Produced to mark the 75th anniversary of the Institute of Contemporary Arts. Graham Little is known for his unique gouache and pencil vignettes that situate figures within intricately considered spaces and landscapes. His carefully built compositions revel in the texture, pattern and hidden narratives of fashion advertising as well as familiar, pastoral scenes. Taking inspiration from these settings, Little has produced this work using a meticulous drypoint etching technique. Demanding huge attention to detail, the image is crafted through repeated layers of engraving.
Graham Little (b. 1972, Dundee, UK) Lives and works in London. Selected solo exhibitions include Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo, Japan (2022); Alison Jacques, London, UK (2021); Works on Paper Inc., Los Angeles, California, US (2002); Camden Arts Centre, London, UK (2001). Selected group exhibitions include ‘Mixing It Up: Painting Today’, Hayward Gallery, London, UK (2021); ‘Atelier EB: Faux shop’, curated by Lucy McKenzie and Beca Lipscombe, V&A Dundee, UK (2020); ‘Mushrooms: The Art, Design and Future of Fungi’, Somerset House, London, UK (2020); ‘Drawn Together Again’, The FLAG Art Foundation, New York, US (2019); Manifesta 11, Zurich, Switzerland (2016) and ‘Mark Leckey: Containers and Their Drivers’, MoMA PS1, Long Island, New York, US (2016). Collections include The British Council Collection, London; MoMA, New York, US and Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, California, US.
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