Rob and Nick Carter were born in the UK in 1968 and 1969 respectively, and have been working together for twenty years. They are a married couple who live and work in London. As contemporary artists their work revolves around Light, Colour and Form in many different mediums including, Painting, Photography, Light Installations, Film and Sculpture.

Their work is housed in the collections of the Mauritshuis, The Hague; Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; David Roberts Foundation, London; Städel Museum, Frankfurt; and the Foundation Custodia, Paris, as well as being the only living artists to show a work at the Frick Museum, New York, NY. The Carters have also executed a number of significant public and corporate commissions throughout London, including works for Cardinal Place in Victoria, 200 Aldersgate, 23 Savile Row and the Mildred Creek ward in Great Ormond Street Hospital.

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2018      Bronze Oak Grove, Berkeley Square, London
2017      Bronze Oak Grove, Kensington Gardens, London
2017      Yoga Photograms, RN at 5A
2016      Masterworks in Dialogue, Städel Museum, Frankfurt
2015      Transforming, Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Virginia Beach, VA
2015      Chinese Whispers, The Fine Art Society Contemporary, London
2013      Transforming, The Fine Art Society Contemporary, London
2011      Postcards From Vegas, The Fine Art Society Contemporary, London
2010      Drawing with Light Workshop, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
2010      Revolve, The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2007      Twelve Luminograms, The Fine Art Society Contemporary, London
2006      Drawing with Light, Shire Hall Gallery, Staffordshire
2005      Painting Photographs, Light Paintings and Light Sculptures, The Fine Art Society Contemporary, London
2005      What is and What Never Should Be, in collaboration with The British Arts Council,
2005      Said Business School, Oxford
2003      Rob and Nick Carter, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA
2002      Painting with Light, Museum of Neon Art, Los Angeles, CA
2001      Painting with Light, The Gallery in Cork Street, London