CEO AND EDITOR IN CHIEF, ARTLYST                                                               

PAUL CARTER ROBINSON FRSA

CEO and Editor in Chief, Artlyst

London’s leading online art information website.

“The works selected are a cross section of Modern British and Contemporary British art chosen for their universal narratives and appeal.”

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Mark Woods, Kids 70s Dress, 2018. Courtesy of Cross Lane Projects.

“This humorous sculptural work presents an original and surrealistic take on the proverbial Southern Belle.”

Hugh Mendes, ‘Diana Rigg Don’t Look Away’, 2020. Courtesy of Charlie Smith London.

Diana Rigg has always been one of my favourites from her role as Emma Peel in The Avengers series to Mother Love. Hugh Mendes captures her essence without being overly sentimental.

Jenny Saville, Mother and Child study ii, 2009. Courtesy of Castlegate House Gallery.

“Jenny Saville is one of the most important living British artists. This piece sensitively depicts the universal mother and child subject.”

Abe Odedina, Delete, 2019. Courtesy of Ed Cross.

“I was drawn to this work by the atypical detachment of the subject from which you can form your own narrative.”

Rebecca Salter, Untitled 2020-07, 2020. Courtesy of Rabley Gallery.

“I like the way Rebecca Salter PRA approaches abstraction utilising a detailed interplay of markings.”

Keith Vaughan, Blue Assembly, 1912-1977. Courtesy of Zuleika Gallery.

“This LGBTQ+ artist was a pioneer in a time when homosexuality was illegal. His ability to handle paint, colour and form is noteworthy.”

Mark Woods, Kids 70s Dress, 2018. Sculpture, 100cm. Courtesy of Cross Lane Projects.

Mark Woods, Kids 70s Dress, 2018. Courtesy of Cross Lane Projects.

“This humorous sculptural work presents an original and surrealistic take on the proverbial Southern Belle.”

Hugh Mendes, 'Diana Rigg Don’t Look Away', 2020. Ink, pencil, coloured pencil on digital print 29.7x21cm. Courtesy of Charlie Smith London.

Hugh Mendes, ‘Diana Rigg Don’t Look Away’, 2020. Courtesy of Charlie Smith London.

Diana Rigg has always been one of my favourites from her role as Emma Peel in The Avengers series to Mother Love. Hugh Mendes captures her essence without being overly sentimental.

Jenny Saville (RA), Mother and Child study ii, 2009. Courtesy of Castlegate House Gallery.

Jenny Saville – Mother and Child study ii, 2009. Courtesy of Castlegate House Gallery.

“Jenny Saville is one of the most important living British artists. This piece sensitively depicts the universal mother and child subject.”

Abe Odedina Delete copy 2

Abe Odedina – Delete, 2019. Courtesy of Ed Cross.

“I was drawn to this work by the atypical detachment of the subject from which you can form your own narrative.”

Rebecca Salter – Untitled 2020-07, 2020. Mixed media, 54 x 72cm. Courtesy of Rabley Gallery.

Rebecca Salter – Untitled 2020-07, 2020. Courtesy of Rabley Gallery.

“I like the way Rebecca Salter PRA approaches abstraction utilising a detailed interplay of markings.”

Keith Vaughan, Blue Assembly, 1912-1977. Courtesy of Zuleika Gallery.

Keith Vaughan – Blue Assembly, 1912-1977. Courtesy of Zuleika Gallery.

“This LGBTQ+ artist was a pioneer in a time when homosexuality was illegal. His ability to handle paint, colour and form is noteworthy.”

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