Turps Studio Programme Mentor 2015-present
Turps Correspondence Course Mentor 2015-present
NEAL TAIT lives and works in London. His work has been exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally. Solo exhibitions include Any Light Passing Thru sets Fire to my Eyes, A–Reetrospective, Peles Empire, London, 2013; Neal Tait, new paintings, Galleria Marabini, Bologna; The Battle for Middle You, Simon Oldfield, London, 2012; Les Toits de Parise, White Cube, London (2009); Neal Tait, Sies+Höke Gallery, Dusseldorf, 2008; The Dressmaker Who Lived on the Outskirts, Tanya Bonakdar Gallery New York 2008; Tambalamb, ACME, Los Angeles 2007; Dark Mutter, Museum DhondtDhaenens, Belgium 2006; Now is the discount of our winter tents, White Cube, London (2006). His work has also been shown in numerous group exhibitions including Encounter I May or May Not Have Had with Peter Berlin, curated by Caroline May, Vamiali’s, Athens 2017; The Wanderings of Oisin curated Joshua Sex, Basic Space, Dublin, 2015; From fly on the wall, to fly in my soup, curated Phillip Allen, Galerie Dukan,Paris, 2015; Suspicion, Jerwood Space Gallery London, 2014; The World of Gimel. How to Make Objects Talk Kunsthaus Graz, Austria 2011; Watercolour at Tate Britain in London 2011, A Terrible Beauty is Born, 11th Lyon Biennale in France 2011; Among Flesh, Alison Jacques Gallery, London 2011; Hoch Hinaus at Kunstmuseum Thun, Switzerland 2005; Direct Painting at Kunsthalle Mannheim in Germany, 2004, Painting on the Move at Kunsthalle Basel in Switzerland 2001. Neal Tait’s work is in the British Council Collection and the Kunsthalle Mannheim Collection. Publications include Neal Tait, published by Other Criteria with texts by Michael Bracewell and Jeremy Millar. Neal Tait, published by the Douglas Hyde Gallery, with texts by John Hutchinson and Peter Pakesch.