—Ashmolean Museum
British Museum
—Deste Foundation
—King’s College London
—London School of Economics
—New York Public Library Rhode Island School of Design
Victoria and Albert Museum

Selected Exhibitions
2016   Collyer Bristow, London, Face Value (curated by Kathleen Soriano)
2015   Syson Gallery, Nottingham, Under the Sun (solo)
           David Krut Projects, New York, Machines of Loving Grace (solo)  
           Repetition/Variation (Julian Page Fine Art)
2014   Art 14 / Julian Page, Sculpture Paintings (solo)
2013   Pace, New York, Lucy de Kooning Presents (with Aakash Nihalani and   
           Carlos Soto)  
           87A Lower Marsh, London (curated by Samia Calbayrac)   
           House of St Barnabas, London, The Collective (curated by Katie Heller)  
           Transition Gallery, London, Atomic
2012   Artissima 19, Turin, ‘Present Future’ curated section (solo)  
2011    Pulse, Los Angeles (solo; prizewinner)   
           Skylight Projects, New York, Eighteen Pages (solo)  
           Morley College, London, Rootstein Hopkins Drawing Prize  
           Lloyds Club, London, Iconoclasts  
2010   Jerwood Space, London (and tour), Jerwood Drawing Prize  
           7Eleven Gallery,  New York, Make Yourself at Home  
           Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London, Gilchrist Fisher Award
2009  Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, Northern Print Biennale  
           7Eleven Gallery,  New York, Better History  

Prizes & Awards
2013   ING Discerning Eye (winner of London and V&A Purchase prizes)
2011    Pulse Prize  (winner)
2011    Rootstein Hopkins Drawing Prize (shortlisted)
2010   Jerwood Drawing Prize (shortlisted)
2010   Gilchrist Fisher Award (shortlisted)

—‘Basic Design and the Artist-Teacher’ in Basic Design [exhibition guide], ed. by Elena Crippa and Beth Williamson (London: Tate Media, 2013)
—‘The Art of Art Students’, in The London Art Schools, ed. by Nigel Llewellyn (London: Tate Publishing, 2015)
—‘Modernist Ruins and the Temporal Landscape of Jeffrey Rubinoff’s Sculpture Park’, in The Art of Jeffrey Rubinoff, ed. by James Fox (Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 2017)
—‘Art by the Many: The London Style Cults of the 1960s’, Conversation Piece, ed. by Thomas Crow, British Art Studies, 7 (2017)
—‘A Young Contemporary, 1958’, ‘Dark Sunlight in Summer, 1963’, and ‘The New Millennium,2000’ in The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition: A Chronicle  1769–2018 (London: Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 2018)
—‘Notes on Casts’ in Florian Roithmayr, Aftercast (Cambridge and London: Tenderbooks and Kettle’s Yard, 2018)
—Strange Beginnings: Biography, Youth and the Emerging Artist (in preparation)

—Susan Tallman, ‘Alexander Massouras: The Real and the Imaginary’, Art in Print vol. 6 no. 3 (September 2016)
—Robert Clark, ‘Exhibitions’, The Guardian (15 August 2015)
—Alice Gale-Feeny, ‘Alexander Massouras: Under the Sun’, This is Tomorrow (September 2015)
—Under the Sun [solo exhibition catalogue], with essays by John Newling and John-Paul Stonard (Syson Gallery, 2015)
—Gabriel Rolfe, ‘Art as Knowledge?’, Times Literary Supplement Blog (19 November 2015)
—Harriet Agnew, ‘Bojo vs Cameron’, Financial Times (8 May 2015)
—James Fox, ‘Collector’s Corner’, Printmaking Today vol. 23 no. 4 (Winter 2014)
—Emily Tobin, ‘Buying Art: Etching’, House and Garden (March 2014)
—Erica Cooke, ‘Present Future’, Artissima 2012 (exhibition catalogue)
—Rachel Spence, ‘Go Forth and Multiply’, Financial Times (13 October 2012)
—Julia Hendrickson, review of Three Moderately Cautionary Tales (etchings cycle), Art in Print, 2 (2012)
—Matthew Steeples, ‘What’s on Your Mantlepiece?’ (interview), The Steeple Times (2012)
—A. Moret, ‘Into the Unknown’, Installation, 2 (2012)
—Harriet Dennys, ‘Artistic License’, City AM (3 January 2012)
—Rachel Spence, ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’, Financial Times (14 October 2011)
—Eighteen Pages [solo exhibition catalogue], with essays by Jon Wood and Nathan Dunne (Skylight Projects, 2011)
—Lyndhurst Way: A Year of Exhibitions (Hannah Barry Gallery, 2007)