Kate Lyddon

Kate Lyddon (b. 1979, Brighton) lives and works in London. Graduated from the Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (2006); and Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury (2001). Awards include The Mark Tanner Sculpture Award (2015); the Emerging Artist Award 2011 (2011); and The Marmite Prize for Painting (2006). Select solo exhibitions include The Big Toe, Galerie d'YS, Brussels (2017); On Drool, Cabin Gallery, London (2016); Zabludowicz Collection Invites: Kate Lyddon, Zabludowicz Collection, London (2015); If You Should Die Unexpectedly, studio1.1, London (2012); Heroes and Villains, Gallery Daniela Da Prato, Paris (2011); and Happiness, Galerie Davide Di Maggio, Milan (2009). Select group exhibitions include Figure it Out, Tannery Projects, London (2017); Kate Lyddon and John Summers, studio1-1, Sluice Biennial, London (2017); Distorted Visions, The Dot Project, London (2015); Chinese Whispers, Gallery Nasty Alice, Eindhoeven (2014); Mingles Calypsus: Mungles Capitaltis, Neue Froth Kunsthalle, Brighton (2013);  Untitled, Exterritorial, Vienna (2012); and No Soul for Sale; A Festival of Independents, Tate Modern, London (2010). 

Last updated: 11.02.2021