Since the second year of studying at the Slade School of Fine Art, 1998, Caulfield has exhibited works in his native London and internationally: France, USA, Japan, Italy, Morocco, Switzerland, South Korea and Norway. Prizes include the Abbey Fellowship Rome, Cocheme Fellowship, AIR residency, Arts Foundation Fellowship shortlist, Natwest Art Prize, Mostyn Open, Royal Academy and the John Moores. Collections include those of Anita Zabludowicz, Paul Smith, Alan Cristea, Vanessa Branson, Yale Center for British Art (from 2035), Nelson Woo, Prue O´Day, Catherine Loewe, Christian Shin, Carolina Botín and Glazo Smith Kline. Publications include Breaking Down the Barriers (Richard Cork), New Gothic Art (Francesca Gavin), Artistic Reconfiguration of Rome (Kaspar Thormod), The Times, The Telegraph, The Independent, The Guardian, Sunday Times, Sunday Telegraph, Independent on Sunday, Financial Times, Vogue, Art Review, The Art Newspaper, Dazed and Confused, Tatler, Pop magazine, Contemporary magazine, El Mundo and Le Journal des Artes. Caulfield has also written for the Musee Picasso Paris on Guernica and been quoted in Guernica: An Icon by Gijs van Hensbergen.

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Since the second year of studying at the Slade School of Fine Art, 1998, Caulfield has exhibited works in his native London and internationally: France, USA, Japan, Italy, Morocco, Switzerland, South Korea and Norway. Prizes include the Abbey Fellowship Rome, Cocheme Fellowship, AIR residency, Arts Foundation Fellowship shortlist, Natwest Art Prize, Mostyn Open, Royal Academy and the John Moores.

 

Collections include those of Anita Zabludowicz, Paul Smith, Alan Cristea, Vanessa Branson, Yale Center for British Art (from 2035), Nelson Woo, Prue O´Day, Catherine Loewe, Christian Shin, Carolina Botín and Glazo Smith Kline.

 

Publications include Breaking Down the Barriers (Richard Cork), New Gothic Art (Francesca Gavin), Artistic Reconfiguration of Rome (Kaspar Thormod), The Times, The Telegraph, The Independent, The Guardian, Sunday Times, Sunday Telegraph, Independent on Sunday, Financial Times, Vogue, Art Review, The Art Newspaper, Dazed and Confused, Tatler, Pop magazine, Contemporary magazine, El Mundo and Le Journal des Artes. Caulfield has also written for the Musee Picasso Paris on Guernica and been quoted in Guernica: An Icon by Gijs van Hensbergen.

Luke Caulfield