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Guy Haddon Grant's monochromatic sculptures and drawings lie at the boundary between abstraction and figuration.

Haddon Grant (1986), born in London, started his studies in Camberwell College of Art before moving to Florence, Italy for two years to study the renaissance masters and their techniques. He works in charcoal, candle soot, wax, plaster, steel and wood; creating enigmatic works with a narrative that informs one another.

Haddon Grant has exhibited widely in solo and group exhibitions notably the Bloomberg New Contemporaries at the ICA and the Liverpool Biennial. He has also exhibited at the British Figure at Flowers Gallery and has held two solo shows Apophenia at the Royal College of Art and Dust and Shadows at Karavil Contemporary.


awards and prizes

2016: Elected a member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors
2013: Dianna Brooks Prize 2013, Royal College of Art, AFY 2013
2011: Tiranti Prize Commended, FACE2011
2010: Tiranti Prize, Tirantis, Society of Portrait Sculptors Open
Runner up (Last three) Vanguard Prize Camberwell
Runner up (Last two) Rosenberg Commission Spittalfields Market 
2009: Artist in Education Award, (Mall Galleries) Sue Ryder Care


2018: Ashes, Dellasposa, London
2015: Dust and Shadows, Karavil Contemporary, London
2014:  Apophenia, Gulbenkian Gallery, R.C.A

selected solo shows


selected group shows

2017:  Brink, Launch Exhibition, London
2016:  In The End We Are All Alone, Griffin Gallery, London
2015:  Small is Beautiful, Flowers Gallery, Cork street, London
Art for Youth 2015, Mall Galleries
Silent Movies, Q park Cavendish Square
Office Sessions, 40 Beak Street Soho
The British Figure, Flowers Gallery, Kingsland Road
London Art Fair, Panter and Hall
2014:  Oil and Water gallery
Office Sessions, East India Docks
2013:   FACE2013, Society of Portrait Sculptors Open Exhibition 
Art For Youth 2013, Royal College of Art
2012:  FACE2012, Society of Portrait Sculptors Open Exhibition
Art For Youth 2012, Royal College of Art
2011:   FACE2011, Society of Portrait Sculptors Open Exhibition
Art For Youth 2011, Royal College of Art
2010:  A Site, Teravina Fine Art, Cortona
A Site, Teravina Fine Art, Athens 
Auction East, 500 Dollar Gallery, Vyner Street London
Affordable Arts Fair, Recent Graduates  Showcase, Battersea, London
Bloomberg New Contemporaries, A foundation, Liverpool, ICA, London
Art for Youth London 2010, Royal College of Art
Degree Show, Camberwell, Camberwell College, London
FACE 2010, Society of Portrait Sculptors  Annual Open Exhibition