Look What The Cat Dragged In, Roman Road, London, 2020 (solo); Elms Painting Rooms, London, 2020 (Group); I Loved Your Gestures, Galerie Joseph, Paris, 2019 (Solo); Sharper Than Razor Blades, Softer Than Leather, The Face Apartment, NY, 2019 (Solo); Winter Show, Harlesden High Street Gallery, London, 2019 (Group); Deccan Traps, Aindrea Contemporary, London, 2019 (Group); Art Without Borders, Zilliard Art, Herrick Gallery, London, 2019 (Group); Inhabiting the Dome, Working Projects, Whiteleys, London, 2019 (Group); Hyperbolised Tropic, Outset Art Foundation, 39 Baker Street, London, 2018 (Group); I, Science, The Blyth Gallery Imperial College, London, 2018 (Group)
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