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Cartrain was born on 1991 in London, United Kingdom, is a British artist. At 29 years old, Cartrain height not available right now. We will update Cartrain's height soon as possible.

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Cartrain worth at the age of 29 years old? Cartrain’s income source is mostly from being a successful Artist. He is from British. We have estimated Cartrain's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2012 Cartrain created a series of collage artworks featuring images of Gilbert & George. These images were later reproduced by Gilbert & George and displayed at their 2014 exhibition "Scapegoating" at the White Cube gallery in London. In a 2012 interview George said to The Guardian "We are very proud of that".


In July 2009, Cartrain walked into Tate Britain and removed a packet of Faber Castell 1990 Mongol 482 series pencils from Damien Hirst's installation, Pharmacy. Cartrain then made a fake police "Wanted" poster, which was distributed around London, stating that the pencils had been stolen and that if anyone had any information they should call the police on the phone number advertised. Cartrain made this statement:

In December 2009 the Metropolitan Police dropped all charges against Cartrain. The Independent wrote: "Cartrain told me that, happily, all police charges have since been dropped and that he's even had a meeting with the Tate to discuss the issue.What's more, he came face to face with Hirst himself at the latter's current show at London's White Cube gallery."


In April 2008 Boris Johnson invited him to display his work at City Hall.

In December 2008, Damien Hirst contacted the Design and Artists Copyright Society (DACS) demanding action be taken over works containing images of his skull sculpture For the Love of God made by then 16-year-old Cartrain, and sold on the internet gallery On the advice of his gallery, Cartrain handed over the artworks to DACS and forfeited the £200 he had made; he said, "I met Christian Zimmermann [from DACS] who told me Hirst personally ordered action on the matter."


Cartrain started photographing abandoned buildings in 2007. He has explored over 150 abandoned buildings since 2009, including Millennium Mills, Lots Road Power Station, St Mary's tube station and Walthamstow Stadium.


Cartrain (born 1991), often stylised cart яain , is a British artist associated with the graffiti urban art movement.