| Gordon Shrigley|| Artist|
Gordon Shrigley Wikipedia
Gordon Shrigley (born 1964) is a British artist. His work is primarily concerned with drawing and the language of line. In 2004 Shrigley founded the artists’ bookwork project Marmalade, Publishers of Visual Theory, which in 2007 expanded into Filmarmalade a DVD publisher of artists' film and video works. Filmarmalade has published work by artists, including two works by Karen Mirza and Brad Butler, with screenings at the BFI and the Arnolfini, Bristol.
Shrigley is a lecturer in Architecture at the University of Westminster.
Shrigley studied at Bournville College of Art, Birmingham; the University of Westminster and the Slade School of Fine Art, London. Solo exhibitions include the Centre for Contemporary Art, Sacramento; IMT Gallery, London, and Schloss Solitude Galerie, Stuttgart.
In the 2015 general election, Shrigley stood as a prospective MP in his local Hackney South and Shoreditch constituency.
He is represented by IMT Gallery, London.