Morgan Wills (b. 1992, UK) is a London-based artist whose practice explores abstractions of the the human form, blurring boundaries between figuration and still life. By engaging with the intangibility of imagery through conversational visual language, Morgan attempts to address existential anxieties inherent to ones creative process. Morgan's recent works investigate how the depiction of the human form relates to such anxieties. Morgan lives and works in London, UK.
2019, But, What if...?, Sid Motion Gallery, London, UK (Solo)
2019, Hyper Mesh, Assembly Point, London, UK (Group)
2018, John Moores Painting Prize, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK (Group)
2018, Got it for Cheap, Fisher Parrish Gallery, Brooklyn, NYC, USA (Group)
2018, Play on Repeat, Sid Motion Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2017, Wisdom Tooth, Unit 1 Gallery Workshop, London, UK (Solo)
2017, Papercuts, Kris Day Tripp Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2017, You See Me Like A U.F.O.Marcelle Joseph Projects, London, UK (Group)
2016, 12 Conversations, Sid Motion Gallery, London, UK (Solo)
2016, Versions, Benevolent Association of Excellent Solutions, London, UK (Solo)
2016, ING Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London, UK (Group)
2016, Sorry About Last Night, With, It's All Tropical, The Washington, Sheffield, UK (Group)
2015, Bloomberg New Contemporaries, London, UK (Group)
2015, MK Open, MK Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2014, Assembly, CCW Alumni Show, London, UK (Group)
2014, HIX Award, Cock'n'Bull Gallery, London, UK (Group)
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