Jessie Stevenson Norwich, UK, b. 1993

Jessie Stevenson (b. 1993, Norwich, UK) lives and works between North Norfolk and London. She graduated from Central Saint Martins with a BA in Fine Art in 2017 and finished her MFA in Painting at the Slade School of Fine Art last year, for which she received The Bartolomeu dos Santos Award.


She has had solo exhibitions at Berntson Bhattacharjee in Stockholm (Broken Gleam, 2022) and Sapling (Way Out East, 2021). 


Recent group presentations include Babele, Spazio Musa, Turin (2023), The Whitechapel Gallery Art Icon Charity Auction, Phillips, London (2023); Dreaming in Colour, Bonhams, London (2022); do you feel me, Sapling, London (2022); The Pump House, Berntson Bhattacharjee, London (2022); Stäying Alive, Berntson Bhattacharjee, Falsterbo, Sweden (2021); to be a shell, Queensrollahouse, London (2021); Colour and Poetry online, The Slade (2021); Cutting at lemons for freckles, Skippings Gallery, Great Yarmouth (2021); The Ing Discerning Eye Exhibition (2020); Slade Runner, ASC Gallery, London (2020); Savage 2020, The Crypt Gallery, London (2020); and Inhabiting the Dome, Whiteleys, London (2019).


Stevenson’s awards and residencies include The Richard Ford Award at The Prado Museum, Madrid (2022), the Col Art Residency in London (2021), the Cass Art Prize (2017), and the Joya: AiR Residency in Spain (2019).