About the Artist:
Adam Dant (born 1967, Cambridge) studied Graphic Design at Liverpool School of Art, Liverpool, (1985-1989); MSU, University Faculty of Fine Arts, Baroda, India (1988) and Fine Art Printmaking, Royal College of Art (1989-1991). He lives and works in London.
Adam Dant is known for his large-scale, ‘Hogarthian’ ink drawings. His narrative works are satirical, taking issue with politics, ideology, and British culture in general. Dant often works within the realm of cartography.
Adam Dant, The Museum of the Thames Estuary, Essex, UK (2016); The Budge Row Bibliotheque, Bloomberg Space, London (2015); Shoreditch: A Diary of a Neighbourhood, 11 Spitalfields, London (2013); From the Library of Dr London, Hales Gallery, London (2012); Unusual Cartography of East London, Town House Antiques, London (2011); Dant on Drink, Hales Gallery London (2011); Bibliotheques and Brothels, Adam Baumgold Gallery, New York (2010).
The Government Stable, House of Commons for Parliamentary Art Collection, London (2015).