Irvin Pascal

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Biography

Irvin Pascal (b. 1987) comes from London and lives and works in Sussex. His paintings, made from a combination of different materials, exhibit great texture and mostly dark colors. His sculptures have a specific monumentality and explore a field between the human body and abstraction. In some of his works Pascal uses a unique sculptural material (Pascollar), developed by the artist using, among other matters, his own hair. Pascal’s investigation of masculinity encompasses a lot of his own story: his past as a boxer, his African and Caribbean roots and even his own physical presence in the works of art he produces. Pascal has earned a MA in Fine Art by the University of Brighton and a BA in Architecture by University of Brighton. The artist was one of the Bloomberg New Contemporaries for 2017.

Permanent collections:
Simmons & Simmons LLP (UK)
Hogan Lovells International LLP (UK)



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Solo & Group Exhibitions

2020

No End to New Beginnings, County Gallery, Palm Beach (USA)


2019

The Nenaissance, Lagos, Eko Atlantic (Nigeria)

Crossroads, Saville Row, London (UK)

Young Monsters, Lychee One, London (UK)

Full English, Performance Marathon, Platform Southwark, London (UK)

NAE Open, New Art Exchange, Nottingham (UK)

The Flat Files, The Pit, Los Angeles (USA)

33 Bridges, Cork Street, Mayfair, London (UK)

BFAMI gala 2019, Sotheby’s, London (UK)

Art Los Angeles Contemporary 2019, Ever Gold [Projects], Los Angeles (USA)


2018

The Sweetest Taboo at GNYP Gallery, Berlin (Germany)

Defying the Narrative, Ever Gold [Projects], San Francisco (USA)

Material, The Cob Gallery, London (UK)

Talisman In The Age Of Difference, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London (UK)

After Cesaire/ Modern Tropiques, Platform Southwark, London (UK)

Marks Make Meaning: drawing across disciplines, Grand Parade gallery, Brighton (UK)

Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Block 33, London (UK)

BFAMI gala 2018, The Dorchester, London (UK)

BFAMI gala 2018, Phillips, Berkley Square, London (UK)

Is this wet p*$$¥ remix no get enemy, nothing like this love that I’m feeling, Niagara Falls project space, Brighton (UK)

The Long Count, Atkinson Gallery, Somerset (UK)


2017

The Long Count, Von Goetz Art, London (UK)

BHM, Latham Watkins, London (UK)

Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Baltic Center for Contemporary Art, Newcastle (UK)

PIAF, Copeland Gallery, London (UK)

Before Words, MAFA show, University of Brighton (UK)

MA and other Postgraduates Exhibition, Atkinson Gallery, Somerset (UK)


2015

An Ode to Black British Artistry, Hoxton Basement gallery, London (UK)


2014

Stars on canvas, Maddox Arts, London (UK)


Residencies

2019

La Brea Residency, Los Angeles (USA)