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Callum Eaton (b. 1997, Bath, UK) lives and works in London. He completed his undergraduate study in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College in 2019. Eaton’s painting practice combines a mastery of photorealistic rendering with a conceptual critique of contemporary culture and 21st-century society. In his latest body of work, Eaton turns his attention to the almost obsolete ATMs (automated teller machines) that adorn the high streets of the United Kingdom. Once at the cutting edge of capitalist technology and the consumer economy, these cash points are now all but redundant, relics of an age pre-Chip and PIN or contactless payments. Evoking formalism, cubism and the aesthetics of geometric abstraction, Eaton’s hand-painted portrayals invite interaction with trompe-l'œil temptation and false financial promises. In an art world increasingly obsessed with price tags, sales figures and auction results, Eaton’s ATMs serve as a sardonic, satirical reminder that perhaps cash is still king after all.

Callum Eaton (b. 1997, Bath, UK) 


Lives and Works in London




2016-19 BA (Hons) Fine Art, Goldsmiths College (First Class)​


2015-16 Foundation Diploma, Trowbridge College 


 Solo Exhibitions

Look but don't touch, Carl Kostyal, London, September 2023

Hole in the Wall, Long Story Short Gallery, Paris, March 2023



Selected Group Exhibitions/Fairs 


I DON’T NEED IT, BUT I WANT IT, The Office, Miami  2022

Breaking News, Another Gallery, Paris, 2022 


The Call, Hackney Down Studios, London, 2021

​Morrison Foerster, The Scalpel, London, 2021


The Call, Exhibit 1, Sons Of Craft, Kunstraum Gallery, London, 2020


Goldsmiths Degree Show, London, 2019

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