Haroun Hayward


Haroun Hayward, born 1983, lives and works in London. He received his MFA from Goldsmiths University and BA (Fine Art, Painting) from Brighton University, following an exchange stay at the Nagoya University of Arts in Japan. 


Hayward’s solo exhibitions include Too Nice, Play It Twice at indigo+madder, London, 2021, and Dance Mania at the Wellington Club, London, 2020. Group exhibitions include at Paradise Row Projects (forthcoming), London, 2021; Urbanism, AORA, London, 2021; Drawing Room Biennial, Drawing Room, London, 2021; All the Days and Nights, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London, 2020; Interference, Rivington Rooms, London, 2019; Gadfly, indigo+madder, London, 2019; While Supplies Last, Mount Analogue, Seattle, USA, 2019; and The Bigger Picture, curated by Bob and Roberta Smith, Mile End Pavilion, London, 2017, among others.


Hayward is a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Brighton Painting Department, and a mentor at The New Art School. He has recently finished a residency at The Fores Project, London, and has been selected as an Artist in Residence for The India Art Fair 2022.