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36.5cm x 49.0cm
  • Type | Limited Edition
  • Medium | Prints
  • Style | Figurative
  • Subject | Architecture
  • Year | 2011
  • Edition | of 25
  • Size | 36.5cm x 49.0cm
  • Ready to hang | Yes
  • Frame | Yes
  • Signed | Yes
  • Materials | Archival Pigment Print

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Rosalind Davis

British artist-curator Rosalind Davis studied at The Royal College of Art (2005) and Chelsea College of Art (2003) and has completed over 100 exhibitions since graduating from the RCA. Her abstract paintings, sculptures and installations break the barrier between psychological and physical space, creating interactive works into which she invites observers to enter and experience for themselves.

Rosalind Davis’ Style and Approach

Rosalind’s work is an investigation into the context of space
and architecture. There is a subtle alchemy behind Rosalind's compositions which involve shifting, folding, disassembling and binding various spaces, places and materials to create installations and truly tactile paintings such as Behold, oil and thread on photo. Modular structures feature widely in her portfolio as well as an emphasis on multi-dimensional configurations, largely influenced by styles such as Bauhaus, Constructivism and Concrete Art. Also commonly featured is the use of thread, representing the feminine and the domestic, against brutalist backdrops connotative of the masculine, sewed together and pinned down to repair, puncture and probe the physical and psychological thresholds of space. Dissected boundaries and fragmented geometric shapes, of which many are site-responsive, make for thoughtful pieces full of possibilities, pathways and dead-ends to be navigated and explored.

Exhibitions & Curatorial Projects

Rosalind has exhibited nationally and internationally, including several solo and collective shows in London such as at the Courtauld Institute and The Roundhouse. Since 2018, Davis has been collaborating with artist Justin Hibbs. Their collaborative installations have been installed and enjoyed across various galleries in London and Sevenoaks. As a curator, Rosalind has co-hosted tours for the likes of the Smithsonian, the Contemporary Art Society and the Government Art Collection, as well as South London Art Map, the Whitechapel Gallery, and contributed to the BBC4 Film, Tales of Winter. Rosalind is co-author of internationally renowned book, What they didn’t teach you at art school (2016), listed by The Observer as ‘essential reading for artists’.