Category: Key inspiration

  • David Shrigley Examples of his cartoon animations Talking about his work Guardian article

  • Anna Boghiguian

    This is the first major UK exhibition devoted to Anna Boghiguian (born 1946, Cairo, Egypt). First organised by Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, it brings together notebooks, drawings, paintings, photographs, sculptures and large-scale installations, including a new work made for Tate St Ives. Books have been central to Boghiguian’s work since the 1980s, from…

  • Tracey Emin

    See: Google images for Tracey Emin Self Portrait Tate page on Tracey Emin Self

  • Stanley Donwood

  • Laura Grace Ford

    Ford 2018 quoted Wikipedia Laura Grace Ford. Savage Messiah 2011 pxvii  Iain Sinclair reviewing the Savage Messiah for The Guardian, quoted Wikipedia Laura Oldfield Ford (also known as Laura Grace Ford born 1973) is a British artist and author. Her work explores political themes and focuses on British urban areas. This draws on her experience of growing up in Halifax,…

  • Catherine Anyango

      website http://catherine-anyango.comCatherine Anyango uses film, sculpture and mise-en-scene devices to reconstruct physical environments that are disrupted by psychological, intangible phenomena. Many of her images are powerful graphite black and white drawings, often dealing with political issues.Heart of Darkness 2010, a graphic novel adaptation of Conrad’s novel about colonialismShe has produced live film events around London, including…

  • Nik Sousanis

    Use of symbolic metaphor leaps of imagination

  • David Shrigley Examples of his cartoon animations Talking about his work Guardian article

  • Anna Boghiguian

    Anna Boghiguian was born in 1946, an Armenian in Cairo. Living a nomadic life, the artist has constantly moved between different cities across the globe, from Egypt to Canada and India to France. She studied political science at the American University in Cairo, Egypt, and Arts and Music at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. The artist investigates subjects…

  • Gerald Scarfe

    To be developed using my notes and books from ‘Gerald Scarfe: Stage and Screen. House of Illustration exhibition February 2018.   Gerald Anthony Scarfe (b.1936) English caricaturist, illustrator for The New Yorker and editorial cartoonist for The Sunday Times. A former friend of the caricaturist Ralph Steadman, Scarfe was an early contributor to the scurrilous…