Josh Lilley


B.1988 Maputo, Mozambique.
Currently lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands


2016-2018 De Ateliers, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2011-2013 Royal College of Art, London, UK

2010-2011 Byam Shaw School of Art, London, UK


Solo and two-person exhibitions

Eye Scaffold, solo, Josh Lilley, London
Tyrants & Sirens, with Sofia Stevi, curated by nach neben, 53 Beck Road, London

At the Edge of Town, with Bryn Lloyd-Evans, Josh Lilley, London

Selected group exhibitions

Water Biscuit, Josh Lilley, London
The Eyes Have It, 53 Beck Road, London
CASS Sculpture Foundation, Chichester

Artíssima, Josh Lilley, Turin
The Peninsula Hotel, New York

Time to hit the road, Gerson Zevi/Leila Heller, New York
Artíssima, Josh Lilley, Turin
For(Matter), Atelier Concorde, Lisboa
Aspect, Kingsgate Gallery, London
The Armory Show, Josh Lilley, New York

The London Project Goes North, Garden Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield
The London Project, Gerson Zevi, 226 Old Brompton Road, London
Show 2013, Royal College of Art, London


2014 Atelier Concorde, Lisboa
2013 Land Art Road Trip, itinerant residency, Gerson Zevi, USA
2013 Kingsgate Workshops, London

Grants & awards
2016 De Ateliers, stipend, Amsterdam
2014 Bolsa de apoio a projetos (Atelier Concorde), Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisboa
2012 Fine Art Bursary, Royal College of Art, London

Selected press & publications

Critic's choice, by Jackie Wullshlager, Life & Arts, FTWeekend (26/09/2015)
London diary, Apollo Magazine, by Digby Warde-Aldam (14/09/2015)
More exhibitions including Malevich and Mondrian, by Jackie Wullshlager, Financial Times (July 25 2014)
Land Art Road Trip, The Lightning Field; Suitcase Magazine, by Matteo Zevi (May 2014)
Artists go back to the land, by Alma Zevi, The Art Newspaper No.251, November 2013































































CASS Sulpture Foundation, 2016









Eye Scaffold, 2015, solo exhibition at Josh Lilley, London



































At the Edge of Town, with Bryn Lloyd-Evans, 2014, Josh Lilley, London










The Peninsula, New York, 2015