Mat Cahill is a British artist known for his drawings, some of which take him up to 400 hours to complete. Mat explores various themes in his work, from masculinity in contemporary society to issues of anonymity and individuality, and the phenomenon of the crowd.
Mat is represented online by Rise Art and by Mincolors in Taiwan.
The artist trained at Loughborough University and Wimbledon College of Art. He founded his own art education consultancy in 2007 before going on to work as a studio assistant for Damien Hirst.
Mat has exhibited his work nationally throughout the U.K and internationally. In 2016 he created an installation at the Victoria & Albert Museum as part of the Design Nation Festival.
Design Nation@ The Victoria and Albert Museum London 2016
Anonymously Personal @ Butterfly Fine Art (Manchester) 2016
Social Composition @ Rise Art (London) 2014
You’ll pass in the crowd with a shove @ the muse at 269 (London) 2008
Together we can work it out @ Passing Clouds (London) 2006
Finest Artists @ La Galleria (London) 2017
Rise art Launch @ Hollywood Road (Hong Kong) 2016
Text and Texture @made in Greenwich (London) 2016
We rise with Style @ West Elm (London) 2014
Open Exhibition @ P.S Mirabel(Manchester) 2014
Off Kilter @ Unit 4C/D Gallery (Manchester) 2013
Colaborate @ P.S Mirabel (Manchester) 2013
Mix @ P.S Mirabel(Manchester) 2013
Exit @ P.S Mirabel (Manchester) 2013
Rise Art (shortlisted artist) @ Manchester Art Fair 2012
Open Up North @ The Brewery Kendal 2011
Hang and Decay @ Terrace (London) 2010
All Squared @ The Muse @ 269 ( London) 2010
Colour with feeling (in collaboration with Ambrose Barlow High school)@ The Lowry (Salford) 2009
The Gandhi Lounge open day @ The Gandhi Lounge (London) 2007
Work it out for yourself baby! @ Passing Clouds ( London) 2006
The first show @ Passing Clouds (London) 2006
Sub @ Trinity Buoy Wharf (London) 2006
Dry fist @ La Viande (London) 2006
8 Lines @ La Viande (London) 2006
After the jump @ Warsaw Project space (Manchester) 2005
Bog standard @ A Loughborough University public toilet (Leicestershire) 2004