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Judith Tucker

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Judith Tucker was born in Bangor, Wales in 1960. She completed a B.A. Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art, St Anne's College, Oxford, (1978–81) an M.A. Fine Art, at Bretton Hall, (1997–98) and a PhD in Fine Art at the University of Leeds (1999–2002). Tucker is co-convenor of LAND2, a research network of artists associated with Higher Education who are concerned with radical approaches to landscape with a particular focus on memory, place and identity. She exhibits regularly in the UK and Europe. Between 2003–2006 Tucker was an AHRC Research Fellow in the Creative and Performing Arts.

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Of her work she says “My practice explores the meeting of social history, personal memory and landscapes; it investigates their relationship through drawing, painting and scholarly writing.” Paintings and drawings by Tucker have been exhibited in ‘Landscape During Times of Uncertainty’ at Southampton City Art Gallery (2015), ‘Drawn 2013’, Royal West of England Academy (2013), ‘Shadows Traces Undercurrents’ Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Regis Centre for Art, Minneapolis, USA, (2012), ‘Arts and Geographies’, Musée des Moulages, Lyon, France, (2013) ‘Postmemorial Landscapes’, Armory Gallery, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. Her work has been acquired by New Hall Collection of Women's Art, Cambridge, New College, Oxford, The Priseman Seabrook Collection, St Matthias Kolleg, Germany and Swindon Art Gallery.

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Selected solo exhibitions

  • ‘‘Judith Tucker: Paintings” The Crypt, St Marylebone Parish Church, London (2015)
  • ‘‘Vestige" Abbey Walk Gallery, North Lincolnshire (2012)
  • ‘‘Judith Tucker: Paintings” Katakomby Gallery, Brno, Czech Republic (2011)
  • ‘‘Spectres on the Beach" F Block Gallery, UWE, Bristol (2011)
  • ‘‘Postmemorial Landscapes” Armory Gallery, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA (2010)
  • ‘‘Tense” Myles Meehan Arts Centre Darlington (2008)
  • ‘‘Resort viii” Institute of Interdisciplinary Art, University of Bath (2007)
  • ‘‘Resort vii” Solo exhibition in the New Hall Art Collection, University of Cambridge (2006)
  • ‘‘Resort vi” 20-21 Visual Arts Centre, North Lincolnshire (2006)
  • ‘‘Resort vi” University of Leeds Gallery (2006)
  • ‘‘Resort iv” Gainsborough's House, Suffolk (2005)
  • ‘‘Resort iii” Gallery 33, Swan Street, London (2005)
  • ‘‘Resort ii” Gallery Oldham (2004)
  • ‘‘Resort” Only Atelier, Argentinier Strasse, Vienna (2003)
  • ‘‘Judith Tucker” Oriel Plas Glyn-y Weddw Gallery, Gwynnedd, Wales (2003)
  • ‘‘Caesura” Dean Clough, Halifax (2002)
  • ‘‘Shift” The Mary Ogilvie Gallery, St. Anne’s College, Oxford (1999)
  • ‘‘Crossing Two Lands” St Matthias Kolleg, Tunsdorf, Germany (1997)
  • Selected group exhibitions

  • ‘‘Landscape During Times of Uncertainty” Southampton City Art Gallery (2013)
  • ‘‘Estuaries and Excavations” Abbey Walk Gallery, Lincolnshire (2013)
  • ‘‘Drawn 2013” Royal West of England Academy, Bristol (2013)
  • ‘‘Jewish Artists in Yorkshire” Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, Leeds (2013)
  • ‘‘Art and Geography” Musée des Moulages, Lyon, France (2013)
  • ‘‘Shadows Traces Undercurrents, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Regis Centre for Art Minneapolis USA (2012)
  • ‘‘Space, Place and Spectral Trace” BV Gallery Bristol (2011)
  • ‘‘All Over the Place: Drawing Place, Drawing Space” Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds (2010)
  • ‘‘Revisiting the Beach” Exlibris Gallery, Fine Art Department, Newcastle University (2009)
  • ‘‘Painting Lives” Mercer Gallery, Harrogate (2006)
  • Selected collections

  • New Hall Collection of Women's Art, Cambridge
  • New College, Oxford
  • Priseman Seabrook Collection
  • St Matthias Kolleg, Germany
  • Swindon Museum and Art Gallery
  • Selected publications

    (2012) Tucker. J. Brooding on Bornholm: postmemory, painting and place in Jones O. and Garde-Hansen, J. (eds)

    (2011) Tucker. J. On the Beach at Bornholm: Journal of Visual Art Practice

    2010) Tucker. J. The Lido in the Forest: Painting, Memory and Subjectivity in Memory, Mourning and Landscape: Interdisciplinary Essays, eds.Elizabeth Anderson, Avril Maddrell, Kate McLoughlin and Alana Vincent. Rodopi Press Amsterdam.

    (2009) Tucker. J. Belated Landscapes: A Second-Generation Aesthetic Practice in a British Context. Journal for the Study of British Cultures (JSBC)

    (2008) ‘Resort: re/visiting, re/visioning, re/placing’, Journal of Visual Art Practice5: 1, pp. 95–106, doi: 10.1386/jvap.5.1.95/1

    (2007) Tucker. J. Painting Landscape: Mediating Dislocation in Culture, Creativity and Environment: new environmentalist criticism. eds. Fiona Becket and Terry Gifford, Rodopi Press Amsterdam. Tucker. J. Painting Places: A Postmemorial ‘Landscape’? Book Chapter in Migratory Aesthetics. eds. Samuel Durrant and Catherine Lord. Rodopi Press Amsterdam

    Awards

  • (2003–2006) AHRC Research Fellowship in the Creative and Performing Arts
  • (2002–2003) Yorkshire Arts research and development grant
  • (2001–2002) University of Leeds research and exhibiting bursary
  • (1999–2000) Bretton Hall research bursary for PhD study
  • References

    Judith Tucker Wikipedia


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