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Miroslav Pomichal


Miroslav Pomichal was born in 1984 in Czechoslovakia. He works in London, Sherborne in Dorset, and Velka Lehota in Slovakia. He studied Art History at the Courtauld Institute and Fine Art at Wimbledon School of Art. 


Miroslav works across media, including sculpture, installation, print and digital work. His primary medium is painting. His recent work explores the ideas of ruin, age, solidity and permanence through the metaphor of the medieval. This is continually undermined in his work by the transience, disembodiment, transcendence, or symbolism inherent in the metaphor, but also in the act of artmaking and the medium itself.  

Miroslav has had his work acquired my the Ingram collection of British modern art and was chosen to assist in the judging of the collection's Purchase Prize when it was first set up. His solo exhibitions include those with Aleph Contemporary London (with Archie Franks), Three Works Scarborough (with Ana Milenkovic), Griffin Gallery London, Kun Kelemen Fine Arts Bratislava, and Flatgallery Bratislava. Group shows include those at Bratislava City Gallery, Leopold Museum Vienna, Newlyn Gallery Newlyn, and Institute of Conteporary Arts London.  

Selected Exhibitions

The Holy Grail, OHSH Projects London (2021)

The Stifled Cry, Archie Franks and Miroslav Pomichal, Aleph Contemporary London with essay by Sacha Craddock (2021)

Art Theorema #1, curated by Claudio Scoretti and Irina Ungureanu, Gallerie delle Prigioni, Treviso (2020)

The Just, curated by Dan Coombs, Aleph Contemporary (online) (2020)

The Last Day Revisited, Aleph Contemporary, Artsy (online) (2020)

Ana Milenkovic I Miroslav Pomichal, Three Works Scarborough (2020)

Disruption, Object Space Gallery, Spokane, Washington, curated by Benjamin Heiken (2020)

Paper Cuts, Kristian Day, Saatchi Gallery, London(2018)

The Ghost Tide, curated by Sarah Sparkes and Monika Bobinska, Thames-Side Gallery, London (2018)

Furta Sacra, Bratislava City Gallery (Pálffy Palace), Bratislava (2018)

A Look From the Bridge: Contemporary Slovak Artists, Luciano Benetton Collection, Salone degli Incanti, Trieste (2018)

The Picture Book of Ehrenfried of Entenbeurgh (solo, book launch), Griffin Gallery, London (2018)

Winter Selection 6 – Flatgallery, Bratislava(2017)

Art Vienna, Leopold Museum, Vienna, with Kun Kelemen Fine Arts (2017)

Duino Elegies (Solo show), Kun Kelemen Fine Arts, Bratislava (2017)

Mountridge Art Foundation Purchase Prize, Cello Factory, London (2016)

Living Like a God (Solo show), CANAL, London(2016)

Kaukazske Malovanky (Solo show), Flatgallery, Bratislava (2016)

Bodies!, Ingram Collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art, Lightbox Museum and Gallery, Woking (2015)

Bloomberg New Contemporaries, Newlyn Art Gallery, Newlyn (2015)



Hymn to Demeter, 120 x 80 cm, oil on canvas, image courtesy of Nicholas Wells – Aleph Contemporary (2020)

Installation view - Three Works Scarborough

Time At Hogchester Arts

Summary to follow residency



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