Hurvin Anderson, b. 1965, Birmingham, England
Hurvin Anderson was born in Birmingham, UK in 1965. He studied painting at the Wimbledon College of Art and received his Masters from the Royal College of Art in 1998. Currently, he lives and works in London.
Anderson’s paintings have been exhibited in solo museum shows including “Art Now,” Tate Britain, London, 2009; “Peter’s Series,” Studio Museum Harlem, New York, 2009; “Subtitles,” Michael Werner, New York, 2011; “reporting back,” Ikon Gallery in Birmingham, England, 2013; and “New Works,” Thomas Dane Gallery, London, 2013; and “Backdrop,” CAM St. Louis, 2015, which will be traveling to AGO, Ontario, Canada, 2016. Anderson has received many awards including a residency at Dulwich Picture Gallery in London, a research fellowship from Cheltenham and Gloucester College and the Caribbean Contemporary Arts Residency Programme, Trinidad. His work is in significant public collections, including the Saatchi Gallery in London and the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Anderson is represented by Anthony Meier in San Francisco and Thomas Dane Gallery in London. He has been making prints at Durham Press since 2009.