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Jane Harris presently lives in SW France and works in England and France.

1956Born in Dorset, England
1975-1976Bournemouth College of Art
1976-1977Camberwell School of Art
1977-1979Brighton Polytechnic, BA Fine Art
1979-1981Slade School of Art, Higher Diploma Fine Art
1989-1991Goldsmiths College, MA Fine Art
2020'Figures', Galerie Bessières, Paris
2018'Out There', Eagle Gallery, London
2017FRAC–Artothèque Limousin, Panazol, France
Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland, NZ
2016Rabley Contemporary, Marlborough, UK
2015Espace culturel François Mitterrand, Périgueux
Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
FRAC–Artothèque Limousin, Argentat, France
2014Musée des Beaux Arts - Chapelle du Carmel, Libourne
Horatio Jr., London
2013Pollen, Monflanquin, France
2011Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
2010Galerie ACDC, Bordeaux
2009Galerie d'Ecole des Beaux Arts, Valence
2008Hales Gallery, London
2006Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham
Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco
2005Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut
Hales Gallery, London
2004Kontainer Gallery, Los Angeles
2001Southampton City Art Gallery
Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
1999Salle Attane, St-Yrieix-la-Perche, France
Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
1996Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
'Work in Progress', Project Space, Camden Arts Centre, London
1994Anderson O’Day, London
1992Anderson O’Day, London
2020'Hard Painting 2', Phoenix Gallery, Brighton
'Take Your Conscience to the Pawn Shop', Terrace, London
'Circling the Square', Thames-Side Studios Gallery, London
2019'Emergence: Art and the Incarnation of Space', Martin Museum, Waco, Texas
'Panel Painting 3: Diptych', Eagle Gallery, London
'Stairway to Heaven', Coombs Contemporary, London
'Les Ambassadeurs' (with Jiri Kratochvil and Simon Gales), Arboretum, Argenton sur Creuse
'Summer Exhibition', Royal Academy, London
2018'On Repeat', GIG, Munich
'Summer Exhibition', Royal Academy, London
'Touch', Candida Stevens Gallery, Chichester
'Women Can’t Paint', Turps Gallery, London
'Malevolent Edlrich Shrieking', Paul Morrison Space, Sheffield
'Dividing Rules', PAPER, Mirabel Studios, Manchester
London Art Fair (with Rabley Contemporary)
Galeristes, Carreau du Temple, Paris, with La Galerie Bessières
'Carnets', Halle Nord / Capsule_s, Genève
'La Beauté du Monde', Crypt Sainte Eugénie, Biarritz (commissaire François Lousteau)
'Le Sens du Possible', Rayère de Vassivière en Creuse, Frac-Artothèque du Limousin
'Mesmerise', Odetta Gallery, New York
2017'Summer Exhibition', Royal Academy, London
'Seeing Through Drawing', A Celebration of John Berger, Mandell’s Gallery, Norwich
'The Woodcut: From Dürer to Now', Pallant House, Chichester
'Counterpoints', Eagle Gallery, London
London Art Fair, (with Rabley Contemporary)
INK Miami Art Fair, (with Rabley Contemporary)
'Les Jours de Pleine Lune ≠6', La Tôlerie, Clermont Ferrand
'Duo', Rabley Contemporary, Marlborough and London
'Géométriquement douce', Galerie Jean Fournier, Paris
2016'In Grain', Rabley Contemporary, Marlborough
INK Art Fair, Miami (with Rabley Contemporary)
The Kennington Residency, London
'Arbeiten auf Papier', Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
'Lichtibild', Galerie Hollenabach, Stuttgart
'Contemporary Abstract Prints' (The Golder-Thompson Gift), Pallant House, Chichester
'Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy', London
London Original Print Fair (with Rabley Contemporary)
'Flatland', Fold Gallery, London
London Art Fair (with Rabley Contemporary)
A Lundi, FRAC Aquitaine, Bordeaux
Simply Painting, Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen
2015'Perfectionism (part 2'), Griffin Gallery, London
'20 Years', Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
'Seeing Sound', Odetta Gallery, New York
'Simply Painting', Inverness Museum, Inverness; Swanson Gallery, Thurso
