Concrete, acrylic, spray paint and inkjet on canvas
56cm x 51cm
David’s subject matter, ranging from near life-size suburban house-fronts to monumental tower-blocks, allies him with the avant garde; so too does his frequent use of real architectural materials like concrete or wallpaper. David was born in 1935 and he studied at Camberwell School of Art and the Slade. In the 70s he exhibited in solo exhibitions at the Serpentine and the Whitechapel and in important group exhibitions internationally. His work is to be found in a number of important Public Collections including, Tate Gallery, London, Museum of London, The Arts Council, British Council, Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Kindly donated by David Hepher courtesy of Flowers Gallery.