Gary Colclough 

b. 1977, Exeter, UK

lives and works in London

Colclough studied at The Chelsea College of Art & Design 1996-1999 and Central Saint Martins 2008-2009 where he also currently teaches. Recent solo exhibitions include: Still Light, The Eye Sees, Arles, France (2019); The Place We’re In, Glass Cloud, London; On Ground, Gallery 333, Phoenix Art Centre, Exeter (2018); Neither From Nor Towards, Art Seen, Nicosia (2017); Choreography of Fragments, La Galerie Particuliére, Paris (2017); Material Symmetry, William Benington Gallery, London (2015); Other Worldly, dalla Rosa Gallery, London, (2014).

Selected group exhibitions include: Just a Bowl of Cherries, Experimental Center for the Arts,Thessaloniki, Greece (2019); The London Open, Whitechapel Gallery, London; New Relics, Thames-Side Gallery, London; Painting Notes, Art Seen, Nicosia, Cyprus; LAND SCAPE, Lone Wolf Projects, Exchange, Berlin (2018); Various Species, Greystone Industries, Suffolk (2016); Abt Forms, Art Seen, Cyprus (2016); Contemporary Drawing from Britain, Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts, Xi'an, China (2016); Perfectionism (part II), Griffin Gallery, London (2015); Anthology, Charlie Smith, London (2015); Jerwood Drawing Prize, The Jerwood Space, London (2013); The Fine Line, Identity Gallery, Hong Kong, (2013); EarthWorks, P.P.O.W. New York, (2012); There Was a Country Where They Were All Thieves, Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art, Amsterdam (2012); Collection No 1.Interior and the Collectors, Lyon (2011); The Joy, Nettie Horn, London (2007); Mostyn Open, Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno, Wales (2005).

His work is in private collections in London, Berlin, Paris, New York, Hong Kong and Cyprus.