'Collection en mouvement, Le hasard maîtrisé', FRAC Limousin à Saint-Martin-de Jussac
'Collection en mouvement, Code couleur', FRAC-Artothèque Limousin, Bort-les-Orgues
'Whiteout', Eagle Gallery, London
'Corporeality, Objects and Other Stuff', Fold Gallery, London
'Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy', London
'In Light of the Monochrome', Dye House Gallery, Bradford
'Art et Archéologie. Les narrations de l’absence', Musée d’Aquitaine, Bordeaux
'Abstraction excentrique et géométriie comique', FRAC Limousin au Garage, Brive
London Art Fair (with Rabley Contemporary)
2014'Mécaniques du dessin', FRAC Limousin, Limoges
'Panel Paintings 2', Eagle Gallery, London
STATIC: Still Life Reconsidered', Birmingham Museum Waterhall, Birmingham
'Les Jeunes Seigneurs, Atelier d’Estienne', Pont-Scorff, Bretagne
'RA Editions', Advanced Graphics, London
'Art et Archéologie. L'empreinte des sensibles', Le Frac Aquitaine et Vesuna, Périgueux
'Tableaux', Semiose Galerie, Paris
'Symbolic Logic', Identity Art Gallery, Hong Kong
'Mises au Jour', Fonds Départemental d'Art Contemporain, Espace Culturel François Mitterand, Perigueux
Art Genève (with Galerie Semiose)
'Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy', London
2013'Coulisses', FRAC Aquitaine, Bordeaux
'Tableaux signeaux', FRAC Limousin à la Préfecture de la Corrèze
'Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy', London
2012'The Discerning Eye', Mall Galleries, London
'Jerwood Drawing Prize', Jerwood Gallery, London
'Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts’, London
London Original Print Fair
‘The Indiscipline of Painting’, Mead Gallery, Warwickshire
‘Coup Double’, FRAC Aquitaine, Bordeaux
‘The Curator’s Egg Pars Altera’, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London
Art Rotterdam (with Galerie ACDC)
Arte Fiera Bologna (with Galerie Hollenbach)
2011‘The Indiscipline of Painting’, TATE St Ives
'Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts’, London
‘Friendship of the Peoples’, Simon Oldfield Gallery, London
‘Mrs Darling’s Kiss, Arch 402 Gallery, London
‘Seven’, Miami, Florida, with Hales Gallery
2010'Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts’, London
‘Seven’, Miami, Florida, with Hales Gallery
FIAC Paris, with Galerie ACDC
'Neo Geo & Cie', FRAC Limousin, Limoges
2009'Works on Paper', Two Rooms, Auckland
'SuperSurface FX' (Andrew Bick, Alexis Harding, Jane Harris, Michael Stubbs), Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
'instants et glissements, dessins de 20 artistes contemporains', La Box, Bourges
'Alpha',DREI Raum fur Gegenwartskunst' Cologne
'La Peinture est Presque Abstraite', Le Transpalette, Bourges
2008'Chromophilia', Bearspace, London
ArtChicago - Jane Harris and Richard Galpin (with Hales Gallery)
2007'British Painting', Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
‘Afterimage’, Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland
‘Painting: One’, Two Rooms Gallery, Auckland
Auckland Art Fair, New Zealand (with Two Rooms Gallery)
‘We’ve Landed’, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco
Dusseldorf Art Fair (with Patricia Sweetow Gallery)
New York Art Fair (with Hales Gallery)
‘Doubleuse’, The Nunnery, London
2006Miami Art Fair (with Patricia Sweetow Gallery)
‘Abstract Mode’, FosterArt, London
‘Manufactured in the UK’, Martinart, Turin
Art fairs - Turin, Bologna, Vienna (with Galerie Hollenbach)
2005‘Mythomania’, Metropole Gallery, Folkestone; LAAC Dunkerque
‘Death is Part of the Process’, Void Gallery, Londonderry
Kunst 05 Zürich (with Galerie Hollenbach)
"About painting II", Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
"Tom Chamberlain, Jane Harris, Udo Nöger", Ausstellungsraum Zürich
"Tom Chamberlain, Jane Harris, Udo Nöger", Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
viennAfair 2005
Arte Fiera 2005 Bologna
2004‘Unframed’, Standpoint Gallery, London
John Moores 23, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
‘Twenty Four by Thirty’, Keith Talent Gallery, London
Kunst 04 Zürich
