Tamsin Relly is a London based visual artist who works across a range of media including painting, print-making and photography. South Africa born, she moved to London in 2009 and received her Masters in Fine Art at City & Guilds of London Art School in 2011. Relly’s work has been exhibited and collected widely in the United Kingdom and internationally.
Recent solo exhibitions have been held at The House of St Barnabas and The Place Downstairs in London. Her work has been included in group shows at The Royal Academy of Arts, Ronchini and T J Boulting in London; SMITH, Cape Town and Galerie Rue Visconti, Paris. Artist residencies include Arteles, Finland (2016), RE·THINK: Environment, National Maritime Museum, London (2015), Pocantico, Rockefeller Brother Fund, New York (2015), and The Arctic Circle, Svalbard (2014). Relly was shortlisted for the Denton’s Art Prize in 2016.