Stone’s work explores the disintegration of traditional modes of representation and seeks to break with its conventions. He approaches this through the manipulation of scale from the intimate to the monumental and explores the compound nature of form and medium. His work resonates with a range of influences from art history to popular culture. Stone lives and works in London.
CV & Education
Summary: Stone lives and works in London.
Stone is a London based artist who received an MA from Central Saint Martins. He is included in the museum exhibition Nature Morte, curated by Michael Petry, currently touring to Norway, 2015, Sweden, 2016, Belgium, 2017, returning to London in 2018.
Recent solo exhibitions include gleam at Kristin Hjellegjerde, London (2014), the end of england, Galleries Goldstein, London; new portrait capes, The Horse Hospital, London and a walk at dusk and dawn, Burgh House, London (all 2012).
Recent group exhibitions and commissions include Ruins (with Saad Qureshi) at Kristin Hjellegjerde, London (2013) and Old Master Dialogues, Collyer Bristow, London (commission, 2013).
Stone is the recipient of numerous awards and prizes including an Arts Council England award for a significant phase of research and development (2013) as well as a Scholarship at Fonderia Mariana, Italy (2014) awarded by the Royal British Society of Sculptors and the Brian Mercer Charitable Trust.
In 2012 he was a finalist for Anthology at CHARLIE SMITH London and shortlisted for the Beers Contemporary Art Award. In 2011 he was selected for The Threadneedle Prize for Painting and Sculpture.
Recent works are included in Nature Morte, by Michael Petry, published by Thames & Hudson, Hirmer and Ludion (2013). His works are also in collections in the UK, Europe and United States.