|Medium||Pencil, watercolour, and pen on paper|
|Dimensions||29.7 x 20.5 cm|
About the work
This drawing is part of a series I made in 2020. In this work I’m looking to find the uncanny rather than the mysterious. Drawing makes up 90% of what I do in the studio, revealing questions that I take towards my paintings.
About the artist:
Born London 1967, Danny Rolph lives and works in London. Graduated from MA Painting at Royal College of Art (1993).
Rolph’s triplewall and canvas paintings construct their grammar of signs through material engagement and unprincipled investigations into the history of the ‘pictorial’. Driven by a unique approach to colour he consistently produces compositions with attitude and visual dexterity.
His works are held in public and private collections including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and Tate, London.
Selected solo exhibitions include The Orchard, Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston (2019); Jerriais, CCA galleries, Jersey (2019); WCW, 532gallery, New York (2018); Encounters, CCA Galleries, Jersey (2017); Painted on the sky, Barbara Davis Gallery, Houston (2016); Recollection, 532gallery, New York (2015); Atelier, E.S.A.D., Valence (2013); Ten minutes from now, Eden Rock Gallery, St.Barths (2011); Brasilia, Koraalberg Gallery, Antwerp (2010); Simultaneous Dreams, AR/ Contemporary, Milan (2009); There is no such thing as pure, Hales Gallery, London (2006); Rutherford, Newlyn Art Gallery (2005); and Locations, Chapter, Cardiff (2002). Selected group exhibitions include where we are, Ambulatory Mercers Hall, London (2020); Vision X, Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin (2019); Purifications, Aeroplastics, Brussels (2017); Then for now, Delfina Foundation, London (2015); Inside the Palace, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin (2014); London-Berlin, Galerie Fruehsorge, Berlin (2011); Collage, Bloomberg Space, London (2004); New British Painting, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton (2003); √-1, Kontainer, Los Angeles (2003); Miniature, Kybidou Gallery, Tokyo (2003); and John Moores 22, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (2002).
Awards include the Mark Rothko Residency Award, Latvia (2020); and selected as a Rome Scholar, British School at Rome (1998).