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Annie Morris was born in London in 1978, where she currently lives and works. 

 She studied at Slade School of Art between 2002 and 2003; before at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris, where, in 2002, she won several awards. In 1998 she started her experience at Giuseppe Penone’s studio and attended the St Martins College of Art and Design Foundation.

As a result of this early recognition, she began to gain critical attention for her extraordinary draughtmanship and her artworks have been exhibited in important istitutions such as the Royal Academy of Arts in London; the Baku MoMa in Azerbaijan; the New Art Gallery in Walsall and the Tate St. Ives.   

From 2004 she had several solo shows: New Works, ProjectB Gallery, Milan, 2018; Cobalt Blue, Winston Wachter Fine Art, NY, 2017; Ascension, ProjectB Gallery, Milan; Stacked, Winston Wachter Fine Arts, Seattle, 2015; There Is A Land Called Loss, Pertwee Anderson and Gold Gallery, London, 2012; Annie Morris, Winston Wachter Gallery, New York , 2010; When A Happy Thing Falls, Allsopp Contemporary Gallery, London; When A Happy Thing Falls, Jeannie Frielich Contemporary, New York, 2007; Annie Morris, Lightbox Gallery, Los Angeles, 2006; Annie Morris: Glass Paintings, Postcards, Thomas Williams Gallery, London; Annie Morris, Laura Bartlett Gallery, London, 2005; Annie Morris (curated by Nick Hackworth), The Adams Street Club, London; The Man With The Dancing Eyes, Daniel Katz Gallery, 2004.   

Her works are part of several international collections already: Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris; Tisch Collection, New York; Hearst Collection, New York; Vulcan, Seattle; Cranford Collection, London; Modern Forms, London; University of Colorado Art Museum, Colorado; The Gersh Collection, Los Angeles; Nat Rothchild, New York; Maleki, London; Alex e Guy Delall, London; Janger, Los Angeles; Victoria e Warren Miro, London; Maryam Eisler, London; Norman Rosenthal, London; Raqib Shaw, London; Betty Levin, New York; Perez Collection, Miami; Sanjay Lalbhai Collection, India; Hotel Crillon Collection, Paris and Jean Mader Collection, Paris.