Cornish born artist Grenville Davey now lives and works in Essex and London. Grenville won the Turner Prize in 1992 with Hal and has continued to exhibit and undertake commissions for public realm projects and private collection since then. His work is in the collection in Tate’s national galleries, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Arts Council England, Museum Modern Art Dublin and Panza collection Italy.
2013 Commission, Linear Park, Cambridge with Robert Meyer, landscape architects.
2008-11 Commission, Olympic Park. London.
2008 Installation, P’s& Q’s, The House, Roche Court, Salisbury.
2008 Commission, County Hall Essex, Jiangsu Festival. Essex County Council
2014 Interalia, Chelsea Space, London.
2013 View Tube, London.
2012 Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge.
2008 Mori Art Museum, Tokyo. Turner prize, a retrospective.
2008 No.1 Canada Square, London. Little Emperor.
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