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Simon Moretti (b.1974) lives and works in London.
 
Select projects include Crocodile Cradle, PEER London (2021) The Enigma of the Hour: 100 Years of Psychoanalytic Thought, Freud Museum, London (2019); Revolt of the Sage, Blain Southern, London (2016), Dadadandy Boutique, ARTPROJX SPACE, London (2008); Le Palais des Etoiles, Selfridges, London (2007); Space is the Place, Ritter Zamett London (2006); From A to B and Back Again, Galerie Chez Valentin, Paris (2005), EXPO 21: Strategies of Display, Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham and Mead Gallery, Coventry (2004).Select exhibitions include None of the Above, Kanal-Centre Pompidou, Brussels (2020); To Be Free is to Loose Sight of the Shore, Archaeology of the Final Decade, Dhaka Art Summit, Dhaka (2018); The Show is Over a project by Ahmet Ögüt and Goshka Macuga, Witte de With, Rotterdam. The Camera Exposed, works from the collection, Victoria and Albert Museum, London (2016); ; L’Intime, Le Collectioneur Derrier la Porte, La Maison Rouge, Paris (2011); The Art Parade, Deitch Projects, New York (2007); The Sleep of Ulro, Liverpool Biennial 06, Liverpool (2006); Thank You for the Music, Sprueth Magers, Munich/London (2005); ; and None of the Above, Swiss Institute, New York (2004). 
Awards include the Selfridges Commission as part of Surreal Things in collaboration with the Victoria & Albert Museum, London (2007); the Fondazione Teseco commission, Pisa (2006); the Henry Moore Institute Award; the Art Council of England Artist Award (2002); and Tate Modern Turbine Hall commission (2000)