094. Emma Neuberg, photo by Cristina Schek (94)

Emma Neuberg’s work is about syzygy and forces of nature. Natural and imagined landscapes overlap and are abstracted into areas of painted and printed compositions that interplay for harmony, visibility and dissonance. Starting on a painterly scale, Neuberg’s works grow to large installations through a process of narrative development and transformative materiality. Her next large-scale installation takes place in 2018 at Aldgate Tower, East London.

Her first group show was Artists As Rugmakers with Ben Nicholson, Winifred Nicholson, EQ Nicholson, Tim Nicholson, Jake Nicholson and Kaffe Fassett, in 1994, and was curated by Tim Nicholson.  Her most recent exhibition was a solo show at 99 Bishopsgate, East London, in autumn 2017 and was curated by Saff Williams at Studio 7 Projects.

Emma trained at the Royal College of Art, London, graduating in 2000. She has won several awards and, in November 2016, was described as ‘one to watch’ by The Observer Magazine.

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Photo: Cristina Schek