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Francis Upritchard Human Problems by Francis Upritchard

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Published by Veenman Publishers .
Written in English


  • Art styles: c 1960 -,
  • Individual artists,
  • Installations,
  • Individual Artist,
  • Art / Individual Artist,
  • History - Contemporary (1945- ),
  • Art,
  • Art & Art Instruction

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Edition Notes

ContributionsHari Kunzru (Contributor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9113421M
ISBN 109086900305
ISBN 109789086900305

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Francis Upritchard (born in New Plymouth, New Zealand) is a London-based contemporary artist. In she represented New Zealand at the Venice Biennale Education. Upritchard graduated from the Ilam School of Fine Arts at the University of Canterbury, School of Fine Arts in Awards: Walters Prize.   Artist Francis Upritchard’s London life has centred around East London since she arrived fresh out of art school in The Big Idea met her at her Hackney Central studio. It’s in this little corner of London where Upritchard first lived in squats, met some of her earliest collaborators and friends, and set up her own artist-run space.   4 August - 1 October Redrawing Collective and OSW. Collected Collaborations, initiated by the Artists’ Book Research Group, features propositional projects from the Redrawing Collective and OSW. Catalogue essayist Brad Haylock suggests that ‘In the present moment, we are witnessing an international surge in the popularity of artists’ books and independent publishing, a . 20/20 Rocks. Feb 4 - Mar 7, Brenda Nightingale / Nathan Pohio / Francis Upritchard. Twenty twenty is 20 years after Y2K, which was 20 years into the golden times that sprung from Reaganism, and just over 20 years after Brenda Nightingale, Nathan Pohio and Francis Upritchard graduated from the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts, Ilam. is the current year we are in.