doggerfisher is pleased to present Soft Sun Down, a group show of new and recent works on paper by Ellen Cantor, Sally Osborn, Lucy Skaer and Hanneline Visnes. These artists engage in drawing, painting and watercolour, their practices exploring a range of themes and ideas.
Ellen Cantor (born USA; lives and works in London and New York). Recent exhibitions include International Film Festival, Rotterdam (2003); Marcus Ritter, New York (2002) and Video des monats, Kunsthalle Wien project space, Vienna and solo show Transmission Gallery, Glasgow (2000). Future exhibitions include Anne Faggionato, London and FA1 Projects (2003).
Sally Osborn (born England; lives and works in Glasgow) is currently completing her MFA at Glasgow School of Art. Recent projects and exhibitions include a residency at Maumaus School of Art, Lisbon, 2002; Research & Development Project, Grizedale, (2001); two person show with Ilana Halperin, doggerfisher 2001); Jerwood Drawing Prize, 2001; solo project, Tramway, Glasgow (2000).
Lucy Skaer (born England; lives and works in Glasgow) is a founder member of the collaborative artist group, Henry VIII’s Wives. Recent exhibitions include A hundred flowers, a hundred birds, a hundred children in late spring and early summer with Hanneline Visnes, CCA Glasgow (2002); Like a circle in a spiral, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow (2001). Future projects include Beck’s Futures; Isabella Brancolini Arte Contemporanea, Florence and Zenomap project, Venice Biennale, (all 2003).
Hanneline Visnes (born Norway; lives and works in Glasgow) completed her MFA at Glasgow School of Art in 2002. Recent exhibitions include A hundred flowers, a hundred birds, a hundred children in late spring and early summer with Lucy Skaer, CCA, Glasgow and Bat in Mouth, Bergen Museum of Natural History, Norway; (2001). Future projects include Isabella Brancolini Arte Contemporanea, Florence and Zenomap project, Venice Biennale, 2003.