Michael Craig-MartinMichael Craig-Martin

Works available

Wheelbarrow (red)
2013
Edition 2 of 3
490 × 225 × 2 cm / 8ft 4 1/2 × 16ft 9 × 3/4 ins

Spade Purple
2013
Edition 2 of 3
287 × 80 x 2 cm / 9ft 5 × 2ft 7 1/2 × 3/4 ins

Untitled (binoculars)
2014
60 × 60 cm / 23 5/8 × 23 5/8 inches (unframed)

Untitled
2007
204 × 230 × 1.4 cm / 6ft 7 × 7ft 5 × 1/2 ins

NAME
2011
122 × 122 cm / 4ft x 4ft

Study for Broadgate project (globe & umbrella)
1990
59.3 × 42.2 cm / 1ft 11 1/3 × 1ft 4 1/2 ins

Biography

(1941-)

Michael Craig-Martin's work is concerned with the nature of representation and the role of the spectator, explored primarily through everyday objects. Born in Dublin and brought up in the United States, Craig-Martin has been living in Britain since 1966. He studied at the Yale School of Art and is widely acknowledged to have been an influential teacher, particularly at Goldsmiths College, London.

He has been exhibiting internationally since the late 1960s. Recent exhibitions have been at Chatsworth House, Galerie Andres Thalmann, Zurich and the Shanghai Himalayas Museum.