Education
2000 – 2002. Royal College of Art- MA Painting
1997 – 2000. City and Guilds of London School of Art -BA (Hons) Fine Art

Solo Exhibitions
2015
Same As It Ever Was, Charlie Smith London, June
2010
Dark Matter, Charlie Smith London, September
Isolation Room (Black Economy) Gallery Kit, St Louis, USA
2009
LikeFliesRoundShit, Hunt Gallery, Webster University, St. Louis USA
2008
New Dawn – Chapter Gallery, Assembly Solo, Cardiff
Alex Gene Morrison, New Video Work – Moot, Nottingham
2007
Adrift – The Fishmarket – Northhampton
2006
Vile Lure – Rockwell Gallery, London
2004
Search and Destroy- Rosy Wilde Gallery, London

Group Exhibitions
2016
Various Species, Greystone Industries, Suffolk
Turps Summer Show, Turps Gallery, London
Black Paintings, Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt
Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare part III, Dean Clough Galleries, Halifax
2015

Semiotic Guerrilla Warfare, Paper Gallery, Manchester
Black Paintings, Charlie Smith London, London
Black Paintings, Positions Berlin
Die English Kommen! New Painting From London, Galerie Heike Strelow, Frankfurt,
Birmingham Show, Eastside Projects, Birmingham
2014

The Opinion Makers, London Newcastle Project Space, London
The Future Can Wait with Saatchi New Sensations, London
Cultus Deorum , The Saatchi Gallery, London
London Abstract Braubach Five Gallery, Frankfurt
2013

Art Britannia Art Basel Miami
The Future Can Wait with Saatchi New Sensations, London
Summer Saloon Show, Lion and Lamb Gallery, London
Beautiful Things, Albert Dock, Liverpool
2012

The Future Can Wait with Saatchi New Sensations, London
Polemically Small, Orleans House Gallery, London
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, invited artist, RA, London
Ha Ha what does this represent, Standpoint Gallery, London
The Perfect Nude, wimbledon art college gallery, London
2011

The Future Can Wait with Saatchi New Senastions, Victoria House, Bloomsbury, London
Video in Britain Today, Bermondsey Project Space. London
Pulp Fictions, Transition Gallery, London
Polemically Small, KCCC Exhibition Hall, Lithuania
Polemically Small, Torrance Art Museum, USA
The Man Who Fell To Earth, Monika Bobinska @ Jens Hills, London
Fade Away at Gallery North, Northumbria University
The Beard, Curated by Alex Gene Morrison & Kiera Bennett, Charlie Smith London
2010

Fade Away, Transition Gallery, London
The Future Can Wait, Ellis Rumley Projects, Shoreditch Town Hall, London
Polemically Small, curated by Edward Lucie Smith, Charlie Smith London
The Term ‘Reality’ , Paul Stolper Gallery, London, 2010Papyrophilia, Charlie Smith London
New British Painting, Gallery Kalhama & Piippo Contemporary, Helsinki
Demonology, Charlie Smith London
2009

The Future Can Wait, Ellis/Rumley Projects, London
Sliding Down A Radiant Abyss, Crimes Town Gallery, London
New London School, Gallerie Schuster, Berlin
2008

The Future Can Wait , Ellis/RumleyProjects, London
John Moores Contempoaray Painting Prize 25, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
The Past Is History, Changing Role Gallery, Naples and Rome, Itlay
6. Fun House (7:46), Will Turner & Alex Gene Morrison Way East Gallery,London
Icon, Primo Alonso Gallery, London
2007

Nativity, 39, London
Spectre Vs Rectre. The Residence, London
Loners Island , G39 – Cardiff
The Future Can Wait , Ellis/RumleyProjects, London
Gire and Gimble , Blyth Gallery, Imperial college, London
Hung Drawn Quasi Stellar Object, Portman Gallery, London
Nature and Society, Dubrovacki Muzeji (Dubrovnik Museums)Croatia
My Penguin, 39, London
Visions at the Nunnery, The Nunnery, London
2006
Artists Choice , Leisure Club Mogadishni, Copenhagen
10th Planet , Bermondsey , London, June
Metropolis Rise, New Art from London, Shanghai and Beijing, May
2005

Fuckin Brilliant, Tokyo Wondersite, Japan, Tokyo
Hydrophobia, Zinger Presents, Netherlands
New London Kicks, Wooster Projects, New York
Heaven and Earth, Hackney Empire, London
Faux Realism, Royal Academy Pump House Gallery, London
New London Kicks, Soho House New York, The Armory Show 2005, with Art Review
The Darkest Hour,Leisure Club Mogadishni,Copenhagen
2004

If You Go Down To The Woods Today, Rockwell, London
Uneven Surfaces, TemporaryContemporary, London
zombie, gallery Ude, Dusseldorf
zoo art fair, Rockwell gallery stand
Other People, Three Colts Gallery, London
First Assembly, The Ragged School, London
Sympathetic Nerve, Capsule Gallery, New York
Born Cry Eat Shit Fuck Die, Rockwell Gallery
2003

Snow, Transition Gallery, London
Portrait of the Artist as Exquisite Corpse, 39, London
Tiny New Nation,  Bowie Art, Spital Square, London
Moral Combat, St Leonards Church, Shoreditch, London
Rockwell.  Rockwell, London
The Protective Clothing Company.  Knox Gallery, London
2002
Full House, FNR Projects, London
2001
Modern Love, Hobbypop Museum, Dusseldorf
Modern Love, VTO Gallery, London

Publications
2015
New Objective Magazine, artist interview and feature
2014

Elephant Magazine, artist interview and feature
2012
Ha Ha! What Does This Represent? Abstract Critical publications, supported by Standpoint Gallery and Cass Art
2011
About Painting, Transition gallery publications
2010
Saatchi Online, London Highlights, Solo show ‘Dark Matter’
2009
Guardian Artist of the Week, 29th July 2009, Jessica Lack
2008
John Moores 25 Catalogue, Walker Art Gallery
Amelia’s Magazine Issue 9, Arts and Culture Biannual, Words by Paul Pieroni, Artist Feature,
Metro Newspaper, Q&A Interview for Chapter Gallery Solo Show
2007
Guardian Guide Preview, Loners Island, Sat 15th December 2007, Jessica Lack
Nature and Society, Catalogue, Text by Richard Dyer,
Dubrovacki Muzeji (Dubrovnik Museums)Croatia
Fash N Riot, issue four
2006
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
2005
Guardian Guide Preview & Pick Of The Week
, Jessica Lack, Faux Realism,
Fash N Riot, issue three
2004
ArtForum, Dec 2004. feature on London art scene included Rockwell
Time Out, September 04, Other People, image and text
Ape Institute Annual Review, Rockwell
Miser and Now Magazine, Feature, Keith Talent Gallery, London
Guardian pick of the week, SEARCH AND DESTROY, Mon 23rd Feb. Jessica Lack
2003
Time Out, December 03, Snow, Image and text.
Fash N Riot, issue two
Art Review, July/August 2003, feature, Friends in High Places

Other
2002 – present
Lecturer, Fine Art BA & MA at City and Guilds of London Art School, Kennington
2002 – 2007
Founder Member and co- curator, Rockwell Gallery and Studios, London