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Vilte Fuller

Vilte Fuller was born in 1996 in Klaipeda, Lithuania and lives and works in London, UK. She graduated from the Glasgow School of Art (2015) in BA Hons Fine Art: Painting and Printmaking. Fuller makes figurative paintings depicting narratives from glamorous hellscapes taking influence from horror manga and storytelling from her baltic heritage.

Fuller was shortlisted for the 2017 HIX Award and has illustrated a number of books for Eglės leidykla. Recent group exhibitions include ‘The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife’, Ruttkowski68, Paris (2021), ‘A High Hang’, Eccleston Project Space, London (2019), ‘Fresh Air/Hot Sauce’, Arbyte Studios, London (2019) and ‘TBCTV’, Somerset House London (2018).

Lives and works in London


2013-2015 University for the Creative Arts, Rochester

Extended Diploma in Art & Design

2015-2018 The Glasgow School of Art BA (Hons) Fine

Art: Painting and Printmaking


2021 ‘The shuttle to the moon has crashed and now I am

falling’, superzoom gallery, Paris


2021 ‘The Fisherman’s Dream’, Ruttkowski 68, Paris

2020 ‘DR. LIVINGSTONE I CONSUME’, Pollock Fine Art,


2019 ‘A High Hang’, Eccleston Project Space, London 2019 ‘FRESH AIR/HOT SAUCE’, Arbyte Studios, London 2018 ‘TBCTV’, Somerset House, London

2018 ‘GSA Degree Show 2018’, Glasgow

2018 ‘Papped’ DIY show, Chateau Marmont Room 67,

Los Angeles

2018 ‘HIX Award 2017’, Coutts Bank, London

2017 ‘Butter That Bacon’, Flat on Gibson Street,


2017 ‘HIX Award 2017’, HIX Art, London

2017 ‘Material Girl’, Stereo, Glasgow


2020 ‘Skaistykle’ Antanas Stanevicius, Egle Publishing

2019 XOXO Magazine, Turkey


HIX 2017 Shortlist