Michael Challenger

Biography

Michael Challenger was born in Kent (UK) in 1939. 1960-64 studied at Goldsmiths’ College, London. 1964-66 graduated at the Slade School of Art, London. 1968 – 70 taught at Goldsmiths’ College; 1970-72 taught at the Slade School of Art.

Awards

Sainsbury Prize for Sculpture

UK Collections Include:

Tate Gallery Print Collection, London
Victoria & Albert Museum, London
British Museum, Print Collection
British Council, London
Arts Council of Great Britain
Slade School of Art, London
University of Wales
Oldham City Art Gallery, Lancashire
Bradford City Art Gallery, Yorkshire
City Museum & Art Gallery, Plymouth
Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne
Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield
Southampton City Art Gallery
City of Manchester Art Gallery

Collection Outside The UK:

Atlantic Richfield Corp. New York, USA
Duke University, North Caroline, USA
University of Maine, USA
Bowdoin College of Art, Maine, USA
Flint Comm. College, Michigan, USA
Jewish Federation, Pittsburgh, USA
California State College, LA, USA
Boston College, Massachusetts, USA
Bucknell University, Pennsylvania, USA
Villanova University, Pennsylvia, USA
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, USA
Wayne State University, USA
IBM Corporation, New York City, USA
Lunn Gallery Inc. Washington DC. USA
Central National Bank, Chicago, USA
Estudio Actual, Caracus, Venezuela
Konstframjandet Gallery, Stockholm
Rodyards Limited, Sydney, Australia
Western Australian Art Gallery, Perth
Museo del Castelvecchio, Verona

Solo Exhibitions:

Fenna de Vries Gallery, Rotterdam
London Arts; London, NY & Detroit, Reflections Gallery, Atlanta, USA
Reflections Gallery, Atlanta, USA
Foliagraph Gallery, McLean, USA
Studio la Citta, Verona
Studio Haz, Rome
Galleria del Cavallino, Venice
Hamiltons Gallery, London
Southwark Cathedral, London
Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London

Group Exhibitions:

Catherine’s College, Oxford
Slade School of Art, London
Indica Gallery, London
Oxford University Press, London
Sixth Int. Europahaus, Vienna
Fenna de Vries Gallery, Rotterdam
British Printmakers, Stockholm
First Bradford Print Biennale, UK
Printmakers’ Council, Tokyo
Printmakers’ Council, London (2nd)
Int. Exhibition of Graphic Art, Florence
Studio la Citta, Verona
Galleria 1+1 Padua
Galleria Diagramma, Milan
International Graphics, Lugano
Sanger Harris Gallery, Dallas, USA
‘Hot-Cold’ at Toledo Museum, Ohio
Van Stratten Gallery, Chicago, USA
Piccadilly Gallery, London
Barbican Print 86, London
City of Manchester Art Gallery