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Ms Phoebe Unwin
Slade School of Fine Art
Gower Street
  • Lecturer
  • The Slade School of Fine Art
  • Faculty of Arts & Humanities
UCL Subsidiary Supervisor

Phoebe Unwin was born in Cambridge in 1979. She studied at Newcastle University (BA Hons 1998 – 2002) and Slade School of Fine Art (MFA 2002 – 2005). Recent exhibitions include ‘31 Women’ Breese Little Gallery, London (group, 2017); ‘Portrait (for a Screenplay) of Beth Harmon’ Tenderpixel, London (group, 2017); ‘Illicit Flowers’ Stiftung Museum Schloss Moyland, Germany (group, 2016); ‘Towards Night’ Towner Gallery, Eastbourne (group 2016); ‘Walk Through 500 Years of British Art’ Tate Britain, London (group, 2016); ‘Distant People and Self-Soothing Objects’, Wilkinson Gallery, London (solo, 2015); ‘One Day Something Happens: Paintings of People, work selected from the Arts Council Collection by Jennifer Higgie’ (group) (2015-16); ‘Emotional Resources’, Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Sunderland (group) (2014-15). In 2010 she exhibited in the British Art Show 7 ‘The Days of the Comet’, a Hayward Gallery National Touring Exhibition. 

Her work is held in both private and public collections including Tate Collection, UK; Arts Council Collection, UK; Saatchi Collection, London; Yale Centre for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut; Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia; Fenberger House, Nagano Prefecture, Japan; British Council Collection, UK; Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam; and Southampton City Art Gallery.

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Research Summary

Phoebe Unwin's paintings explore perceptions of everyday experience. Her invented figurative images and their corresponding relation to mark, scale and colour, fuse to visually articulate the variety of feelings invested in looking. 


Academic Background
2005   Master of Fine Arts University College London
2002   Bachelor of Arts University of Newcastle upon Tyne
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