Jane Bustin

Jane Bustin (b. 1964, UK) lives and works in London. She studied at Hertfordshire College of Art, Portsmouth Polytechnic, and Labotatorio per Affresco, Prato, Italy. In 2006, Bustin received an award from British Art Council. Selected exhibitions include: Drawing Biennial, Drawing Room, London (2015/13/11); Anatole Notes (part1), Testbed 1, London (2012); Calligrams: Jane Bustin, Kevin Finklea, Matt Magee, Estelle Thompson, emma hill fine art gallery (2010); Unseen – A Collaboration with Tracy Chevalier and John Hull, The British Library, London (2009); Paintings 1998-2008, Artprojx Space, London (2008); and Time Share, with Alexis Harding, Eagle Gallery, London (2005). Fellow collaborators have included writers Tracy Chevalier, Helene Cixous and Andrew Renton, composers Deidre Gribben and John Woolrich,  scientist Dr. Richard Brown, and theologian John Hull. Bustin’s work in part of important collections including: British Land; Pearsons PLC; United Overseas Ltd; DLA Solicitors, London; Chelsea College of Art & Design, London; KIAD, Canterbury; The National Art Library; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Goldman Sachs, London; and Yale Centre for British Art, CT, USA. Jane Bustin is represented by Copperfield, London.

Last updated: 15.02.2017


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