b. 1981, UK; lives and works in London

2004-2006 Royal College of Art, MA

2001-2004 Chelsea College of Art, BA 

Thomas J Price’s practice encompasses sculpture, film and photography engaging with issues of representation and perception in society and in art. His works share a fascination with the minutiae of body language, facial expression and external presentation, and in turn, their ability to suggest a state of mind.

In 2009, Price was featured alongside Grayson Perry, Michael Landy, Sir Anthony Caro and Cornelia Parker on the BBC4 television documentary, Where is Modern Art Now?. In 2010, he featured on BBC4's How to Get A Head in Sculpture, with Marc Quinn and Sir Anthony Caro. In 2010, Price was included in 10 Magazine’s,Ten Sculptors You Should Meet, and was an invited artist at the Royal Academy Summer Show.

During his second solo show at Hales Gallery, London, in 2013, Price presented his first large scale sculpture, Network. The work subsequently was placed on display at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2014) and was selected for the 2015 inauguration of London's art walk The Line. In 2018, Price’s series Numen was included as part of the annual London Sculpture in the City show.