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Dominic from Luton, 1977


Solo Exhibitions

Call Mum
Cardiff Castle battlement
Cardiff 2014

Gallery Sign
Galleri Skilti
Reykjavik
Iceland 2012

The Irresistible Lure of Fatty Gingo
Transition Gallery
London 2009

You Look Good
We Are Cuts
London 2009

Dominic from Luton
Crimes Town Gallery
London 2008

Solo
One Year Gallery
Luton 2007

Dodgem
BCA Gallery
Bedford 2006






The Irresistible Lure of Fatty Gingo
The Hat Factory
Luton 2006

Collection Box
installation at Grizedale Forest, Cumbria 2004



Selected Group Exhibitions

Shut Up
Campbell Works
London 2017

STUPID WHITE MEN
J Hammond Projects
London 2016

A Lovers Discord
MOCA Project Space
London 2016

PIGDOGANDMONKEY
FESTOS

Phoenix Gallery
Exeter 2015

Sluice__ at The Hospital Club
The Hospital Club
London 2015

The Common
The Midas Touch
Luton 2014

PIGDOGANDMONKEY
FESTOS

Airspace Gallery
Stoke–on–Trent 2014

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Selected Group Exhibitions continued

Fort at Sluice
Sluice Art Fair
London 2013

New Order: British Art Today
Saatchi Gallery
London 2013

Summer Fete
Ceri Hand Gallery
London 2013

London Utd.
Kling & Bang gallery
Iceland 2013

Modern Cadaver
Fort
London 2013

Init
Departure Lounge
Luton, UK 2013

Polemically Smalll
Orleans House Gallery
London 2012

Neon & Vinyl
Londonewcastle Project Space
London 2011



White Pratt From Luton
Laura White, Robert Pratt, Dominic Allan
34 Toynebee Street
London 2011

I Could Be So Good
For You

S Mark Gubb,
Bermingham & Robinson, Dominic Allan
Transition Gallery
London 2011

Polemically Small
Charlie Smith
London 2011
Curated by Zavier Ellis
& Edward Lucie Smith

Space Exchange
Aid & Abet
Cambridge 2011

Polemcially Small:
The Future Can Wait

Torrance Art Museum
Los Angeles, USA 2011

The Jolly (Good) Show
Collyer Bristow Gallery
London 2010




Art Blitz
Transition Gallery
London 2010
Performance as Margaret Thatcher Milk Snatcher

Tat fot Tit
Toynebee Street
London 2010

Plus Projects
Cambridge Heath Road
London 2010

The Nature of Things /
Things Of Nature

The Two Jonny’s Project Space
London 2010

Celestial Contrakt
Schwartz Gallery
London 2009

70 Plus 100
Webber Street
London 2009

Pop–Up
TinType
London 2009

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Selected Group Exhibitions continued

Carny Town
A Space Station 65 curation
Portman Gallery
London 2008

Pier Pressure
Maverik Showrooms
London 2008

Fan Fair
Transition Gallery
London 2008

One Week
Maverik Showrooms
London 2008

Love Will Bring Us Apart Again
Scion Installation
Culver City, USA 2008

London Calling
Beady Minces
Venice, USA 2008

StickStampFly
Gasworks
London 2007




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Apart Gallery
London 2007

Spent
3 Colts Gallery
London 2006

The Wormhole Saloon 4
Whitechapel Art Gallery
London 2006

Muster Station
Rockwell
London 2006

The Skateboard Show
Apart gallery
London 2004

Common Ground
Maidstone Library gallery
Kent 2004

Out There
Crafts Council
London 2003

Curated


Sunridge Avenue Projects
Luton 2016


London Utd.
Kling & Bang gallery
Iceland 2013


Init
Departure Lounge
Luton 2013

White Pratt From Luton
Laura White, Robert Pratt, Dominic from Luton.
34 Toynebee Street
London 2011

I Could Be So Good
For You

S Mark Gubb,
Bermingham & Robinson, Dominic from Luton.
Transition Gallery
London 2011
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Collections


Saatchi Collection

Paul Smith Collection

Private collections
Education – Artist Lectures & Tutoring 2010–present

Professional Practice lectures – London Metropolitan University

Talking Pictures Artist talk at London School Of Economics
Careering Ahead Artist talk at Tate Modern, London

Lead artist at Grizedale Forest; forest project & installation in collaboration with Satthertwaite School, Cumbria (lottery funded)

Raw Canvas programme lecture / outreach officer, Tate Modern, London

Visiting Artist, Sculpture Summer School, Icknield Art College, Luton

Visiting Artist, Marsh Farm, Regeneration Project, Luton

Art Consultant, The Changing Face of Luton in Collaboration with Luton Borough Council
Awards and Sponsorship


Stanley Picker Fellowship shortlisted
2015

Grants for the Arts
Arts Council England
Research & Development Award
2013

Murray Barford Trust
Individual Award
2013

Grants for the Arts
Arts Council award
2006


Wall’s Ice Cream (Unilever) continuous sponsorship of 100,000 joke lollypop sticks 2006

Grant from Luton Borough Council for The Irresistible Lure of Fatty Gingo
2006


Mentored by curator/ writer Eddie Chambers, supported by Commissions East,
2004
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Awards and Sponsorship continued

Grants for the Arts
Arts Council award
2005

Awards for All
Lottery award Docwra's Rock Factory sponsorship
Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
2004

Commissions East – Research and Development award
2002



Education

Chelsea College of Art
BA (Hons) Fine Art
Sculpture 1996–1999

Chelsea College of Art Foundation Studies
1995–1996


Press & Publications


The Luton News, Wednesday August 8, 2012, page 4

Morgaunbladid, 21 June 2012, Menning page 41; Verk i eigu saatchi synt i Gallerii skilti

Frettabladid, 10 July 2012, Shoes Off If You Love Luton at Galleri Skilti, Reykjavik, Iceland

Art Review, Jan / Feb 2012, London Reviews Marathon, I Could Be So Good For You, Transition Gallery, London by
Laura Mclean–Ferris

AN: Review of The Jollly (Good) Show At Collyer Bristow Gallery, London. Tamarin Norwood 01/11

Bevel Chamfer by Adam Burton 2011. Published by The Two Jonnys Project Space, London



Time Out – Top Five Choice First Thursdays 2nd July 2009, The Irresistible Lure of Fatty Gingo

I Asked People I Know to Tell me about a Work of Art Text by Peter Lamb for Study for a Portrait of an Isolated Luton Loner for Petra Feriancova, Natural Selection at Moravian Gallery, Brno, Czech Rep 2008

Arty no.24, pg3 drawing. Published by Transition Gallery, London 2008

BBC Look East television broadcast from One Year Gallery, Luton 2007

Guardian Guide Preview by Robert Clarke, Dodgem at BCA Bedford, 25 November 2006


See My A–Z for individual articles.