Hong Kong 2018
Miami Beach 2018

Josh Lilley
Josh Lilley opened in Fitzrovia in May 2009. More than 80 exhibitions have been presented, including multiple solo shows for Nick Goss, Analia Saban, Kathleen Ryan and Peter Linde Busk. In addition to gallery artist shows, the gallery focuses on discourse-oriented group exhibitions: February 2018’s “I Had the Landscape in My Arms” — with artists from Annabeth Rosen (b. 1957) to Holly Hendry (b. 1990) — considered contemporary tendencies toward compression and encapsulation among international female sculptors; and July 2018's "Fun House" approached delirium the processing of information in a saturated age across a range of international artists working in the flat picture plane including Farah Atassi, John Seal, Sayre Gomez and Derek Fordjour. The June 2019 exhibition "Stains on a Decade" featured 32 artists who have shown at the gallery over the past decade, from Aliza Nisenbaum to Hurvin Anderson. Recent gallery programming highlights include the first gallery exhibition for Austrian sculptor Sarah Pichlkostner, whom we introduced at our 2015 Fiac Lafayette presentation while the artist was still a student at De Ateliers in Amsterdam, and Alex Da Corte's gallery exhibition "Bad Land", which traveled to the Kölnischer Kunstverein in April 2018. Notable programming and collaboration for 2019 includes the UK solo debut for American painter Derek Fordjour (following his Nova presentation with the gallery at Art Basel Miami Beach 2018); the UK solo debut for American painter and sculptor Alake Shilling; the first solo museum exhibition for Nick Goss, at Pallant House, UK (with accompanying monograph co-published with Koenig Books, London); the first solo museums exhibitions in the US and UK for Kathleen Ryan, at the MIT List Visual Arts Center and New Art Gallery, Walsall; the gallery’s fourth presentation at Frieze New York and first presentation at Frieze London.