Alan Hathaway’s practice encompasses installation, drawing, print and text.  

He is concerned with the way in which artists who work predominately with form might position their work as resistant to pressure from social, political and cultural hierarchies.

His work is held in numerous private collections, as well as the British Museum’s permanent drawing and print archive. He has exhibited collaboratively at the Centre for Drawing Research, London and in 2017 curated a group painting show hosted by Barbican Arts Trust. He was shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing Prize in 2014 and was artist in residence at mima (Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art) during 2015-16 

His 2019 solo show at Platform A, No Dark Things, was the subject of a critical review published by Saturation Point Projects UK and he has shown work internationally In Kiev, Sydney and Melbourne. 

He currently lives and works in the North East of England.


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