Lot 65 - Talia Golchin - Umbilics - Hold Me Tight
Lot 65 - Talia Golchin - Umbilics - Hold Me Tight

Lot 65 - Talia Golchin - Umbilics - Hold Me Tight

Oil paint on card


A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork 

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Art on a Postcard



Talia Golchin is a British Iranian artist who lives and works in London. She has earned her MA Fine Art from Central Saint Martins in 2021, following her studies in Fashion Design at UCLAN. Her artistic practice includes painting, sculpture, and digital media. Talia Golchin’s work has been featured internationally, including the Barbican Arts Group Trust, London; Tate Modern, London; Saatchi Gallery, London; and most recently at The Bomb Factory, London. In 2021, the artist was invited to take part in the Women Bauhaus Collective project and residency organised by La Prairie. In that context, her work has been presented at Art Basel and Frieze London in 2022. Talia has recently exhibited her first solo exhibition at the Livi gallery, Zurich as well as Feria ARCO, Lisbon. Moreover, her work titled ‘squeeze’ has earned a two-year placement at the Courtauld Institute. Talia Golchin’s work has been featured in Dazed Digital, Wallpaper, Architectural Digest France, and Frieze Magazine. 



MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins, London, UK 

BA Fashion Design, UCLAN 


Solo Shows 

Umbilics, Live Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland 


Group Shows 


Courtauld Institute, East Wing Biennial, London, UK 

ARCO Art Fair, Lisbon, Portugal 

Seventeen, The BOMB Factory Art Foundation, London, UK 


The Women Bauhaus Collective, La Prairie, Frieze, London, UK 


Barbican Arts Group Trust, London, UK 




Residency, The BOMB Factory Art Foundation, UK

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