Sir Michael Craig-Martin (born 28 August 1941) is an Irish-born contemporary conceptual artist and painter.
He is noted for fostering the Young British Artists, many of whom he taught, and for his conceptual artwork, An Oak Tree. He is Emeritus Professor of Fine Art at Goldsmiths. His memoir and advice for the aspiring artist, On Being An Artist, was published by London-based publisher Art / Books in April 2015.
Michael Craig-Martin An Oak Tree
Artist as subject
Film and audio
Panel discussion: Artists on Audio Arts, chaired by William Furlong
Liam Gillick, Michael Craig-Martin, Angela Bulloch
London 2012 commissioned twelve of the UK’s leading artists to create images to celebrate The Olympic Games and The ...
The man who helped foster the development of the ‘Young British Artists'
The same ideas drive the artist today as when he first started out
Michael Craig-Martin is a conceptual artist particularly noted for his influence on the generation of YBA artists who emerged in ...
Session 1: Film: Coinciding with Tate Modern's major exhibition, Warhol, this event explored the impact of one of the ...
In his regular column, John-Paul Stonard argues that art makes artists, rather than the other way around
The term process art refers to where the process of its making art is not hidden but remains a prominent ...
The label Young British Artists (YBAs) is applied to a loose group of British artists who began to exhibit together ...