Paul McDevitt in his project space, Farbvision, standing next to a work by Tamina Amadyar. Photo: Tamás Kende.
Paul McDevitt is a British artist living in Berlin. Paul graduated with an MA from Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, in 2000. He has exhibited extensively since then, published several books, and co-curated a series of projects with Declan Clarke.
McDevitt’s studio practice is centered around drawing, painting, and print. He recently opened his own project space, Farbvision, which operates as part of his studio. He also runs the Infinite Greyscale label with artist Cornelius Quabeck. Paul is represented by Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, and Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen.
The records discussed in the interview can be seen and bought from the Farbvision shop, otherwise the label website gives PayPal details.
The books discussed in the interview are , Sebastian Barry The Secret Scripture, Sebastian Barry Days Without End, and Luc Tuymans James Ensor (exhibition catalogue).
Ja Ja 183.5x149cm (72×59”) charcoal, pastel, acrylic on paper
Voll Rath 2016 224x149cm (88×59″) charcoal, pastel on paper
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