New Painting - Contemporary British Painting Exhibition
The Crypt, St Marylebone Parish Church, London NW1
24 November 2018 - 17 January 2019

Woman's Work
An exhibition exporing the status of female artists within Swindon's collection and collecting history
Swindon Museum and Art Gallery
30 January - 17 March 2019

Beauty Salon
Jennifer Campbell, Cathy Lomax, Alli Sharma
Alison Richard Building, University of Cambridge
9 May - 14 June 2019

Contemporary Masters From Britain
National Gallery of Poland, Gdańsk, Poland
April - June 2019

Joan Crawford Signing autographs Contemporary British Drawing and Watercolour Painting
National Gallery of Poland, Gdańsk, Poland
April - June 2019

Dear Christine (a tribute to Christine Keeler), curated by Fionn Wilson
May - June 2019 - Vane, Newcastle
October - November 2019 - Elysium, Swansea
February - March 2020 - Arthouse1, London SE1

Sleepy Heads
Blyth Gallery, Imperial College, London
Summer 2019


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.

Arty 40: Dresses
America's Sweetheart: Marjorie Morningstar and the social implications of Natalie Wood's tiny waist

Arty 39: Oh! You Pretty Things
I'm Looking at the Face in the Mirror -
An examination of the symbolic quality of mirrors and reflections in art and film, an accompaniment to the themes of The Blind Spot.

Perfect Bound: Volume #1
Wild Girls on Film - The shifting meaning of wearing animal print mirrors how women have been packaged and presented on-screen since the early 20th century. This article and the accompanying paintings examine how women are coded by what they wear.
The Century Club
Interview alongside the exhibition Classical Corrosive

Garageland 20: Remake Remodel
The Honesty Box - On creativity and originality in Sturtevant, Monroe & Prada
Dressing as Necessity: the vanity trap of the American dream - The Vanity Tables of Douglas Sirk, an essay film by Mark Rappaport.
Star Power v Period Authenticity - Garbo/Leigh/Knightley and Anna Karenina.

Film, Fashion & Consumption, Volume 4, Numbers 2-3
Ghostly threads: Painting Marilyn Monroe’s white dresses

(See I'm a Girl not a Ghoul images here)

Europa '51
A zine made in a limited edition of 50 for the exhibition Europa at Transition Gallery. It is inspired by Europa ’51, a film made by Roberto Rossellini in poverty stricken, post-war Italy.
Only £1 - available to buy here

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