Adam Holmes-Davies
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Born, Croydon, UK

Lives and works in London, UK

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Education

2006 - 2007 MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK

1993 - 1996 BA (hons) Fine Art, Surrey Institute of Art and Design, UK

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Solo & two-person exhibitions

2023
Dear Luke, Dear Adam, (with Luke Dowd) Kingsgate Project Space, London, UK

2012
One day growth, Zero10 Gallery, London, UK

2011
Ahh medievals doms, Kingsgate Project Space, London, UK

2009
Things before now, Fold Gallery, London, UK

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Group exhibitions

2024
Saturday Soup, (with Katrin Hanusch, Caroline McCarthy and Roxy Walsh), DJ Simpson Studio, Ground Floor, [SPACE] Studios, London, UK
Cat Flap Blink, Terrace Gallery, London, UK

2021
YOUR FOOT IN MY FACE and other tectonic strategies, Kingsgate Project Space, London, UK

2016
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Twenty Two Painters, Charlie Smith Gallery,
London, UK
Paper Cuts, Transition Gallery, London, UK

Works on paper, Vue par Defaut, Galerie d'Art Contemporain, Sauve, FR

2013
Chance // Action, Kingsgate Project Space, London, UK

2012
Salon Art Prize, Matt Roberts Gallery, touring, UK
ArtWorks Open 2012, Barbican Arts Trust, London, UK

2008
Cory Michael Project, Ada Street, London, UK
The Marmite Prize for Painting, Studio 1:1, London, UK

2007
Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2007, touring The New Art Gallery Walsall,
Rochelle School, London, UK, Corner House, Manchester, UK

2006
The Works of Others, Old Whitechapel Library, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
Real Proper Show, Triangle Space, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK

2005
Painting Kills, Maryland Studios, London, UK
Hunting Art Prize 25th Anniversary, Royal College of Art, London, UK
Moonscapes and Switchblades, Surface Gallery, Nottingham, UK

2004
Hackney Wicked, Hackney Project Studios, London, UK

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Awards

2022
Time Space Money, a-n The Artist Information Company, London, UK

2021
Arts Council England, Developing your Creative Practice.

2018
Recipient of the Eaton Fund.

2012
Salon Art Prize (Painting Category Winner) selected by Gavin Delahunty (Head of Exhibitions TATE Liverpool), Godfrey Worsdalem (Director, Baltic Centre for contemporary art), Anthony Spira (Director, Milton Keynes Gallery), Susanna Brown (Curator, Photographs, V&A Museum).

Barbican Arts Trust, ArtWorks Open 2012, 2nd Prize Winner, selected by artists, Kiera Bennet and Reece Jones

2007
Bloomberg New Contemporaries, selected by Michael Landy, Nigel Cooke and Linda Norden

2005
Hunting Art Prize, 1st Prize Winner, selected by Tom Coates, William Packer and Angela Flowers

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