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Born 1997, London

Lives and works in London, UK


Annice Fell graduated from the Masters Painting Programme at the Royal College of Art in 2023 and earned her BA in Painting at the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL in 2020. Fell's bold paintings explore intuition and response. Rooted in the relation of the paint to the body and space, Fell's work encapsulates the human experience. Each canvas begins with applying a unique monoprint, built up, deconstructed, and manipulated by hand. This process creates a journey for each painting to have to undergo, juxtaposing premeditation and impulsivity and requiring any attachment to an initial starting point to be let go. Fell draws inspiration from techniques such as decalcomania and automatism and seeks to unravel the binary of abstraction and figuration. Fell's work is held in numerous important private collections and was the recipient of the Betty Malcolm Prize and the Richard Ford Award. Highlights of recent group exhibitions include 'Pressing The Ear Against The Ground I Could Hear the Far Galloping Coming Near' at Samuele Vistentin, London (2023). Fell will have her debut solo exhibition in January 2024 at LBF Contemporary in London.

Underbelly, 2023

Oil and oil pastel on linen

160 x 180 cm

Annice Fell
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