Phil King British, b. 1965

The artist holds his M.A, Fine Arts, Goldsmiths College, London and B.A., Honours, Painting, Fine Art, Painting, The Bath Academy of Art. King serves as the co-editor of Turps magazine and has contributed critical essays to various art exhibition catalogues. In 2014, King translated Jean Genet’s The Studio of Giacometti, Grey Tiger Books. 


In addition to various private collections, King has an extensive exhibition record spanning over twenty years. Recent select solo shows include:

Chris Shaw’s Three Works Project, Weymouth and Scarborough, 2019, 2017 and 2015;

Arcade Projects, Funded by the Welsh Arts Council, Cardiff, 2015;

Observer Arts, Hastings, 2015;

Kala Arts, Berkley, California, 2013.


Recent select group shows:  

Unit 3 Gallery London, 2019;

NewJorg Gallery, Vienna, 2019;

Studio 1 Gallery, London, 2018;

Tetris Hang Family House Space, London, 2018;

The Studio, Llandudno, 2017;

Lantern Hall, Brooklyn, 2017;

Charlie Smiths, London, 2017;

Mainstream Gallery, Ramsgate, 2017;

Turps Gallery, London, 2017;

Electro Studios, St. Leonards, 2017;

Albus 3 Arts, Northampton, 2016;

Phantom Project Contemporary, Troyes, 2016;

Gallery Clovis 15, Bruxelles, 2016;

Rye Creative Centre, Rye, Sussex, 2015.