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by David Abse

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Year created: 2011
Original Size: 20" x 16"
Original Medium: Mixed Media Work
Art Style: Abstract
Art Subject: Abstract
Artist comment about this artwork: "The Vorticists produced a Manfiseto for a Modern World Are we now in a post-modern world No were past that or ought to be so what we need is a manifesto for a post-post-modern world Except the best thing about manifestos is the word Manifesto Lovely word A quick Wikipedia search reveals Manifesto is derived from the Italian word manifesto itself derived from the Latin manifestum meaning clear or conspicuous Given nothing could be less clear than a manifesto for a post-post modern world even the sodding title is confusing - But what the hell IS post-post modern I think the best thing would be to produce some paintings which is what Wyndham Lewis should have done rather than printing his objectionable racist tracts ".
Art by the Artist David Abse

David Abse was born in December 1958. David studied art and design at the University of Wolverhampton in the early 1980s, and has subsequently exhibited his work throughout the UK (including the Francis Kyle Gallery in London, and the Bradford Biennale) and elsewhere in the world, including France, Japan and Poland. In 2009 David’’s work was featured on BBC TV’s ‘The One Show’.

For many years David worked for various charities and campaigning organisations in the UK, and continues to actively support a number of community and campaigning groups.

David now works full time as a painter and printmaker in the south of France.

1983: Tarmac Prize Prints, Printmaking Open Wolverhampton, UK
1984: Bradford Print Biennale, UK
1985: Kanagawa Print Triennial, Japan
1985: International Print Open, Krakow, Poland
1985: Leigh Gallery, London, UK
2010: Matelles-Art Gallery, France
2011 March: Icosahedron Gallery, New York, USA
2011 April: Le Soleil Bleu Gallery, Lodève, France
2011: May: ‘Animals’ Art Nomade, Gignac, France
2011: May: Pic Saint Loup Festa Trail, St Mathieu, France
2011 June: ‘Boom’: The Brick Lane Gallery, London, UK
2011: June/July: ‘Animaux’, Matelles-Art Gallery, France
2011: October: Parallax Art Fair, London

Francis Kyle Gallery, London (1984-1990)

July 2011: L’Artiste Magazine (see

In June 2011 I was feature on London Art as their “artist of the month”

NB: All my work is viewable on my own website at

In addition I have contributed illustrations to numerous publications and publishers over the years including The Jewish Chronicle, Poetry Wales Press, The Thin Blue Line, the Robson Press, Hutchinson, the Felix Gluck Press and others.

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