BIOGRAPHY

Charlotte Mann (1977 - ) is a British artist known for 1:1 scale wall drawings. The works are generally site specific and the relationship between their figurative subject matter and sculptural presence form the conceptual engagement around which her practice revolves. Her work exists in public and private collections around the world including works in Hong Kong, Singapore, Milan, Basel, Dublin and London.

Charlotte studied Fashion Design at Central St. Martins and upon graduating worked as a fashion designer and stylist. Examples of her fashion design work, in collaboration with Russell Sage, have been exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York and are in the collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum Archive in London. Her drawing practice developed from her now well-known installations included in fashion shows shown in both New York and London Fashion weeks, starting in 2006. These installations have also been exhibited in other contexts, including the Design Museum, Copenhagen, Denmark and The Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

Charlotte is an associate lecturer at University of the Arts, London, where for eight years she developed and curated the Friday film programme at cinemas in Leicester Square, London. She is also a senior faculty member of the Royal Drawing School. She lives, works and was born in Peckham, London.

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