< Jose Gomez


Jose Gomez is a contemporary visual artist who lives and works in London, UK. He moved to London in the year 2000. Natural of Seville, Spain, where he studied at the Seville Art School. His distinctive personal style expresses the vibrant spirit and atmosphere of his cultural surroundings.
As a dynamic and innovation-seeking artist, he evolves in each series of work that he makes, using different materials and techniques, which allow him to explore from various perspectives with energy and expression of freedom.
His artworks are hybrid paintings and sculptures. He studied Sculpture at the Camberwell College of Arts, obtaining a BA in 2012. Since then, his he have showed his artworks in solos and several group exhibitions around London and Spain.


2009 – 2012: Award BA (HONS) Sculpture. University of the Arts: Camberwell College of arts. London, UK
2008 – 2019: Award BTEC foundation Art and Design diploma. Lewisham College. London, UK
2007 – 2008: Award BTEC Art, Design and media. Westminster Kingsway College. London, UK
22 – 28 July, “Artist takeover” Studio 73 Gallery, London, UK
13 February – 29 March, 2 Self Portraits” La Botheca, Valencia, Spain
27 December – 11 February 2019, “Self-portraits” Jardin Urbano, Valencia, Spain
07 November – 21 December, “Self-portraits” Espacio Le Riz, Valencia, Spain
O5 – 30 October, “Self-portraits” Espacio Ronda Valencia, Valencia, Spain
12 January – 5 February. “Self-portraits” Just Off the Wall” Trip Space,
London, UK
30 April – 30 May. “Colores dame colores” Salome Gallery. London, UK
22 – 30 May, “Commixture” The Coffee Lover, London, UK
24 November – 24 November 2023. Azur Gallery, Online Exhibition
24 November – 19 December. “Subtexts” Azur Gallery, Madrid, Spain
05 – 12 August. “Gardenia – Nu Afro Erotic” Stanley Arts Centre, London, UK
11 – 17 July. “Queer Joy” Stanley Arts Centre, London, UK
04 February – 31 March. “Loudest Whispers” Old Diorama Arts Centre, London, UK
07 – 17 Oct. “Ecofeminism Festival”. Art Pavilion, Mile End Park, London, UK
30 July – 30 September. “Heterotopia”. (SEAS) The Ledward Centre, Brighton, UK
05 August – 05 September, “Re:store Re:new Re:imagine – Finding Balance Through art”. Willesden Gallery, London, UK
01 March – Ongoing, The new tenants. Around the hose productions, Online
08 – 26 February. “Re:store Re:new Re:imagine – Finding Balance Through art”. Online Exhibition
29 January – Ongoing. “The Virtual Art Fair – Fourth Edition”. Online
11 October – 11 November. “Artistic creation in times of Covid”. Diafano, Online
08 September – 08 October, Museum Virtual, Mundoarti, Online
04 September – Ongoing. ”The Virtual Art Fair – Third Edition”. Online
05 – 15 July, “Pride Exhibition” (PBHA) the Hub, London, UK
28 – 30 June, “MxMen, Positive masculinity festival” The Ugly Duck, London, UK
29 June – 10 July, “Contemporary Art Fair” Old Street Gallery” London, UK
06 – 08 June, London Pop Art Fair, Sunny Art Centre, London, UK
08 -11 March, “Sheroes” The Ugly Duck, London, UK
12 -15 October, “Tribe17”, Xoxo, OXO Tower Wharf, London, UK
19 May – 20 December. “Art at the Bridge #8 Construction – Destruction – Reconstruction” Tower Bridge Engine Rooms, London, UK
23 May – 23 July, “FT2” Actiu Showroom, London, UK
12 December – 30 January, “Winter Solstice” Salome Gallery. London, UK
07 – 12 November, “GFest Beyond Margins” Menier Gallery, London, UK
01 October – 2 October, “Tribe16” Ugly Duck, London, UK
20 May, “If the walls could speak”, event. Buster Mantis, London,UK


I am a visual artist, originally from Seville and based in London. I am mainly interested in creating artworks that call for the involvement of the viewers. I consider my cultural identity a significant inspiration for my work, as well as my everyday observations around London. For its variety of cultures and artistic movements, Seville is a rich source in gothic and Arab architecture based in geometric forms and baroque paintings and sculptures, which are a rich source of inspiration for me. The human figure, abstract creations and vivid colours are present in my artworks; it allows me to mix seemingly colourful abstract and figurative compositions with sculptural associations.