Duggie Fields

Born 1945, Tidworth; Lives and works in London.

Education

1968 Chelsea School of Art

Solo Exhibitions

2018 The Modern Institute, 14—20 Osborne Street, Glasgow
2012 ‘Duggie Fields – Welcome to my World’, The Gallery Liverpool, Liverpool

Group Exhibitions

2020 ‘Kapow! The Art of Superheroes and Villains’, Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-trent
  ‘On the Politics of Delicacy’, Capitain Petzel, Berlin
  ‘THEM’, The Redfern Gallery, London
2019 ‘Eclectically British’, A&D Gallery, London
  ‘Allen Jones, H.C. Westermann, Jeff Keen, Duggie Fields’, Marlborough Contemporary London, London
2017 ‘Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains’, V&A Musuem, London
  ‘THE GAP BETWEEN THE FRIDGE AND THE COOKER’, The Modern Institute, 3 Aird's Lane, Glasgow
2016 ‘Digital Dot Room’, Dot London, London
2015 ‘Pop Masters’, A&D Gallery, London

Group Screenings

2016 ‘Flare Film Festival’, British Film Institute, London

Bibliography

Press

2020 Petridis, Alexis: ‘They weren‘t just ponces!’ How Them glammed up boring Britain, The Guardian, 04/02/2020
2019 Morrisroe, Clare: Home: Artist Duggie Fields doesn‘t just live for his art – he lives in it, Metro, 04/11/2019
2018 Mansfield, Susan: ‘Scenic route to the top’, The Scotsman Magazine, 05/05/2018
2017 Rubin, Robert Henry: ‘Duggie Fields’, All In, 02/10/2017
0000 ‘A maverick who loves to upset the status quo’, Telegraph,
  ‘Duggie Fields’, The Laboratory Arts Collective, Image Issue
  ‘Duggie Fields’, Striped,
  ‘Duggie Fields’, The Goldie Magazine,
  ‘Duggie Fields Artist in Residence’, Millionair Magazine,
  William, John: ‘Earls Court Elegance’, Beauty Papers,
  ‘Forever’, Cold Lips,
  Benson, Louise: ‘Layers of Time: Duggie Fields’, Elephant Magazine, Issue 44
  Daho, Etienne: ‘Pop Saturée’, Vanity Fair,