‘Madonna’ assemblage; ironing board, players, paint brushes, milk bottles, mop, and a hair brush
Richard Graham is an emerging contemporary artist who makes upcycled and sustinable assemblage from his studio in Kings Cross London. He is interested in using the waste of the urban environment to create stories and often references art history in his work.
Graham studied art history and mastered in creative and critical theory, and has recently published an illustrated art book with Thames and Hudson. In 2009 he won “State-of-the-art” drawing competition in aid of Princess Trust Charity at the Royal College of Art and has several artworks in the Paul Josefowitz collection, as well as several public hospital collections.