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Terry Haggerty

Terry Haggerty was born in London, England and studied at the Cheltenham School of Art, Gloucestershire. His work has been exhibited widely in galleries and museums around the world, including solo presentations at the Norton Museum of Art, West palm Beach, FL; Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; and Hammer Museum, Los Angeles.

He is the recipient of several awards including the FOR-SITE Foundation Award (2009), John Anson Kittredge Award (2003), and the NatWest Art Prize (1999). Commissions include wall drawings for AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Munich Re in London, and private collections around the world.

Terry Haggerty Two Minds, 2009 Acrylic on wall The Art Collection Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX Photo: Richie Humphreys/Dallas Cowboys © Terry Haggery, courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York.
Terry Haggerty Step by step, 2016 Acrylic on wood panel 72 x 58.625 inches (183 x 149 cm) © Terry Haggery, courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York.
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  1. […] Terry Haggerty joined us from Italy where he has been for the last year and a half in a live/work situation at the home of a collector friend. For his work, which is very processed based, Haggerty had to move quite a bit of equipment from Berlin, where he had been previously. Haggerty’s work has shifted since moving to Italy due to a conscious effort to allow his surroundings to influence his art. His most recent show, Into the Wind, reflected the elements of the coastal setting in which he now lives while staying with his established linear style. To hear more about Haggerty’s work and how living in Italy has changed things, listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Terry Haggerty joined us from Italy where he has been for the last year and a half in a live/work situation at the home of a collector friend. For his work, which is very processed based, Haggerty had to move quite a bit of equipment from Berlin, where he had been previously. Haggerty’s work has shifted since moving to Italy due to a conscious effort to allow his surroundings to influence his art. His most recent show, Into the Wind, reflected the elements of the coastal setting in which he now lives while staying with his established linear style. To hear more about Haggerty’s work and how living in Italy has changed things, listen to the complete interview. […]

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