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Artists’ Editions

Laura Ford
Cloud Girl, 2019 SOLD OUT  

Glazed Ceramic
Edition of 10


Laura Ford’s sculptures are representations of fantasy with sometimes bitter sweet and menacing qualities mixed with tenderness. Her work combines humour with a dark brooding quality, drawing in fantasy, playfulness and social and political issues. She works with a range of media, including drawing, painting, performance and set design. She has increasingly taken on the challenge of public art alongside museum and gallery shows. In 2005 she represented Wales in the Venice Biennale.

Her work is represented in many public collections including; Tate, The Victoria and Albert Museum, Government Art Collection, Potteries Museum, National Museums and Gallery of Wales; Museum of Modern Art, University of Iowa; Arts Council of Great Britain; Contemporary Art Society; Unilever plc; Penguin Books; Oldham Art Gallery, The New Art Gallery Walsall, The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, The Meijier Gardens, Grand Rapids USA and The Gateway Foundation, St. Louis, as well as numerous private collections.

Laura Ford lives and works in Camden, London. Her  numerous solo and group shows include 'Days of Judgment', Kulturzentrum Englische Kirche , Galerie Scheffel, Bad Homburg and at The New Art Centre, Roche Court (all 2012), Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, USA,( 2011), 'Rag and Bone', Turner Contemporary, Margate (2007), 'Armour Boys', Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, (2006), Venice Biennale for Wales, (2005), 'Wreckers', Beaconsfield, 2004 'Into My World: Recent British Sculpture', Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Connecticut, USA, London,(2004), 'Headthinkers', Houldsworth Gallery, Cork Street, (2003), 'The Great Indoors', Salamanca Centre of Contemporary Art, Spain, (2002), Camden Arts Centre, London (with Jacqui Poncelet) (1998).

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