Margaret Harrison

Margaret Harrison

Ellen's Dress, 1998

Biography


Margaret Harrison studied at the Carlisle College of Art from 1957 to 1961; the Royal Academy Schools, London, England, from 1961 to 1964; and graduated from the Perugia Fine Arts Academy, Italy, in 1965. She was one of founders of the London Women’s Liberation Art Group in 1970. A 1971 exhibition of her work that was closed by the police included a piece depicting Hugh Hefner as a Bunny Girl. Harrison continues to work in both the United States and England and has exhibited in many countries including America, Switzerland, Germany, China & Great Britain. Her work has been shown in the Museum of Contemporary Art USA, Tate Britain, Tate Modern & Tate Liverpool. She was a Senior Research Professor and Director of the Social and Environmental Art Research Centre at Manchester Metropolitan University

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May 28, 2013 The Guardian Margaret Harrison 2013 Northern Art Prize goes to Margaret Harrison

Oct 01, 2014 ARTFORUM Margaret Harrison Critics' Pick: Margaret Harrison

Jan 06, 2016 studio international Margaret Harrison "You have to have a strategy to draw people into the work"

Exhibitions

Jan 10, 2015 Margaret Harrison On Reflection

Apr 24, 1982 Vincenzo Agnetti Revolutions Per Minute (RPM)

Margaret Harrison

You Looking at Me?, 2013

Margaret Harrison

You Looking at Me?, 2013

Margaret Harrison

Getting Very Close to My Masculinity, 2013

Margaret Harrison

No Danger to the public, 2014

Margaret Harrison

He's Only a Bunny Boy But He's Quite Nice Really, 2011

Margaret Harrison

Allen Jones & The P.T.A., 2010

Margaret Harrison

What's That Long Red Limp Wrinkly Thing You're Pulling On?, 2009

Margaret Harrison

Certified Organic, 2007

Margaret Harrison

Beautiful Ugly Gun, 2004

Margaret Harrison

Beautiful Ugly Hammer, 2004

Margaret Harrison

Good Enough to Eat, 1971

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