Pippa El-Kadhi Brown is a London based artist who explores the enigmatic dialogue between domestic space, consciousness, and the human psyche.
She studied BA Painting at The University of Brighton, School of Art (2018). Her work has been exhibited internationally, most recently at CBU Gallery for her Solo Exhibition Where the Dust Settles (2022), Taipei, Taiwan. Other solo exhibitions include Around You, Within You, or Nowhere at All (2020), Ashurst, London, and House Plants (2019), Creekside Projects, London. She is currently showing in Fancy a Bite? (2022) with Studio West Gallery, London.
She received The Ali H. Alazzi Scholarship Award (2020), The Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize (2020), The Art Pegazs Taste of Life Award (2019), The Creekside Graduate Studio Award (2019) and has recently been shortlisted for the Chadwell Award (2022).
She has taken part in residencies internationally; Organhaus Residency (2019), Chongqing, China and the Creekside Graduate Studio Residency (2019), London, UK, and has an upcoming residency with Artpegazs' Artfarm Liepaja in Liepaja, Latvia.
She has been featured by Made in Bed, Where’s The Frame and She Curates.