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Eleanor Moreton
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Eleanor Moreton

Date of birth 05.Apr.56
Country of residence United Kingdom

There are a number of themes which run through Eleanor Moreton’s work. These themes reflect her interest in psychoanalysis and gender, in history and literature. What links them is a commitment to the imaginary, the fictional and a preoccupation with the way the images of the imagination become paintings.

She is the 2007 - 8 Durham Cathedral Artist in Residence and studied at Chelsea College of Art and UCE Birmingham.

2007 East International - selected by Marc Chaimowicz and Matthew Higgs
2007 Pranvere, National Gallery of Albania, Tirane, curated by Charles Danby
2007 The Surgery - Painted Ladies, 3 person with Rose Wylie and Emma Talbot
2007 CAP - Intimacy
2006 Bearspace - Phantom (2 person)
2006 Fosterart - Winter Show
2005 Bearspace - 1 person show
2005 Transition Gallery - Acid Drops and Sugar Candy
2005 Surgery Invited at The Old Auction House - Installation
2003 The Century Gallery - Miscellaneous Debris
2000 The Woodlands Gallery - Gravity
2000 Bankside Gallery - Watercolour 2000
2000 Mall Galleries - Discerning Eye
1996 Morley Gallery - 5 People 5 Views
1994 Ikon Gallery - Shades of Grey (touring)
1991 Angel Row Gallery - Images of Propaganda (1 person)
1986 Michael West Gallery - (1 person), Winchester Gallery - The Round (1 person)
1984 South Hill Park - (1 person)
1983 John Hansard - 5 Painters, curated by Barry Barker

TimeOut, No. 1868, Martin Coomer, 2006, Phantom
The Guardian, Waldemar Januscek, 1983, 5 painters
Art Monthly, Margaret Garlake, June 1983, 5 Painters
Arts Review, November 1984, Jane Norrie, South Hill Park
Arts Review, October 1986, John Gillett, The Round
The Guardian, June 1 1991, Robert Clarke, Images of Propaganda

1993 The Death of Painting
(Postgraduate Diploma paper)

1994 From Orpheus to Abraham
(Paper on the early work of Barnett Newman given at the Association of Art Historians Annual Conference)

1996 Abraham and the Shaping of Absence
The importance of Kierkegaard’s Fear and Trembling in the early work of Barnett Newman.
(MA dissertation)