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Shift: new works by Alison Watt (exhibition catalogue).

Alison Watt

Shift: new works by Alison Watt (exhibition catalogue).

by Alison Watt

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Published by Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh .
Written in English


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Shift: new works by Alison Watt (exhibition catalogue) by Alison Watt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Exhibition catalog published for the exhibition Shift: new works by Alison Watt, held at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, from 18 November until 7 January Description: 24 pages: color illustrations ; 25 cm: Responsibility: by Alison Watt.

Alison Watt was born in Greenock, graduated from Glasgow School of Art in While still a student, she came to national attention by winning the John Player Portrait Award and as a result was commissioned to paint a portrait of the Queen Mother.

Her first works to become well known were dryly painted figurative canvases, often female nudes, in light. Alison Watt (British, b) was born in Greenock, Scotland, in She attended the Glasgow School of Art from to Inthe artist won the John Player Portrait Award.

The recognition from the award lead her to paint a portrait of Queen Elizabeth of ality: British. Alison Watt became fascinated with making and looking at paintings from a young age, and today she is a champion for the importance and unique nature of the medium.

She developed her art in the s when, focusing on the human figure, she worked on self-portraits and studies of life models in the studio. The absence of the human figure marked an important shift in her work. However, rather than completely abandoning the figure Watt’s new paintings evoked the human body in its absence.

In Watt undertook a prestigious residency as Associate Artist at. Hiding in Full View presents a new group of paintings by Alison Watt alongside a new collection of poems by Don Paterson, both looking to the work of the American photographer Francesca Woodman for their inspiration.

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What inspired Alison Watt to tell this story. “As I wrote this novel, we were approachng the hundredth anniversary of the Halifax Explosion, and we now see the long shadow it (and the war from which it sprang) has cast on our own time in new events reach into my own life – by the simple fact that I would not be here without them.

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Born Greenock, Scotland, UK. Lives and works in Edinburgh. Education — Associate Artist at The National Gallery, London, UK. The works shown ranged from room-sized installations by Ross Sinclair, Graham Fagen, Torsten Lauschmann and Simon Starling to painting and sculpture by Charles Avery, Kate Davis, Jonathan Monk, Lucy McKenzie, Victoria Morton and Alison Watt.

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She replaced the woman uncovered with the covers un-womaned. It is this later work, depicting folds and swathes of drapery, for which she is most : Tamsin Nicholas. Beautiful paintings from Alison Watt will soon be on show at the National Gallery from March The sheer scale of her paintings are qui.

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