Shaun Stamp

Born in Wales, UK. Multiracial, Shaun Stamp describes himself as a product of colonial ghosts; African, European, Indian and Indigenous Caribbean. Often, his emotively visual work is shaped by the environment of past and present experiences, thoughts, dreams and ideas. His visual meaning is built as an expressive biographical structure. With this notion, Shaun allows the ideas to inform the medium, whether this be static or moving multi-media experiments, containing photography, sculpture, text, digital, installation, performative, site specific or collaborative. The overarching philosophy in his work unfolds an ongoing visual dialogue in understanding what it means to be human. His continuation also reflects and builds his interests in that of symbolism, confessionalism and alchemy; an aim to understand life between the man-made and natural worlds that surround us.

Shaun has exhibited internationally, with recent solo and group shows at Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (Germany), PH21 Photography Gallery (Budapest), Ras Al Khaimah Arts Festival (RAK), Turner Contemporary Museum (Margate), Sprigg Gallery (London), Chiara Williams Contemporary (London/Margate), Royal Ulster Academy (Ireland), Broom Hill Sculpture Park (Devon), Oriel Davies (Newtown), University of Fine Arts Armenia (Yerevan), Suiter Art Space (Seoul). He is a member of Tashkeel.


Selected Artworks

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Tashkeel Alserkal
Gallery, Unit 26, FN Designs, Alserkal Avenue
Sun-Thu 10am – 7pm, Fri 9am–12pm
(closed Saturdays & public holidays).

Makerspace, Unit 89, Alserkal Avenue
Sat-Thu 10am – 7pm
(closed Fridays & public holidays).

Tashkeel Nad Al Sheba
Nad Al Sheba 1
Temporarily closed for renovation

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