Eight Identical Shapes 82º
by John Carter RA
Painting and sculpture set up a compelling dialogue in the screenprints of British-born John Carter RA – a one-time assistant to Bryan Kneale, and teacher at the Chelsea College of Art .
|Dimensions||64 x 53cm|
|Fabric & material||Screenprint|
|Artist VAT Number||178969917|
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Painting and sculpture set up a compelling dialogue in the screenprints of British-born John Carter RA – a one-time assistant to Bryan Kneale, and teacher at the Chelsea College of Art.
Carter is influenced by European concrete and constructivist artists, and says his printmaking relates closely to the processes of experimentation and research towards the making of his ‘wall objects’. Often with a mathematical basis, these are the forms for which the abstract sculptor is perhaps best known. In 2013, the Royal Academy showcased his work in a solo exhibition: John Carter RA: Between Dimensions.
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About John Carter RA
John Carter RA is best known for his abstract sculptures. His work is frequently described as being a dialogue between painting and sculpture. It consists mainly of constructed “wall-objects”, often with a mathematical basis. Fully three-dimensional works have been less frequent in his output.
Carter was born in Middlesex in 1942 and studied at the Twickenham School of Art from 1958... Go to artist page