Noel Myles studied fine art at Hornsey and Waltham Forest schools of art. He exhibited paintings during the 1970s at House, and the Serpentine Gallery. During the 1980s he turned to photography as his creative medium. His main concerns have been to liberate the still photographic image from the single moment and static viewpoint and to give his photographs physical presence.

Principal Exhibitions

  • Serpentine Gallery
  • Contemporary Art Society
  • Royal College of Art. (prize winner, London Group)
  • Royal Academy of Art
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • National Museum of Photography, Film and Television (prize winner)
  • Royal Photographic Society
  • Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts
  • Alison Richard Building, University of Cambridge
  • Clare Hall, University of Cambridge
  • Gainsborough’s House
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • Mall Galleries, Discerning Eye (prize winner)
  • Minories Gallery
  • Zelda Cheatle Gallery, House, Chappel Galleries, Mill Tye Gallery, Curwen.
  • Artist in Residence. ITN (twice). Rowe and Maw. (twice). Shaftesbury Plc.

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