Carl Randall (b. 1975, UK) is a graduate of The Slade of Fine Art (BA, Painting), The Princes Drawing School (Drawing Year), and Tokyo University of Fine Arts (MA & Doctorate, Fine Art). He has won several prizes, including 1st prize in the 1998 Singer & Friedlander/Sunday Times Watercolour Competition; 2nd prize twice in The William Coldstream Painting Competition at The Slade (1996/97); and the 2011 Nomura Art Prize, Tokyo, Japan (awarded by Tokyo University of Fine Arts); and The 2012 BP Travel Award (awarded by The National Portrait Gallery, London). Scholarships include The Daiwa Anglo Japanese Foundation and MEXT Scholarships to study in Japan.
He has exhibited and sold with various galleries internationally - The Royal Academy of Arts, The Jerwood Gallery, The Mall Galleries, The National Portrait Gallery, London; Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Arts, Tokyo Art Award; Art Taipei, Taiwan. Artist in Residencies include 'Hiroshima Art Document', Hiroshima City (to meet and paint portraits of survivors of the atomic bomb); and 'ING Fresh Eyes on Formula 1', Fuji Speedway (to document the Formula 1 races in Japan). His most recent solo exhibition was 'Tokyo Portraits' at The Daiwa Anglo Japanese Foundation, London. He has work in the permanent collections of University College London Museum, The Singer & Freidlander Bank, London, and Tokyo University of Arts Museum, Japan.
BERLONI is please to announce that Autumn 2014 will see the first solo commercial exhibition of the work of Carl Randall since his recent return from Japan and subsequently National Portriat Gallery, London.
More details to follow.