Miroslav Pomichal Slovakian, b. 1984

Miroslav Pomichal lives and works in London, Sherborne, and Velta Lehota. 

The artist has had solo shows at Kun Kelemen Fine Art, Bratislava, 2017, Flatgallery, Bratislava, 2016 and Canal, London, 2016.

His work can be found in the Ingram Collection.


Selected Exhibitions:

2022: God of War, OHSH Projects London

2021: The Holy Grail, OHSH Projects London

2021: The Stifled Cry, Archie Franks and Miroslav Pomichal, Aleph Contemporary London with essay by Sacha Craddock

2020: Art Theorema #1, curated by Claudio Scoretti and Irina Ungureanu, Gallerie delle Prigioni, Treviso

2020: The Just, curated by Dan Coombs, Aleph Contemporary (online)

2020: The Last Day Revisited, Aleph Contemporary, Artsy (online)

2020: Ana Milenkovic I Miroslav Pomichal, Three Works Scarborough

2020: Disruption, Object Space Gallery, Spokane, Washington, curated by Benjamin Heiken

2018: Paper Cuts, Kristian Day, Saatchi Gallery, London

2018: World War One Centenary Exhibition, Three Works, Scarborough

2018: The Ghost Tide, by Sarah Sparkes and Monika Bobinska, Thames-Side Gallery, London

2018: Furta Sacra, Bratislava City Gallery (Pálffy Palace), Bratislava

2018: A Look From the Bridge: Contemporary Slovak Artists, Luciano Benetton Collection, Salone degli Incanti, Trieste

2018: The Picture Book of Ehrenfried of Entenbeurgh (solo, book launch), Griffin Gallery, London

2017: Winter Selection 6 – Flatgallery, Bratislava

2017: Hotel Series – 1536, conceived by Peter Can Bellamy and curated by Faye Blanchard, Seoul

2017: Art Vienna, Leopold Museum, Vienna, with Kun Kelemen Fine Arts

2017: Duino Elegies (Solo show), Kun Kelemen Fine Arts, Bratislava

2016: Winter Selection, Flatgallery, Bratislava

2016: The Ghost of Harry Mafuji, CANAL, London

2016: Mountridge Art Foundation Purchase Prize, Cello Factory, London

2016: Living Like a God (Solo show), CANAL, London

2016: Medana Residencies, Vila Vipolze, Slovenia

2016: Kaukazske Malovanky (Solo show), Flatgallery, Bratislava

2016: RBA Rome Scholarship Shortlist, Lloyd’s Register, London

2015: IF IT BENDS IT’S FUNNY (if it breaks it’s not funny), Copeland Park (Bosse & Baum), London

2015: Bodies!, Ingram Collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art, Lightbox Museum and Gallery, Woking

2015: The Sky WasRum Factory, Bow Arts Wapping, London

2015: Avenge, Nice Gallery, London

2015: Art15, with UAL Now, London

2015: hashtagJoin the Revolution, Delta House Studios, London

2015: Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Newlyn Art Gallery, Newlyn

2015: Demimonde, Slate Projects and Mottahedan Projects, Amberwood House, London

2014: Nice Residency, Nice Gallery, London

2014: Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London

2014: Ship of State, Slovak Embassy, London

2014: Saatchi New Sensations, Victoria House, London

2014: Bloomberg New Contemporaries, World Museum, Liverpool Biennial, Liverpool

2014: MFA Fine Art Degree Show, London

2014: PARK14, Cannizaro Park, London

2013: Threads, Rag Factory, London

2013: Spaced Out, Wimbledon Space, Wimbledon College of Art

2012: Craftwork, Project Space, Wimbledon College of Art



2012 – 2014: MFA Fine Art (Distinction): Wimbledon College of Art

2002 – 2005: Art History BA (First Class Honours): Courtauld Institute of Art, London


He is the recipient of various awards and honours such as the Mountridge Art Foundation Purchase Prize, Cello Factory, London; The Medana Residency, Vila Vipolze, Slovenia, and the Nice Gallery Residency, London.