Hamed Maiye is an interdisciplinary artist based in London. He explores themes revolving around visual archiving, surrealism & portraiture, using painting, photography, sculpture & performance as research tools. Maiye explores cultural anthropology through the use of mythology, myth making, historical documentation & archiving which influence the production of his work. Maiye's work presents viewers with allegorical scenarios used to invoke introspection and emotional reflections.
Hamed Maiye was the subject of solo exhibitions at 17. PM/AM, London (2022). He has participated in select group exhibitions including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (2021); An Ode to Afro-Surrealism. Horniman Museum, London (2020); 10. PM/AM, London (2021); This Is Not A Funeral. Regents Place, London (2019); Friday Late: Snap with i-D. V&A Museum, London (2018); and Late at Tate. Tate Britain, London (2017).