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Statement

Mulvey’s images depict moments when ordinary things become unknown and enchanted, allowing new possibilities to come to light. Briefcases scatter their contents, shirts are caught on the wind and people take flight. Objects from the living room and the garden come adrift.

His paintings exploit the voluptuousness and artifice of oil paint. Thoughts become palpable and sensuous.

Jeremy Mulvey specialises in painting and drawings. He studied Fine Art at Kingston Polytechnic and was awarded at British Council Scholarship to Spain on graduating in 1971.

Mulvey’s exhibition ‘Heures et Malheurs de Heures du Bureau’ (Office Hours: routine and rapture) at the World Trade Organisation in Geneva, in November 2005 took a wry look at the patterns of office life for man and women.

He exhibits regularly with the New English Art Club at the Mall Galleries and is a permanent exhibitor at ArtSquare Gallery in London where his work can be seen on the website: www.artsquare.co.uk.

He is currently Research Convenor at Cambridge School of art, Anglia Ruskin University where he is collaborating on a project with artists and curators that looks at using painting to explore issues of gender, particularly masculinity. Mulvey is currently working on an exhibition about men and war

CV/Exhibitions

Jeremy Mulvey Curriculum Vitae
126 Blinco Grove, Cambridge CB1 7TT Tel.: O1223 573010
e-mail: j-c.mulvey@ntlworld.com

Education
1979 MA in Theory and History of Art, Essex University
1974 Post Grad. Cert Ed. (Distinction)
1971 British Council Travelling Scholarship (Spain), renewed 1972-73
1971 Dip. A.D. in Fine Art: Painting, Kingston Polytechnic

Exhibitions
2006 New English Art Club Exhibition, Mall Galleries, up for election to NEAC
2005 Heures et Malheures des Heures de bureau (Office Hours Series):-
Gallerie de Salle de Pas Perdu, World Trade Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland
2004 Angles de Vue Gallerie d’Art Carrouges Geneva Switzerland
2003 Permanent artist exhibiting with ArtSquare, London N10 (from Nov 2003)
2003 New English Art Club Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London
2003 Air Gallery, London, ‘Obesity’ mixed exhibition (Sept.)
2002 Sebastian Pearson Gallery, Cambridge. Free Fall, one-person show (Feb)
2001 Cambridge Contemporary Art Gallery, recent work, mixed exhibition (Dec.)
2001 Cambridge Contemporary Art Gallery set of still lives (Aug.)
2000 Ubudoda, Metropolitan Gallery, Cape Town, Curated with the British Council
1998 Machos y munecas, La Casa Elizalde, Barcelona. Curated with British Council,
1995 Men and masculinities at Watermans Arts Centre, London. LAB funded.
1995 The Painted Image at Mall Galleries, London.
1994 Men: a space for reflection Tabernacle Gallery, London. An MIG Show,
1994 Making a mark Mall Galleries, London.

Reviews of my work
Vic Seidler ‘Men, Masculinity and Experience’ in exhibition catalogue, ‘Men and Masculinities’ University of Westminster 1996
Kieron Jecchinis ‘Art review’, Achilles Heel, Spring 1997 (copy enclosed)
Jaume Vidal ‘Otro vision de lo masculino’ El Pais, Spain, 19/11/ 1999
Francesc Vilaseca ‘Ser hombres hoy’, La Vanguardia, Spain, 20/10/1999
Lloyd Pollock ‘Artists peel away masculinity ’, Cape Times, 25/10/2000
Bonny Schoenakker ‘Bad blood flows over cutting edge display’ Sunday Times SA, 15/10/2000
Corbus van Bosch ‘Quaking pants lead to afterthoughts’, Die Burger, 1/11/2000
Mark Wilsher ‘Jeremy Mulvey: Open Studio’ Cambridge Agenda July 2002

