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Zoë Carlon

Zoë Carlon is an artist based in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. She makes paintings concerned with spaces that are simultaneously public and private; a cruise ship bar and the view through a metro window feature in recent works. She is interested in how these spaces, at first functional and often transitory, encourage a sense of isolation and solitude. Working from observation and memory, she creates a relationship between the interior and the exterior, exploring surface, depth, figuration and abstraction. Zoë studied at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest and the University of Leeds, graduating in 2017.

Based in Wakefield, UK
2013 – 2017 BA Hons Fine Art (International), University of Leeds
2015 – 2016 The Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest

Selected solo exhibitions include: The Near and Elsewhere, Calver Gallery, South Square Centre (Bradford 2018), Paintings and Drawings, Emmaus Rooms, St Helen’s Church (Wakefield 2018).

Selected group exhibitions include: From Cellar to Garret, South Parade (London 2020), Prosaic: Generous, Globe Arts (Slaithwaite 2020) Club Editions, Index Festival (Leeds 2019) The Art House Micro-Commissions, The Art House (Wakefield 2019)
Founding member of Club (2017-19) member of The Collective Studio, The Newbridge Project (2020 – 21).