Lot 17 - Hannah Tilson - Jumble
Lot 17 - Hannah Tilson - Jumble

Lot 17 - Hannah Tilson - Jumble

Drypoint monoprint on paper

2023

A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Alexandra Steinacker-Clark

ARTIST INFO

About 

Hannah Tilson (b.1995) lives and works in London. Tilson mixes her own paints using raw pigments and binder. A figure is encompassed in a fast moving ‘patternscape’- a landscape made of patterns. The figure disappears and reemerges, sometimes being completely swallowed up by the fabric, other times a hand or a shoe surfaces, pulling you closer to reality. 

Education 

BA, Slade School of Fine Art, London. The Drawing Year, Royal Drawing School, London. Exchange programme, New York Studio School, New York. Foundation, Central Saint Martins, London. 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

(solo) Soft Cut, Cedric Bardawil, London; (solo) Swoosh, Well Projects, Margate; Phantom Brush, A plus A, Venice; Al Dente: A Feast for the Senses - Berntson Bhattacharjee - curated by Edoardo Monti; Fierce Form, Baert Gallery, Los Angeles; Patterns of Intimacy, MINT, Munich; London Original Print Fair, (Advanced Graphics London) Somerset House, London; A Flash of Blue, Cedric Bardawil, London; Salvaje Y Dulce, Badr El Jundi Gallery, Spain; Best of the Drawing Year, Christies, London; Guts Gallery Inaugural Exhibition, Guts Gallery, London; The Lotus Eaters, Aindrea Contemporary, Aindrea Emelife, London; Small is Beautiful XXXIX, Flowers Gallery, London; Cure3, Bonhams, London; Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London; Paper Cuts, The Saatchi Gallery, London; Topless Palaces, NYSS, New York. Tilson completed a residency at Palazzo Monti in September 2022, was shortlisted for the ACS studio prize 2023 and longlisted for the Ruth Borchard self portrait prize 2021. 

 Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork 

A figure is encompassed in a fast moving ‘patternscape’- a landscape made of patterns. Disappearing and re-emerging, sometimes being completely swallowed up by the fabrics, other times a hand or a shoe surfaces, pulling you closer to reality. 

 

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