'White', IZO Gallery, London
'Arbeiten Auf Papier', Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
Arte Fiera 2004 Bologna
2003'Drawn 2B Alive', Hales Gallery, London
'Painting Per Se', Galerie Millan, Sao Paulo; Galerie Osca Cruz, Rio de Janeiro
‘British Abstract Painting’, Kontainer Gallery, Los Angeles
Art Brussels 03
Arco 03 Madrid
Arte Fiera 2003 Bologna
'About Painting', Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
2002'Jerwood Drawing Prize', (Prizewinner), Cheltenham and Jerwood Space London and touring
‘Painting as a Foreign Language’ , British Cultural Institute, Sao Paulo Biennale, Brazil
‘Mathematique’, Danielle Arnaud Gallery, London (co-curating and exhibiting)
‘Once Again’, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton (Curating and exhibiting)
2001Miami Art Fair (with Galerie Hollenbach)
Brussels Art Fair (with Danielle Arnaud Gallery, London and Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart)
Chicago Art Fair, (with Jack Shainman Gallery)
Armoury Show (with Jack Shainman Gallery)
‘Out of Line’ , Hayward Touring Exhibition
‘Surface Tension - Six British Painters’, Holly Snapp Gallery, Venice
‘British Abstract Painting’, Flowers East
‘Best of The Season’, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut
2000Simon Callery, Jane Harris, Mandy Ure, Roy Voss - Recent Paintings, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham
Frankfurt Art Fair (with Galerie Hollenbach)
‘Force Fields’, Hayward Gallery, London
Cheltenham Drawing Exhibition (Prizewinner), Cheltenham; touring to Hull and Siere, Switzerland
Berlin Art Fair (with Galerie Hollenbach)
San Francisco Art Fair (with Jack Shainman Gallery)
1999‘Jane Harris: Ana Prada’, Anderson O’Day, London
Frankfurt Art Fair (with Galerie Hollenbach)
Chicago Art Fair (with Jack Shainman Gallery)
‘La Casa, Il Corpo, Il Cuore’, 20th Century House, Museum of Modern Art
Foundation Ludwig, Vienna; touring to Museum of Modern Art, Prague
‘Sublime: The Darkness and the Light’, Arts Council Touring Exhibition, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
Berlin Art Fair (with Galerie Hollenbach)
1998‘Eye was a Child’, Exhibition and Auction organised by Save the Children, Saatchi Gallery, London (painting done with my son, George)
‘Ecstasy’, Jack Shainman Gallery, New York
‘Ten British Painters’, Galerie Hollenbach, Stuttgart
‘Eliminate the Negative’, Gasworks Gallery, London
Berlin Art Fair (with Galerie Hollenbach)
1997‘About Vision’, Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh; Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich
‘Small Truths’ Todd Gallery, London; Leeds City Art Gallery;
Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland
‘Finish’ (with Ian Davenport, Alexis Harding, Jason Martin), Spacex Gallery, Exeter
‘Jerwood Painting Prize’ (Shortlisted), Lethaby Gallery, London
‘Jahresgaben’; Kunstverein Stuttgart
1996‘Out of Order’: Independent Art Space, London
‘Really Out of Order’: John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
Cornerhouse, Manchester
‘About Vision: New British Painting in the 1990s’; MOMA, Oxford
‘Small Truths’, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton;
1995‘Das Abenteuer der Malerei’, Stuttgart and Dusseldorf Kunstvereins
John Moores, Liverpool (Prizewinner)
1994Basel Art Fair, with Anderson O’Day Gallery
‘Surface Tensions', Curwen Gallery, London
Cologne Art Fair, with Anderson O’Day Gallery
1993‘Maria Chevska, Kate Davis, Rachel Evans, Jane Harris', Anderson O’Day, London
'Jane Harris & Gerard Hemsworth', Powell Moya Partnership, London
‘Affective Light’, Rear Window, London
Cologne Art Fair, with Anderson O’Day Gallery
John Moores, Liverpool
1992Riverside Open, London
‘Roll’, Clove Building, London
Whitechapel Open, London
‘East’, Norwich Gallery, Norwich
Royal Overseas League, London
‘The Discerning Eye’, Mall Galleries, London
1991‘Crossover’, Anderson O’Day, London
MA Show, Goldsmiths College, London
1990‘Into the Nineties 2’, Mall Galleries, London
Artotheque Limoges
Arthur Andersen Art Collection
