Duggie Fields, who died yesterday, was one of the new figurative painters that defined Britain in the 1970s and 80s. His work was internationally influential, especially his graphic sensibility.
3 February 2020
THEM is a new exhibition examining the work of an important group of artists who came to prominence in the early 1970s, including Duggie Fields, Andrew Logan and Derek Jarman. Curated by James Birch, the show’s title derives from an article of the same name written by the cultural historian Peter York for Harpers & […]
A unique arts hub in South East London, Bermondsey Project set up five years ago by the homelessness charity Crisis in partnership with studio and arts education provider Bow Arts is to mark its closing to make way for a housing development a launch party, FIN, will be held on 12 September. FIN will see the […]
Barbara Nessim, the highly influential Bronx-born artist and illustrator was in London last night for the launch of an exhibition of her work at the V&A. The display is made up of 100 objects, many works on paper, which represent a significant body of output, surveying her distinguished career. The artist has generously donated the […]