Vira Barynova-KulebaTracey EminOli EppKim FalerRyan GanderAntony GormleyAllen JonesAnatoly KryvolapChristopher Le BrunPavlo MakovVolodymyr ManzhosLubomir MedvidOlaf NicolaiKitty RiceHarry RudhamAlaia de SantisArsen SavadovSiggi SekiraDavid aiu Servan-SchreiberLisa SharpeConrad ShawcrossYinka ShonibareStephen ShoreTiberiy Silvashi Sergei SviatchenkoVictor SydorenkoJuergen TellerOleg TistolTatiana Drozd, Olga Kisseleva, Taisiya PolischukRuslan Tremba Olesia TrofymenkoClare WoodsGamlet Zinkivskyi
2022, oil and acrylic on canvas,130 x 115 cm
Rüdham’s work features countless cut-out minuscule silhouettes, dotted across the surface, varying in density, position and colour. At first, they look like birds, flocking together in flight patterns atop varying coloured skies. At closer inspection, it becomes clear they are all people, cut painstakingly with a scalpel and then layered onto the surface. This gives the art a multi-layered quality, that simply painting the silhouettes could not achieve. - Archie Brydon
About the artist
Harry Rudham (b. 1996) – German artist, who explores the relationship between the city and rest in abstract form.
Harry Rudham graduated with a first in BA Fine Art from Central Saint Martins in 2019, but a key part of his university experience came in Berlin, during a year abroad studying at the Universität der Künste.
Rüdham’s work has featured in numerous group exhibitions and solo shows in the UK and Germany including the Venco Gallery Edition iii Exhibition, Berlin (2018) The Water Drinkers three person exhibition, London (2019). In 2022 Rüdham was the subject of his first Solo show ‘Lubberland’ held in Fitzrovia and garnered large public and media interest featuring the artist on TalkTv, BBC radio Surrey and multiple publications.