It's not 2020, 2020
Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle 260 luster paper
16 x 12 inches (40.6 x 30.5 centimeters)
Edition of 25
© Mark Titchner, 2020.
Mark Titchner’s (b. 1973, Luton, UK) work involves an exploration of the tensions between the different belief systems that inform our society, be they religious, scientific or political. Focusing on an exploration of words and language, in recent years much of his production has been based in the public realm both in the UK and internationally. These public works have often been created from extended group activities. He was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2006, participated in the Venice Biennale in 2007 and was Artist in Residence at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto in 2012. In 2018 he completed a major new permanent public work, ‘Me, Here Now’ which is installed at London Bridge Station.
His work is held in numerous public collections including Tate, The Arts Council Collection, The British Council, The Government Art Collection, South London Gallery, Manchester Art Gallery, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and the Guildhall Art Gallery.
Solo exhibitions include ‘Some questions about us’, Firstsite, Colchester (2019), ’Mark Titchner’, CGP/Dilston Grove, London (2014), ’Please Believe These Days Will Pass’, The Young gallery at The Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada (2012), ‘Be true to your oblivion’, New Art Gallery, Walsall (2011), The Age of Happiness, Hellenic American Union, Athens (2009) and ‘Run Black River, Run’, BALTIC, Gateshead, (2008). He lives and works in London.