2003-05 MA Fine Art - Goldsmiths, London.
1993-96 BA Fine Art Painting – Loughborough College of Art and Design.
Lives and works in London
Tom is represented by Alison Jacques
2003-05 MA Fine Art – Goldsmiths, London
1993-96 BA Fine Art Painting- Loughborough College of Art and Design
2008 Alison Jacques Gallery, London
2009 Something I don’t do, Flowers London
The Blank Canvas Project, Big Chill art trail, Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire.
Make Shift and Bend, CGP, London
2006 In the Darkest Hour, There Will be Light – Damien Hirst,
Murderme Collection, Serpentine Gallery, London
Santa’s Ghetto 2006, 15 Oxford Street, London
Houses in Motion, Fieldgate Gallery, London
Bunny Incinerator, Gone Tomorrow Gallery, London
Circuit Diagram, Cell Project Space, London
George Polke Invites, George Polke Gallery, London
Too Bad Ian Curtis Died, Bunny Gallery, London
2005 Law of large Numbers, Cell Project Space, London
Gone Tomorrow, Gone Tomorrow Gallery, London
MA Show, Goldsmiths, London
2001 Shop Tactics, Ganton Street, London
Consequences, Indo, London
2000 Gallery Net 99/2000, Touring show Shropshire C.C
New Work, Whiteleys, London
1998 Beaumanor Hall, Leicestershire
Art and Architecture, Wirksworth, Derbyshire
1997 Fine Young Artists, Air Gallery, London
Up the Garden Path, Carmarthan, Wales
100 Artists, Whiteleys, London
2006 Works from Damien Hirst’s murderme collection,
In the darkest hour there may be light, Serpentine Gallery,
Other Criteria. (Exhibition catalogue)
2008 Art Review, Reviews; UK, Rebecca Gerald. December 2008 p111
Dazed and Confused, Hung Drawn and Quartered, Francesca Gavin.
September 2008 p 272
2006 Another View, Toni Heath, The Guardian (G2), 13th December 2006, p 29
Portrait of the Artist, Jacky Klein, New Statesman, 11th December 2006
2006 The South Bank Show, ITV, ‘Damien Hirst’, 1st January 2007.
New Art Gallery, Walsall
Deutsche Bank-Works on Paper
Damien Hirst- Murderme
2007 Boise Travel Scholarship.
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