“THE VOICE OF AN
ANXIETY GENERATION”

– Shortlist

“TO CUT THROUGH OUR CYNICISM AND 

GIVE IMAGES AGAIN THE POWER TO DISTURB 

IS QUITE A FEAT; THAT SEMPLE MANAGES IT

VIA THE MEDIUM OF PAINT IS EVEN MORE IMPRESSIVE”

– Modern Painters

“A MODERN-DAY ANDY WARHOL

– Independent

“SOMETIMES GHOULISH AND HARSH, SOMETIMES SACCHARINE AND FILTERED, HIS GARDEN OF FORCED PERSPECTIVES AND COMPROMISED TERTIARY PALETTES FEELS LIKE AN EXPRESSIONISTIC PORTRAIT OF THE INTERNET ITSELF”

– Art Ltd

“The offspring of Andy Warhol & Jeff Koons

as styled by MTV”

– ArtForum

“QUITE POSSIBLY

THE MOST VITAL 

PAINTER OF OUR AGE”

– New York Times

“BASQUIAT OF THE NOUGHTIES”

– Financial Times

StuartSemple

“THE VOICE OF AN
ANXIETY GENERATION”

– Shortlist

“A MODERN-DAY ANDY WARHOL

– Independent

“The offspring of Andy Warhol & Jeff Koons

as styled by MTV”

– ArtForum

“QUITE POSSIBLY

THE MOST VITAL 

PAINTER OF OUR AGE”

– New York Times

“BASQUIAT OF THE NOUGHTIES”

– Financial Times

StuartSemple
Stuart Semple (b. 1980) is a true artistic polymath and creative innovator. For almost two decades he has been a trailblazer for his generation. 

His work stems from an unrelenting curiosity that leads him to experiment with diverse media, methods and techniques across painting, public art, internet art, happenings, technology, chemistry and sculpture. He employs these methods to produce critically astute and sociologically engaged works that deal with the here and now, through a deep connection to cultural history. 

Despite being renowned globally for his challenging solo exhibitions in New York, Milan, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and London, Semple remains a hermetic cult figure working from a secluded studio on the south coast of England.

 
LATEST INTERVIEWS / REVIEWS: 

Flaunt magazine caught up with Stuart Semple to talk about painting, politics and life in a digital world.

“I’d hate to think that what I made changed people’s minds; that’s really not my responsibility.”

“If you were going to waste your life doing anything, painting pictures would be as bad an idea as anything else.”

flaunt magazine interview with Stuart SempleFlaunt magazine caught up with Stuart Semple to talk about painting, politics and life in a digital world.

“I’d hate to think that what I made changed people’s minds; that’s really not my responsibility.”

“If you were going to waste your life doing anything, painting pictures would be as bad an idea as anything else.”

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