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Andrew Lacon (UK) Lives and works in Birmingham

Andrew Lacon (b.1985, Dudley) is based in Birmingham, having graduated from the Royal College of Art, London, in 2011. Lacon has long been interested in how public displays of objects can explore relationships between national culture, social class and artistic intention, and his most recent DCA solo exhibition considered these ideas by focusing on one single raw material now synonymous with the history of art and architecture: marble. 

Lacon has entered a period of research into South America with residencies including Cirrre Residencias Sala_Taller in Uraguay, URRA w/ Gasworks in Buenos Aires and SOMA, Mexico City DF (Mexico)


Other residencies have included; The New Art Gallery Walsall, (UK) Bauhaus, Dessau (Germany) The Guangzhou Library (China)
and Henry Moore Institute, Leeds (UK)


Recent exhibitions of his work and projects include: Fragments, DCA (Solo) 2018, Fugazi, Division of Labour, London 2017; Image Music Text, IMT, London 2016; Radical Sabbatical, Eastside Projects and University of Birmingham 2016; Research Residency, Soma, Mexico (British Council & Grand Union) 2015; Display Show, Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin 2015; Andrew Lacon, Division of Labour, London, 2015; Reference Works, Guangzhou Library, China 2014/15. Art Brussels, Division of Labour 2015, Unseen Art Fair, Amsterdam 2015

News: Next Show: Mass & Velocity opens Thursday September 28th at Division of Labour in Salford 6-8pm

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