David Batchelor creates sculptural installations, photographs and paintings primarily concerned with colour and urbanism.
Richard Billingham is a British photographer and video artist living and working in South Wales and concerned largely with human relationships and the landscape.
Rut Blees Luxemburg is a German photographer, based in London. She investigates the urban, metropolitan landscape and its effect on the human condition.
Bettina Buck works with assemblage, collage and reconfigurations of existing, mundane, often found materials.
Michelle Charles moved back to London in 2001, having lived and worked in the United States for the previous two decades. Since her return, she has established a London studio and had significant solo exhibitions including Kettles Yard and the Museum of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Maria Chevska is an artist, living and working in London. She was Professor of Fine Art at the Ruskin School, University of Oxford from 1991 - 2016.
Exhibiting work nationally and internationally since 1991, Adam Chodzko is an artist whose multidisciplinary practice explores the interactions and possibilities of human behaviour.
Born in 1921 in France, Peter de Francia studied at the Brussels Academy and the Slade, and for a brief but formative period lived in post-war Italy.
Angela de la Cruz disrupts the gallery with unruly works that sit between painting and sculpture.
Cathy de Monchaux was shortlisted for the Turner prize in 1998, for her solo show at Whitechapel Gallery.
Jeffrey Dennis is a painter, born in Colchester, who has lived and worked in London since graduating from the Slade School of Fine Art in 1980. His work has been exhibited internationally since the mid-1980s.
Rose English has been writing, directing and performing her own work for over 35 years.
Maggie Evans (1932 – 2015) came from Wigan art school to the Slade School of Art in 1954. There she was championed by William Coldstream who greatly valued her unique talent.
Susanna Heron (b.1949, Welwyn Garden City) grew up in Cornwall and studied at Central School of Art and Design, London. She currently lives and works in East London.
John Hilliard, born in Lancaster, 1945, studied in the sculpture department at St Martin’s School of Art, London, 1964-7.
Alexis Hunter was born in 1948 in New Zealand. She obtained an honours degree in painting and History of Art and Architecture at the Elam School of Fine Art in 1969.
Jeff Keen, 1923–2012, was a pioneer of experimental film who redefined multimedia art in Britain.
John Latham was born in Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia (now Maramba, Zambia) in 1921. After serving in the Royal Navy, he enrolled at Regent Street Polytechnic and then studied painting at Chelsea College of Art and Design (1947–51).
Best known for her work with language and light, Liliane Lijn has exhibited internationally since the 1960s.