Sophie Smallhorn was born in 1971 and is an artist and consultant. She exhibits internationally and is commissioned by both private and corporate clients. Her work explores the relationships between colour, volume and proportion. Sophie currently lives and works in London.

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2022

Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy
Commission for Adult Cancer Wards for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
‘Assemblages 1, 2 + 3’ exhibited Brooklyn, New York

2021


‘Assemblages 1, 2 + 3’ Commissioned pieces for 100 Bishopsgate

2020

Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy
‘Not Accepting Contactless’, colour consultancy for exhibition at V&A Dundee, Scotland

2019

‘Abstract’, new screen prints for COS at Coal Drops
Yard, London

2018

COS x Sophie Smallhorn, A collaboration to create five site specific sculptural pieces across five world wide stores

2017

‘100 Prints’, an exhibition of 100 one-off screen prints exhibited at Tea Building, Derwent London
Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy

2015

Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy

2014

Solo exhibition at Galerie Wenger, Zurich
‘Is it Wood? / a yw’n bren?’ Group exhibition at Ruthin Craft Centre, Wales
‘To start a conversation across a crowded room’
Contemporary British Printmaking @ Smiths Row

2013

Completion of Glass Canopy commission for Land Securities. Victoria, London

2012

Completion of the wrap for the Olympic Stadium, London
‘Bauhaus Live’, group exhibition at The Aram Gallery, London

2011

‘ColourWare’, exhibited as part of Collect, Saatchi Gallery London. A collaboration with Sebastian Bergne
‘Notes on colour’, an exhibition of 100 screen prints, Project Space, Great Western Studios
Completion of exterior mural, Basel Switzerland
Commission for glass canopy in London with Pelli Clark Pelli Architects. Completion 2013

2008 – 2011

2012 Olympic Stadium, a collaboration with Populous Architects to design a colour spectrum for the interior and exterior of the building.

2009

‘Significant Colour’, Group Exhibition at The Aram Gallery

2008

Chalk Hill Contemporary Art

2006

‘Colour Bands’, Vinyl Installation at Canary Wharf

2005

‘Colour and Perception’, Colour + Chemistry series
at Sherborne House, Dorset
Rochester Row public Art commission for Westminster Council
Colour work for Emirate Stadium with HOK

2003

‘Sculpture— A Spectator Sport’, contemporary sculpture at Bryanston Park
RIBA Panopticon, a collaboration with
Jo Rippon Architects

2002

‘New Work/New Prints’, Pentagram Gallery, London
Solo Exhibition, Seven Worcester Terrace, Bath
‘Painting Zero Degree’, Exhibited throughout USA, curated by Carlos Basualdo

2001

‘Four’, Michael Martin Gallery, San Francisco Government Art Collection

2000

‘Is There Anyone Home?’, Galerie Zurcher, Paris
Solo Exhibition, Galerie Olivier Houg, Lyon
‘12 x 12 x 12’, Pentagram Gallery, London
‘20 Flags’, Installation for Somerset House, London

1999

Installation for Kenzo, London
Installation for Christophe Delcourt, Paris
‘London Calling’, Michael Martin Gallery, San Francisco
Installation for Paul Smith, London
Solo exhibition, Colette, Paris
Installation at Concept House, Pierre d’Avoine
Architects, London
Solo Exhibition, Francis Graham Dixon Gallery, London
‘No. 43’ Sculpture at Goodwood
Installation for interior at Comme des Garcons flagship store, Tokyo

1998

Arts for Health Project, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London
Solo Exhibition, 63 Ledbury Road, London
Installation for exterior at Comme des Garcons
store, Tokyo

1994

Arts for Health Project, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London


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