Brian Griffiths (artist)

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Brian Griffiths (born 1968, Stratford-Upon-Avon, UK) is an artist based in London. He produces three-dimensional collages using a range of sources, including old textbooks, fifties and sixties furniture, remnants of cut linoleum and polystyrene.[1] His most well known works are his full-size cardboard reconstructions of computer work stations.

From 1995-1996 Griffiths studied for his M.A. in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London. He received his BA from the University of Humberside in 1992.

Griffiths has shown work internationally in many exhibitions including ‘New Blood’ at the Saatchi Gallery in London, the 2001 Tirana Biennale, ‘Haemorrhaging States’ at Tent in Rotterdam and ‘Hey, You Never Know’ at Kenny Schachter in New York. He is represented by Vilma Gold in London and The Breeder Projects in Athens. He participated in the 2001 Beck's Futures prize and was a selector for the 2006 Blomberg New Contemporaries.

Brian Grittiths is also a tutor at the Royal Academy of Arts[2] and a part-time tutor at Camberwell College of Arts for BA sculpture [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ John Slyce, The Guardian, March 22, 2001.
  2. ^ royal academy staff list
  3. ^ http://www.camberwell.arts.ac.uk/courses/62633.htm

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