Amba Sayal-Bennett

Born in 1991, London, UK
Lives and works in London, UK


2014 – 2018 PhD, Art Practice & Learning, Goldsmiths, UK
2012 – 2013 MA, History of Art, The Courtauld Institute of Art, UK
2009 – 2012 BFA, Fine Art, Oxford University, UK

Solo Exhibitions (selected)

Carbon 12, Dubai
“Untitled”, Monuments, Nathalie Karg Gallery, San Francisco
“Diffraction Metis”, Yve Yang Gallery, Boston
“Deft Nodes”, Lundgren Gallery, Palma de Mallorca
“Broad Bath”, ASC Gallery, London
“Parallax”, CAL: Centre for Arts and Learning, Goldsmiths, London
“Users and Borrowers and Keepers”, Lundgren Gallery, Palma de Mallorca
“Projections”, The Project Space, Oxford

Group Exhibitions (selected)

“Backdrop: London”, ASC Gallery, London
“As You Can See”, Exhibit 320, Delhi
“Backdrop: Berlin”, Wilsnacker Strasse, Berlin
“Mind Out”, A.P.T. Gallery, London
“UK/raine: Emerging Artists From the UK and Ukraine”, Saatchi Gallery, London “Xenotpoia”, Gibberd Gallery, Harlow, UK
“Avant-Craft”, Pal Zileri, London
“Twentieth”, A.P.T. Gallery, London
“Mineshaft”, WW2 Bunker, London
“Old Rope”, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London
“Artworks Open”, Barbican Arts Group Trust, London
“English Breakfast”, Rizzordi Loft, St. Petersburg
“Morphol Scowl”, Piccadilly Place, Manchester
“Switch”, Pulchri Studio, Den Haag, Netherlands
“Saatchi New Sensations”, Victoria House, London
“The Ruskin Degree Show”, The Old Power Station, Oxford
“Interim Show”, The Old Bookbinders, Oxford
“Something On At The Rag Factory”, The Rag Factory, London

Collections (selected)

Saatchi Collection, UK
Western Art Print Room Collection, Ashmolean Museum, UK


2014 – 2016, Graduate Studio Award, A.P.T
2014, Short-listed, Griffin Art Prize, Griffin Gallery,
2014, WW SOLO Award, WW Gallery
2012, Short-listed, Red Mansion Art Prize
2012, The Ives Prize, The Queen’s College, Oxford
2012, The Vivien Leigh Prize, The Ashmolean Museum
2011, Short-listed, The Slingsby Prize, The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford 2010, The Michel Scholarship, The Queen’s College, Oxford
2010, The Geoffrey Rhodes Prize, The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford