Callum Innes

Untitled (From a series of ongoing sketchbooks)

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Year 2023
Medium Ink on Graph Paper
Dimensions 29.7 x 21 cm

About the work

This is an ink on graph paper drawing from a series of sketchbooks, 2023.

Career Highlights

Callum Innes works both in Oslo and Edinburgh.
The interplay between the additive and subtractive process, making and unmaking, presence and absence, constitutes the essence of the oeuvre developed by Callum Innes.
Innes was short-listed for the Turner and Jerwood Prizes in 1995. He won the prestigious NatWest Prize for Painting in 1998 and in 2002 was awarded the Jerwood Prize for Painting.
He has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally and his work is held in public collections worldwide including: Guggenheim, New York; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Fort Worth Museum, Texas; TATE, London, and Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.

← Anne Imhof

Untitled

Vanessa Jackson →

Dart

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