Arts Council of England
Purchases made 1995 and 1999
Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
The Boise Collection
Brighton University
British Airways
Clarins
Colorado University Art Museum
Department of Trade & Industry
Doris Lockhart Saatchi
Ernst & Young
Eversheds
Fidelity Worldwide Investments
FRAC Aquitaine
FRAC Limousin
GlaxoWellcome
Goldsmiths MA Collection
Government Art Collection
Lieu d'Art et d'Action Contemporain (LAAC) de Dunkerque
Marsh
Rhode Island School of Design Museum
Sacker & Partners
SAKS, Fifth Avenue
Southampton City Art Gallery
The Hon R B Loder
Various private collections
2012Sunny Dupree Award for a Woman Artist, Royal Academy of Arts, Summer Exhibition
Artist in Residence, Clermont Communauté, Clermont-Ferrand, France
2011Artist in Residence, Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, Bethany, CT, USA
2010Centre Nationale des Arts Plastiques de France – grant to support Residency at Albers Foundation
Royal Academy of Arts, Summer Exhibition – shortlisted for The Wollaston Prize
2005Arts & Humanities Research Council Grant
2004Rootstein Hopkins Major Sabbatical Award
2002Jerwood Drawing Prize, Third Prizewinner
2000Research Award, Goldsmiths College
Cheltenham Drawing Exhibition, Award Winner
1999London Arts Board Individual Artiist Award
1998Research Award, Goldsmiths College
1996Artist in Residence, Camden Arts Centre
1995The Arts Foundation Painting Fellowship
John Moores Liverpool, Prizewinner
1993London Arts Board Individual Artist Award
1991Erasmus Exchange, Rijksakadamie Amsterdam
1985-6French Government Scholarship, Paris
Nine months spent in Paris studying French classical gardens
1981Boise Travelling Scholarship, Japan
Two months spent in Japan studying Japanese gardens
2012PZK a.s., Brno, Czech Republic
Invited to make large painting for company Board Room
1997Glaxo Wellcome
Invited to paint two large paintings for reception of new International Headquarters, Greenford, Middx
1992Quaglino’s Restaurant, London
Selected to paint one of eight columns at above
1991Book cover for new edition of ‘Carol’ by Patricia Highsmith
Commissioned by Penguin Books
2012FRAC Aquitaine, Bordeaux, Gallery lecture during exhibition ‘ Coup Double’
2011Moore College of Art, Philadelphia, Lecture about my work
‘The Thomas Lawrence Lectures’, Bucks New University, Lecture about my work
2010The Burren College of Art, Eire, Lecture about my work
Jury Member for Diplome Supérieur d’Expression Plastique, Ecole Régionale des Beaux-Arts, Rouen
2009French Institute London, Lecture for 'La Peinture est Presque Abstraite' conference and book launch
Sheffield Hallam University, Lecture about my work
L'Ecole de Beaux Arts, Valence, Lecture about my work
Bath Spa University, Lecture about my work
2005-8External Assessor, BAFA, Sir John Cass School, London Metropolitan University, London
2003-8External Assessor, BAFA, Central St Martins, University of the Arts, London
2006Aldrich Museum, Gallery lecture during my solo exhibition
2003Milan Gallery, Sao Paulo, Gallery discussion during Painting Per Se exhibition
2002-3External Assessor, BAFA, Middlesex University, London
2001Gallery discussion about my paintings and drawings with Godfrey Worsdale, Director of Southampton City Art Gallery
2000Debate on Abstraction in Painting, Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham - panel member
Radio interview about my painting processes - londonart.co.uk (website)
1999Debate on Contemporary Painting, John Hansard Gallery, Southampton - panel member
Gallery talk on the ‘Kim Lim’ major retrospective exhibition at Camden Arts Centre. Invited to give personal observations on the work exhibited.
1998Gallery Talk, ‘Eliminate the Negative’, Gasworks, London
1997‘Is Painting Dead?’, Turner Prize Debate, Channel 4
Invited to take part in live televised discussion of above question following the 1997 Turner Prize award
London Arts Board, Advisor, Individual Awards to Artists - Painting. Member of panel to decide on research and materials grants to painters.
