Josephine Baker (b. 1990, London, UK) is an artist based in London, and works through sculpture, installation, drawing, and poetry. Using readily-available building and landscaping materials, she composes physical metaphors for how the natural earth is represented in a capitalocentric world. Baker completed her undergraduate studies at Central Saint Martins in London in 2012, and her postgraduate in 2017 from the Royal Academy Schools, London. She was a 12-month resident award holder at British School at Rome 2017–18 (Sainsbury Scholarship in Painting and Sculpture), and was shortlisted for the 2019 Mark Tanner Sculpture Award. Recent exhibitions include: Outfallers, Nir Altman, Munich 2022;Wallwerk, Nir Altman, Munich 2021; The Land Lies, ChertLüdde, Berlin, 2020 (solo); well, well, well…, Sundy, London, 2020; Wreck or Ruin, V.O Curations, London, 2020; Islands, Kupfer, London, 2019 (solo); Correction, Tintype, London, 2019 (solo); Sheltering Sky, GAO gallery, London, 2019.

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Nir Altman, Munich
14th January – 5 March 2022

Nir Altman, Munich
26th February – 17th April, 2021

Kupfer Project Space, London
22nd September – 14th October, 2019

Sheltering Sky
With Kira Freije and Tom Worsfold
GAO Gallery, London
 Feb 2019