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My name is Judy Clark, I have a masters degree from the Slade at UCL. My first solo exhibition, Issues was concerned with physical traces and other matters relating to the physical body. It was considered a landmark moment by both critics and colleagues. This exhibition has been documented in Renegotiating the Body by Kathy Battista, see bibliography below.

Several of these early works are available to view at England & Co in London www.englandgallery.com

Works in public collections include Tate Britain, Pallant House, Portcullis House, Portsmouth Museum and Arts Council England  www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/judy-clark-910

My working life has been spent in the arts, first as a practicing artist and lecturer, later as a senior manager. I now have a studio practice supported by a business arm in design, launched in 2014 as Curvalinea. Curvalinea makes furniture and interior products with an emphasis on quality and strong visual impact. www.curvalinea.com

 

Bibliography

Kathy Battista, Renegotiating the Body, Feminist Art in 1970s London, Tauris, 2012
Alicia Foster, Tate Women Artists, Tate Publishing, 2004
Richard Cork, Everything Seemed Possible, Yale University Press, 2003
John A Walker, Left Shift: Radical Art in Brtiain, Tauris, 2001
Steve Pyke, Life in Art, 2001
Catalogue, Live in Your Head, Whitechapel Art Gallery 2000
Caroline Tisdall, Grist to the Mill, Selected Writings, Red Lion House, 1995
Griselda Pollock & Roszika Parker, Framing Feminism, Pandora, 1984

 

 

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