Vicken Parsons

    Vicken Parsons (b. 1957) is a British artist who studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, London. She makes small, intimate paintings on wood panel using thin layers of oil paint. Her subjects are usually of landscapes or architectural spaces, some remembered and others imagined.

    Recent solo exhibitions include Jesus College, Cambridge (2018); Ivorypress, Madrid (2017); Alan Cristea Gallery, London (2012, 2016); Christine Koenig Galerie; Vienna (2016); Roche Court, Salisbury (2014) and Kettle's Yard, Cambridge (2014). Recent group exhibitions include Royal Academy of Arts, London (2018); Foundling Museum, London (2016); Turner Contemporary, Margate (2016); Tate Britain, London (2015); Southampton City Art Gallery (2010).

    Her work is held in a number of important public collections including the Tate collection, Belvedere Museum collection, UK Government Art Collection, Arts Council Collection, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art's collection and the Jerwood Foundation.

    Vicken Parsons lives and works in London.

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    Alan Cristea Gallery is now Cristea Roberts Gallery

    The gallery’s new name recognises publicly the close partnership between Alan Cristea and David Cleaton-Roberts, who have worked together for over 20 years. Alongside the other directors, they have built the gallery into one of the world’s leading publishers of original prints and editions, forming relationships with an extensive roster of international artists and estates, as well as representing several artists in the UK for their painting and drawing.

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