Made in Britain: 82 Painters of the 21st century

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Within the field, the multitude of “isms” which previously made up the landscape
of 20th century art have instead been replaced by the one big “ism” of the 21st
century, individualism. In this context, we may begin to think of and experience
paintings not as works of art produced from the hands of specifically female or
male artists, but from a group of individuals; unique, talented and united by the
common bonds of time and place and a desire to connect to the elusive experience
of what it is to be human.
David Ainley Iain Andrews Amanda Ansell Louis Appleby Richard Baker Karl Bielik
Claudia Böse John Brennan Julian Brown Simon Burton Ruth Calland Emma
Cameron Simon Carter Maria Chevska Jules Clarke Wayne Clough Ben Coode-Adams
Ben Cove Lucy Cox Andrew Crane Pen Dalton Alan Davie Jeffrey Dennis Lisa
Denyer Sam Douglas Annabel Dover Natalie Dowse Fiona Eastwood Nathan
Eastwood Tracey Emin Geraint Evans Paul Galyer Pippa Gatty Terry Greene Susan
Gunn Susie Hamilton Alex Hanna David Hockney Marguerite Horner Barbara Howey
Phil Illingworth Linda Ingham Silvie Jacobi Kelly Jayne Matthew Krishanu Bryan
Lavelle Andrew Litten Cathy Lomax Paula MacArthur David Manley Enzo Marra
Monica Metsers Nicholas Middleton Andrew Munoz Keith Murdoch Paul Newman
Stephen Newton Gideon Pain Andrew Parkinson Mandy Payne Charley Peters Ruth
Philo Alison Pilkington Narbi Price Robert Priseman Freya Purdue James Quin Greg
Rook Katherine Russell Stephen Snoddy Ben Snowden David Sullivan Harvey Taylor
Molly Thomson Ehryn Torrell Judith Tucker Philip Tyler Julie Umerle Marius von
Brasch Mary Webb Sean Williams Fionn Wilson
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationThe Green Gate, Długi Targ, Gdańsk, Poland
PublisherThe National Museum, Gdańsk
Size1 painting
Publication statusPublished - 14 Mar 2019


  • painting
  • Painting and the Digital


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