Thomas Langley (b. London 1986) is a fine artist with an interdisciplinary practice

that includes painting, sculpture, performance, drawing and installation. Langley

completed his postgraduate diploma in fine art at the Royal Academy Schools in

London in 2018 and his bachelor of art at the University for the Creative Arts in

Canterbury, England, in 2010, between which Langley attempted a period of selfinitiated

studio development as a substitute for paid postgraduate study. He

currently lives and works between Lisbon and London.

Since 2016, Thomas Langley has had eleven solo exhibitions in galleries and

institutions both in Europe and in the UK, including ‘Courage’, MONO, Lisbon,

2020, ‘Mummy’s Boy’, Cob Gallery, London, 2019 and ‘Just Like Anything’, Marian

Cramer Projects, Amsterdam, 2018. He has also been included in over twenty group

exhibitions such as ‘Summer (Winter) Exhibition’, Royal Academy of Art, London,

2020, ‘Out of Office’, PADA, Lisbon, 2019 and ‘Telescope’, Jerwood Gallery,

Hastings, UK, 2019.