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Liam Fallon


Liam Fallon (b. 1995) was born In Stoke on Trent and now lives and works in Manchester. He Graduated from Manchester School of Art in 2017 and has gone on to exhibit both nationally and internationally including Voidoid Archive, Glasgow, Sluice Art Fair, New York and DUVE Berlin. Shortly after graduating, he was awarded 2nd place at the Woon Prize and in both 2018 and 2020, was shortlisted for the Mark Tanner Sculpture Prize. In 2019 he was one of the first 10 recipients to be awarded the Pangaea Sculpture production award and in 2020 was one of the recipients of the Henry Moore foundation Artist Awards. In 2021 he will be taking part in a group show in Milan as well as opening his first solo show in London in October 2021.


Manchester Metropolitan University, 2017

Newcastle Under Lyme College, 2014


Solo show at Castor Projects, London, 2021

Milan Sessions, Carl Kostyál, Milan, 2021

Group Show, Everyday Gallery, Antwerp, 2020

Somewhere In Between, Duve Berlin, Berlin, 2020

Courtship, PINK, Manchester, 2020

Everyday is Sunday, UTA Artist Space, Los Angeles, 2020

Supersymmetry, The Turnpike, Manchester, 2019

Something Borrowed, Something New, Plastic Murs, Valencia, 2019

State of the Arts, Selfridges, Manchester

Guts Gallery Launch, Ugly Duck, London

Nomadic Vitrine, Recent Activity, Birmingham, 2018

Beginnings, National Assembly, Seoul, 2017

On Plein Air, 12 Ø collective, London

Shy Bairns, Caustic Coastal, Manchester

Woon Foundation Painting and Sculpture Prize, Baltic 39, Newcastle

You’re Reading Into It, Vane Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne

The Worst Seats In The House, ITS KIND OF HARD TO EXPLAIN, London

Exchange Rates, Sluice Art Fair, New York, 2016

Bough Objects, Voidoid Archive, Glasgow

Heaven Is a Place Where Nothing Ever Happens, The Holden Gallery, Manchester

#OH!TELL, Caustic Coastal, The Britannia Hotel, Manchester


Mark Tanner Sculpture Prize (Shortlisted), 2020

Henry Moore Foundation Artist Award (Winner)

Pangaea Sculpture Production Award (Winner), 2019

Mark Tanner Sculpture Prize (Shortlisted), 2018

Lim Ai Fang Award (winner), 2017

Manchester Academy of Fine Art (Winner), 2017

Manchester School of Art Graduate Award (Winner), 2017