Richard Graham CORK

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1947-03-25
Education Kingswood Sch Bath, Trinity Hall Cambridge (MA, PhD)
Publications N/A
Recreations enjoying my family, looking at art, walking, going to the cinema
Clubs N/A
Style Richard Cork, Esq
Career author, critic, historian, exhibition organiser and broadcaster; art critic: Evening Standard 1969-77 and 1980-83, The Listener 1984-90, The Times 1991-2002, New Statesman 2003-07; Lethaby lectr RCA 1974, ed Studio International 1975-79, Durning-Lawrence lectr UCL 1987, Slade prof of fine art Univ of Cambridge 1989-90, Henry Moore fell Courtauld Inst of Art 1992-95; John Llewelyn Rhys Meml Prize 1976, Sir Banister Fletcher Award 1985, Nat Art Fund Award 1995; memb: Editorial Bd Tate - The Art Magazine, Advsy Ctee Hayward Gallery until 1996, Ctee Contemporary Art Soc until 1997, Fine Arts Advsy Ctee British Cncl until 1997, Trafalgar Square Vacant Plinth Advsy Gp 1999-2000, St Paul's Cathedral Font Selection Ctee 1999-2000, Paul Mellon Centre for Br Art Advsy Cncl 1999-2005, Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain Design Ctee 2000-02, Syndic Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge 2002-, Maggie's Art Gp 2009-; chm Visual Arts Advsy Panel Arts Cncl 1995-98; tstee Public Art Devpt Tst until 1996; elector to Slade professorship of fine art Cambridge, selector Sunderland Gateway Cmmn 1999-2000, Watson Gordon lectr Univ of Edinburgh 2005; judge: Turner Prize 1988, Nat Art Collections Fund Awards 1994, Citibank Photography Prize 1997, NatWest Painting Prize 1998, John Moores Prize 1999, Charles Wollaston Award 1999, Times/Artangel Open 1999-2000, Art 2000 Commission 1999-2000, Jerwood Drawing Prize 2001, BBC Churchill Memorial 2003-04, Trafalgar Square Crib Sculpture 2005, Blind Art 2006, St Martin-in-the-Fields East Window and Altar 2006-07, Rouse Kent Public Art Award 2006-07, Open Art Chichester 2007-08, Darwin Canopy Cmmn (Nat History Museum) 2008, Wollaston Award Royal Acad 2008, RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship 2009; hon fell Royal Acad 2011; >ir< organiser of various exhbns incl: Critic's Choice (Tooth Gallery) 1973, Beyond Painting and Sculpture (Arts Cncl) 1973, Vorticism and Its Allies (Hayward Gallery) 1974, Sculpture Now: Dissolution or Redefinition? (RCA) 1974, Art for Whom? (Serpentine Gallery) 1978, David Bomberg Retrospective (Tate Gallery) 1988, The Last Days of Mankind (Altes Museum Berlin) 1994, A Bitter Truth (Barbican Art Gallery) 1994, A Life of Their Own (Lismore Castle Arts Ireland) 2008, Wild Thing: Epstein, Gaudier-Brzeska, Gill (Royal Acad) 2009-10; co-organiser: Arte Inglese Oggi (Palazzo Reale Milan) 1976, Un Certain Art Anglais (Musée d'Art Moderne Paris) 1979, British Art in the Twentieth Century (Royal Acad) 1987, The British Art Show 4 (Manchester, Edinburgh and Cardiff) 1995-96; North Meadow Art Project (Millennium Dome) 2000
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