PODCAST


Art Fictions with Jillian Knipe


Grant Foster selects 'The Atrocity Exhibition' by J G Ballard, first published by Jonathan Cape UK, 1970. Both artist and writer embrace in equal measure the freedom, fear and disappointment that results from the individual being a fragmented composition, vulnerable to manipulation and capable of dynamic reconfiguration...


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INTERVIEW


Ceri Hand | Elevations Blog


"I first encountered Grant Foster's work in 2008, in the John Moores 25 painting prize exhibition at the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. I was happily haunted by the gnarly, tragi-comic, skeletal, uniformed, character depicted in his painting Hero Worship (2007). I was especially delighted that Grant looked and sounded exactly like the artist that was meant to paint it..."


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INTERVIEW


Trade Gallery 


Where are the images in the works generated from?

 

In the past I've worked from images in newspapers, then I collaged or adapted the image in some way. In other periods I've only worked from my own drawings, with many revisions, till I came to a piece that felt right...


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INTERVIEW


FAD Magazine: Marcelle Joseph Interviews Artist Grant Foster


After spending three months at the British School at Rome at the end of last year, Grant Foster returns to London in top form, presenting a solo show at Tintype Gallery (on until 3rd June 2017)..


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ESSAY


Vernacular symbols and other hidden conspiracies: Grant Foster’s Holy Island

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso


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