Radio Interviews
1995 ‘Afternoon shift’, Ian Peacocck/Laurie Taylor, BBC Radio 4, 4th November
1999 ‘Revista del Arte’, Bene Gimenez, Canal Plus, Barcelona, 18th November
2000 ‘Woman Today’, Nancy Stien, S. African Broadcasting, SAFM 17thOct.
2000 ‘ John Mather Show’, Cape Talk Radio, 18th October

Publications

2009 'Picturing Men' a chapter in "Modes of Spectating" edited by Alison Oakley and Christine White published by Intellect in 2009

2006 ‘Making a new fine art degree’ catalogue essay commissioned by the University of Westminaster for the After Art School’ Exhibition. Republished on the Hero Website as ‘The Art of Freedom’

1999 Co-editor of catalogue for La Casa Elizalde, MIG Exhibition
published by University of Westminster

1996 Co-editor of catalogue for Watermans and James Hockey, MIG Exhibitions
published by University of Westminster

1996 Radical Postures: new media and race, Forward and Editor,
published by University of Westminster

1992 Developing Learner Autonomy in Enterprise Skills for Students, Butterworth and Heineman

1988 Information Design Journal, 198 5/2 ‘ Pictures with Words-semiotic links’

1981 Apollo Magazine ‘Palace Decoration in 18th century Spain’

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Membership: Societe Mutuelle des Artistes, Switzerland

Teaching and Research Experience 1980-2002
2003 Lecture programmes at Anglia Polytechnic University on aspects of Printmaking and Photography

2002 Lecture and Seminar series on the theme of Male Identity on the Gender and Representation
Module a theory option offered in the School of Art at Anglia Polytechnic University.

2001 0.5 Fractional appointment at University of Westminster Level Two: tutor Painting and Drawing

2000 Individual Fine Art Research Programme of four exhibitions (1996-2000) submitted as part of University of Westminster’s Unit 64 RAE Submission. Department Awarded a 4

1998 0.75 Senior Lecturer BA (Hons.) Mixed Media Art.

1997 Established Fine Art Research Group- I was appointed Coordinator of the Fine Art Research Group (FARG) under Professor Malcolm Le Grice. Chaired meetings to coordinate Fine Art strategy for the Unit 64 submission. Was responsible as Coordinator of FARG for creating the first Research Assistant (0.5) in Visual Art in the University, in the area of Website Specific Design (1998) and for the appointment of two further Research Assistants in Sculpture and in Issue-based Art (1999). Trained as Ph.D supervisor and supervised Ph.D student

1996-2000 Co-curated and showed paintings and drawings in four exhibitions the Male Identity Group at the Watermans, James Hockey Gallery, La Casa Elizalde (Barcelona) and The Metropolitan Gallery (Cape Town)

1994 Paper on ‘Self-directed Learning in the Visual Arts’ delivered to Worldwide Experiential
Learning Conference, held in Washington USA. Appointed External Examiner Kent Institute of A&D.

1993 Co-founder of Male Identity Group (MIG) with Roy Trollope, Head of Fine Art, Central St. Martin’s- Group of London-based artists

1992-98 Team leader and author of new BA (Hons) Mixed Media Art Validation Document, praised
as the best prepared and presented document in University of Westminster validation process. First Course Team Leader BA (Hons.) Mixed Media Arts 1994-1998

Teaching and research Experience (cont.)
1990-98 Principal Lecturer, Enterprise Director for the School of Design and Media,Polytechnic of Central London. Established Educational Methods Group (EMG) as organiser of staff development. EMG was seen as exemplary by HMIs and CNAA. Asked to speak on self-assesssment at CNAA Conference held in Manchester Polytechnic University.

1980-89 Senior Lecturer in Contextual Studies (Art and Design history ) Harrow School of Art

External Examiner on following courses:
Part-time BA Hons in Fine Art, Kent Institute of Art and Design
Diploma in FE in Fine and Applied Art, HM Prison Wormwood Scrubbs
Diploma in FE in Fine and Applied Art, Wandsworth Adult College