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b. London 1993

Lives and works in London.




2012-2015: Camberwell College of Arts, Illustration, London, UK.

2011-2012: Leeds College of Art, Art Foundation Course, Yorkshire, UK.



Solo Shows


2019: Sharper Than Razor Blades, Working Projects, London, UK.

2018: A Kid Who Walked the Plank, Working Projects, London, UK.

2018: Hybolised Tropic, sponsored by Outset Art Foundation, 39 Baker Street, London, UK.

2018: The District, Carousel Gallery, 35 Baker St, London, UK.

2017: OHM - Köpenicker Str. 70, Berlin, Germany.




Selected Group Shows


2019: Deccan Traps, Aindrea Contemporary, London, UK. (Two Person Show)

2019; Art Without Boarders, Zilliard Art, Herrick Gallery, London, UK.

2019: Tactile Amnesia, 15 Bateman St, London, UK. 

2018: Inhabiting the Dome, Working Projects, Whiteleys, London, UK.

2018: Hyperbolised Tropic, sponsored by Outset Art Foundation, 39 Baker

Street, London, UK.

2018: BFAMI, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London, UK.

2017: I, Science, curated by Natasha Gertler, The Blyth Gallery at Imperial College London, UK.

2017: Through The Sand, Into The Dirt, Curated & exhibited, Fortyseven gallery, 47 Denmark Hill, London, UK.

2017: D2A, 99 Battersea Rise, London, UK.

2016: RBTO, Keith Schillerpormenade, Berlin, Germany

2015: Rock, Paper, Scissors, Hoxton Arches, 402 Cremer Street, London, UK.

2014: The Highway, Concrete, Hoxton, London, UK.

Selected Press

2019: Dazed - Alexander James’ art is inspired by his teenage punk hair & other memories.

2019: 1883 Magazine - 1883 meets British-born multimedia artist Alexander James to talk art and identity in the Digital Age and find out more about his latest body of work, Sharper Than Razor Blades.

2019: Coeval Magazine - Sharper than Razor Blades is artist Alexander James’ most recent body of work – and unlike its morose title, explores our current fixation on self-identifying with a playful nostalgia.

2019: FYI - “Sharper Than Razor Blades” – Alexander James On Digitalisation, Identity And Materiality In Modern-Day Culture.

2019: Evening Standard - 3 of the best new exhibitions in London right now.

2019: - “The Deccan Traps” Opens Today at Aindrea Contemporary.

2018: - Alexander James' A Kid Who Walked The Plank Opens at Working Project.

2018: Evening Standard - Historic Department Store Opens Up For Whiteleys.

2018: London Art News - A Kid Who Walked The Plank

2018: BBC – Inhabiting the Dome.

2018: Country and Townhouse - Inhabiting the Dome at Whiteleys

2018: BBC – The District by Alexander James and Bethegun.

2017: Culture Whisper: Interview with a young artist - Alexander James.