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  • Art. painting. For Example: chris agnew

    04.09.2012

    chris agnew

    painting

    Chris Agnew works predominantly with pencil on paper and an idiosyncratic technique of etching into icon panels with highly detailed oil painting. Using imagery as varied as ideological architecture, mountainous landscapes, scientific instruments and religious symbolism, his works seek to question the structure of belief systems and the significant role that coincidence and misunderstandings play.

    Agnew gained a BA degree in Contemporary Art Practice at The University of Leeds (2008) and a Masters degree in Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Art (2010). His work has been short-listed for the Jerwood Drawing Prize (2009 & 2010), The Clifford Chance Post-Graduate Printmaking Prize (2010) and Saatchi’s New Sensations (2010). He is also a recipient of the Jealous Graduate Print Prize (2010). His work has been exhibited in Tokyo, Italy and throughout the UK – including the Royal Academy of Arts’ Summer Exhibition (2011) – and has featured on the front page of the London Evening Standard. His first solo exhibition – The Pomp of Circumstances – was held at Nancy Victor Gallery in Fitzrovia, London in June 2012. His work is held in private and public collections across the world and he currently spends his time between Bucharest and London.

    www.chrisagnew.co.uk
  • Art. painting. For Example: chris agnew

    04.09.2012

    chris agnew

    painting

    Chris Agnew works predominantly with pencil on paper and an idiosyncratic technique of etching into icon panels with highly detailed oil painting. Using imagery as varied as ideological architecture, mountainous landscapes, scientific instruments and religious symbolism, his works seek to question the structure of belief systems and the significant role that coincidence and misunderstandings play.

    Agnew gained a BA degree in Contemporary Art Practice at The University of Leeds (2008) and a Masters degree in Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Art (2010). His work has been short-listed for the Jerwood Drawing Prize (2009 & 2010), The Clifford Chance Post-Graduate Printmaking Prize (2010) and Saatchi’s New Sensations (2010). He is also a recipient of the Jealous Graduate Print Prize (2010). His work has been exhibited in Tokyo, Italy and throughout the UK – including the Royal Academy of Arts’ Summer Exhibition (2011) – and has featured on the front page of the London Evening Standard. His first solo exhibition – The Pomp of Circumstances – was held at Nancy Victor Gallery in Fitzrovia, London in June 2012. His work is held in private and public collections across the world and he currently spends his time between Bucharest and London.

    www.chrisagnew.co.uk
  • Art. painting. For Example: chris agnew

    04.09.2012

    chris agnew

    painting

    Chris Agnew works predominantly with pencil on paper and an idiosyncratic technique of etching into icon panels with highly detailed oil painting. Using imagery as varied as ideological architecture, mountainous landscapes, scientific instruments and religious symbolism, his works seek to question the structure of belief systems and the significant role that coincidence and misunderstandings play.

    Agnew gained a BA degree in Contemporary Art Practice at The University of Leeds (2008) and a Masters degree in Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Art (2010). His work has been short-listed for the Jerwood Drawing Prize (2009 & 2010), The Clifford Chance Post-Graduate Printmaking Prize (2010) and Saatchi’s New Sensations (2010). He is also a recipient of the Jealous Graduate Print Prize (2010). His work has been exhibited in Tokyo, Italy and throughout the UK – including the Royal Academy of Arts’ Summer Exhibition (2011) – and has featured on the front page of the London Evening Standard. His first solo exhibition – The Pomp of Circumstances – was held at Nancy Victor Gallery in Fitzrovia, London in June 2012. His work is held in private and public collections across the world and he currently spends his time between Bucharest and London.

    www.chrisagnew.co.uk
  • Art. painting. For Example: chris agnew

    04.09.2012

    chris agnew

    painting

    Chris Agnew works predominantly with pencil on paper and an idiosyncratic technique of etching into icon panels with highly detailed oil painting. Using imagery as varied as ideological architecture, mountainous landscapes, scientific instruments and religious symbolism, his works seek to question the structure of belief systems and the significant role that coincidence and misunderstandings play.

    Agnew gained a BA degree in Contemporary Art Practice at The University of Leeds (2008) and a Masters degree in Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Art (2010). His work has been short-listed for the Jerwood Drawing Prize (2009 & 2010), The Clifford Chance Post-Graduate Printmaking Prize (2010) and Saatchi’s New Sensations (2010). He is also a recipient of the Jealous Graduate Print Prize (2010). His work has been exhibited in Tokyo, Italy and throughout the UK – including the Royal Academy of Arts’ Summer Exhibition (2011) – and has featured on the front page of the London Evening Standard. His first solo exhibition – The Pomp of Circumstances – was held at Nancy Victor Gallery in Fitzrovia, London in June 2012. His work is held in private and public collections across the world and he currently spends his time between Bucharest and London.

    www.chrisagnew.co.uk
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