David Batchelor was born in Dundee in 1955 and lives and works in London. In 2013, a major solo exhibition of Batchelor's two-dimensional work, Flatlands, was displayed at Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh and toured to Spike Island, Bristol. Batchelor's work was included in the landmark group exhibition Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society 1915 - 2015 at Whitechapel Gallery, London. A separate exhibition of Batchelor's Monochrome Archive (1997–2015) was also on display at Whitechapel Gallery until May 2015.Read More
Batchelor's portfolio includes a number of major public artworks, with a commission for the British Council headquarters in Hong Kong, a site-specific work for the McManus Galleries in Dundee, a 10-metre high light installation at the Archway Tube Station in London, a major commission for St. Pancras International Station entitled Chromolocomotion and in 2015, Chromorama, was situated in Broadgate, London.
Batchelor has written and edited a number of books including The Luminous and the Grey (2014), Found Monochromes (2010), Colour (2008) and Chromophobia (2000).
Text courtesy Waddington Custot.
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