Michael Dan Archer has exhibited widely across the UK and overseas. The following pages include a selection of solo shows and group shows

Howard gallery, Cardiff university

Dan exhibited at the University's gallery in 2013. The work included new sculptures and drawings and with a focus on the interplay between the two. Much of the work was inspired by a recent visit to Egypt.  

Djanogoly gallery, nottingham

This exhibition featured a series of work comprising large, unfired clay forms alongside prints and an installation


Dan was invited to hold a major retrospective of his work throughout the historic setting of Lincoln Cathedral. The exhibition included over 30 art works including many stone sculptures and a series of bronze pieces exhibited in the Chapter House.

royal society of British sculptors

Dan, a fellow of the RBS, was selected to exhibit in their Kensington gallery. Work included a range of new and older works in stone, bronze, neon glass and cast iron. A large marble portal work was exhibited in the front courtyard and a large neon installation was mounted on the façade of Victorian building.  


Dan was selected to exhibit alongside 5 other British sculptors in the grounds of Canary Wharf and the Lobby of 1 Canada Square.


In 2010 Dan was invited to make a unique work to be exhibited as part of the Palmer Biennial.