Lot 2 - Amy Wiggin - I Don’t Want Your Niceties I Want Your Love
Lot 2 - Amy Wiggin - I Don’t Want Your Niceties I Want Your Love

Lot 2 - Amy Wiggin - I Don’t Want Your Niceties I Want Your Love

Acrylic and ink 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 

Amy Wiggin (she/her), Amy Wiggin is a multifaceted British artist who currently lives and works in London, UK. She delves into contemporary concepts of womanhood and partnership in her art practice. Through narrative-driven printmaking and paintings, often infused with explicit and romantic themes, she challenges traditional gender narratives, using humour and bold characters to engage viewers in a collaborative reflection on modern relationships and gender roles. 

Education 

2011-2014  
BA Visual Communication, The Glasgow School of Art  
 
2012-2013  
KADK Copenhagen, Erasmus year  
 
2007-2008  
Foundation in Art, The London College of Fashion  
 
2003-2006  
BA English Literature & History of Art, The University of Leeds  

Select Exhibitions 

Maza Art Gallery, Madrid 

Art Collectors Home Exhibition, Little Venice, London  

The Right Kind of Man Exhibition, presented by Art School London 

The Royal Academy of Art Summer Show, Mayfair, London 

Koppel Curates Turboflair, New Bond Street, Mayfair, London  

The Other Art Fair, Truman Brewery, London  

Irving Contemporary Gallery, Oxford 

The Lido Stores, Margate 

Tart Gallery, London  

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London  

Awards 
2022 
SouthCombe Barn Women's Annual Residency 

2019 
Varda Artists Residency, San Francisco 

2016 
Beta Beta Artists Residency, Scotland 

Gallery Representation 

I am self-represented; however, I additionally work with various galleries, curators, Art dealers and advisors including: Maza Art Madrid, The Nomad Salon London & Art School London. 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork 

These works are a playful commentary on dating and gender perception. Based on real interactions, I hope they bring humour, joy and connection to the viewer. 

 

You must not reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or exploit any works. In doing so, you endanger our relationships with artists, and directly jeopardise the charitable work we do. 

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