Distinct Impressions

Holly Hendry (1990 - )

Debossed print on Fabriano Rosapina paper


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    Country: UK
    City: London
    Place: Government Art Collection
  • About the artist
    Holly Hendry studied Fine Art at Slade School of Art (2009-2013) and graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2016 since when she has exhibited her work frequently, including solo shows: 'Indifferent Deep' at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, (2019-20); 'The Dump is Full of Images' at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2019); and 'Deep Soil Thrombosis' at Lyon Biennale (2019-20). Recent group exhibitions that she has exhibited in include 'Beano: The Art of Breaking Rules' at Somerset House, London (2021); and 'Breaking The Mould, Sculpture by Women since 1945' (group show), An Arts Council Collection Touring Exhibition at Longside Gallery Wakefield (2020, touring to Walsall, Nottingham and Hull). Hendry has produced numerous public art commissions including 'Invertebrate', Waterfront’s Commission, England’s Creative Coast in partnership with De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea (2021); and 'Cenotaph' for the Liverpool Biennial, 2018. In 2014, Hendry was selected as the inaugural artist for the co-curated project, 'Art Block' at Selfridges’ London flagship store. The resulting installation, 'Phyllis', at nearly four-metres tall, featured rubble spoil from the construction of the new Duke Street Accessories Hall, referencing issues of waste and recycling. The work took its name from one of the digging machines which had to be abandoned underground after excavating tunnels for the London Crossrail dig.
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    Distinct Impressions
    Series Title
    Limited Editions
    Number 30 in an edition of 100
    Debossed print on Fabriano Rosapina paper
    height: 42 cm, width: 29.7 cm
    Purchased from Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, December 2018
    Signed by the artist
    Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, UK; from whom purchased by UK Government Art Collection, 2018
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