Karolina Albricht was born in Krakow, Poland. In 2008 she graduated with a Masters degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow.

In 2007 she also completed Socrates-Erasmus at ArtEZ Institute of Fine Arts in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

Following her graduation she moved to London and has lived and worked here since. She is currently based in ASC Studios
in Bromley-By-Bow.
Albricht's practice focuses on the medium of painting. Her works are usually done in series and are based on specific subjects,
but ultimately they all concern certain aspects of human nature with its desires, emotions and particularities. 

Albricht has exhibited across Europe and participated in many competitions including ArtGemini Prize (Public Choice Award) and Arte Laguna Prize.  She has been previously shortlisted for the Royal College of Art Summer Exhibition, the Threadneedle Prize and National Open Competition. Her work is held in private collections across the world.





Third Order,  PV Friday 13 April 6-9pm,  14-29 April,  Unit 3 Projects,  London  (curator)



Previous Exhibitions and Awards:



2018: ArtRooms Fair, London, Melia White House, London, UK


2017: Winter Salon, curated by Victoria Howarth & Paula McArthur, Rye Creative Centre, Rye, UK 


2017- 'Summer Salon 2017' Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes Gallery, London, UK


2017- '31 Celsius', curated by Paul Carey Kent,  ASC Gallery, London, UK


2017- 'As It Stands'; Unrefined, Muted, Abandoned. Hundred Years Gallery, London, UK


2017- 'Small is Beautiful More and Less', co-curated with Jillian Knipe, Unit 3 Projects , London, UK


2017- Arcadia, pop up group exhibition with Curate: ART|ROOMS, London, UK 


2017- Antennae, Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes Gallery, London, UK 


2017- The Unknown Land, solo show curated by Lucia Bonadies, Vinarius, London, UK 


2017- International Postcard Show, Surface Gallery, Nottingham, UK


2016- Fancy Christmas Bazaar, Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes Gallery, London, UK


2016- Shortlisted for the 20th National Open Art Competition


2016- Summer Salon, Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes Gallery, London, UK


2015- Shortlisted for 2015 Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibition, Edinburgh


2015- ArtGemini Prize and winner of the  ArtGemini Public Choice Award, Menier Gallery, London, UK 


2015- Shorlisted for the 2015 Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London


2014- 'Now in Reverse', Hundred Years Gallery, London, UK


2014- Secret Art Prize, Curious Duke Gallery, London, UK


2013- Shorlisted for the Threadneedle Prize, London, UK


2013- Arte Laguna Prize, 7th edition, Venice Arsenale, Italy


2012- Modern Panic, Guerrila Zoo, Apiary Studios, London, UK


2010- Ponglish for Beginners Part 2, From Space Gallery, Manchester, UK


2008- Diploma 2008, Palac Sztuki Gallery, Cracow, Poland





2018- Hysteria Art online interview with Ilaria Bochicchio


2017- Cultural Kapital Magazine online feature


2017- Curate online feature 


2016- Art Upon online feature 


2016- Fresh Paint Magazine selected by Rebecca Wilson, chief curator at Saatchi Art


2014- The Pallete Pages online interview