This linen-bound publication fully illustrates David Austen’s 2006 folio of twenty-five etchings, GREEN ELECTRIC MORNING, published by Ingleby Gallery.
Born 1960 Harlow, David Austen lives and works in London. Graduated from the Royal College of Art (1985).
Austen's work explores love and yearning, loss and grief, memory and dream, and the unreliability of these things. He makes his work with exactitude and attention; it's what the world deserves.
His work is held in public and private collections including Tate, British Council, Arts Council England and the UK Government Art Collection.
Selected solo exhibitions include The Last Great Trapeze Artist, TOTAH, New York (2021); Underworld, DCA, Dundee (2019); The Drowned, Matt's Gallery, London (2018); The stars above the ocean... the ocean beneath the stars, TOTAH, New York (2018); Black Heart, Museo d'Arte Contemporanea di Cogliandrino, Basilicata (2015); Papillon, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London (2011); End of Love, Modern Art Oxford (2010); End of Love, Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston University, Kingston-upon-Thames (2009); and My love, I have been digging up my own bones in the garden again, Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh (2009). Selected group exhibitions include Everything Else is Everything Else, an exhibition of Jack Kirkland’s collection curated by Abraham Cruzvillegas, MK Gallery, Milton Keynes (2021); The Shadow, TOTAH, New York (2020); The Aerodrome. An exhibition dedicated to the memory of Michael Stanley, curated by Jonathan Watkins, George Shaw and David Austen, IKON Gallery, Birmingham (2019); NEUE HORIZONTE 2030, GEIST, Berlin (2019); These Rotten Words, Chapter, Cardiff (2017); Cosmic Connections, TOTAH, New York (2016); The Nakeds, Drawing Room, London (2014); Slow Learner, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London (2014); Just what is it that makes today’s homes so different, so appealing?, New Art Centre, Salisbury (2013); Language Games. An Introduction to The Art of Our Times, Fundación Helga de Alvear, Cáceres (2013); With An Apple I Will Astonish, Large Glass, London (2012); Artists for Kettle’s Yard, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge (2011); and Watercolour, Tate Britain, London (2011).