Bio

As a professional artist my work has enjoyed exhibitions throughout the UK, which include, The Mall Galleries, The Peoples History Museum, The Jewish Museum, as well as numerous commercial galleries. A social realist concern has always been the basis for my work. However, recently portraiture and figurative compositions have become central to my development.

 

 

 

 

CV

 

Education

 

Portraiture Diploma, Heatherley School of fine art. 2018-2020 (Currently studying).

Drawing Intensive Term. Royal Drawing School. 2017.
Fine Art BA, Chelsea Collage of Art and Design. 2009-2012.


Selected exhibitions

Royal Institute of Oil Painters Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, Nov 2019.

Mr Heatherley Exhibition, Heatherleys School Of Fine Art, Nov 2019.

Diploma Show, Heatherley School of Art, Jul 2019

Group Exhibition “The Hive” Dalston. 2016.

Look Here Not There” Solo Exhibition, Grapefruit Gallery. Aug-Sept 2015.

Recent Works” Solo Exhibition, Priory House, London. Oct-Dec 2014. 

Coal” Solo Exhibition, The People's History Museum, Manchester. Jun-Jul 2014

Art and Protest” Group Exhibition, Guerilla Galleries, London. April 2013.

Degree Show” Chelsea Collage Of Art and Design, London. Jun 2012.

Cable Street Exhibition” London. Jun 2011.

Radical Roots Programme” The Jewish Museum, London. Oct 2011.

 

Prizes And Awards

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Mr Heatherly Composition Prize, Nov 2019

Daphne Todd Portrait Prize, Jul 2019

 

 

Publications

R., Sanghani 11/11/2019) “I Thought I could never love my large nose-But then I had my Portrait Painted” Guardian

J., Peter, (2016) “China From Permanent Revolution to Counter-Revolution”. Well Red Books. Cover artwork.

C., Oldham, (2015) “In Loving Memory Of Work, A Visual Record Of The UK Miners' Strike 1984-85”. Unified Theory Of Everything.

 N., Baldion, (2012) “Art And Socialism, Manifesto Of the Militant Art Group”. Well Red Books. Authorship.

 

 

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