About Conrad Leach
Conrad Leach (1965) Studio originally in London, now relocated to Los Angeles.
A former designer and development consultant for major fashion brands, Leach began working on his practice full time in 2002 following the success of his first solo show in London and selection as Artist in Residence for the Louis Vuitton CELUX project in Omotesando, Tokyo, Japan, where he developed the concept of 'Pop Ukiyo-e'. This resulted in a series of portraits of Japanese society, and 2 large scale paintings for the Kamizono-cho residence in Yoyogi Park.
His studio relocated from London to Los Angeles in 2014, where a new body of work is currently in progress. The new work is inspired by the relocation, with observations on Los Angeles, in particular. The first presentation of elements of this new work is the exhibition FACADE, currently on view in Los Angeles.
Leach has successfully developed an international career, with collectors in Europe, the UK, the US, Japan, Norway and New Zealand.