Hurvin Anderson

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Hurvin Anderson (born in Birmingham, 1965) is a British painter.

Early life and education[edit]

Anderson was born in Birmingham in the UK to parents of Jamaican origin.[1] He was educated at Wimbledon College of Art, London and The Royal College of Art.

Career[edit]

Anderson has won awards and held residencies in Britain and the Caribbean. His work has been exhibited in group and solo exhibitions in the UK and the US, including at Tate Britain, London, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, and the Studio Museum, Harlem, New York.[2] Colin Perry in Frieze Magazine described the artist's work as "a vision of an awkwardly accommodated immigrant culture". Anderson is represented by Thomas Dane in London and Michael Werner in New York.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Hurvin Anderson: Reporting Back, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 2013. Texts by Eddie Chambers, Jennifer Higgie and Jonathan Watkins.
  • Hurvin Anderson: Subtitles, Michael Werner Gallery, New York, 2011. Text by Matthew Higgs.
  • Hurvin Anderson a View of the Rio Cobre, Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 2006. Text by Ian A. C. Dejardin.

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