About Justine Smith
Lives and Works:
London, United Kingdom
About the artist
Justine Smith is a British artist who uses paper cutting to explore money and currency. Through collage, print and sculpture, Justine investigates the physical beauty of the banknote and the complicated socio-political relationships with money that it signifies. We love the way her work plays on the power and the significance of money, while at the same time reducing it to its basic essence - paper.
The artist studied at The City and Guilds of London Art School and now works from a studio in Streatham. She has exhibited her work widely, in the UK as well as in the US.
Justine’s artworks are held by the British Council and the UK Government Fine Art Collection, and her paper cuts have appeared in a range of publications, including Design Week, The Financial Times, Dazed and Confused Magazine. The artist has also been commissioned to produce designs for Liberty and Paul Smith.
Need to know
- Invest in the new art of paper cutting
- This is art with something powerful to say - Manic Street Preachers, AA Gill and Sir Peter Blake are fans
- Smith has been commissioned by Liberty and Paul Smith
The Insider Katherine Mellor says:
"Justine Smith’s work is fascinating, reflecting the social and political resonances of currency throughout the world. Her work is owned by the UK Government Fine Art Collection and has been exhibited in government buildings. I like the way she focuses on the visual attraction and psychological value of money."
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