'Social Stereotypes' (Shoppers and Hip-Hoppers)

by Mat Cahill

Drawing - 15.0cm x 21.0cm

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    Type | Original Art
    Medium | Drawing
    Year | 2012
    Size | 15.0cm x 21.0cm
    Ready to hang | No
    Signed | Yes
    Materials | Pen and Felt Tip

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    • Produced by the artist and approved by Rise Art
  • Scott Phillips

    The Insider Scott Phillips says:

    "Matt Cahill is a contemporary artist and former assistant to Damien Hirst. His works address social issues such as anonymity, individuality and the phenomenon of the crowd. Mat asks us to look closely at the unique units within the mass, to notice their differences and nuanced distinctions, and celebrate individuals while recognising their relationship with society."

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    • Mat's father was an art teacher and potter. It's in the blood. Look out for Mat's ceramic pieces.
    • The artist runs Creative Education consultancy, bringing art into schools and the community.
    • Mat worked as Damien Hirst's painting assistant in Devon.
  • 'Social Stereotypes' (Shoppers and Hip-Hoppers)

    A quick composition study creating new ways of representing social groupings.

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    Mat Cahill

    Mat Cahill is a British artist known for his drawings, some of which take him up to 400 hours to complete. Mat explores various themes in his work, from masculinity in contemporary society to issues of anonymity and individuality, and the phenomenon of the crowd.

    The artist trained at Loughborough University and Wimbledon College of Art. He founded his own art education consultancy in 2007 before going on to work as a studio assistant for Damien Hirst.

    Mat has exhibited his work in London, Manchester and Hong Kong. Last year, he created an installation at the Victoria & Albert Muse…

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