Mathew Sawyer

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Mathew John Sawyer (born 1977 Hammersmith, England) is a British visual artist and musician, who lives and works in London. Sawyer studied at Chelsea College of Art and Design and the Royal College of Art in London.

His band 'Mathew Sawyer and The Ghosts' are signed to Fire Records.[1] They have three albums available: 'Blue Birds Blood' (2007) originally released on Stolen Recordings and Catbird Records (US), 'How Snakes Eat' (2010)[2] and 'Sleep Dreamt A Brother' (2013).

Sawyer was a member of Television Personalities for their 2006 My Dark Places, released on Domino Records. In 2007 'Mathew Sawyer and The Ghosts' played the Queen Elizabeth Hall as part of the Meltdown (festival) curated by Jarvis Cocker.

Sawyer's artwork has been shown internationally in solo, and group exhibitions, including The Distance Between Me and You (Lisson Gallery), Documentary Creations (Museum of Art Luzern), Protest and Survive (Whitechapel Art Gallery) and Frieze Art Fair.


  1. ^ "Artists page". 
  2. ^ "How Snakes Eat – album review". 

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