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Georgina McIntyre Malou

Joined Artfinder: Sept. 2023

Artworks for sale: 16

Sweden

About Georgina McIntyre Malou

 
 
  • Biography
    Bonjour, Nanga def, Hola, Hej!

    I’m Georgina - painter, children’s book illustrator, and nomad. I’ve lived in France, England, Senegal, and Spain, but these days you’ll find me in the Swedish forests of Orust, sitting on a picnic chair, painting my impressions of the surrounding woodlands.

    I studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, London, where I spent most of my time cutting up road signs, constructing spheres, painting flowers on buildings, and all together revelling in the urban landscape.

    After graduating in 2005, I soon moved on to children’s book illustration and have since then created images for picture books, school manuals, card games, apps and websites.

    My itchy feet have taken me to exotic places around the world and my drawings are influenced by travels around Europe, South America, Australasia, Asia, and Africa. I view my paintings as polite yet curious observations of the people and landscapes around me, with a penchant for forests and a palette inspired by vintage posters.
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    Event: Cardboard City

    Dates: June 24, 2010 - June 27, 2010

    Venue: Acquire Arts Gallery, Battersea, London

    The exhibition Cardboard City portrays London through a series of paintings, drawings and photographs.

    Event: Dak'art OFF

    Dates: May 9, 2008 - June 9, 2008

    Venue: Espace Art & Culture, Ouakam, Cité Asecna n° 263, Dakar

    Exhibition organised in parallel to the Biennale of contemporary African art, Dakar, Senegal, June 2008

    Rencontre d'artistes autour de Bachirou Mama

    Event: Banal Circus, London, UK, August -

    Dates: Aug. 11, 2007 - Sept. 8, 2007

    Venue: Novas Contemporary Urban Centre, London

    Part of Novas' summer programme, the exhibition features work of fifteen international emerging artists using theatricality as a device to deal with issues highlighting the spectacle within everyday life and the way in which it subverts and distorts our perception of reality. In this way, the works presented blur the boundaries between personal identity and superficiality.

    Event: Platform for art - Thin Cities, 100 years of the Piccadilly Line

    Dates: Dec. 1, 2006 - April 30, 2007

    Venue: Piccadilly Line, King's Cross, St Pancras

    Open art competition as part of celebrations to mark the centenary of the Piccadilly line.

    Event: Deptford X 2005 - Ephemeral Cities: A Project Space

    Dates: Sept. 1, 2005 - Sept. 29, 2005

    Venue: Exhibition Hall, Amersham Vale, Deptford, London

    Deptford X is a visual arts charity based in Deptford, South East London. We foster artistic talent and nurture community within the borough of Lewisham and beyond. We achieve this through a free annual festival in Deptford and ongoing activity supporting artists and our local communities throughout the year.

    Founded in 1998, Deptford X is London’s longest-running visual arts festival. Each year, we stage a free, ten-day festival, working with hundreds of artists to locate art at the centre of everyday life for all of the area’s communities.

    Event: Central Saint Martins Degree Show

    Dates: June 1, 2003 - June 29, 2003

    Venue: Central Saint Martins, 2 Granary Square, King's Cross London, N1C 4AA

    Group show, University of the Arts

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There are no upcoming events

Show previous events Hide previous events

Previous events

Event: Cardboard City

Dates: June 24, 2010 - June 27, 2010

Venue: Acquire Arts Gallery, Battersea, London

The exhibition Cardboard City portrays London through a series of paintings, drawings and photographs.

Event: Dak'art OFF

Dates: May 9, 2008 - June 9, 2008

Venue: Espace Art & Culture, Ouakam, Cité Asecna n° 263, Dakar

Exhibition organised in parallel to the Biennale of contemporary African art, Dakar, Senegal, June 2008

Rencontre d'artistes autour de Bachirou Mama

Event: Banal Circus, London, UK, August -

Dates: Aug. 11, 2007 - Sept. 8, 2007

Venue: Novas Contemporary Urban Centre, London

Part of Novas' summer programme, the exhibition features work of fifteen international emerging artists using theatricality as a device to deal with issues highlighting the spectacle within everyday life and the way in which it subverts and distorts our perception of reality. In this way, the works presented blur the boundaries between personal identity and superficiality.

Event: Platform for art - Thin Cities, 100 years of the Piccadilly Line

Dates: Dec. 1, 2006 - April 30, 2007

Venue: Piccadilly Line, King's Cross, St Pancras

Open art competition as part of celebrations to mark the centenary of the Piccadilly line.

Event: Deptford X 2005 - Ephemeral Cities: A Project Space

Dates: Sept. 1, 2005 - Sept. 29, 2005

Venue: Exhibition Hall, Amersham Vale, Deptford, London

Deptford X is a visual arts charity based in Deptford, South East London. We foster artistic talent and nurture community within the borough of Lewisham and beyond. We achieve this through a free annual festival in Deptford and ongoing activity supporting artists and our local communities throughout the year.

Founded in 1998, Deptford X is London’s longest-running visual arts festival. Each year, we stage a free, ten-day festival, working with hundreds of artists to locate art at the centre of everyday life for all of the area’s communities.

Event: Central Saint Martins Degree Show

Dates: June 1, 2003 - June 29, 2003

Venue: Central Saint Martins, 2 Granary Square, King's Cross London, N1C 4AA

Group show, University of the Arts


 

Biography

Bonjour, Nanga def, Hola, Hej!

I’m Georgina - painter, children’s book illustrator, and nomad. I’ve lived in France, England, Senegal, and Spain, but these days you’ll find me in the Swedish forests of Orust, sitting on a picnic chair, painting my impressions of the surrounding woodlands.

I studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, London, where I spent most of my time cutting up road signs, constructing spheres, painting flowers on buildings, and all together revelling in the urban landscape.

After graduating in 2005, I soon moved on to children’s book illustration and have since then created images for picture books, school manuals, card games, apps and websites.

My itchy feet have taken me to exotic places around the world and my drawings are influenced by travels around Europe, South America, Australasia, Asia, and Africa. I view my paintings as polite yet curious observations of the people and landscapes around me, with a penchant for forests and a palette inspired by vintage posters.