Dickon Drury (b. 1986, Salisbury) lives and works in London. He is a graduate of the Slade School of Fine Art and a recipient of the Slade School of Fine Art, Desiree Painting Prize (2016). Recent solo exhibitions include: Time Flies Like an Arrow, Fruit Flies Like a Banana, Kendall Koppe, Glasgow (2021); Dickon Drury, Condo London, Koppe Astner at Carlos Ishikwa, London (2020); To Be The Key, Galleri Opdhal, Stavanger (2019); Art Review Asia Xian Chang section at Westbund, with Koppe Astner, Shanghai (2018); Tennis Elbow, The Journal Gallery, New York (2018); Holed Up, Galleri Opdhal, Stavanger (2018); If The Sea Was Whiskey, Frutta Gallery, Rome (2017); The Who‘s Who of Whos, Koppe Astner, Glasgow (2016); Optics Don‘t Make Marks, Spike Island Project Space, Bristol. Selected group exhibitions include: Midnight Murmurs, Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles (2022); My Kid Could’ve Done That!, The Edge, Bath (2021); Generation Y, Platform Foundation, London (2019); A New Kitchen Sink, Josh Lilley, London (2017).