Gallery Talk, ‘About Vision’, MOMA Oxford
Talk about my work, followed by question and answer session during exhibition
‘Small Truths’, Public Seminar, Leeds City Art Gallery
Member of panel of four discussing issues relating to exhibition curated by Professor Nicholas de Ville
1996Gallery Talk, ‘Prunella Clough - Paintings’, Camden Arts Centre
Invited to give a talk on the work of Prunella Clough during her retrospective exhibition and during my residency at Camden Arts Centre.
Public presentation of short paper about my own work at the end of the Residency
1995Debate on British Painting since the 50s, Camden Arts Centre.
Presentation of paper, illustrated with slides of my work followed by discussion chaired by Mel Gooding during the Patrick Heron exhibition.
2012Visiting Professor, RA Schools, London
Visiting Lecturer, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Bordeaux
Visiting Lecturer, University of Creative Arts, Canterbury
2011Visiting Lecturer, Moore College of Art, Philadelphia
2010Visiting Lecturer, Burren College of Art, Eire
2007-Visiting Lecturer: Royal Academy Schools
2005-2006MA FA Course Leader Stage 1, Goldsmiths College
2001-2005Programme Director, Postgraduate Diploma Fine Art, Goldsmiths College
1996-2001Lecturer, Goldsmiths College
- Programme Leader, Extension Degree Fine Art
- Programme Leader, Certificate for Postgraduate Studies in Fine Art
- Liaison Tutor, Visiting Students, Visual Arts Department
1991-95Visiting Lecturer, Goldsmiths College
1993-94Visiting Lecturer, Bath School of Art
1992-95Visiting Lecturer, Ruskin School of Fine Art, Oxford
1987-92Visiting Lecturer, Brighton Polytechnic
2011Stephen Moonie ‘The Indiscipline of Painting’, Catalogue Essay
Oliivier Gourvil, ‘(in)actualité de la peinture’ La Nouvelle Revue d’Esthétique, No7
2010Stephen Chambers 'Raw Talent - Summer Exhibition', Royal Academy Magazine, Summer 2010, p 46-53
2009Lucile Encrevé, 'Une place qui n'est pas fixe.' (A Place that is not Fixed) Catalogue Essay for 'La Peinture est Presque Abstraite', Analogues p 2-15
David Ryan, 'Presque…mais pas tout à fait…' (Almost…but not Quite…) Catalogue Essay for 'La Peinture est Presque Abstraite', Analogues p 26-55
2008Artworld Magazine - New Works Interview with Paul Carey-Kent, April 2008
2007T J McNamara, ‘Painting: One’ The New Zealand Herald, 30 August 2007’
John Hurrell ‘Love That Icky Paint’, Artbash,30 August 2007
Esquire Magazine ‘73 Things You Should Have in your Home’ April 2007 pp 121,122
Barry Schwabsky ‘Artificial Life Forms’, Jane Harris, Catalogue Essay
Rebecca Fortnum, ‘Contemporary British Women Artists’ I.B. Taurus p 16-23
2006Patrizia Bottallo, 'Jane Harris', Manufactured in the UK, Catalogue Essay
Matthew Collings, 'Abstract Mode', Modern Painters, Summer issue
2005Richard Klein, ‘Jane Harris: New Painting’ , Catalogue Essa
Martin Herbert, ‘From a Burning Bridge’, Catalogue Essay in ‘Jane Harris: New Painting’
Tom Lubbock, 'I will always remember Carravagio’s nipple' The Year in Review, The Independent, 30 December
Tom Lubbock, 'On the Edge of Things', The Independent, 2 May
Eileen Walsh, ‘Wierd or Wonderful Art?’, Daily Ireland, 21 April
2004Rebecca Fortnum, 'Seeing and Feeling', Essay in 'Unframed - Practices and Politics of Women’s Contemporary Painting'. Kapitel 7, S. 139 - 161. Herausgegeben von I.B. Taurus
2003Suhail Malik and Gerard Hemsworth, 'Painting Per Se' catalogue
Martin Herbert, 'Once Again', Modern Painters, Spring
