About the Artist
Terry Duffy is an international artist with a reputation for unique and challenging work. He has exhibited in London, Paris, Berlin, Cape Town, Dresden, Philadelphia, New York. Included in the important John Moores Painting Prize; in 2008 his MONUMENTS installation of abstracts was included within Liverpool Biennial, sponsored by Barclays Bank. In the same year, exhibited at the Walker Art Gallery. In 2009 was included in the internationally prestigious Venice Biennale, sponsored by Sotheby's. Following this it was used to launch the Bloomsbury Arts Festival London and opened by the Her Highness the Duchess of Bedford.
Other important works such as 'Victim, no resurrection' has been exhibited around the world. Other recent works include a vestment commission for the 'Windrush' commemorations at Westminster Abbey.
Earlier in his career he worked with Joseph Beuys, John Cage and has received major awards and international media coverage including in depth coverage on BBC World News. In 1992 he was the British Council Fellow in Fine Art in Budapest.
Duffy has developed a unique painting method on a hot pressed china clay board providing a sheer surface on which to work.