Why Is It so Hard to Stay in Present Time, 2017 Oil and charcoal on canvas 150 x 235 cm

Emma Fineman

Why Is It so Hard to Stay in Present Time, 2017
Oil and charcoal on canvas
150 x 235 cm

2018 / Artists

Emma Fineman

b. 1991, Berkeley, USA

2016 – 2018 MA Painting, Royal College of Art, London
2009 – 2013 BFA Painting, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore

Recent Exhibitions

Solo:
2017 ‘Fin_Bow’, Eleven Spitalfields Gallery, London
2016 ‘O.S. 1’, The Great Highway Gallery, San Francisco
2015 ‘Samgöngur (Transport)’, The Sub, San Francisco

Group:
2018 ‘RBA Rising Stars’, Framers Gallery, London (Selected by the Royal Society of British Artists)
2018 ‘SURGE East Wing Biennial’, Courtauld Institute East Wing Gallery, Somerset House, London
2017 ‘SUPERnatural / Survey of the “Figurative” in Contemporary Art’, AUREUS Contemporary Gallery, New York

Awards and Residencies

2018 John Moores Painting Prize Shortlisted Candidate, Liverpool Museums, Liverpool
2018 RBA Rome Scholarship Shortlisted Candidate, The Royal Society of British Artists, London
2017 Harley Open Judges Prize, Welbeck Estates, Harley Museum and Foundation, Nottingham


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