Born 1995 in London, UK.
Lives and works in London, UK.
|Lewis Brander’s practice encompasses paintings, works on paper, photography and writing. Taken as a whole, his body of work demonstrates a sustained emphasis on the sentimental moment, often navigating seemingly disparate themes through the lens of a camera or the surface of a canvas - ranging from nature to urban decay, the mundane to the socio-political - into a body of work concerned with poetic discourse.
Lewis Brander is based in London. He graduated from the BA Fine Art course at Goldsmiths College in 2018 and was based exclusively in Athens from 2018-2020.
|2018||Goldsmiths College University of London, B.A., London, UK|
|2018||Shortlisted for the HIX Award|
|Shortlisted for Bloomberg New Contemporaries|
Solo & Two Person Exhibitions
|2021||(forthcoming) Lewis Brander & Sonya Derviz, Curated by Hector Campbell, London, UK|
|2018||30 Drawings: Lewis Brander, Vardaxoglou, London, UK|
Selected Group Exhibitions
|2021||(forthcoming) Maison Ugo, Hot Wheels Athens, Athens, GR|
|2019||Odyssey, Odissou 10, Athens, GR|
|2018||Out of Bodies, THRDS Studio, London, UK|
|Kensington and Chelsea Art Weekend, Alex Vardaxoglou, London, UK|
|Painting, Alex Vardaxoglou, London, UK|
|Goldsmiths (BA Hons) Fine Art Degree Show, London, UK
|Emerging Artists, The Walkie Talkie | 20 Fenchurch St, London, UK|
|Numerous and Often Varied, The Take Courage Gallery, London, UK|
|Sixteen Steps, Alex Vardaxoglou, London, UK|
|2017||Cloth, Alex Vardaxoglou, London, UK|
|The Early Works, Alex Vardaxoglou, London, UK|
|A Vulgar Display Of, London, UK|
|2016||Revenge Bod, London, UK|
|2018||Charlie Newman, Inside ‘Out of Bodies’, F Word Magazine (Online), October 2018|
|Goldsmiths Gallery/ Class of 2018, Tatler (Print), October 2018|
|Invest in Art 2018, Saatchi Art (Print and Online), October 2018|
|Not Another Degree Show, Artsy (Online), July 2018|
|Vardaxoglou Exhibits South London’s Emerging Talent, Don’t Panic (Online), March 2018|
|2019||Cinematographer and Director of Photography, O’ Pierrot, Tanoa Sasraku, 2019. |
• Exhibitions and awards include: O’ Pierrot, LUX, London 2020, Arts Foundation Futures Award for Visual Arts 2021, 18th London short film festival 2021 (shortlisted).
|2018||Cinematographer and Director of Photography, Whop, Cawbaby, Tanoa Sasraku, 2018. |
• Exhibitions and awards include: Nashashibi / Skaer, Tate St Ives, St Ives, 2019, Tenderflix 2018 "Future Responsibilities", BFI Southbank, London, 2018