Tom Gallant - Folk Tales

Cut paper, courtesy the artist

Tom Gallant - Modular

Cut paper, wood, paint, wire mesh, archival board, courtesy the Artist

Tom Gallant - Old Game Birds

Cut paper, glass, wood, paint, courtesy the Artist

Tom Gallant

Tom Gallant uses paper-cutting techniques in his works, which simultaneously conceal and reveal the magazine image source materials. Utilising the ancient far-Eastern techniques of Kirigami and Origami, Tom Gallant works with collage to explore the reduction and reassembly of images, creating elegant formations which reference both art and social histories.

Tom Gallant's work has been exhibited extensively worldwide. Recent solo exhibitions include Two Arcs That Curve in Opposite Senses, at DCKT Contemporary, New York in 2009 and at Four All Saints, London in 2011. Tom Gallant's work has appeared in group exhibitions in London, Berlin, Milan and New York, amongst other places. Tom's work is included in many major international collections. He is based in London.

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