Liz Neal

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Liz Neal (born 1973) is an artist based in London.

Neal grew up in North Wales. She makes paintings and installations which reference sexual, consumer and fantasy imagery.[1][2] The room was later re-constructed in the prominent 2001 Martin Maloney-curated exhibition Death to the Fascist Insect That Prays on the Life of the People at Anthony d'Offay Gallery.[3]

Selected exhibitions[edit]


An Archaeology, 176, London


404 Arte Contemporanea, Naples

M'ars, Moscow

Dolore, curated by Klarita Pandolfi with Harry Pye, Sartorial Contemporary Art, London


New Blood, Saatchi Gallery, London

Collaboration with Nick Knight at SHOWstudio: Lotus Eater, STORE, London and Room, Transition Gallery, London

The Ragged School, London


Saatchi Gallery, London

Gloriana, One in the Other, London


Death to the Fascist Insect, Anthony D'Offay Gallery, London


RCA Secret, Royal College of Art, London


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  2. ^ Lotus Eater press release from STORE Gallery
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