Born In Ipswich, Suffolk, 1990 and currently living and working in Norwich, Norfolk. Liam Ashley Clark is a Bloomberg New Contemporary Artist 2019.
He works largely in painting, drawing and photography, as well as in collage, 3D and more. He also produces large scale murals, works as an illustrator and is a prolific zine maker.
His work takes influence from the D.I.Y. cultures and creators of skateboarding, punk, hip-hop and folk scenes and is inspired by a wide spectrum of interests including; politics, society, psychology, current events, youth culture and more.
His work has its roots in skateboarding, street art and folk art, but is also influenced by other contemporary and historical practices, it commonly contains a combination of image and text, a large use of colour and pattern, and often has an injection of humour.
2018 - 2019 - MA Fine Art - Norwich University of the Arts
2009 - 2012 - BA (Hons) Fine Art - Norwich University of the Arts
2019 - Some Reasons Things Have Become Horrible and Evil - Guillaume Daeppen, Basel, Switzerland
2018 - Ultraviolet Youthquake - Arts Centre, Norwich, UK
2020 - Das Leben Ist Schön - Guillaume Daeppen Gallery, Basel, Switzerland
2020 - TBA 005: Website - Online at www.tbaartistcollective.com
2020 - TBA 004: Church - St. Margarets Church, Norwich
2019/20 - Bloomberg New Contemporaries - South London Gallery, London
2019 - TBA 003: Merz - Nunn’s Yard, Norwich
2019 - Bloomberg New Contemporaries - Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds
2019 - MA Degree Show - NUA, Norwich
2019 - TBA 002: Occupation - Norwich
2019 - Lolcal News - OPEN, Norwich
2019 - Now That’s What I Call Love - The Photocopy Club X Hart Club, London
2019 - TBA: 001 - Nunn’s Yard, Norwich
2018 - Lost Generation III - Bene Culture, Birmingham
2018 - London Calling - The Photocopy Club at V3, London
2017 - Zines of The World - Truman Brewery, London
2016 - Xerox & Destroy 2 - The Photocopy Club at Unveil'd Festival, Exeter