Cathy Lomax

FF (Wig 1)

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Year 2020
Medium Oil on paper
Dimensions 29.7 x 21 cm

About the work

FF (Wig 1) is from a new series of work entitled Actress Archives, which interrogates two of the key themes of my work – performance and ornamentation.

About the artist:

Cathy Lomax lives and works in London. Graduated from BA Fine Art, London Guildhall University (2000); MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London (2002); PhD Film Studies, Queen Mary, University of London (ongoing).

Lomax’s paintings and installations assimilate the seductive imagery of film, fame and fashion, juxtaposing it with personal narratives and the everyday. Her particular interests are femininity, masquerade and the way that popular culture is constructed, consumed and related to.

Her work is held public and private collections including Soho House, Swindon Museum and Art Gallery, and Priseman Seabrook Collection.

Selected exhibitions include Star Bar, Broadway Cinema, Letchworth (2020); Cathy Lomax: Painting on Paper, Yantai Library and Art Museum (2018); The Blind Spot, Swindon Museum and Art Gallery (2017); American Tan, Dolph, London (2015); Glass Menagerie, B&B Project Space, Folkestone (2011); Vanity Case, Lost in Beauty, London (2008); Girls World, Grey Area, Brighton (2007); and Vignettes, Rosy Wilde, London (2006). Selected group exhibitions include John Lennon’s Not Dead, Vout-O-Reenee’s, London (2020); Dance First Think Later, General Practice, Lincoln (2020); Picture Palace, Transition Gallery, London (2020); Dear Christine, Vane Gallery, Newcastle and touring (2019); Ghost Changing Room, Wimbledon Space, London (2019); The Immaculate Dream, Collyer Bristow Gallery, London (2019); Subject, Cob Gallery, London (2018); and A Gown by Orry-Kelly, Transition Two, London (2018).

Awards include Abbey Painting Fellow at The British School at Rome (2014), and winner of The Contemporary British Painting Prize (2016).

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