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Royal Cows (How My Parents Met) (2021)

Dyed warp, handwoven cotton
100 x 100cm


Mark Corfield-Moore (b.1988, Bangkok) is a painter whose practice holds woven textiles at its core. The conception of fabrics as nomadic objects is fundamental to his work. Historically, textiles have been produced for rugs, tents and wall-hangings, amongst other uses, items that are portable and attached to no specific location. These ideas draw, in part, on the artist's own mixed Thai and British heritage, an identity he consciously reflects upon and interrogates in his own work. 


Recent exhibitions include New Arts Centre, Roche Court (2020); Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester (2020); Pippy Houldsworth Gallery (Online), London (2020); Choi & Lager, Cologne (2019); and the Royal Academy of Arts, London (2018). In 2019, he was the recipient of the Jerwood Makers Award.

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Spicy Lunch (Weymouth Beach), 2020

185 x 100 cm

Dyed warp, handwoven cotton

Courtesy of Pippy Houldsworth Gallery. Image credit Mark Blower

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Studied Carelessness, 2018

200 × 140 cm

Dyed warp, handwoven cotton

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