Dance First Think Later
General Practice, Lincoln
8 July - 23 August 2020 (by appointmant only)

Enough is Definitely Enough
60 Contemporary Artists respond to Las Meninas
Pineapple Black, Sunderland
24 September - 17 October 2020

Beep Painting Prize
Elysium Gallery, Swansea
3 October - 7 November 2020

John Lennon's Not Dead, curated by Harry Pye
Stash Gallery at Vout-O-Reenee's, London E1
2-24 October 2020



CAS Art Studios
Guest artist interview to accompany the CAS Instagram exhibition Housebound
Arty 43: Makeup
Various articles and artwork
Arty 42: Souvenirs
Various articles and artwork, including
Quimper to Quiberon
The Souvenir: Is she really going out with him...
Frames Cinema Journal
Issue 16: 'Magical Women, Witches and Healers'
'Makeup as Dark Magic: The Love Witch and the Subversive Female Gaze'

Fandom As Methodology: A Sourcebook for artists and writers
Edited by Catherine Grant & Kate Random Love,(Goldsmiths Press, 2019)
The Girl With the...

A letter to Gloria Grahame and accompanying artwork.

Beauty Papers
Painting the Face of Marie Antoinette
Writing and paintings about the image of Marie Antoinette.
a-n Reviews
The Immaculate Dream at Collyer Bristow Gallery
- review by David Minton...
’Toro’ is the term attached to an image in Cathy Lomax’s ‘Film Diary’ as the presumed heroine appears to lift her skirt in provocative imitation of a teasing matador. A kind of neither/nor/either/or image it is disposed to have whatever meanings a viewer is disposed to bring, to what might  easily be a still of a  woman playing with a child. Her paintings from film stills tease and intrigue. A sense of the  furtive in the cropped images and their quick manner of painting is reinforced by  footnotes – ‘they were in the house of fun’ ….. ‘she had gate crashed’…’..he told her about a sexual experience he had had…’
Beauty Salon Zine
Jungle Red: the cosmetic allure of exoticism. The zine was made to accompany the exhibition Beauty Salon at the Alison Richard Building, Cambridge.
Beauty Papers
Cathy Lomax: Makeup. Artist. An interview with John William. 'Cathy Lomax started out painting faces in a peach pinny working the Miss Selfridge makeup counter. Then it was the faces of models, for fashion bibles like The Face, i-D and Arena. Now Cathy paints in oils and acrylics rather than blusher and eyeshadows, but cosmetics, glamour and fashion linger like a lipstick kiss.'
Projections Podcast
Makeup and Magic: Fashion Films episode 7 - A guest apperance on Sarah Cleaver and Mary Wild's film and psychoanalysis podcast. We talk about make-up, style and surface in Anna Biller’s extraordinary 2016 film The Love Witch.
Arty 41: Witches
It’s Witchcraft... Style and substance in the coloured makeups of The Love Witch
Garageland 22: Difficult Women
Typical Girls: From Greta Garbo to Mary Quant, an examination of the masquerade of femininity and the continuing allure of makeup

The Anomie Review of Contemporary British Painting - Matt Price
Cathy Lomax: The Blind Spot: a review of the exhibition and some of the wider themes of my work. Other artists in the book include Ryan Mosley, Kaye Donachie, Rose Wylie, Lindsey Bull & Lubaina Himid.

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