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'Fin-de-Siecle': December 2022, On the Rag Gallery

FIXED: December 2022, Four Legs 

London in Levis: October 2022, Levi's Regent Street

An Evening with OOF: June 2022, The Design Museum

Designing the Beautiful Game: April 2022, The Design Museum

Martin Parr & Corbin Shaw: March 2022, OOF Gallery

Nowt As Queer As Folk: February 2022, GUTS Gallery 

Reality Check: September 2021, Anderson Contemporary

A New Art World is Possible: July 2021, 147 Stoke Newington

Thirst Prize: June 2021, Changing Room Gallery

Five Hides: October 2020, Manor Place

ConTender: September 2020, Arch 313

Workin' the Body for Labour, Workin' the Body for Pleasure: August 2020, Sheffield

Collaborations include Fred Perry,  HOMOBLOC, Patterns of Play, Four Football, Levis, Womens Aid

Featured on, The Guardian, The Face, DAZED, Perfect Magazine, It's Nice That, The Brit Cult Podcast , i-DHERO

Corbin Shaw (b.1998) is a British artist based in Bethnal Green, East London. Originally from Sheffield, Corbin explores ideas of masculinity through the medium of textiles, known for his unique take on the St George's cross, where he hijacks the stereotypes associated with the flag with text, sometimes messages of support and love, sometimes satirical takes on the 'Englishman'  when finished, they form a witty take on the ever-recognisable symbol. 

Using his upbringing in a South Yorkshire ex-mining town Corbin investigate's masculinity and how that was defined to him growing up. Breaking stigma's and stereotypes through his re-imagination of masculine 'icons' and objects. The artist pays homage to the people and places that have shaped his northern identity – the pub, football pitches and boxing gyms. 

Corbin Shaw presented his second solo show at the beginning of 2022, Nowt as Queer as Folk, Guts Gallery, London, where he explored Folk Law and tradition in comparison to his South Yorkshire Village. He has just closed 'Martin Parr & Corbin Shaw', OOF Gallery, London, where his work was shown in collaboration with legendary British artist Martin Parr (b.1952) to pay a homage to the Football Fan and is currently exhibiting in 'Designing the Beautiful Game', The Design Museum London as part of the ongoing exhibition celebrating the design of football and the art of the game. 

Shaw has recently become independent, choosing to represent himself in a new endeavour to challenge what it means to be an artist in this generation, bending the norms and stereotypes to alter the landscape of the modern art world. 

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