On My Behalf

Devised by Group members Amanda Loomes and Ian Parker, the 27 self-portraits in this exhibition embraced the full complexity of self-portraiture and reflected the breadth of work currently within The London Group.

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Moich Abrahams

Moich enjoys combining spontaneity and playfulness with exploring deeper aspects of the unconscious. He is fascinated with both unwrapping the mysterious and reinventing child-like expressiveness. Central to this process is the art of ‘letting go’.

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Bryan Benge

My current working practice is informed by an investigation into the use of LTM (Long Term Memory), particularly episodic memory/ schemata that refer to specific events in time (autobiographical).

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Frank Bowling RA

Art should treat of life, pathologising; pictures must give balm in a manner that no other man made substance can, inhabiting and leading the viewer into the spirit world, a world wherein we meet the ancestors.

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Ece Clarke

My work is broad in scope – painting, sculpture and etching – and I use a wide range of media, including oil and acrylic, bitumen and shellac in my paintings.

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Robert Clarke

Born in London in 1947, Robert Clarke trained at Ravensbourne College of Art and Design, B A and Post Graduate Painting , Chelsea school of Art MA.

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Tim Craven

My work explores the dichotomy and relationship between painting and photography. I contrast a deadpan, Photorealist style with English romantic subjects such as trees.

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Sandra Crisp

I use borrowed visuals downloaded from the Net which are reworked over time – Using a process of sampling/recycling/drawing and layering the diverse elements of media images, text/graphics, video screen-casts, and camera-phone photos etc.

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John Crossley

John Crossley lives and works in London, he has exhibited widely across the U.K and Internationally. He has works both in Public and Private collections around the world.

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Philip Crozier

People mostly become artists because their most profound aesthetic sensations have come from art works and they want to participate in the dialogue.

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Peter Clossick

“The former London Group president is a man seemingly in love with paint as both a substance and a subject. So oils are generously applied in a series of confident, purposeful strokes…”

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Gus Cummins RA

Gus Cummins approach towards his work is constantly evolving, “I am constantly trying to ‘shift my ground’, alarming myself by stepping off safe and familiar territory”.

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Mark Dunford

Making a statement about painting is always very dangerous. There are always more questions than satisfactory answers. Everything is in a state of flux and continuously changing.

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Anthony Eyton RA

I like having a problem to solve, pitting my wits against the evidence of the senses. I want to be accurate in resolving the problem, to meet the challenge of light and colour and sense of place.

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Eric Fong

My practice explores themes relating to the body, identity and difference, often informed by my previous profession as a medical doctor. I work mainly in film, photography and sculpture.

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Cadi Froehlich

My work explores the physicality of exchanges between people, objects and material. In particular I investigate the hidden infrastructure of the interaction between these things.

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