Claire Morgan is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice spans sculpture, drawing, writing, printmaking and installation.

She explores the complex, often dysfunctional relationships between humans and other species, addressing trauma, grief, memory, and the powerful transformative potential that exists in vulnerability.

Solo shows include I only dared to touch you once I knew that you were dead, Galerie Karsten Greve, (Cologne and Paris, 2023), Joy in the Pain, Saarlandmuseum Moderne Galerie (Saarbrücken, 2021), As I Live and Breathe, The Horniman Museum (London, 2019), Stop Me Feeling, Frist Art Museum (Nashville, 2017).

Morgan was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Sculptors in 2024. She was awarded a Virginia A. Groot Foundation Grant in 2022, and the 12th Fondation Guerlain Drawing Prize in 2019. Works are in collections worldwide including Centre Georges Pompidou, Fondation Guerlain, and MONA.


Strung out (2023)

Wax, human hair, feathers, mixed media, in vitrine

184 x 78 x 68 cm.

Photo: John McKenzie

Show of Strength (2023)

Pastel, charcoal, on stained birch board

183 x 242 x 6 cm (framed).

Photo: John McKenzie