Charlotte Cousins


The Drowned Museum (2015)

The sea refuses no river (2015)
Even the names of stars are lost (2014)
Every wave has left it's echo here (2014)
I know that these will all be stories some day (2013)

With love from Nancy (2013)


Charlotte Cousins (Charlie)
Born in North Devon, 1990
Lives and works in London.

CURRENT: Slade School of Art and Design MFA Sculpture 2016-2018
First Class: BA(hons) Fine Art at Bath Spa University, 2010-2013

Curatorial/Research Projects

Home-Platform, Co-Founder and Curator, April 2014-Present  (

Solo Exhibitions

Pale Echo, Lauriston Arches Exhibition, Glasgow, August 2015
The Sea Refuses No River, The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow, June 2015
(RE)CURRENCIES, SNEHTA, Athens, Greece, May 2015
Even The Names of Stars are Lost, Spike Island Test Space, June 2014


UPCOMING: Mhor Fharr Residency, Scotland, April 2017
Interdisciplinary Residency, Hospitalfield, Arbroath, Scotland, March, 2016
SNEHTA Residency, Athens, Greece, April-May 2015

Selected Group Exhibitions

Slade Photo Clus Salon, London 2017
Slade Print Fair, London, October 2016
The Nostalgia Project, Bristol Biennial: Crossing the Line, Sep 2014
Vanilla, The Holbourne Museum, Bath July 2014
Aesthetica Art Prize 2014, St Mary’s, York 2014 (Long-Listed)
Etelage, AWOL Studios, IRIS Gallery, Manchester, May 2014
Past/Perfect, The Looking Glass Gallery, Bristol, August 2013
The World Did Not End, The Trueman Brewery, London, July 2013
Brace, Motorcade/FlashParade, Bristol, April 2013 (Co-Produced)
Archival- Walcot Chapel, February 2013
Nebulous- 18 Broad Street, Bath, June 2012

Awards and Nominations
Long-listed Artist for the Aesthetica Art Prize 2014
The Free Range Emerging Artists Award, July 2013
The “Outstanding Achievement” Student Prize in Fine Art, July 2013

30DII, So, If I Understand You Correctly, 2015
Aesthetica Art Prize 2014, Featured Artists, York, 2014

Contributor to YAC: Young Artists in Conversatios
Arts Writer and Contributor to Crack In The Road Arts Blog 2013
Contributor to Nom De Strip:  A Journal Of Arts And Culture In The South West 2013