by George Morton-Clark

Coming soon

An exhibition of George’s work inspired by music that represents pivotal times in his life and career will be coming to London.


( More details coming soon. )


Reserve your tickets to the launch event below.

Previous Exhibitions

Year Exhibition Gallery/Museum Solo/Group 



    Group show, Opera Gallery, Singapore
Group show,Artual, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Africa
Moniker Art Fair, New York, USA
      Group show, Artual gallery, Beirut


Artual, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Africa
Arms Around The Child with Christies Auction house, London
Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London
Summer Exhibition, Maddox Gallery, London
Knots Rugs, London, Chelsea, Nepalese hand made of a rug selected painting
Design Week in Lebanon , Group


MARR x George Morton-Clark Clothing line with MARR London, Collaboration
Group Show Spring, Vertes Modern, Switzerland, Group
Group Show Winter, Vertes Modern, Switzerland, Group


 Kunst Art Fair, Vertes Modern, Zurich, Group
 Contemporary Painters, Vertes modern, Zurich, Group
 Virtue Of Fools, Galerie Flash, Munich, Group
  Stroke Art fair, Galerie Flash, Munich, Group
 Art Guitars, Cuckoo Club Regent Street, London, Group
 Seven Deadly Sins, Unit gallery, London, Group
The Devil’s Cabinet, Imitate Modern gallery, London, Solo


All You Need Is Art, Galerie Flash, Munich, Group
  UTOPIA, Unit Gallery, London, Group
 The UNIT, London, Group
DADA’S Little Bitch, London, Group
 London Portraits, Galerie Flash, Munich, Group
 Macmillan Cancer Auction, London, Group
 International Music Summit, Ibiza, Group
 The Multiple Sclerosis Society 60 years Auction,  Bristol, UK Group


1 Year, Galerie flash, Munich, Group
 Brit Week, Los Angeles, Group
 Art Mosh, Munich, Group
 Factory Project, Hospital club, London, Group 


 Underdog Gallery, London Bridge, Group
 Less Than Zero, Virgin Islands, Group
 See No Evil, Bristol, Group
 Urban In Ibiza, Azerto Hotel, Ibiza, Group
 Factory Project, Red Bull Studios, London, Group
 Unknown, Whisper Gallery, London, Group


From L, Lille, France, Group
 Red propeller, England, Group
 Mad Artist Tea Party, Future gallery, London, Group
 Geshia, London v Brighton, Brighton, Group
Art Against Knives with Honda, Truman Brewery London, Group


Mutate Britain, West London, Group
 Represent Blackall Studios, London, Group
 The Show Must Go On, Urban Angel, London, Group


Cover Magazine,

Fault Magazine,

Penguin Essentials, The Reluctant Fundamentilst,

Walls and Frames, fine art for the streets, 

Broken culture, 

Wall Street Journal,

Stated magazine,


Woof magazine, 

Art nouveau, 

The visual art beat magazine, front cover, 

France’s national newspaper, 

Lost at E minor, 

Rooms magazine,

Open magazine, 

Evening Standard,

Bizarre magazine, 

Art daily, 

The Australian,

Russian national television, 


Open magazine, 

Evening standard magazine,

The independent, 

Independent interview, 

VNA magazine,


Viper magazine, 

DCP magazine, 


Empty kingdom, 

Wooster collective, 

Wines and Bowties, 

Slamxhype magazine, 



The Independent,

Juxtapoz magazine, 

About George

Jean-David Malat, director Opera gallery London – “George Morton-Clark has a very unique and recognisable  style, his paintings are very strong and is a very talented young artist”

George Morton-Clark was born and raised in Tooting, South London; a descendant of Sir Joshua Reynolds, the founder, and first president of the Royal Academy of Arts.

Now based in East London he has exhibited and sold works across the US, Germany, France, Switzerland and the UK, alongside the likes of George Condo, Tracey Emin, Andrew Salgado and Damien Hurst. He has also collaborated with major brands including DeLonghi, The Macmillan Cancer Trust and Penguin Books.

His works are large and bold canvases of oil and acrylic within a contemporary abstract form with influences from his travels to films, music and even lucid dreams.

“I want my art to excite people. I know I have created a decent painting when I look at it and feel my pupils dilate. I want the same to happen to the viewer and for them to experience something similar to what I did while painting it”.
– George Morton-Clark

George’s future projects include the release of a Penguin Essentials book cover for Mohsin Hamid’s “The Reluctant Fundamentalist.” A collaboration with Chelsea-based Knots Rugs, and his solo exhibition “Music,” inspired by pivotal songs of his life and career – coming to London.  More information coming soon.


by George Morton-Clark

Coming soon

An exhibition of George’s work inspired by music that represents pivotal times in his life and career.
For more information…




@ georgemortonclark

Come and follow me on Instagram!



[email protected]


For buyer enquiries please email: [email protected]  and for everything else, just fill out the form on the right and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Many Thanks.

Sorry but if you have been trying to reach us through the contact form from 5/03/2018- 4/07/2018 we have realised there was a technical difficulty and were only receiving some mail.  Please note it is working perfectly now.

Sign up for the newsletter