Mary Griffiths (b. 1965) is from the Wirral and lives in Manchester. She graduated from the MA Fine Art at Manchester School of Art in 2009.
Recent exhibitions include: Wild Honey, The Turnpike, Leigh (2018, Arts Council England funded); Prospect Planes, a video drawing made with Kostya Novoselov for the Great Exhibition of the North, Newcastle/Gateshead, 2018 (Commissioned by Brighter Sound with Arts Council England funding ); Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond, Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester and touring internationally (2016 – 2018); From Seathwaite, permanent wall drawing at the National Graphene Institute, Manchester (2015); Still Further, Bureau, Manchester (2014); Black and White Room, curated by Cornelia Parker at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London (2014); Some Recent Examples, Manchester (2013); Cabedal, Plataforma Revolver, Lisbon (2012); Fathom, Bureau, Manchester (2012); Memory of a Hope, Ceri Hand Gallery, Liverpool (2011). Her book, Pictures of War, was published by Carcanet in 2009.
Mary Griffiths is Senior Curator (Modern and Contemporary Art) at the Whitworth, Manchester.