Claudette Johnson (b.1959, Manchester) lives and works in London. Studied Foundation course in Art and Design, Manchester Polytechnic (1978-1979); BA Hons Fine Art, University of Wolverhampton (1979-1982); and Post Graduate Certificate in Education (F.E), University of Greenwich (1992-1994). Select solo exhibitions include Claudette Johnson, Hollybush Gardens, London (2017); Studio Show, Deborah House Studios, London (1999); Portraits from a Small Room, and residency, 98 Gallery, London (1995); In This Skin, The Black Art Gallery, London (1992); Pushing Against The Boundaries, and residency, Rochdale Art Gallery (1990); Claudette Johnson, The Tom Allen Centre, London (1990); Claudette Johnson - Recent Works, and residency,The City Art Gallery, Manchester (1986); and Claudette Johnson - Drawings, The Drill Hall, London (1984). Select group exhibitions include The Place Is Here, South London Gallery, London and Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham (2017); Carte de Visite, Hollybush Gardens, London (2015); The Thin Black Line(s), Tate Britain, London (2012); Black Art Group, Gaves Gallery Museum, Sheffield (2011); and Transforming The Crown, Caribbean Cultural Center, NYC; Bronx Museum of the Arts, NYC; Studio Museum, Harlem, NYC (1998). Her work is held in public and private collections including British Council Arts Collection; Arts Council Collection; City Art Gallery Manchester; Graves Gallery Museum Sheffield; and Wolverhampton City Art Gallery.
Last updated: 15.11.2018