Duggie Fields

Born 1945, Tidworth; Lives and works in London.

Education

1968 Chelsea School of Art

Current & Forthcoming

2020 ‘Kapow! The Art of Superheroes and Villains’, Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-trent

Solo Exhibitions

2018 The Modern Institute, 14—20 Osborne Street, Glasgow
2012 ‘Duggie Fields – Welcome to my World’, The Gallery Liverpool, Liverpool
2000 ‘Random Retrospective’, Virtual Gallery, DuggieFields.com
1991 Rempire Gallery, New York
1987 Albermarle Gallery, London
1983 Shiseido Exhibition, Tokyo
1982 Spacex Gallery, Exeter
  B2 Gallery, London
1980 Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
  The Midland Group, Nottingham
  New 57 Gallery, Edinburgh
  Roundhouse Gallery, London
1979 Kyle Gallery, London
1975 Kinsman-Morrison Gallery, London
1972 Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford
1971 Hamet Gallery, London

Group Exhibitions

2020 ‘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
2008 Dover Street Market, London
2004 ‘Zulurama 2’, ICA, London
2003 ‘Britart’, Selfridges, London
2002 ‘Rapture’, Barbican Centre, London
  ‘Digital Interface’, Leicester Square, London
  ‘Immaculate Conceptions’, A&D Gallery, London (with Andrew Logan)
2000 Up & Co, New York
  ‘Art 2000’, Jibby Beane, London
1999 ‘Nerve’, ICA, London
  ‘Art 1999’, Jibby Beane, London
  ‘Flesh’, Blains Fine Art, London
1998 ‘Exquisite Corpse’, Jibby Beane, London
1993 ‘Tranche d'Art Contemporain Anglais’, Tutesaal, Luxemburg
1990 ‘Universal Language’, Rempire Gallery, New York
1989 ‘Fashion and Surrealism’, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
1988 ‘Het Mannelijk Naakt - The Male Nude’, Gallery Bruns, Amsterdsm, St. Judes Gallery, London
1987 ‘Twenty Artists Twenty Techniques’, Albermarle Gallery, London
1986 ‘The Embellishment of the Statue of Liberty’, Cooper Hewitt Museum/Barney's New York
1985 ‘VisualAid’, Royal Academy of Arts, London
  ‘Image-Codes, Art about Fashion’, The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne
1984 ‘The Male Nude’, Homeworks Gallery, London
1983 ‘Taste’, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
1979 ‘The Figurative Show’, Nicola Jacobs Gallery, London
  ‘Masks’, The Ebury Gallery, London
  ‘Culture Shock’, The Midland Group, Nottingham
  ‘Art and Artifice’, B2 Gallery, London
1976 , New London, New York
  Hal Bromm Gallery, New York

Group Screenings

2016 ‘Flare Film Festival’, British Film Institute, London
2000 Venice Short Film Festival, Venice
  Portobello Film & Video Festival, London
1995 ‘The Big Riddle’, European Media Art Festival, Germany
1982 ‘POISED ON THE EDGE OF TASTE’, ICA, London
  ‘POISED ON THE EDGE OF TASTE’, London International Film Festival, London
  ‘POISED ON THE EDGE OF TASTE’, The London Film Co-Op, London

Bibliography

Press

2020 Petridis, Alexis: ‘They weren‘t just ponces!’ How Them glammed up boring Britain, The Guardian, 04/02/2020
  ‘A maverick who loves to upset the status quo’, Telegraph, 01/2020
2019 Morrisroe, Clare: Home: Artist Duggie Fields doesn‘t just live for his art – he lives in it, 04/11/2019
2018 Daho, Etienne: ‘Pop Saturée’, Vanity Fair, 12/2018
  Mansfield, Susan: ‘Scenic route to the top’, The Scotsman Magazine, 05/05/2018