Lot 406 - Catherine Repko - Sisters Doing Homework
Oil Pastel on Paper
A6 (10 x 15cm) Original Artwork
Signed on verso
Catherine Repko (b.1990), is a painter living and working in London.
"This year, the studio became filled with cheap print-outs of pixelated faces of my three sisters, faces from different angles, photographs of us together, now as women: embracing, hands held, fingers intertwined - a deep connection, empathy, love and history. Thinking about the space between us, as adults, how we support each other and what these female relationships mean to me as a woman now, I began painting. Four women."
2019 - 2021 | Royal College of Art, MA Painting
2010 - 2013 | University of Brighton, BA Visual Communication
2011 | Minneapolis College of Art and Design, semester abroad
2009 - 2010 | Chelsea College of Art and Design, Foundation in Art
2021 | London Grads Now. 21, Saatchi Gallery, London
2021 | RCA Degree Show, Cromwell Place, London
2021 | Between the Acts, Wilder Gallery, London
2021 | NOW, Huxley Parlour, London
2021 | Final Not Over - Again, Unit 1 Gallery Workshop, London
2021 | The Drawing Room, Berntson Bhattacharjee Gallery, London
2020 | Blue Shop Cottage, BSC Presents: Repko + Whitehead, London
2020 | WIP Show, Royal College of Art, London
2021 | The Valerie Beston Artists' Trust prizewinner
2020 | The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation, 2020 Grantee
2016 | Arts Council England, Triangle Network Fellowship
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
Catherine Repko’s works are concerned with the enduring continuity of the
relationship between her female figures and 'collective memory' of family dynamics.
She uses paint to reenact moments from the past and place them into a new context, where the line between fiction and memory is thin if not non-existent.
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