Antonia Showering

British artist Antonia Showering (b. 1991) is known for her richly layered depictions of family members in landscape settings, deployed in warm, velvety washes of red, orange, and green. Ambiguous yet psychologically charged, Showering’s paintings err between the abstract and the allegorical. Showering holds a BA with honors from City and Guilds of London Art School (2016) and an MFA in Fine Art from Slade School of Fine Art (2018).

She has been the focus of multiple solo exhibitions, including In Real Life, Timothy Taylor, London; Holding Hands, Union Gallery, London; Whitechapel Gallery's annual Art Icon auction, London; Dwelling Is The Light, Timothy Taylor, London; Adieu to Old England, The Kids are Alright, Choi and Lager, Cologne; Society, Chalton Gallery, London; In Verse, Soho Revue, London; Out Of This World, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, and more. Showering was the recipient of the New Contemporaries x SPACE Studio Bursary Award in 2018, The Great Women Artists Residency at Palazzo Monti in 2018, and the 2018 Henry Tonks Award.