Carrie Reichardt



Carrie is a self-titled craftivist and renegade potter who works from a mosaic-covered building in London. She uses a mix of mural, mosaic and screenprinting techniques to create elaborate, often politicized works of art.


Carrie trained at Kingston University and achieved a First class degree in Fine Art from Leeds Metropolitan. She was Artist in Residence at Camberwell Art College in 2009 and at The Single Homeless Project, a charity that supports homeless and vulnerable people in London.

Carrie has been involved in international community and public art projects for over 20 years. Her recent work includes Voodoo Zulu Liberation Taxi, which was recently on display at Coventry Transport Museum, raising awareness about the inhumane treatment of prisoners held in solitary confinement and death rows. Other prominent public works include Dada the Trojan Horse, Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, Disobedient Objects for the Victoria and Albert Museum, and Mary Bamber – a Revolutionary Woman, for the Museum of Liverpool. Her most recently commissioned community project with The Treatment Rooms Collective is a ceramic mural in the new Acton Gardens development, Tree of Life.

Carrie was awarded the Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship in 2013 to advance the craft of community mosaics working with local communities in Chile and Mexico. She is currently the first visual artist in residence  for Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.


Carrie Reichardt’s work has been featured in the press including The Observer, The Guardian, The Evening Standard, Tile and Stone, as well as in several books including renowned ceramist Paul Scott’s Ceramics and Print, 1000 Ideas for Creative Reuse by Garth Johnson, Mural Art No 2 by Kirikos Iosifidis and The Idler 42 – Smash the System by Tom Hodgkinson.


We have been working with Carrie since 2009 when Dan started to handle her work in Brighton. He debut was at the Renegade Potters and Extreme Craft show based in Brighton in 2010. Carrie assisted in the curation of part of the show and introduced some of her fellow artists to the public. The show was ahead of its time and received a lot of positive feedback from collectors across the globe.

We continue to show Carrie Reichardt's work both in the UK and abroad.



International Collaborative Projects


Vogeltreppe, Mosaic Intervention, Pirmansens, Germany


Hands off the Wall Festival, Vienna, Austria

Nuart Street Art Festival, Stavanger, Norway

Nuart Oslo Rad, Norway


Nuart Aberdeen Street Art Festival, Scotland, UK


Culture is Liberty, Public Art, Community Assembly of Miravalle, Mexico City, Mexico

Urban Mosaic Intervention, Public Art, Town Hall, Puento Alto, Santiago, Chile


Arte x Parte 2, Public Art, Berazateui, Argentina

2012 Urban Interstices, Public Art, Cultural Centre of Spain, Mexico City, Mexico

2011 Arte x Parte 1, Public Art, Berazateui, Argentina 



Artist-in-residency, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, UK


Artist-in-residency, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, USA


Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship – ‘To Advance the Craft of Community Mosaics’ – funded research in Chile and Mexico


Artist-in-residency, Camberwell College of Art, London, UK


Artist-in-residency, Single Homeless Project, London, UK

Selected Commissions


NHS 70 – Thanks for Everything, Ceramic mural, Royal Brompton Hospital, London, UK


Mad in Coventry, Reimagining the Car, Coventry Transport Museum, UK


South Acton Tree of Life, Ceramic mural, Acton Gardens, London, UK


Power to the People, Ceramic intervention, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK


Mary Bamber – A Revolutionary Woman, Museum of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK

Little Miss DMT, Milan Elephant Parade, Triennale de Milan Museum of Art, Milan, Italy

Dada – The Trojan Horse, Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, Cheltenham, UK


Phoolan, London Elephant Parade, Natural History Museum, London, UK


Tiki Love Truck , Walk the Plank, Manchester Art Car Parade, Manchester, UK

Selected Solo Exhibitons

2018 Shakespearianne Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, UK


Mad in Mexico, ink_d gallery, Brighton, UK

2013 Reject the State Cult Mountain, London, UK

2011 Mad in England Ink_d Gallery, Brighton, UK


Selected Group Shows


White + Black, Group show, Whistleblower Gallery, Brighton, UK

Cash is King, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK


Revolutions per Minute, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

Moniker Art Fair, London UK

The Other Art Fair, London UK

Here we go!, Group show, Whistleblower Gallery, Brighton, UK

Hand Luggage Only – Nuart Gallery, Stavanger, Norway


Unconventional Clay – Engaged in Change, The Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City, USA


Society of American Mosaic Artists, Clay Studio, Philadelphia, USA

Disobedient Objects, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK

Mosaic Arts International, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, USA

Boom, Bubble and Burst, Motorenhalle, Dresden, Germany

London Art Fair, London, UK


Mix-Winter Show, Lawrence Alkin Gallery, London, UK

Monika Art Fair, London, UK

Mix-Summer Show, Lawrence Alkin Gallery, London, UK

London Art Fair, London, UK

Tailored Anarchy,  London Westbank Gallery, Ibiza, Spain  

Seven Deadly Sins, Unit Gallery, London, UK


Utopia, Unit Gallery, London, UK

Riot Here Riot Now, W3 Gallery, London, UK

London Art Fair, London, UK


You’ve been framed, W3 Gallery, London, UK


Inspired by William Morris, William Morris Museum, London, UK

The Art of Preservation, London Westbank Gallery, Ibiza, Spain

Extreme Craft and Renegade Potters, ink_d Gallery, Brighton, UK


Made In Britain, London Miles Gallery, London, UK

Love Life, Signal Gallery, London, UK 


Scope Art Fair, London, UK


Extreme Craft, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania