Barford's Giant Apple is now installed in Holland Park
Barford's latest body of work reflects on Truth & Lies and Fear & Love.
Through sculptures and drawings, Barford uses his obsession with The Apple to explore our incessant need for MORE.
A hugely successful project at the V&A in London. A 6 m tower comprising 3000 unique bone china London shops.
The energetic word drawings are abstract pictures made by repeating the same hand-written word until its meaning becomes warped.
Have more, buy more, do better, move forward, grow, succeed, win. ME WANT NOW offers a metaphorical narrative on a world driven by the powerful desires of the individual feeding the engine of the ‘me first’ culture
The Elephant & The Tortoise is a public Artwork commissioned by London Borough of Waltham Forest.
The Tottenham and Croydon foxes are a series of ceramic sculptures exploring the city's effects on us as animals
The Seven Deadly Sins, a body of work exhibited for the first time at David Gill Gallery in 2013, explores the way society measures and values extreme sensations.
In 2013, the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art hosted the first US solo exhibition by Barnaby Barford. The survey show travelled to Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh in 2014.
In 2011, Barnaby Barford was invited to make an intervention into The Laing Art Gallery's 18th and 19th Century galleries.
The Battle of Trafalgar is an ambitious piece inspired by Trafalgar Square exhibited at AO Madrid
'The Good The Bad The Belle' series explores ideas of lost youth in today's society.
Private Lives, a series exhibited for the first time at David Gill in 2008, both subverts the traditions of porcelain and honours them.
A survey of the most important figurine pieces, including the series Love Is...
A selection of Barford's early works made from found figurines.
Commissioned by Animate Projects, funded by Arts Council England and Channel 4 in 2008, Damaged Goods marks Barford’s first venture into animated film
A projection based installation creating the illusion of an animated surface pattern.