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Phillip Allen — Thirteen - Portfolio

€4,081.50€4,081.50inc VAT
OC5857
Paper size: 492 x 422 mm (19 x 16 inches)
Portfolio: 526 x 422 x 58 mm (21 x 17 x 2 inches)
13 colour aquatint and drypoint etchings
within a fabric bound printed portfolio box
Available in portfolio box or as individual etchings
Edition of 35
Signed and numbered
Published by Other Criteria

Also available to buy individually.

These coloured etchings by Phillip Allen are the first he has made and are exclusive to Other Criteria. They share similar pictorial qualities to Allen’s paintings, described in the context of his major show in 2006 at the Milton Keynes Gallery, as having ‘an arena within which a kaleidoscopic array of brightly coloured geometric, biomorphic, architectonic or numeric motifs are free to play’. However, one of the most striking and independent characteristics of these etchings is the freshness of Allen’s draughtmanship and the luminous, transparent appeal of line and colour. They seem to work against, while simultaneously working with, the layered and ‘worked’ surfaces of his paintings and drawings.

Phillip Allen

Phillip Allen was born in London in 1967 and currently lives and works in the capital. He was educated at Kingston University, London and Royal College of Art, London, where he obtained an MA in Fine Art in 1992.

Allen is known for his textured paintings and pen drawings, both of which use colour and shape to exploit his materials to their inherent potential. His sketches and felt-tip drawings display a fascination with geometry and abstract form, and possess something of the school boy’s doodles, despite being controlled and intricately arranged.

Allen has exhibited broadly, including the following group exhibitions: The British Art Show 6, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary, Art Gateshead;, touring to venues in Manchester, Nottingham, Bristol, 2005; Archipeinture: painters build architecture, Le Plateau/Frac Île-de France, Paris; Camden Arts Centre, London, 2006 and Layer Cake, Fabio Tiboni Arte Contemporanea, Bologna, Italy, 2007. Recent solo exhibitions include Phillip Allen: Recent Paintings, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, LongIsland City, New York, 2003; One Man Show, Xavier Hufkens, ART Brussels, 2005; Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes, 2006 and The Approach, London, 2008-9.

The artist is represented by The Approach, London.

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