Laurence Noga British, b. 1961

Laurence Noga studied at Wimbledon School of Art in 1984 and completed his post graduate studies at Byam Shaw, Central St Martins. The artist serves as a lecturer at the University of the Arts London. In addition to his art historical writing and career as a curator, Noga has exhibited widely.


Solo shows include:  

Poetics of Obsolescence, Aleph Contemporary, 12 Piccadilly Arcade, September 2021

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Lewisham, and Greenwich NHS Trust London, 2020 and the C&C Gallery London, 2018. 


Select group shows: 

Aleph Contemporary at Home House, April - September 2021

Terrace Gallery, London, 2020

Stephen Lawrence Gallery, University of Greenwich, London, 2019

RMIT Gallery Melbourne, Australia, 2019

Arthouse 1, London, 2019

Eagle Gallery London, 2019 

Eastbury Manor, London, 2019

John Moores Painting Prize, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, 2018

Angus Hughes Gallery, 2018

Galerie Abstract Project, Paris, 2017

Collyer Bristow, London, 2017

Sluice Art Fair with Saturation Point, London, 2016 and 2017

The Crypt, London, 2017

Turps Gallery, London, 2016

Turps Space, London, 2016 

Camberwell Project Space, London, 2016

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 2016

Slate Projects and Saturation Point, The Loud and Western Building London, 2015 

Grace Teshima Gallery Paris, 2015.