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Hurvin Anderson’s Barbershop Print

Hurvin Anderson has returned to Durham Press to complete the Barbershop Print. This beautiful multi-tonal woodblock print relates to Peter’s Series, which was recently exhibited in Studio Museum Harlem.

Born in 1965 in Birmingham, United Kingdom to parents of Jamaican descent, Anderson’s work focuses on the history and meaning of social spaces. Anderson received an MA from Royal College of Art in 1998, and a BFA from Wimbledon School of Art in 1994. He has received residencies at Headlands Centre for the Arts in Sausalito, Dulwich Picture Gallery in London, and the Caribbean Contemporary Arts Residency Program in Trinidad. Other formal accolades include The Alkazzi Travel Award, the John Crane Award, and a William Booker Travel Scholarship. Anderson’s work has recently been exhibited at the Studio Museum Harlem in New York City, and at the Tate Britain. His work is exclusively featured at Thomas Dane Gallery in London.

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