Louis Judkins (6”3’, brown hair, brown eyes) is a British artist and filmmaker whose work explores humour, social disaffection and existentialism.
He uses absurdist characters, offbeat dialogue, and experimental visual effects to represent social and political commentary.

Solo Exhibitions:

March 2022 / ‘Crime Fantasy’, Usual Business Gallery, Camden, London

October 2017 / ‘Super Fun Happy Happy Fun Time’, Cable Street Studios, Limehouse, London

Selected Group Exhibitions/Screenings:

December 2023 / ‘Art Maze’, Bargehouse Oxo Tower Wharf, London

October 2023 / 'Nostalgia', Artly Mix Cultural Space, São Paulo, Brazil

January 2023 / ‘Neighbourhood Watch’, The NewBridge Project, Newcastle

Novermber 2022 / ‘WIPE Film Festival’, Flutgraben eV, Berlin

October 2022 / ‘Punkfilmfest Berlin’, Lichtblick-Kino, Berlin

March 2020 / ‘Going Away.tv LIVE - The Retreat’, arebyte Gallery, London City Island

November 2019 / ‘arebyte X The Wrong Biennale 2019’, arebyte Gallery, London City Island

May 2019 / ‘ABSINTHE §1’, Spit & Sawdust, Southwark, London

January 2019 / ‘Lavender Lounge 1’, 18 Malden Road, Chalk Farm, London

August 2018 / ‘Reunion Show’, Assembly Point Gallery, Peckham, London

October 2017 / ‘Canned Film Festival’, Moth Club, Hackney, London

June 2017 / ‘Chelsea College of Arts Degree Show 2017’, Chelsea College of Art, London

March 2017 / ‘Louis – An Exhibition of Five Louis’’ Back room, Holdrons Arcade, Peckham, London

March 2016 / ‘In the Far Future, Where I Belong’, Clayton Arms, Peckham, London

April 2015 / ‘Is It Wicked Not To Care?’ Hart’s Lane Gallery, New Cross, London


Striped Zine Issue 3 October 2019

'Who's Happening' Feature
Another Man Magazine Issue 26 Spring/Summer 2018
Artist Feature 10: Louis Judkins
Works Without Walls

‘Exuberance and elan at Chelsea Fine Art Degree show’
Moving Image Art London


2020 / Sotheby's Institute of Art, Art as a Global Business

2014-2017 / Chelsea College Of Art, BA Fine Art

2013-14 / Kingston University Art Foundation