Sean Scully Irish-American, b. 1945
Sean Scully studied art at the Central School of Art and Croydon College of Art in London before receiving his BA from Newcastle University in 1972. Additionally, he was awarded the Frank Knox Fellowship at Harvard University (1972-1973). Scully is considered one of the most important painters of his generation. His style has developed over five decades illustrating the development of contemporary abstraction that fuses together both European painting and an aspect of American abstraction. He spends his time between New York City, Munich and Barcelona. He held his first major exhibition at Rowan Gallery in 1973. Today, Scully's works are in various collections which include the Tate Gallery in London, the Reina Sofia National Museum in Madrid, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and The Museum of Modern Art in New York, among others. He has also received several awards and fellowships, including the GAC Honorary Award (2016), Harkness Fellowship (1975) and Peter Stuyvesant Foundation Prize (1970).
Sean Scully21 May - 30 Jul 2022 Hong KongBen Brown Fine Arts is thrilled to announce our first solo exhibition of celebrated abstract artist Sean Scully at the Hong Kong gallery. The exhibition will feature seven new paintings from the artist's studio. This exhibition follows Scully's lauded retrospective at the Hong Kong Arts Centre in 2018, which was co-organized by Ben Brown Fine Arts.
Sean Scully: Standing on the Edge of the World28 Mar - 29 Apr 2018 Hong KongIt is with great pleasure that the Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) hosts the exhibition ‘Sean Scully: Standing on the Edge of the World’. We are delighted to work on this engaging project with Timothy Taylor, London and New York, Ben Brown Fine Arts, London and Hong Kong, and the curator of this exhibition Alfredo Cramerotti, Director of MOSTYN, the foremost public contemporary art centre in Wales.