James' work responds to both space and time through the interrogation and disruption of found objects and places.
James Lomax graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2022 having previously studied at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art. He is a visual artist whose work is both conceptual and physical; working predominantly with sculpture, painting and photography, he has a particular focus on exhibition making and world building through spatial intervention. He is drawn to objects that act as barriers and containers and uses these to investigate the physical and material language of a place. Highlighting the permanent and ephemeral gestures contained in a landscape I work with found objects, reframing and reconstructing them by altering their context, materiality, and form. James' graduate show from the Royal Academy Schools was mentioned in Frieze Magazine’s article “The Top Ten Shows in the UK and Ireland in 2022”, he is about to launch a limited edition work with Particular Ideas and has an upcoming solo show at Hotel Michele, Margate.
Glass reinforced concrete and aluminium, 123 x 86 x 3cm, 2020
Glass reinforced concrete and aluminium, 78 x 141 x 3cm, 2022
Glass reinforced concrete and aluminium, 105 x 69 x 3cm, 2022
Photograph, smoked acrylic and found noticeboard, 33 x 45cm, 2022
Glass reinforced concrete and aluminium, 77 x 54 x 3cm, 2022
Cast iron, 69 x 69 x 3cm, 2022
Canary Wharf, 2021
Cast Iron, 51 x 66 x 7cm, 2021
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