Draft:Richie Culver

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Symbol opinion vote.svg Comment: I am an avid supporter of the arts so followed links and searched and "almost" rejected this because of a lack of clear notability. I am declining in hopes that this can be incubated with future improvements that will include sources reflective of actual notability. A random look at references turned up two dead links. A showing in a foreign city, like the "Nuart Gallery": "Sale 10-30% Off", of an artist among others, just does not cross the threshold of a breakout notable international artist and I didn't see the subject on the list of one advertised exhibition as a headline, solo, or even among others. More information can be found at notability and specifically "b", "c", and "d" concerning WP:ARTIST. Otr500 (talk) 16:17, 25 February 2019 (UTC)

Symbol opinion vote.svg Comment: Significant coverage in possibly WP:INDEPENDENT sources [1], [2]. These do not appear to be reliable sources, however. ~Kvng (talk) 15:10, 25 February 2019 (UTC)

Symbol opinion vote.svg Comment: No sources independent of the subject. SportingFlyer talk 12:31, 8 August 2018 (UTC)


Richie Culver (born 1983) is a British contemporary artist who works with painting and sculpture. He grow up in Hull, working on a caravan site as a teenager where he began photographing the people around him, Richie soon started seeing similarities between his own experiences and the iconic photographs of Larry Clark and Nan Goldin. Self-taught, Richie art began with collaging his photographs, and then expanded to other mediums such as painting.[1].

He came to prominence in 2010 with a piece in a group show at the Tate Modern as part of The Museum of Everything show.

Richie Culver is now considered a multidisciplinary artist, creating sculptures, paintings and collages. Richies paintings are mainly in a playful and sketchy style, depicting abstract figures often poking fun at society, life and encorperating pop culture [2]. Culver has always found interested in and drawn inspiration from Brutalism, forms of combat and anarchic undertones like the K Foundation, A number of high profile collectors have began to collate his work, including; Harry Blain of Blain Southern Gallery as well as Tate Modern and the Soho House Group.[3][dead link]

He has gone on to show internationally and is currently represented by Lehman + Silva in porto, portugal.[4]

Along with his passion for art, Culver has experimented within the world of fashion[5]. In 2012 he collaborated with Eastpakon a range of bags to help raise funds against AIDS.[6] In 2014 he collaborated with Topman to produce a collection of limited edition tees, tops and caps.[7] Culver combines car boot sale finds and Savile Row tailoring with Highly regarded and established designers such as Raf Simons and Gosha Rubchinskiy to construct a modern aesthetic[8]

In 2018 he was the first Hull born artist to show at Humber Street Gallery, Hull. where he showcased his exhibition; No One Knows me like Dawn from the Jobcentre[9] as part of the Hull UK City of Culture 2018. The Exhibition showcases a period in Richies life where he would spend fortnightly meetings with his Benefits Supervisor. The paintings in the exhibition depict the days between the visits to the jobcentre. [10][dead link]

References[edit]

  1. ^ |tittle=ART ON HIS SLEEVE: RICHIE|https://therake.com/stories/craft/art-on-his-sleeve-richie-culver/
  2. ^ https://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/richie-culver-art-010818%7Cwebsite=www.itsnicethat.com
  3. ^ Cite web|http://www.arteviste.com/arteviste/2018/3/13/an-interview-with-richie-culver-at-his-studio-in-kensal-rise-london%7Ctittle=An Interview with Richie Culver at his Studio in Kensal Rise, London|website=http://www.arteviste.com%7Cref name=Arteviste
  4. ^ "Richie Culver". www.lehmannsilva.com. Retrieved 2018-07-20.
  5. ^ ref name="Arteviste"
  6. ^ "Richie Culver Throwback". artiststudio.eastpak.com. Retrieved 2018-07-20.
  7. ^ "Richie Culver". topman.com. Retrieved 2018-07-20.
  8. ^ ref name="Arteviste"
  9. ^ "NO ONE KNOWS ME LIKE DAWN FROM THE JOBCENTRE: RICHIE CULVER_ - Humber Street Gallery". Humber Street Gallery. Retrieved 2018-07-20.
  10. ^ Cite web|url=https://fadmagazine.com/2018/03/04/235449/%7Ctitle=Richie Culver one of Hull’s finest