Lot 36 - Duncan McAfee - Reconstruction #3
Indian ink, paint and cardboard on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for War Child UK
Duncan McAfee, born in Hertforshire, UK, 1976, is a London-based, British artist working primarily in painting and drawing.
2021/22 – Turps Off Site painter, Turps Banana Art School
2000/01 – PGCE Art and Design, Institute of Education
1997/2000 – BA Hons, Chelsea College of Art and Design
2022 – 'It's Not Over Yet', Solo Show, 303 Projects/The Art Gallery, Lowestoft, UK
2021 – 'Pause/Play', Brixton Art Club, London, UK
2021 – 'Oh God', Kyle Marks, online exhibition with Kyle Marks Projects, Calgary, CA
2020 – Art Gazette, commercial collection, London/Cape Town
2007 – 2011 i-cabin, Clarendon Buildings, 11 Ronalds Road, London N5 1XJ
2002 – 2005 Henry Peacock Gallery, 38a Foley Street, London W1P 7LB
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
These four new works were made specifically for Art On A Postcard using painted cardboard packaging off-cuts. Playing with themes around up-cycling, sustainability and reconstruction, fragments of cartoon motifs from previous paintings are recycled and reused. These are painted onto cardboard panels which are built from off-cuts of already recycled packaging material from previous artworks. This material, the detritus of our over-consuming, post lock-down lives carries fragmented cartoon imagery evoking our communal senses of over-exposure, bewilderment and anxiety about the many crises of the contemporary world.
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