Painter Matthew Corbin Bishop was born in Taplow, England, in 1984, and lives and works in London. He graduated in Fine Art with a First from Bath Spa University in 2008.
Solo exhibitions include "Zeri Open House", Kuwait City (2013); “The Making of the Modern World”, Rose Issa Projects, London (2009) and “The Sun Never Set”, Bath Guildhall, Bath (2009).
Corbin Bishop has also participated in several group shows, including the recent "Government Art Collection: Revealed", Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and Ulster Museum, Belfast (2012-13); Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London (2012); " Green: A Spring Hanging", Rose Issa Projects, London (2012); "Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain: Government Art Collection - selected by Cornelia Parker", Whitechapel Gallery, London (2011); JAMM Kuwait Contemporary Art (2011); “The Making of the Modern World” at Somerset Crescent, Bath (2008), "Forget Me", Fort Brockhurst, Portsmouth (2008); “Ctrl/Art/Delete”, Truman Brewery, London (2008); "The Sun Never Set", Bath Guildhall, Bath (2008); and “Occupied Space: Art for Palestine”, Qattan Foundation, London (2008).
Corbin Bishop has numerous private and public collectors, including the Bath Spa University Collection and The Government Art Collection.