Information about, or relating to, Mali Morris, on the Royal Academy of Arts website

March 2018 - March 2019:  Display of 3 large works each, Mali Morris and John McLean, Clifford Chance, Canary Wharf, viewing by appointment.
Summer 2018:  Judge of RA A-Level Online Summer Exhibition.
2018:  RA250 at Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Q & A  with students on Feb 16.
October- November 2017:  Solo show at FOLD, London, Pearled and Pasted and other new paintings.
September 2017:  Visiting Artist at Vermont Studio Centre, USA.
April 2017: Colchester Art Society, Spring Lecture at Firstsite, Mali Morris, Back to Front. 

Selected Group Shows, 2010-2018

Sep - Nov 2018:  Primary Abstraction, Candida Stevens Gallery, Chichester
June - Aug 2018:  RA Summer Exhibition
April - July 2018:  Proof Positive, The Gibberd Gallery, Harlow
April - May 2018:  Women Can't Paint, Turps Gallery and ASC Gallery, London
Feb - April 2018:  The London Deal at The Building Centre, London
Jan 2018:  A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future, Brodrick Gallery, Hull
Jan 2018:  Winter Show, Linden Hall Studio, Deal.

2017: Cabbages and Kings, Maddox Arts, London; Painting & Structure, The Kennington Residency, London; Nine Painters, Syson Gallery, Nottingham; Fully Awake, blip blip blip Gallery, Leeds; Counterpoints, Eagle Gallery, London; Women Artists: Power and Presence, University of Chichester; Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London; Abstract, Paper Gallery, Manchester; Orignal Prints Show, Zillah Bell Gallery, Thirsk; Contemporary Abstract Prints, Clifford Chance, London; The Surface of Things, New Adelphi Gallery, University of Salford; Touchstone, APT Gallery, London (Curator); Creekside Eleven, Zillah Bell Gallery, Thirsk (Curator).

2016: Modern Mirror, Bread and Jam IV, London; We Are The Dead, Kirk Hopper Fine Art, Dallas, Texas; Cuts, Shapes, Scrapes and Breaks, Seventeen, London; Juxtaposition, Zilla Bell Gallery, Thirsk, N Yorks; Turn the Colour Down! Curated by Matthew Collings & Emma Biggs, Turps Gallery, London; Tim Sayer Bequest, The Hepworth, Wakefield; Spectacular Space Particular Place, Watchtower Galery, Berwick on Tweed; Royal Academy Summer Exhibition; Kaleidoscope, Fold Gallery, London; The Original Print Show, Zilla Bell Gallery, Thirsk; PAPER Gallery, at Manchester Contemporary; Gift, APT Gallery, London; Discernimg Eye Prizewinners, Triforium, Temple, London; A Threshold, APT Gallery, London; Winter Show, Linden Hall Studio, Deal, Kent.

2015: Contemporary British Abstract Painting, The SE9 Container Gallery, London; Hommage and Transcription, Kapil Jarawala Gallery, London; 8-Connect, Linden Hall Studio Gallery, Deal; 
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London; Stockwell Depot 1967-79, University of Greenwich Galleries, London; Twenty Years On, APT Gallery London; Summer Mix, Turps Gallery, London; P, Horatio Jr Gallery, London; Master Prints from The Print Studio Cambridge, Babylon Arts, Ely.

2014: Colour/Boundary, Gallery North, Newcastle upon Tyne; APT at Pulchri, The Hague, Netherlands; Drawing to Making, Clarendon Studios, London; Ikon in the 80s, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham; New Prints, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester; Panel Paintings (2) Eagle Gallery, London; Here, there and somewhere inbetween, Horatio Jr, London; Painter Printmakers, Keeper's House, Royal Academy of Arts, London; Small is Beautiful, Flowers, New York.

2013: Pop and Abstract, National Museum Wales, Cardiff; Panel Paintings, Eagle Gallery, London; Without An Edge There Is No Middle, Pluspace, Coventry; Painting Past Present, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne; Untitled 1: Glitch, Peacock Yard, London.

2012: Perfect Nude, Wimbledon Space; Double Vision, Lion and Lamb Gallery, London; Finger, Hidde van Seggelen Gallery, London; Discerning Eye, Mall Gallery, London; New Possibilities, Piper Gallery, London.

2011: Fade Away, Gallery North, Newcastle upon Tyne; Uncaught Hares, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, London; Discerning Eye, Mall Gallery, London.

2010: Tag - New London Painting, Brown Gallery, London; Fade Away, Transition Gallery, London; 
, APT, London.

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© Mali Morris 2018