by George Morton-Clark

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Exhibitions Gallery/Museum/Solo/Art Fairs



Solo Show, Opera Gallery, Madrid, Spain


Powerlong Museum, GGallery, Shanghai, China
Solo Show, GGallery, Daejeon, South Korea
Group Show, Opera Gallery, Madrid, Spain


Solo Show, Opera Gallery, Singapore
Art 021, GGallery, Shanghai, China
Daegu Art Fair, GGallery, Daegu, South Korea
Busan Art Fair, GGallery, Busan, South Korea
Art Miami, Eternity Gallery, Miami, USA


Solo Show, Koo House Museum, GGallery, Seoul, South Korea
Art Miami, Opera Gallery, Miami, USA
Daegu Art Fair, GGallery, Daegu, South Korea
Busan Art Fair, GGallery, Busan, South Korea
KIAF, GGallery, Seoul, South Korea
Galleries Art Fair, GGallery, Seoul, South Korea
Art021, GGallery, Shanghai, China
DNA Art Fair, Shenzhen, China
Art Wynwood, Eternity Gallery, Palm Beach, USA


Context Art Fair, Eternity Gallery, Miami, USA
Wynwood Art Fair, Eternity Gallery, Miami, USA
Palm Beach Art Fair, Eternity Gallery, Florida, USA
Art Busan, GGallery, Busan, South Korea
KIAF Art Fair, GGallery, Seoul, South Korea
ART021 Art Fair, GGallery, Shanghai, China
Solo Show, Eternity Gallery, Paris, France
Solo Show, Opera Gallery, London, UK
Group Show, Opera Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon
Heart & Soul Auction, Paddle 8, London, UK
Rankin x WaterAid Project, London, UK
Art Tokyo, JPS Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Solo Show, JPS Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Group Show, JPS Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Group Show, Gin Huang Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan


Solo Show, GGallery, Seoul, South Korea
KIAF Art Fair, GGallery, Seoul, South Korea
Context Art Fair, Eternity Gallery, Miami, USA
Texas Contemporary, Eternity Gallery, Texas, USA
Group Show, Mirus Gallery, Denver, USA
Art Elysees, Opera Gallery, Paris, France
Duo Show, Opera Gallery, Hong Kong, China
Solo Show, Gin Huang Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan
Art Hamptons, Eternity Gallery, The Bridgehampton Museum, USA
Choose Love,  Help the Refugees, Auction, Somerset House, London, UK
Art New York, Eternity Gallery, New York, USA
Group show, Artual Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon
Miami Open, Eternity Gallery, Miami, USA
Art Wynwood, Opera Gallery, Miami, USA


Art Basel, Miami, USA
Urban Poetry, Group show, Opera Gallery, Dubai
Beirut Art Fair, Artual Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon
Unsanctioned: Voices Off The Wall, Group show, Opera Gallery, Singapore
Group show, Artual, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Africa
Moniker Art Fair, New York, USA
Group show, Artual gallery, Beirut, Lebanon


Artual, Abidjan, Ivory Coast, Africa
Arms Around The Child with Christie’s Auction House, London, UK
Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London, UK
Summer Exhibition, Maddox Gallery, London, UK
Knots Rugs, London, Chelsea, Nepalese hand made of a rug selected painting
Design Week, Beirut, Lebanon




Powerlong Museum, Shanghai, China

Zhi Museum, Chengdu, China

Koo House Museum, Seoul, South Korea

Orion Collection

Hoban Collection

Kolon Collection


Elle Decor,

Art In Culture,

Esquire Magazine,

Hypebeast Art,

Forbes Magazine,

Cover Magazine,

Fault Magazine,

Penguin Essentials – The Reluctant Fundamentalist,

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, 

Born in 1982 in Tooting, South London, British artist George Morton-Clark studied animation for three years at London University and completed his Bachelor of Arts at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design. After finishing his degree, he pursued an art career while still drawing inspiration from animation.

Morton-Clark brings his characters to life using oil, acrylic, and charcoal, usually on large canvases. His paintings and sculptures exude an abstract atmosphere of energy and liveliness, combining bold images and vibrant colours. He draws inspiration from films, music, travels, and pop imagery, blending abstract elements with figurative art and employing expressionistic techniques. Constantly seeking new directions for his work, Morton-Clark’s art is a fusion of various styles, continuously challenging the viewer and experience. Morton-Clark’s artwork taps into our nostalgic and universal connection with his familiar cartoonish figures, aiming to connect with everyday life. With their large eyes and exaggerated expressions, these characters evoke emotions from surprise to fear, intriguing us and eliciting our curiosity. The artist responds to this curiosity with an ambiguous simplicity. To fully appreciate his work, observing the content displayed on the canvas rather than searching for hidden meanings is essential. Instead of presenting grand themes about our time or attempting to fit into a specific art movement, Morton-Clark offers pieces that resemble uncomfortable and joyful moments. Embodying the charm of a finished painting and one still in progress, even the chaotic, exaggerated portions of his work are expressed with such a natural frankness that they are transformed into positive elements that inspire vitality and liveliness.

Morton Clark’s work is featured in prominent private and public collections throughout the US, Europe, the Middle East, and the Far East. His work has garnered high praise from Dr. Rolf Lauter, former Chief Curator and Deputy Director of the MMK Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt, Germany, for its genuine humility and sincerity. The artist has also collaborated with renowned brands such as DeLonghi, The Macmillan Cancer Trust, and Penguin Books. Morton-Clark’s artworks graced the Museums of Koo House Museum in Seoul in 2021 and the Powerlong Museum in Shanghai in May 2023.