Tori Day

2016 MA Fine Art, University of Brighton
2008 Foundation Diploma Fine Art, Central Saint Martins
1997 MA Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge

Selected exhibitions

Liz May – A Personal Perspective (An exhibition of artworks chosen by Liz May to celebrate her 18 years at APT Gallery) – APT Gallery, London

Autumn – 35 North Gallery, Brighton

There Must be a Song that Doesn't Remind Me of You – 35 North Gallery, Brighton (duo show with Charlie Day)
Winter Show – Cameron Contemporary Gallery, Hove

All Square – Cameron Contemporary Gallery, Hove
Creekside Open II – APT Gallery, London (selected by Alison Wilding)
Creekside Open I – APT Gallery, London (selected by Jordan Baseman)
Painting [Now] – Studio One Gallery, London
Sluice_2017 Fundraiser, Division of Labour, London

Paper Cuts – Transition Gallery, London
Dixon’s Gavel Bash – Naked Eye Gallery, Hove
Disjecta Membra, Studio One Gallery, London
Masters Exhibition, University of Brighton, Brighton
Open House, Brighton Festival, Brighton
MA and Other Postgraduates, Atkinson Gallery, Somerset

Never Let Me Go, Studio One Gallery, London
Sluice_2015 Art Fair, Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London
Heads, Studio One Gallery, London
MA Interim Exhibition, University of Brighton, Brighton
Creekside Open – APT Gallery, London (selected by Richard Deacon)

MA and Other Postgraduates – The Atkinson Gallery, Somerset
Brighton Open House – University of Brighton
Wash – Resort Gallery, Margate
ArtWorks Open – Barbican Arts Group Trust, London (selected by David Kefford and Paul

Crash Open Salon – Charlie Dutton Gallery, London (selected by Phillip Allen, Neal Tait, and Time
Out Art Editor Martin Coomer)
Cover Version – Studio One Gallery, London
Down to the Bone – ONCA Gallery, Brighton
Lipstick, Power and Paint – Studio One Gallery, London

Orchestrated – Studio One Gallery, London
Contemporary Exhibition – Dolphin Square, Pimlico, London

Cryptic – The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras, London
Contemporary Exhibition – Dolphin Square, Pimlico, London

Merged Stories – Real World Gallery, Brick Lane, London

The Little Show – Studio One Gallery, London