exhibitions & events 2017
Ray Richardson: Country Got Soul
Glasgow Print Studio First Floor Gallery
Exhibition Runs: 19 May – 09 July
Preview: Friday 19th May
Ray Richardson's paintings are more than just a mirror of everyday life. They are drawn from his own experience of being born, bred and from living and working in London but also his experiences beyond there. When you look at his work you don’t have to experience it through the usual suspects of art history and great artists. See it too through the minor musical language of a 1970s Marvin Gaye and Gil Scott Heron or the pulp history of James Ellroy (author of the book and the Oscar winning film L.A. Confidential who incidentally owns three Richardson's) or the motivation of cinema and photography.
"Ray Richardson is the Martin Scorsese of painting" Lindsay Macrae, GQ Magazine.
"There is a filmic quality in these works which proposes Ray Richardson as a David Lynch of canvas and paint" Iain Gale, The Independent Newspaper.
Over the years Ray’s screenprints, etchings and relief prints have been published by Advanced Graphics, Glasgow Print Studio, Hole Editions, Ben Oakley Gallery and recently co-published with Thames-Side Print Studio and Paul Stolper Gallery.
Richardson was born in Woolwich, London in 1964. He studied at St Martins School of Art and Goldsmiths College. He has lived and worked in London, Brussels, Paris and Chicago. He currently lives and works in London.
Glasgow Print Studio are pleased to present Lucky Seven, a new series of panoramic format sceenprints by Ray Richardson. All works are available to purchase from our online shop, by telephone (0141 552 0704) or at our Trongate 103 ground floor gallery.
Click here to view a PDF catalogue of all the works in the series.
Above: Place You Can’t Place, screenprint, 2016, 31 x 71 cm, edition of 30.
Image: Ray Richardson, 'Kirk Vidas', oil on linen.