Lot 38 - James Lomax - Signature (HMP Grendon)
Lot 38 - James Lomax - Signature (HMP Grendon)

Lot 38 - James Lomax - Signature (HMP Grendon)

Marker pen on card inside HMP Grendon

2024

A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Art on a Postcard

ARTIST INFO

About 

James Lomax (b. 1991) previously studied at the Ruskin School of Art. He is drawn to objects that act as barriers and containers and uses these to investigate the physical and material language of a place. Highlighting the permanent and ephemeral gestures contained in a landscape he works with found objects, reframing and reconstructing them by altering their context, materiality, and form. Often working repetitively in series his studio practice sits alongside an interest in exhibition making. 

 

Education 

2018-2022 

Postgraduate Diploma, Royal Academy Schools 

2010-2013 

BFA Fine Art, Ruskin School of Art, Oxford 

 

Solo Shows 

2022 

Kobby Adi and James Lomax, Royal Academy Schools Show, London, UK 

It all unravels, Boardroom, London, UK 

Flatten & Collapse, Recent Activity, Birmingham, UK 

2021 

STILL/LIFE, Urbanek Gallery, London, UK 

 

Group Shows 

2022 

Absurd, OHSH Projects, London, UK 

Unprecedented Times, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, UK 

Modern Relics, Fold Gallery, London, UK 

Feng Chen Wang AW22, London Fashion Week, Unit Gallery, London, UK 

Pathways on Paper, South Parade, London, UK 

2021 

On the Other Hand, Canary Wharf Estate curated by Brooke Benington, London, UK 

Relics, APT Gallery, London, UK 

 

Awards 

2020 

E Vincent Harris Award, Royal Academy of Arts 

2019 

Research Residency, Henry Moore Institute 

 

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