Charlie Godet Thomas (b.1985, London. British-Bermudian) currently lives and works between Mexico City, MX and London, UK, his work employs a wide range of approaches including writing, painting, sculpture, assemblage, photography, sound and video. His work is concerned with the connections between visual art and literature, the act of writing, the autobiographical, the tragic and the humorous. His work is summoned from unlikely places such as bookbinding processes, street signage, funereal foam letters and the language of pharmaceutical packaging.
MA Fine Art, The Royal College of Art, London
BA Fine Art, Manchester School of Art
2016 Selected to represent Bermuda at Caribbean Linked IV, Aruba
2014 Bermuda Arts Council Scholarship
2013 Peter Leitner Scholarship
2021 A Circle of the Soul, Vernacular Institute, Mexico City, Mexico
2021Wendy Cabrera Rubio and Charlie Godet Thomas: How to Make a Painting Behave Like a Landscape, Museo Jumex, Mexico City, MX
2020 The Contents of a Long Unconsulted Pocket, Material, Mexico City, MX
2020 Structure, AndOr, London, UK
2019 FRIEZE SCULPTURE, Regent’s Park, London, UK
2019 As a butterfly folded in a caterpillar that will soon unfold, Nicoletti Contemporary, London UK
2019 DIM LIT, Assembly Point, London, UK
2019 Trust is the Ultimate Currency, Harlesden High Street, London, UK
2019 Mission to Touch the Sun (Part 2) / Paradise Works, Manchester, UK
2018 Mission to Touch the Sun (Part 1) / Enclave Lab, London, UK
2018 Belly Up w/ Bryn Lloyd-Evans / Lacuna, London, UK
2018 In Watermelon Sugar / Poppositions, Brussels, Belgium
2017 Cloud Study / SCULPTURE AT Public Sculpture Commission, Bermondsey Square, London, UK
2017 In Dark Times …. / Castle field Gallery, Manchester, UK
2017 Strandline / Set The Controls for the Heart of the Sun, Leeds, UK
2017 Roman-fleuve / VITRINE, Basel, Switzerland
2017 Internal Rhyme / Ladrón Galería, Mexico City, Mexico
2017 Bildungsroman / Carillon Gallery, Texas, USA
2016 The Surround X Seenthrough / The Averard Hotel, London, UK
2016 The Winds Never Stop / Caribbean Linked IV Residency, Oranjestad, Aruba
2016 The Bermuda Biennial 2016 / The Bermuda National Gallery, Bermuda
2016 Preened, Blank & Amorous / Losers Gym, Nottingham, UK
2016 Identify your limitations, acknowledge your periphery/ VITRINE, London, UK
2015 Torschlusspanik / VITRINE, London, UK
2015 To be is to do, To do is to be, Do be do be do / Telfer Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
2015 Escape to a Sparkling Moment / Bloc Projects, Sheffield, UK
2015 In Comes the Good Air, Out Goes the Bad Air, In Comes the Good Air / Cactus Gallery, Liverpool, UK
2014 A Method for Writing a Method for Making / BALTIC, Gateshead, UK
2014 An Evanescent Fix / VITRINE, London, UK
2014 Bending Light / Home-Platform, Bristol, UK
2014 Bermuda Biennial 2014 / Bermuda National Gallery, Bermuda
2014 END / Cactus Gallery, Liverpool, UK
2014 Royal College of Art MA Degree Show / Royal College of Art, London, UK
2014 Exeter Contemporary Open / Exeter Phoenix Gallery, Exeter, UK
2014 The Dizziness of Freedom / Bermondsey Project Space, London, UK
2014 Motorcade Flashparade Open / Motorcade Flashparade, Bristol, UK
2013 Re-interpreting the European Collection / Bermuda National Gallery, Bermuda
2012 Bildungsroman / The Bun House, London, UK
2012 Bermuda Biennial 2012 / The Bermuda National Gallery, Bermuda
In Writing (2021), published by TACO!
Purchase a copy HERE
Blurb by Matthew Turner, design by An Endless Supply
DIM LIT (2019 / ed. of 100)
Text by Matthew Turner
Design by Chris Lacey
Frieze (March print issue)
by Paul Carey-Kent
Art of Conversation No.4 (2019)
Peter Blake & Paul Stolper,
Billy Childish & Stephen Lowe,
Charlie Godet Thomas & Matthew Turner,
Robert Montgomery & Greta Bellamacina
by Matthew Turner for This Is Tomorrow
by Mark Westall for FAD 
David Knight Jr. for Caribbean Linked
by Aoife Rosenmeyer for Art-Agenda
Curated online show with Say No More