John Keane  (British, 1954) 

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John Keane, Virus

 

John Keane
Virus
2006

Flowers
John Keane, Economy Stupid

 

John Keane
Economy Stupid
2010

Flowers
John Keane, Oil and Water

 

John Keane
Oil and Water
2010

Flowers
John Keane, Bomb

 

John Keane
Bomb
Brandler Galleries
John Keane, Bomb

 

John Keane
Bomb
Brandler Galleries
 
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John Keane, Turnpike gallery poster

 

John Keane
Turnpike gallery poster, 1988
mixed media

 

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John Keane, Commodity collage

 

John Keane
Commodity collage, 1988
color silkscreen w/collage

 

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John Keane, Peace giant

 

John Keane
Peace giant, 1990
color lithograph w/collage

 

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1954   Born Hertfordshire
1972 - 1976   Camberwell School of Art
1985 - 1986   Artist in Residence, Whitefield School, London
1987   Commissioned poster for London International Mime Festival
1988   Commissioned exhibition about Ollerton Mining Community, by Nottinghamshire County Council
1991   Official British War Artist, Gulf Crisis
1992   Commissioned cover for City Limits
1993   Set Design for Salsa Celestina, Palace Theatre, Watford
1993   The Lives behind the Lies, commissioned poster for Amnesty International
1994   Commissioned cover for The Big Issue
1995   Commissioned poster for Channel Four Sitcom Festival
1998   Commissioned painting for The Lowry Centre Trust
2008   Angola, Flowers Central, London
2007   Guantanamerica, Flowers, New York
2006   24 Hours In the House of Culture, Sakharov Museum, Moscow
2006   24 Hours In the House of Culture, Flowers East, London
2005   35th Anniversary Exhibition, Flowers East, London
2004   Pax Britannica, The Aquarium Gallery, London
2004   Inconvenience of History, London Institute, London;The Naughton Gallery, Queens University of Belfast; Greenbelt Festival; Derby Museum and Art Gallery; Aberystwyth Arts Centre
2004   Back To Fundamentals, Flowers East, London; Hull Museums and Art Gallery, Kingston upon Hull
2004   Back to Fundaments, Flowers East, London BUT ALL THE OTHER SHOWS
2003   Recent Events, Galerie Behemot, Prague
2003   John Keane & Peter Howson, Rivington Gallery
2003   Small is Beautiful XXI, War & Peace, Flowers Central, London
2002   Recent Events, Flowers Central, London
2001   Saving the Bloody Planet, Flowers West, Santa Monica
2000   Making a Killing, Flowers East at London Fields, London
2000   The Times of Our Lives: Endings, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
2000   Angela Flowers Gallery 30th Anniversary Exhibition, Flowers West, Santa Monica
2000   Flowers Three, Flowers Central, London
1999   Trading Flaws and Sporting Mistakes, Flowers West, Santa Monica
1998   John Keane, A Painter in Focus, Ulster Museum, Belfast
1998   Conflicts of Interest, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
1998   Corps Ville Societe, La Glaciere, Brussels
1997   Truth, Lies & Super-8, Flowers East at London Fields, London
1997   John Keane A Painter in Focus, Wolverhampton Art Gallery
1997   John Keane and Peter Howson, Galerie Piltzer, Paris
1997   The Body Politic, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Wolverhampton
1995   Twenty Fifth Anniversary Exhibition, Flowers East at London Fields, London
1993 - 1995   Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London
1993   John Moores 18, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
1992   Artist’s Choice, Flowers East, London
1992   Gulf, Imperial War Museum, London; Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Sunderland; Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield; Tullie House, Carlisle; Aberdeen Art Gallery, Aberdeen
1990   Angela Flowers Gallery 1990, Barbican Concourse Gallery, London
   Russell-Taylor, John; The Times, 13 August 1993
   Feaver, William; The Observer, 24 October 1993
   The London Magazine, October 1993
   Gale, Iain; 'War on the home front', The Independent, 9 November 1993
   Lester, Anthony; 'The Art of War', The Big Issue, 9-15 November 1993
   The Independent, 24 June 1994
   Gayford, Martin; ' Have they got a good deal', The Daily Telegraph, June 1994
   Howe, Darcus; 'The new Union Jack', The Big Issue, 17-23 October 1994
   Gough, Paul; 'The Tyranny of Seeing', Art Review, November 1994
   Baddeley, Oriana; “British Art - Defining the 90s”, Art and Design, May 1995