Tom Hammick
Tom Hammick, The Cloudy Mountain Suite, 2015

Tom Hammick

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TOM HAMMICK (b 1963)

British artist Tom Hammick has described landscape in his work as a metaphor to explore an “imaginary and mythological dreamscape.” Drawing from a wide range of sources, from Japanese woodblock prints to Northern European Romantic painting and contemporary cinema, Hammick’s depictions of isolated human dwellings grounded in uncanny dream-like settings summon the uneasy atmosphere of a psychologically-charged thriller, or a dystopian suburban nightmare. 

Hammick was the recipient of the V&A Prize at the International Print Biennale, Newcastle, UK in 2016.. His work is in many major public and corporate collections including the British Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Deutsche Bank, the Yale Center for British Art, and The Library of Congress, Washington DC.

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