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Rose English, Rose on Horseback with Tail, 1974/2012, C-type photograph, 50.8 x 76.2 cm, Edition 1/6 + 4 APs. © the artist, courtesy Richard Saltoun Gallery and Karsten Schubert Gallery.
2015 York Art Gallery

Rose English

Rose English (b.1950) is an interdisciplinary artist, who has been writing, directing and performing her own work for over 35 years. She has recently been the focus of a major solo show at Kunsthal…

2015 UH Galleries

Noémie Goudal

Noémie Goudal’s (b.1984) latest series of work, entitled Southern Light Stations, reflects the artist’s interest in man-made interventions in the natural world. She continues to photograph her constructions in natural environments, using them to distort the…

Victoria Morton, Untitled, 2010, Oil paint on wooden panels (2 panels each), 76.5 x 83 cm. Courtesy the artist and The Modern Institute/ Toby Webster Ltd, Glasgow.
2015 The McManus Dundee’s Art Gallery & Museum

Victoria Morton

Victoria Morton (b.1971) is a Glasgow-based artist whose work involves the use of painting, sound, found objects, garments and photography. Her recent shows include The Appearance (Galerie Born Berlin, 2016); Continuum (Hospitalfield Arts, Arbroath, 2015); and…

Dadston, Andrew, Norwich Castle Museum, Black Barbed Wire, 2013 LOW RES
2015 Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery

Andrew Dadson

Andrew Dadson (b.1980) is a Canadian artist who works with painting, sculpture, photography and performance and is interested in the slippages between them. His works have been exhibited widely across Europe and the US, with…

Alison Erica Forde - Lets Dance - Bury Art Gallery (Front side) WEB SIZE
2015 Bury Art Gallery

Alison Erika Forde

Alison Erika Forde (b.1985) was born in Wigan, Greater Manchester, and has been practising art in and around Manchester since graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2008. Forde exhibits regularly in the UK and overseas…

Noémie Goudal, Satellite II, 2014, Lambda print, 168 x 208cm, Edition 1/5. © the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti, London.
2015 Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum, Mead Art Gallery

Noémie Goudal

The Contemporary Art Society has acquired Satellite I and Satellite II by Noémie Goudal (b.1984, Paris, France) for Mead Art Gallery, Warwick and Leamington Spa Art Gallery. Noémie Goudal’s work…

Natalie Dower Red Flyer (1989) Oil paint on wood 303 x 410cm.  Courtesy the Mead Gallery, University of Warwick Art Collection .
2014 Mead Art Gallery

Natalie Dower

Natalie Dower (b.1931, London, UK) works in the knowledge that the growth of every living thing is governed by mathematical rules. Connected to the British Systems artists, Dower works to this knowledge, creating paintings that…

Michael Eden Cyan Bloom (2014) 3D printed in high-quality nylon with unique mineral soft coating 22 x 19cm Edition 18/24.
2015 Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery

Michael Eden

Michael Eden (b.1955, Blackburn, UK), is based in Milnthorpe, Cumbria, UK. His innovative work is represented in public collections in the UK and abroad such as Crafts Council Collection, Leeds Art Gallery and Museum of…

Fenella Elms Large flow pot (2014) Porcelain, clay 50 x 50cm (approximately).  © the artist, courtesy the artist .
2015 Swindon Museum and Art Gallery

Fenella Elms

Fenella Elms (b.1964, Münster, Germany) is a contemporary ceramists based near Swindon who is inspired by natural forms, rhythm and motion. Her work was recently presented at galleries including Contemporary Applied Arts, London (2014); Bluecoat…

Maria Damon, The Ceramic Age, for Alan Read (2007) Cotton on linen 20 x 20.5cm.  Images ©Birmingham Museums Trust.
2015 Bury Art Gallery

Maria Damon

Maria Damon is a renowned poet, scholar, and academician who is based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work has been exhibited at Bury Art Museum (2014); the Katherine Nash Gallery, Minneapolis, USA (2013); the London…

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