b. North Wales
Works   |   Exhibitions featuring Mali Morris
 Mali Morris was born in North Wales and studied Fine Art at the Universities of Newcastle upon Tyne and Reading. Her first major solo exhibitions were at the Serpentine Summer Show 3, London (1977) and the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, (1979). She has shown extensively since then in twenty-five solo shows, and has taken part in many group exhibitions, at Whitechapel Art Gallery, Serpentine Gallery, Hayward Gallery, and the Barbican in London, at the Walker Art Gallery, in Liverpool, and a number overseas. There have been three solo shows in Tokyo (2000, 2004 and 2005) and two at Robert Steele Gallery Project Room, New York (2005, 2007). Angel Row Gallery Nottingham organized a touring show in 2002-3. Mali Morris: Work From Four Decades was at the Poussin Gallery, London, (2005) and Mali Morris: New Paintings (2008).

Mali Morris’s work is in private, corporate and public collections worldwide, including the Arts Council England, British Council, Contemporary Arts Society, Government Art Collection, and the Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester. She has received awards from the Arts Council England, British Council, DAIWA Anglo-Japanese Foundation, GLAA, Elephant Trust, with Research Awards from the University of Reading and Chelsea College of Art and Design, and the Lorne Award. In May 2007 she was a prizewinner at Creekside Open x 2, selected by Emma Biggs and Matthew Collings.

She has taught and examined at many departments of fine art, including the University of Reading, Royal College of Art, Slade School of Art, and Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts, London, where she was Senior Lecturer in Painting from 1991–2005.

Mali Morris lives and works in London.

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