Deanna Petherbridge CBE

born 1939

Deanna Petherbridge CBE, ‘The Destruction of the City of Homs’ 2016
The Destruction of the City of Homs 2016
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Biography

Deanna Petherbridge (born 1939) is an artist, writer and curator. Petherbridge's practice is drawing-based (predominantly pen and ink drawings on paper), although she has also produced large-scale murals and designed for the theatre. Her publications in the area of art and architecture are concerned with contemporary as well as historical matters, and in latter years she has concentrated on writing about drawing. The Primacy of Drawing: Histories and Theories of Practice was published June 2010 and curated exhibitions include The Quick and the Dead: Artists and Anatomy, 1997, Witches and Wicked Bodies, 2013. She celebrated a retrospective exhibition of her drawings at Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester (2 December 2016 – 4 June 2017) accompanied by the monograph Deanna Petherbridge: Drawing and Dialogue, Circa Press, 2016.

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