Victoria Cantons

Cantons is a BA Painting graduate of Wimbledon College of Arts, UAL, (2017) and Turps Art School (2018). She received the Felix Slade Scholarship in 2018, and completed her MFA in Painting being awarded a distinction at Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, in 2021. She previously studied Drama for the Stage and Screen at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA South). Cantons lives and works in London, and her work is held in private collections internationally. She featured in White Cube Gallery’s Tomorrow London show (2020) and as one of six artists to watch in the Financial Times’s How To Spend it Magazine (May 2021). Cantons also curated Slade masters graduates in London Grads Now (2020) at the Saatchi Gallery and in New Futures Digital: Slade (2021 ) at Kovet.art Gallery.

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Victoria Cantons, A way to keep what’s vital from being lost or Sometimes all I think about is you, 2021,

Oil on linen

50 x 45 cm

Victoria Cantons, Semaphore or A place of mutual exposure, 2021

Oil on linen

50 x 45 cm

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Victoria Cantons, The heart is not just an organ, 2020

Oil on linen

220 x 190 cm

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Victoria Cantons, What survives of us, 2020

Oil on linen

170 x 150 cm