Oliver Tirré (b.1989) lives and works in Nottingham, after graduating from Nottingham Trent University’s Fine Art course in 2012. He is an active studio member at One Thoresby Street Studios and curates a series of events with fellow studio member, Alice Gale-Feeny for the Attic programme under the title of GROUND.
Over the last few years he has participated in exhibitions and projects both in the UK and internationally, including SMALL Rome at Frutta, Italy (curated by Adam Carr); Vivarium, Liverpool (curated by MODEL) and the Exeter Contemporary Open at Exeter Phoenix. He presented a solo portfolio with Used Paper, curated by Hillary Crisp in 2015 and exhibited an edition of work at Multiplied Art Fair at Christies. More recently in 2016 he has taken part in two solo shows; For Alma at Two Queens, Leicester and I'm so heavy at Castor Projects, London.
Residencies include Summer Lodge, Nottingham Trent University and at Hotel MariaKapel, Holland.
Tirré is represented by SYSON and I Guess, Anything Can Look Interesting If You Look At It Long Enough at the gallery was his first solo exhibition. In 2016 the gallery presented a solo stand with the artist at The Manchester Contemporary.