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Kidd Murray (b.1994) explores themes of consumerism and materialism, and depicts a natural environment which has been ruled by both, rendering it obsolete. These imagined places are adorned with diamantés, vibrant colours and manicured landscapes, a nod to materialism and impractical, harmful beauty standards. An inhabitant of this world, the glowing green worm, is used to represent a toxic consumer. It can be seen feeding off of vivacious fruit and plants, struggling to find its place in a superficial, dysfunctional world that has only one agenda - beauty.


BA (Hons) Painting & Printmaking, Glasgow School Of Art, 2013 - 2017

Intermedia Art, Academy of Arts Architecture and Design, Prague, Sept 2015


Solo Shows

2023, January, Août Gallery, Beirut

Group Shows

2023 , July, Summer Group Show, 42 Art Space, Beijing

2023 March, Latent Dreaming, Seefood Room Gallery, Hong Kong

2023 Febuary, Group Show, Cohle Gallery, Paris

2022 May, International, 19 Karen Gallery, Gold coast, Australia

2021 June, Afro Scoulture, A.Scot Gallery, Glasgow

2020 November, Inner Escape, House of Fine Art, London

2019 November, Winter Show, Compass Gallery, Glasgow

2017 June, Southside Salon, House for an Art Lover, Glasgow

Online Shows

2022 February, That’s Showbiz Baby, Tchotchke Gallery

2021 November, Nostalgia, Artistellar



Press Links

Overstandard Interview January 2023

Juxtapoz Magazine May 2022

Creative Boom Article October 2021

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