Alfie Caine British, b. 1996

b. 1996, Britain. Currently lives and works in Rye, East Sussex, UK.

Alfie Caine (b.1996) is British artist who lives and works in Rye, East Sussex. His artistic practice centres on crafting expansive worlds that operate at all levels; in the architecture and fantasised countryside beyond their windows, down to the minutiae of cutlery, tiles, and fabrics. Navigating through dreamlike architectural landscapes becomes both a refuge from personal challenges and a powerful avenue for self-expression.  


The former architecture graduate has been featured in gallery exhibitions internationally, including his inaugural solo exhibition What Lies Beyond, Union Gallery, London, UK (2021); Moments of Calm, JARILAGER Gallery X Lotte Gallery, Seoul, South Korea (2022), High Humanity, Jack Siebert Projects, Paris (2022), White Chapel Gallery Art Icon Auction, London (2023).   



2015-2018 - University of Cambridge, BA (Hons) Architecture



2024  Massimo de Carlo, Paris, France 

2023  Immersed, Jack Siebert Projects, Los Angeles, USA (group)

2023  Whitechapel Gallery Art Icon Charity Auction

2022  Moments of Calm, JARILAGER Gallery, Seoul, South Korea (solo)

2022  High Humanity, Jack Siebert Projects, Paris, France (group)

2022  Kiaf SEOUL Art Fair, JARILAGER Gallery, Seoul, South Korea

2022  What Now?, PM/AM Gallery, London, UK (group)

2021  What Lies Beyond, UNION Gallery, London, UK (solo) 

2021  Eye of the Collector Art Fair, Two Temple Place, London, UK

2021  Margins, Curated by Matthew Burrows MBE, Rye Creative Centre, Rye, UK (group)

2021  Fresh Perspectives, The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), London, UK



Schuldham Plate, Gonville and Caius College.

Purcell Prize for exceptional drawing and representational ability.

Senior Scholarship, Gonville and Caius College.

Winifred Georgina Holgate Pollard Memorial Prize for outstanding performance in the Architecture Tripos.

Emma Sclater Prize for Architecture.