Thursday 11th April 2013 at 2.00pm
in Scott Sutherland Lecture Theatre SB42
Blue Curry (b. Nassau, Bahamas, 1974) is an artist living and working in London, UK who works primarily in sculptural assemblage and installation art. He is a graduate of the MFA Fine Art program at Goldsmiths College, London.
He was profiled in a BBC documentary ‘Goldsmiths: But is it Art?’ which charted his progress through art college and his experiences on the London contemporary art scene. Adrian Searle, chief art critic of The Guardian newspaper proposed that Curry’s ‘swanky electric-blue cement mixer’ installation filled with coconut sun cream might be a place for him to stick his head to sooth away his doubts about the 2010 Liverpool Biennial.
He has shown work at the Liverpool Biennial, Art Basel Miami Beach, The Nassauischer Kunstverein, Germany and The Musée International des Arts Modestes, France. He has work in the collections of The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas, The Principal Art Group and many private collections.