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Henry Coleman

Henry Coleman is a artist and curator working in London. Coleman’s art works around the spaces of designed
experience, bumping up against architecture, typography, signage and the decorative; re-framing and making
obvious the established edges of the aesthetic conditions that shape and reflect the societies, spaces and
images that we move through.
In 2016-17 Coleman co-curated Bloomberg SPACE’s Physical Information programme with Rupert Norfolk, a
series of five exhibitions that explored how physical objects could generate alternative experiences in an
increasingly abstract world, activate public imagination and orient social space. In 2020-21 he was a curator of
public projects for the Brent Biennial ‘On the side of the future’ which included major installations by Rasheed
Araeen and Imran Qureshi amongst others.
Coleman’s artwork and projects have been published in Dezeen, Creative Review, World of interiors, BD Online
and the Architects Journal and he is the recipient of Arts Collecting Society Prize, Royal Academy Schools
Sculpture prize and an awarded shortlist for the Arts Foundation Fellowship, “Art in the Urban Space”.

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