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Sioux Warrior

by Coral Churchill

These paintings are part of a series that draw influence from early daguerreotypes and autochromes.  The photographic documenting of Native Americans is a central focus in works appropriated from images of indigenous people.  The portraits are in monochrome or faded colours.  The figures appear distant and fadedEducation

2004-7 Central Saint Martins, BA Fine Art
2003-4 Chelsea College of Art and Design, Art Foundation


2013 AIR Residency 'Open', The Muse, London
2012 Art Alive, Kingly Court, London
2012 Orchestrated, Studio One, London
2011 Wild Life, We Are Arts Gallery, London
2010 No Soul For Sale, The Museum of Everything stand, Tate Modern
2010 400 Women, Shoreditch Town Hall, London
2010 Some You Win, Some Deleuze, Artspace, London
2009 Art Market, Yinka Shonibare Space, London
2009 One or Several Wolves? Kingsgate Gallery, London
2009 Contemporary Art Projects stand, London Art Fair
2008 Martian Hearts, Contemporary Art Projects, London
2008 Start Your Collection! Contemporary Art Projects, London
2008 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London
2008 '00 Nature, Contemporary Art Projects, London
2008 Group Show, 10 Grosvenor Street, London
2007 Urban Art Show, The Old Cinema, London
2007 Central Saint Martins Degree Show, London
2007 Morphology, The Window Gallery, London


2007, 2012 Volume Magazine
2009 Trends, Central Saint Martins


University of the Arts, London

I am currently an Artist in Residence at The Muse at 269, Portobello Road