Maria Hirszman, 'Painting Per Se', Terca-Feira, 24. Juni
Paula Alzugaray, 'Painting Per Se', IstoEGente-204, 30.Jun
Ricardo Moreno, 'Painting Per Se', Veja Sao Paulo, 2. Juli
2002Helen Sumpter, 'Elliptical Illusions', The Big Issue, 28. January
Stephen Foster, 'Painting as a Foreign Language', contemporary, Juni
Rosemary Shirley, 'Once Again', contemporary, November
2001Martin Hentschel ‘Transforming Geometry and Ornament - On the Paintings of Jane Harris’ - Jane Harris, Paintings and Drawings, Catalogue Essay
Godfrey Worsdale ‘Drawings?’ Essay in the above catalogue
Phil Baker ‘Playing It Pure: Jane Harris & Jeremy Moon’, Modern Painters, Spring
Suhail Malik ‘Solidquid’, ‘Surface Tension’ , Catalogue Essay
Roderick Conway Morris, ‘Biennale Opens Its Portals to the Pros’, International Herald Tribune, June 16-17
Von Georg Leisten ‘Universum aus Farbe’, Stuttgarter Zeitung, 25 October
2000Martin Herbert, ‘Simon Callery, Jane Harris, Mandy Ure, Roy Voss’, Catalogue Essay
Simon Wallis - Interview in the above catalogue
Robert Clark ‘You won’t believe your eyes’, The Guardian Guide, 6 May
1999Martin Coomer, ‘Jane Harris, Ana Prada’, Time Out, April
Keith Patrick, ‘Jane Harris at Galerie Hollenbach’ Contemporary Visual Arts
Stephen Foster, ‘La Casa, Il Corpo, Il Cuore’, Catalogue Essay
Christopher Kool-Want, ‘Sublime - The Darkness and the Light’, (The Sublime Now - Language), Catalogue Essay
1998Nicholas de Ville,‘Ways of Seeing and the Pleasure of the Visual’, Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 18, April
‘Art forum berlin’ Dr Gerhard Charles Rump, Die Welt, 2 October
‘Breites Spektrum, Englische Kunst bei Hollenbach’ Stuttgarterzeitung, 18 November
‘Englishce Stoffe. Aha.’, Rainer Vogt, Stuttgarternachriditen, 31 October
1997‘Oxford, About Vision', Richard Shone, Burlington Magazine, March
Godfrey Worsdale, ‘small truths’, Art Monthly, March
Maite Lores, ‘small truths’, Contemporary Visual Arts, Issue 14, April
Judith Bumpus, ‘Jerwood Painting Prize’, Catalogue Essay
Rebecca Fortnum, ‘The Visible Invisible Women’, make 78, Dec-Feb 98
1996Hans-Joachim Muller, ‘Nach den Kampfen’, Die Zeit, 9 June 1996
Stuart Morgan, ‘Out of Order’, Catalogue Essay
Nick de Ville, ‘Small Truths’, Catalogue Essay
‘The Vision Thing’, Andrew Wilson, Art Monthly, Dec 96 -Jan 97
‘Crooked Style’,William Feaver, The Observer, 17 November
‘Left reeling from the schlock of the new’, Philip Hensher, Mail on Sunday
‘The best painting in Britain?’ Tim Hilton, Independent on Sunday, 17 November
1995Dr Gerhard Charles Rump, ‘Wo bitte, bleibt die Sinnlichkeit?’, Die Welt, 14 June
1994David Lillington, ‘Affective Light’, Time Out, December 29-January 5
Simon Morley, ‘Jane Harris’, Art Monthly, June
Sue Hubbard, ‘Jane Harris’, Time Out, May 18-25
Adrian Dannatt, ‘Jane Harris’, Flash Art International, October
Nick de Ville, ‘Jane Harris’, Catalogue Essay
1993Tim Hilton, ‘Moores the merrier, but for how long?, The Independent, October 24
Time Hilton, Exhibitions, (‘Ullo Ian, got an old motor?)
The Independent, May
Lewis Johnson, ‘In the Light of Questions of Place’
Catalogue Essay for ‘Affective Light’ December
1992Robin Dutt, ‘Jane Harris’, What’s On, July 29-August 5
John McEwen, ‘Jane Harris’, The Sunday Telegraph, July 5
Tim Hilton, ‘Rising in the East End’, The Guardian, June 25
Adrian Searle, ‘Jane Harris’, Time Out, July 1-8
1991Nick de Ville, The Independent, 17 December

Eagle Gallery
March 2018