Robin Greenwood is an abstract sculptor. Born 1950. Lives and works in London.
Erstwhile co-founder/director of Poussin Gallery.
Co-founder of Brancaster Chronicles https://branchron.com where filmed discussions of work are posted.
“…more abstract, more three-dimensional, more physical/visual, more spatial/illusionistic – all at once…”
Born 1950 in Manchester and Studied (1968-71) and later taught (1971-1984) at both Wimbledon and St. Martin’s Schools of Art.
For most of the time since 1968 living and working in London eh has been working as an abstract sculptor since 1968, painter and occasional writer.
First solo show of sculpture at the P. M. J. Self Gallery, Covent Garden, in 1975. Major Arts Council Award winner in 1978, selected by Bryan Robertson. Showed constructed wood sculpture in subsequent Arts Council Exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery in 1979.
First showed steel sculpture in the Stockwell Depot Show of 1979. Showed forged steel sculpture in Sculpture From The Body at the Tate in 1984. his First solo show of paintings was at the Consort Gallery, London, 1993.
Has shown both sculpture and painting in various exhibitions since then. Most recently was “Transformations”, 2018 at Linden Hall Studio, with Gary Wragg.
Curator of “Making Painting Abstract” at Linden Hall Studio, 2020.
Co-founder/director of Poussin Gallery, London (https://www.poussin-gallery.com/, 2005-12.
Co-founder/director of abstractcritical, 2011-14
Co-founder/director of Brancaster Chronicles, 2013-2020
Founder/editor of Abcrit (https://abcrit.org/), 2014-2020