Kate Atkin

Hyde Park, Near Serpentine

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Year 2024
Medium Pencil on paper
Dimensions 29.3 x 20.9 cm

About the work

Drawing of a tree.

Career Highlights

Mute Objects, 9a Projects, Todmorden, West Yorks, UK – solo exhibition (2023);

Floating Heads, Xxijra Hii, Deptford, London, UK – solo exhibition (2021);

The Feuilleton: I Will Bear Witness, Festival of Two Worlds, Spoletto & MACRO Roma, Italy – group exhibition.

Vitamin D3: New Perspectives in Drawing published by Phaidon Press; I Think About Life and Death all the Time, Studio International interview by David Trigg (2021); Use This If You Want To Be Great At Drawing: An Inspirational Sketchbook, written 
by Henry Carroll and Selwyn Leamy (2019).

British Council Collection, UK

← Uri Aran

Equation Under the Sun / Day Out

Frank Auerbach →

Sketch for Mornington Crescent Looking South

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