Natasha Kerr

Perry Potts Exhibitions Jan 2011 London Art Fair represented by GBS Fine Art

July – Sept 2010 The Dartboard For Witches Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Wales

March – July 2010 Quilts at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Kerrs piece was the lead image for the show

March – May 2010, The Honey Bee and The Hive Curated by Wendy Ramshaw for Contemporary Applied Arts, London

March – April 2008 Myths and Legends Contemporary applied Arts, London

Jan 2008 Collect , Victoria and Albert Museum , London

Dec 2003, Xmas Show, Fine Art Society

Feb – April 2001, Mixed Exhibition, BBC Broadcasting House, London

Jan 2000, Only Human, Crafts Council, London

August 1999 – July 2000, Post Impressions, British Library, London

Feb 1999- Solo Exhibition , Friends Room, V+A, London

Nov 1998- Sept 1999, “ THERE ARE THINGS YOU DON’T NEED TO KNOW’ Solo Installation in an uninhabited london townhouse.

June 1997 – May 1998 Imaginary Places, Ikon Touring, Birmingham

Feb – March 1997, Solo Exhibition, BBC Manchester.

Selected Public Commissions 2010 Hodder and Staughton, Commissioned to design the book Jacket for Giles Milton’s new book, ‘The Boy Who Went To War’

2008, St Thomas Hospital, A Historical portrait of the Hospital notable moments and people. It hangs in a main corridor that links the old and new building.

2006 St Thomas Hospital. 5 large scale artworks commissioned to be placed on Helen Ward. Themes included, plants that heal, chatting, and old fashioned children’s games. Research was undertaken both with staff and patients and at the London Metropolitan Archives.

2002/3 Commissions East Commissioned Kerr to create 3 artworks that celebrated the history of the athletics field and the surrounding area in Melbourne, Chelmsford, Essex. Kerr worked with the local inhabitants to discover the history of the undocumented area and the work hangs in Melbourne Park Athletics Centre

1999 Random House commissioned Kerr to redesign the covers of Paul Scotts Raj Quartet.

1998 Royal Mail commissioned Kerr to create on of the Millennium postage stamps on the theme of the Suffrage Movement. Other artists commissioned included Peter Blake, Hockney, Don Mccullen.

1997 Gefinor Bank , New York Two large works celebrating the history of the bank and its architecture.

Collections where my work is held include: Royal Mail; Victoria and Albert Museum; Djanogly Centre, Nottingham University; St Thomas’ Hospital, Merseyside Museums

Recognisable names who either own or have commissioned work are: Dawn French, Ronnie Corbett, Gary Kemp, Martin Clunes, The Gestetner Family, Mark Grainer, Michael Hoppen, Lilly Allen, Stoke Park Club

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