Dexter Dymoke lives and works in London, UK.

Previous exhibitions include:

Muster Point, ASC Gallery, Blackfriars Road, London SE1
A Dangling Conversation, (with Anna Hughes), Nettie Horn, London W1
Creekside Open (selected by Ceri Hand), APT Gallery, London SE8
New British 2013, group show at Lloyds Club, London EC3

Solo Award Group Show, WW Gallery, London W1 (shortlisted)
Plot, Gallery Goldstein, Coronet Street, London N1
Making out, Arch 402, Cremer Street, London E2
Shortlisted for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2012
A Rain of Stars, (solo show July), Nettie Horn,
Riding House Street, London W1

Matter, APT Gallery, Deptford, London SE8
Nouvelle Vagues and other Hunting Stories, Nettie Horn, Vyner Street, London E8
Mrs. Darling`s Kiss, Arch 402, Cremer Street, London E2
Make 10, (with Sven Sachsalber), Howie Street Project Space, London SW11
On the Brink, SW1 Gallery, London SW1
Proteo, Nettie Horn Gallery, Vyner Street, London E2
Hello Paradise, Kingsgate Gallery, London NW6
Remet/RCA Foundry, Howie Street Project Space, London SW11
RCA Graduation Show, Testbed, Howie Street, London SW11
Creekside Open (selected by Phyllida Barlow), APT Gallery, Deptford, London SE8

Desire is a Golden Carrot, The Albion, 6 Hester Road, London SW11
Lunch is for Wimps, Triumph, 16 St. John St., London EC1
Rapidform Sculpture, Sackler Centre, V&A Museum, London SW7
Architect, installation for Festival of Architecture, Canary Wharf, London E14
Bench, Friends of Battersea Park Annual Sculpture Award,
Battersea Park, London SW11
EMBRACE, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, Scotland
REMET/RCA Foundry, Hockney Gallery, London SW7
Drink & Dial, WW Gallery, Hackney, London E9
RCA Interim Show, RCA, London SW7

RCA Group Show, Wei├čensee Kunsthochschule, Berlin
Tim Pritchard Gallery, Howie Street, London SW1
Wimbledon College of Art Degree Show, London (1st Class Hons.) Shortlisted for the Landmark Prize
Eastern Approaches, Hatfield House, Hertfordshire (Prizewinner)
Springtime, WCOA Project Space, curated by Soraya Rodriguez
Shortlisted for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2009
Creekside Open, (selected by Jenni Lomax), APT Gallery, Deptford, London