Launching their career with an impressive fictional back story involving an escape by twin brothers from a particularly luddite American cult, the Connor Brothers (really former art dealers Mike Snelle and James Golding) produce highly-collectable paintings and prints which take a light-hearted approach to being more emotionally open. By refashioning Penguin book covers and cheap 1950s paperbacks with new, conversation-distilling slogans, they have garnered a loyal and growing following, and earned a place in worldwide collections including London’s V&A.
Did you know?
In 2015, the artists teamed up with Pussy Riot to build tents in the Calais Jungle refugee camp.
Country of Birth
Sotheby's London, 'The Bestest and Most Expensivist Painting in The History of Art', 2021
Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
Omer Koc's private collection
The Connor Brothers | A Dangerous Idea, Chase Contemporary, New York, US, 2019
Wondrous Obsessions, curated by The Connor Brothers, Hang-Up Gallery, London, UK, 2016
So It Goes, Hang-Up Gallery, London, UK, 2015
Curiosities from The Hanbury Collection, London, UK, 2014
True Romance, Nanda Hobbs Contemporary, Sydney, AU, 2014
True Love Stories, Guy Hepner Gallery, Los Angeles, US, 2014
True Love Stories, Pertwee, Anderson & Gold, London, UK, 2014
Exhibitions by The Connor Brothers
The Connor Brothers News
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