Kelly Chorpening lives and works in London. She is currently the Course Leader for B.A. (Hons) Drawing at Camberwell College of Arts, UAL and her teaching of drawing has extended to students of archaeology (The New School and New York University), engineering (Kings College London) and architecture (The AA Schools). She studied at Hunter College of Art, City University of New York, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, Ohio and Emily Carr College of Art, Vancouver, British Columbia. She has made conference presentations for the ICA and The National Gallery, London; RMIT, Melbourne; the American University Dubai and Carnegie Mellon University, USA. Her group and solo projects include exhibitions at Dilston Grove, London (2015); Fabbrica Europa, Italy (2012), and Voorkamer, Belgium (2011) alongside projects developed as books, published by Studio International, USA(2014); Loughborough University/Marmalade Press (2014); Bright Publications, London(2012); RGAP and Sint-Lucas Visual Arts, Ghent (2012), and OPAK, FAK, KULeuven, Belgium (2012).
Last updated: 25.03.2015