Cheryl Papasian

Website: www.cherylpapasian.com
Bio:

Cheryl Papasian is a London sculptor juxtaposing handcrafted bronze, ceramic and mass-produced objects with an excess of artificiality and luxury. Her practice examines the intricate and fluctuating relationships between art, objects, pleasure, value, status and consumerism. These sculptures and objects can suggest a particular purpose or suggest natural forms, yet remain elusive through their dislocation of context. Cheryl is a member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and has been shortlisted for the Henry Moore Plinth Prize 2015, Red Mansion Prize 2014 and Future Map 2013. Cheryl has been Artist in Residence in Japan, Beijing, Scotland and Switzerland. She has a studio in London and exhibits in the UK and internationally.

Exhibitions:

Inception, Great Titchfield, London, Nov 2016
SHE, Tanner Street, July 2016
96% Visible, Menier Gallery, May 2016
Handmaid, Hoxton Arches, Mar 2016
Art Maze, OXO Tower, The Bargehouse, London, Dec 2015
Office Sessions IV Beak Street, Soho, London July 2015
Post Gender, The Rum Factory, London July 2015
Historical Futures, The Rag Factory, London May 2015
Y Not?, Espacio Gallery, London, April 2015
Pop Living, Schwartz Gallery, London February 2015
Stars on Canvas, The Hub, Heddon Street (Supported the Willow Foundation Charity) November 2014
Springboard, The Cookhouse, Chelsea College of Art, London, November 2014
Obsession: Love, Ritual, Collection, Embassy Tea Gallery, London, June 2014
Chelsea Salon at CONS Project London, The Old Hannah Barry Gallery, Peckham, June 2014
Bigger, Bolder, Brighter 2014, MiAL, Holborn, London, May 2014
£weatshop, Pop-up Exhibition, 55 DALSTON LANE, London, March 2014
MA Fine Art Summer Exhibition, Chelsea College of Art, September 2013
Down the Dori, The Cookhouse, Chelsea College of Art, July, 2013
Jaws Exhibition, Chelsea College of Art, June 2013
4:1/1:4, Georges House Gallery, Folkestone 14-26 Oct 2011
interference:pause Georges House Gallery, Folkestone Sept 2011
Messages Home, Leas Lift, Folkestone Triennial Fringe