Gerard Hemsworth

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Gerard Hemsworth
Born Gerard Hemsworth
Title Professor
Website
gerardhemsworth.com

Gerard Hemsworth (born 1945, London) is an academic and a contemporary artist. He studied at St. Martin's College from 1963-1967 and has exhibited his work internationally since the 1970s. Initially his work was associated with the conceptual art practices of the late 1960s/1970s, however since the early 1980s it has expanded to include painting and print-making. In 1995, he exhibited with the BANK (art collective). In 2000, he was the winner of the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition Charles Wollaston Prize.[1]

He is currently Professor of Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London where he is Director of Postgraduate Studies in Fine Art.[2]

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  1. ^ THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS 239TH SUMMER EXHIBITION
  2. ^ Department of Art Goldsmiths University of London

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