Alexander Haywood (b.1992, London, UK) graduated in 2016 from The University of Edinburgh with a Bachelors degree (with Honours) in Painting, and after working in Berlin for several years he now resides in East London. His work has been exhibited internationally, including Michael Reid Berlin, Goethe University Frankfurt, Compass Gallery Glasgow, Rea! Art Fair Milan, and The Oxo Tower London.
Alexander’s practice explores the boundary between the real and the imagined, infusing the outer world as it is conventionally experienced with subjective inner perceptions. His paintings reflect feelings, emotions and subtle states of consciousness, revealing both what is unique to his own psyche and universal to the human condition. Whether it is through his use of perspective, attention to detail or emotive expression, he aims to create an intimate and immersive experience, with the intention of dissolving the separation between subject and object, the image and the viewer.
WELLS ART CONTEMPORARY – 28.08.-26.09.2021, Wells Cathedral, Wells
CHAIYA ART AWARDS WINNERS EXHIBITION – 14.-23.05.2021, The Oxo Tower, South Bank, London
REA! ART FAIR – 30.10.-01.11.2020, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan
“TO EDEN” SOLO EXHIBITION – 01.-05.12.2019, 20square7 Gallery, Kopernikusstrasse 14, Berlin
“CLOSER TO LIFE” SOLO EXHIBITION – 21.09-01.11.2019, Michael Reid Gallery, Ackerstraße 163, Berlin
“LANGE NACHT DER BILDER” OPEN STUDIO – 06.09.2019, HB55, Berlin
“NOSTALGIA FOR PARADISE” SOLO EXHIBITION – 26.-28.04.2019 BaseMent Gallery Spreewaldplatz 8, Berlin
“HIEROPHANIES” SOLO EXHIBITION – 17.-24.09.2018, August 35 Gallery, Auguststraße 35, Berlin
COMPASS GALLERY NEW GENERATION SHOW – 11.-29.07.2016, Compass Gallery, 178 West Regent Street, Glasgow
ECA DEGREE SHOW – 28.05.-05.06.2016, 74 Lauriston Place, Edinburgh
SEVEN AND ONE COLLECTIVE EXHIBITIONS – Feb 2016, The Biscuit Factory, 4-6 Anderson Place, Edinburgh
Jan 2016, Coburg House, 15 Coburg Street, Edinburgh
ART CASTLE INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCY – 05.-20.08.2015, Poovar, Kerala, South India
SUFFOLK OPEN STUDIOS – Jun 2015, The Granary, Great Bealings, Suffolk, England