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Michael Fullerton

°1971, Bellshill (GB) - lives and works in Glasgow (GB)

Michael Fullerton explores the transmission and reception of information in its broadest sense. His materials and methods often refer to the tools and technologies of communication, such as newsprint or analogue recording, while his subject matter relates to the institutions and individuals involved. Fullerton’s various works appear to share little aesthetic common ground, ranging from models of the rods and cones of the human eye to portraits in the tradition of eighteenth-century English painting. But they all relate to the processes involved in the dissemination of information.

(courtesy of Tate Britain)

Michael Fullerton had solo exhibitions at a.o. Chisenhale Gallery, London; Glasgow Print Studio, Glasgow; Carl Freedman Gallery, London; and Tate Britain, London. Group exhibitions include Notthingham Contemporary, Notthingham; NAK, Aachen; Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius; Bielefelder Kunstverein; and Hayward Gallery, London.

His work is part of international collections including the Arts Council Collection, V&A Museum Collection, Cranford Collection, Channel 4 Art Collection, Zabludowicz Collection and the Saatchi Collection.

Michael Fullerton is represented by the following gallery;
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Greene Naftali, New York