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Sculpture in the City, London 

ongoing — June 2019 - June 2020

“Reclining Nude I” is exhibited in the Churchyard of St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate.

"Kevin Francis Gray", Solo Exhibition, Andersen's, Copenhagen 

October - November 2018

Photos by Morten Jacobsen.

"Face Off" Installation, Felsina Vineyard, Chianti 

Organised for the 2018 Art of the Treasure Hunt

May - September 2018

Video by Federico Zanotti.

Music by Haux. 


Spring 2018

Copenhagen Invite

Shadowed Forms, Group Exhibition at Andersen's Contemporary, Copenhagen, Denmark

April 27 - June 16, 2018

Kevin Francis Gray was invited to curate a group exhibition at Andersen's Contemporary, thus bringing together contemporary work from a group of international artists. At the heart of the exhibition is the loan of an extraordinary and rarely exhibited Barbara Hepworth marble sculpture,entitled Sheltered Form, from 1972. Gray centers the exhibition around this piece, inviting his fellow artists to engage with Hepworth's artistic legacy and her take on 'the figure'. The result is a dynamic and varied group of peers, presenting recent works and engaging, however abstractly, with the representation of the figure. The group, rooted in London, is a microcosm of the megalopolis, with the artists individually hailing from Australia, Belgium, England, Germany, Ireland, Malawi and South Africa, and their works stretching across mediums ranging from marble & bronze to wood, steel, objet trouvé, linen and canvas.

By virtue of having been curated by an artist, whereby each artist's inclusion has been carefully considered before being personally invited to participate, the exhibition presents a sensitivity and thoughtfulness, setting it apart from more traditional curatorial approaches. The participating artists set off on their careers at similar times, and have been peripherally involved in one another's lives and practices, each exhibiting internationally in the last fifteen years, passing each other like ships in the night, before finally coming together to rest on common ground, in a new city. Indeed, this reunion in Copenhagen, a new destination for all involve, is an invitation to regroup and reflect at the mid-career point. As they join forces to scaffold the stunning Hepworth piece, their works pay homage to 'the figure' as art historical narrative and re-assess its relevance for today's viewer.

Exhibition at Villa Santo Sospir, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, France

September 15 - October 31, 2017

Photos by Loïc Thébaud 

Pace Gallery, New York, NY, USA

March 30 - April 22, 2017

Photos by Sam Nandez

Marketplace Gallery, Armagh, Northern Ireland

March 17 - April 13, 2017

Photos courtesy of Marketplace Gallery