Ralph Overill

Ralph is a 30-year-old artist and writer based in Essex and London. His current practice and research combines printmaking, moving image and reflective writing. He attempts to create and interrogate transformations, mergers and in-between states of the image evoking remembered films, passed places and the instability of memory. Ralph exhibits regularly in London and the South East while studying part-time for a Professional Doctorate in Fine Art at the University of East London and working part-time as a printmaking technician at Havering College of Further and Higher Education.  

Currently:

Part-time study: Professional Doctorate in Fine Art, University of East London

Part-time employment: Printmaking technician, Havering College FEHE

 

Awards:

Sep/Oct 2017: Prix de Print (No.25), Art in Print Journal, Vol.7, No.3, pp.42-43

Sep 2012: Curwen Studio Prize, Bite, Mall Galleries, London

Nov 2011: Clifford Chance Purchase Prize, Postgraduate Printmaking in London, Clifford Chance Tower, London

 

Solo Exhibitions:

Jan 2017: Journeys through the in-between, Brentwood Road Gallery, Romford, Essex

Oct 2016: Passing through, Raum Gallery, Camberwell College of Arts, London

 

Selected Group Exhibitions:

Sep 2017: LOOP, Bankside Gallery, London

Jun-Aug 2017: Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

Mar 2017: Other way round, Triangle Space, Chelsea College of Arts, London

Apr-May 2017: UAL Xhibit, Art Bermondsey Project Space, London

Jun-Aug 2015: Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

Mar-May 2015: Smiths Row Open, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk

Jun-Aug 2013: Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London

Feb 2013: Curwen Contemporary, Curwen Gallery, London

 

Qualifications:

2011: MA Printmaking (merit), Camberwell College of Arts, London

2009: BA Fine Art (2:1), London Metropolitan University

2006: Foundation Diploma Art and Design (distinction), South East Essex College

 

Avocations:

3rd Dan black belt Traditional Shotokan Karate

What don't we know about you?
I play in goal for a football team every Sunday 

I've been a goalkeeper since I went to primary school

Favourite Book?
The Drowned World - J. G. Ballard

Favourite Artist?
Robert Rauschenberg

Favourite Quotes?
"To be an artist is to believe in life" - Henry Moore

What couldn't you live without?
....Hopefully I won't find out jus yet

How do you keep the balance in life?

Every week I train and teach karate, I play football, I go skateboarding, I make a print, I watch a film,

I read or study something that interests me and I write in reflection.  It is in these weird and wonderful

combinations that I find balance

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