Lion II Silkscreen

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  • Type | Limited Edition
  • Medium | Prints > Screenprint
  • Style | Expressionistic
  • Subject | Animals
  • Year | 2016
  • Edition | of 50
  • Size | 85.0cm x 85.0cm
  • Ready to hang | No
  • Frame | No
  • Signed | Yes, Front
  • Materials | Silkscreen on Somerset Tub 410gsm

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Dave White

Since graduating from Liverpool John Moore’s University’s painting programme in 1994, Dave White has found success in all corners of the art world, pushing the artistic and commercial limits of animal portraiture. His digital prints display a deep understanding of their subjects, which he imbues with an almost anthropomorphic sense of contemplation. In the last 20 years, his iconic style has found its way onto Nike trainers, cars and into countless important public and private collections.

Dave White’s Exhibitions and Fairs

Dave’s career began with his being given a coveted place in the Royal College of Art’s Northern Graduates Exhibition. His work’s playful relationship with impressionism led him to his inclusion in a slew of group exhibitions with early 20th Century specialists Connaught Brown throughout the late 1990s. Here, his work was often juxtaposed with that of modern masters such as Camille Pissarro and Pablo Picasso. He has since shown across the world, from Art Basel Miami to his own hometown, where he has twice had solo exhibitions as part of the iconic Liverpool Biennial.

Sneaker Art and Brand Collaborations

In 2002, the artist began experimenting with “Sneaker Art”, following the tradition of blurring the line between fine art and consumer goods started by Andy Warhol and more recently championed by Takashi Murakami. This facet of his practice has led him to collaborate with Nike and Jordan Brand, as well as being featured in the 2018 Philips Tongue and Chic sneaker exhibition alongside Murakami himself. He has also worked with Jaguar, Staple Clothing and Harpers Bazaar.

Charity Work

Unsatisfied with merely depicting his animal subjects without meaningful engagement with the issues that impact them, Dave regularly works with organisations involved in animal conservation. In 2018, his work Fragile, a fibreglass sculpture of a rhino, was put on public show on London’s New Bond Street and auctioned off by Christie’s as part of an auction benefiting wildlife charity Tusk.

You can learn more about the guiding ideas and themes behind Dave’s work in our article Dave White, a new kind of animal art which reflects on how his practice fits into the centuries-long tradition of animal portraiture.