Tess Jaray  (British, 1937) 

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Tess Jaray, Untitled

 

Tess Jaray
Untitled
1962

Karsten Schubert
Tess Jaray, St Stephen's Green

 

Tess Jaray
St Stephen's Green
1964

Tadema Gallery
Tess Jaray, No 5

 

Tess Jaray
No 5
Brandler Galleries
Tess Jaray, No 4

 

Tess Jaray
No 4
Brandler Galleries
Tess Jaray, No 2

 

Tess Jaray
No 2
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Tess Jaray, No 3

 

Tess Jaray
No 3
Brandler Galleries
Tess Jaray, No 1

 

Tess Jaray
No 1
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Tess Jaray, Untitled

 

Tess Jaray
Untitled
acrylic on canvas

 

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Tess Jaray, Summer house

 

Tess Jaray
Summer house, 1965
acrylic on canvas

 

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Tess Jaray, Untitled

 

Tess Jaray
Untitled
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1937   Born in Vienna
1954 - 1957   St Martin’s School of Art, London
1957 - 1960   Slade School of Fine Art, London
1960   Awarded Abbey Minor Travelling Scholarship
1961   Awarded French Government Scholarship
1979   Awarded Premier (Edwin Austin Memorial) Scholarship
1995   Created Honorary Fellow of the RIBA
1968 - 1999   Taught at the Slade School of Fine Art
  Awards
  1995 Winner, Jerwood Art for Architecture Award, RSA
  1994 Civic Trust: Woodhouse Landscape Award, Centenary Square jointly with Victoria Square
  1993 The Arts: Working for Cities, Arts Council/British Gas Award `Art in Public Places’ Winner for Wakefield Cathedral Precinct
  1993 Wakefield Civic Society Award for Cathedral Precinct Construction
  1992 RSA Art for Architecture Award (in collaboration with Wakefield Metropolitan District Council)
2003   Purdy Hicks Gallery, London (solo)
2001   Clifford Chance, London (prints) (solo)
2000   Purdy Hicks Gallery (solo)
1993   Todd Gallery, London (prints) (solo)
1988   Serpentine Gallery, London (solo)
1984   Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (prints and drawings) (solo)
1984   Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester (solo)
1980   Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide, Australia (solo)
1976   Angela Flowers Gallery, London (solo)
1973   Whitechapel Art Gallery, London (solo)
1972   City Art Gallery, Bristol (solo)
1972   Graves Art Gallery Sheffield (solo)
1972   Axiom Gallery, London (solo)
1967   Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh (solo)
1965   Hamilton Gallery, London (solo)
1963   Grabowski Gallery, London (solo)
  Public Collections
  Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal
  Arts Council of Great Britain
  British Council
  British Museum
  Contemporary Art Society
  Government Art Collection
  Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield
  Leicestershire Education Authority
  Tate Gallery
  University College, London
  University of East Anglia
  Victoria & Albert Museum
  Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
  Warwick University
  Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
  Worcester Museum & Art Gallery
  Museum of Fine Art, Budapest
  Museum of Modern Art, Belgrade
  Museum XX Jahrhundert, Vienna
  Peter Stuyvesant Netherlands Foundation
  Stadtisches Museum, Leverkusen
  Sundsvalls Museum, Sweden
  Western Australia Art Gallery
 
  1999-2002 The Piazza, Broadway, Wimbledon, London
  1995-1999 Forecourt of the New British Embassy, Moscow
  1995-1998 Leeds General Infirmary, Jubilee Square
  1991 Roof Terrace for Arts Council Headquarters
  1989-1992 Wakefield Cathedral Precinct
  1988-1992 Centenary Square, Birmingham
  1987 Decorative brick paving floor, Midlands Arts Centre
  1985 Terrazzo floor, Victoria Station
  1967 Mural for British Pavilion, Expo 1967, Montreal