Marie Jacotey Receives Studio Residency 


Marie Jacotey, YES, 2016-17, Dry pastel on Japanese paper, 69 x 94 cm

Marie Jacotey awarded Studio Residency with Hospitalfield and New Contemporaries


17 July 2018

We are delighted to announce that Marie Jacotey (alumnus 2014) is this year’s recipient of the New Contemporaries’ Studio Residency and Bursary with Hospitalfield.

From September – October 2018 Marie will live and work within the shared historic studios at Hospitalfield and will be awarded a production bursary for research and development of her practice.

Marie completed her MA in Printmaking from the Royal College ofArt, London in 2013. Recent solo and group exhibitions include ‘Architectural Ethnography: Portraits on Livelihood’, Japan Pavilion, Venice Biennale (2018); ‘Morning Defeats’, Hannah Barry Gallery, London (2017); ‘Walled garden in an insane Eden’, Sara Zanin Gallery, Rome (2017); and ‘Rhythm and depiction’, Centre for Recent Drawing, London (2016). Jacotey was also recently commissioned by Art on the Underground to design the new night tube map cover for TFL and in 2015 worked with Assemble’s Granby Workshop to produce a set of limited edition digital prints. Her work can be found in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London.