Michael Xuereb is originally from Malta. He spent his childhood in New York, and now lives in London. In 2009, Michael graduated in Photography from the London College of Communication. He was shortlisted for the 2008 National Open Art Exhibition with a controversial piece selected by Prof. Maurice Cockrill and artist Gavin Turk. Recent events that included Michael’s work, are: ‘Art Salon’, hosted by Flora Fairbairn, and the 2009 Frieze Art Fair, where he was part of Frieze Projects curated by Filipa Oliveira and Miguel Amado for the artist Brina Thurston. The series titled ‘When I was Wrong’ was chosen to be represented by murmurART. Michael was recently invited to be a part of two contemporary exhibitions in his home country. These are ‘A New Generation’ at the Malta Contemporary Arts Foundation gallery (January 2010), and ‘Relocation’, curated by Dr. Raphael Vella. (June 2010).

By trade, Michael Xuereb is a commercial photographer and image re-toucher. He is also a contributing writer for MANIC magazine, writing a bimonthly article titled: ‘Gallery Talks:'