James Harris (b. 1971) is a British artist known for his intricately constructed images that capture, rework and recombine the mathematics of both nature and that of the man made world. His work is currently on show at Rene Barownick’s space in London, and was recently in Pace Gallery New York. Other works have been exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Barbican Art Gallery, Gabrielle Ammann Gallery Cologne, and the London Design Museum. Collaborations and commissions include the Royal Academy, Domaine de Boisbuchet, Konstantin Grcic, Random International and Design Miami. James' works are held in the permanent collection of the V&A and numerous private collections worldwide.

 

2016  Pace Gallery, 537 West 24th Street, New York, large, framed photographic artwork. In conjunction with the Random International, On the Body, exhibition

 

2016  René Barownick, Marylebone, London, solo show, " Leafscapes ", 4 November 2016 - 30 January 2017

 

2013  London Design Museum, Designer of the Year Awards, framed photographic artwork, representing the Random International Rain Room

 

2012  Barbican Curve Gallery, framed photographic prints, representing the Random International Rain Room

 

2012  Gabrielle Ammann Gallery, DC Open Exhibition, framed photographic artwork

 

2011  Domaine de Boisbuchet ( Vitra / Centre Pompidou ) collaboration with Moritz Waldemeyer

 

2009  Gohan and Sabuk, Kang Won Do, South Korea, Artist in Residence,

 

2004  Victoria and Albert Museum, London,  photographic print in the permanent collection

 

1997  London, creating photographic artworks and working on commissioned projects

 

1996  Hong Kong and China, commissioned projects and photographic art projects

 

1995 Graduated, BA Hons, Fine Art, The University of Newcastle Upon Tyne