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IRVIN PASCAL

b.1987 London
Lives and works in Sussex, England
2015-2017 MA Fine Art University of Brighton
2005-2008 BA(hons) Architecture University of Brighton


Solo Shows

2019

Current

14th March – 25th April 2019, ‘The Nenaissance’, Niki Cryan, Lagos (Eko Atlantic), Nigeria

Past

2018

The Sweetest Taboo, GNYP Gallery, Berlin

Group Shows

Past

2019

Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019, Ever Gold [Projects], Los Angeles

 BFAMI gala 2019, Sotheby’s, London

2018

Defying the Narrative: Contemporary Art from West and Southern Africa, Ever Gold [Projects], San Francisco

Material, The Cob Gallery, London

Talisman in the age of difference, curated by Yinka Shonibare MBE,
Stephen Friedman Gallery, London

After Cesaire/ Modern Tropiques, Platform Southwark, London

 Marks Make Meaning: drawing across disciplines, Grand Parade gallery, Brighton

Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Block 336, London

 BFAMI gala 2018, The Dorchester, London

 BFAMI gala 2018, Phillips, Berkley Square, London

2017

 ‘The Long Count’, Von Goetz, London

BHM, Latham & Watkins, London

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017, BALTIC 39, Newcastle

PIAF, Copeland Gallery, London

Before Words, MAFA show, University of Brighton,

MA and other Postgraduates Exhibition, Atkinson Gallery, Somerset

2016

Untitled, Latham Watkins, London

Hot Black males, Buster Mantis, London

The cross wiring of sex and violence, in the mind of a pygophilist, UoB, Brighton

BAOH, Brighton, England 

New work, Made, Brighton

2015

An Ode to Black British Artistry, Hoxton Basement gallery, London

2014

Stars on canvas, Maddox Arts, London

Projects

Past

2018

‘Violence over Power’, The Rectory project space, London

Irvin Pascal ‘Is this wet  p*$$¥  remix no get enemy, nothing like this love that I’m feeling’
Niagara Falls project space, Brighton, England

Selected Talks

2018

Portraiture as Politics‘ – 1.54 Contemporary African Art Fair, Somerset House, London.
Discussion led by David A. Bailey MBE (Artist and Curator), with artists Kimathi Donkor, Irvin Pascal  and Kudzanai-Violet Hwami. Panel curated by Ekow Eshun.

Mayfair Art Weekend Gallery HOP! ArtReview tours – Stephen Friedman, London.
Discussion led by Karon Hepburn with artists Kehinde Wiley, Irvin Pascal, Larry Achiampong and Thomas J. Price.

Bloomberg New Contemporaries – Block336, London.
Artist-led tour. In conversation with Jonathan Sharples (curator of Simons & Simmons LLP Collection).

Collections

Simmons & Simmons LLP

Hogan Lovells International LLP

Publications

2017

Tamar Clarke-Brown, #BlackmendreamLDN

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017, New Contemporaries (1988) Ltd, ISBN 978-0-9566133-7-0