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John Atkin MA (RCA), FRBS

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Sculptor John Atkin MA (RCA), FRBS
John Atkin

About John Atkin

Ever since Henry Moore personally funded Atkin`s period of study at the RCA in London, 1982 to 1985, Atkin has continued to develop his studio practice, which focuses on the relationship between drawing and sculpture. In recent years, an Award from the Rootstein Hopkins Foundation allowed Atkin the time away from academic responsibilities, at the School of the Arts, Loughborough University, where he is Reader in Fine Art, to concentrate on developing his long standing interest in collage, into a series of small and large scale digital prints that crossed boundaries between the hand wrought process and cutting edge digital technology. This body of work has provided the framework for further, extensive research into this practice as well as possibilities for his sculpture output. The studio continues to be the vital element in the development of his work that embraces gallery, museum and public realm.
Sculptor John Atkin MA (RCA), FRBS
John Atkin

Exhibition History of John Atkin

2011. The Road Not Taken. Ordos City. Ordos City Sculpture Park. China
The Tumblers. MTLE. Wuxi. China
2010. Lead Artist-Kent County Council. Delivery of seating and bench designs
The Clothier. Marble. New Walk, Leicester.
Exhibitions
2010. Pendulum. Los Angeles Art Fair, Sculpturesite Gallery San Francisco
2009
Lead Artist-Kent County Council. Notaroundabout roundabout feature. Corten and stainless steel, Breccia paving. Plaza and highway system.
2008
Hard Bop. Stainless steel and granite.. Commissioned by Sculpturesite Gallery on behalf of LARAMAR, Fillmore Plaza, San Francisco.
Strange Meeting. Marble and Granite: Commissioned by Beijing Municipal Council for Olympic Park: Beijing.
Public Art for Beijing Olympics - City Sculpture Proposals. Sculpture
Pluto. Corten and stainless steel. Two-part sculpture, commissioned by Wilson Bowden for the historic Phoenix Parkway site: CORUS, steel works: Corby
Lead Artist-Kent County Council. Member Champions Group.
Shared-space Highway scheme. Collaboration, Jacobs (Highway Engineers) and Whitelaw Turkington, (Landscape Architects), Ashford.
The Big Idea. Solo exhibition. Albemarle Gallery. London
Hard Bop. Film preview: Lush Life Gallery: San Francisco. San Francisco.
2007 Public Art and Urban Regeneration
The Clicker. Bronze. Commissioned by The Friends of the New Walk
By Hook or by Crook. Public Art Commission.. Corten steel and stainless steel, concrete, oak and slate. Wexford, Ireland Commissioned by Tesco Ireland. Collaboration with Murray and Associates, Landscape Architects; Johnstown Museum, Wexford Ireland.
Plumb Bob. Bronze, stainless steel. Goyne Adams Architects: PRC Architects:
Land Registry Building, Bedford Park, Croydon.
Lead Artist-Kent County Council. Member Champions Group.
Kingston Design Review Panel. Invited member. Royal Borough of K.O.T. London
Olympic Landscape Sculpture Designs Contest Exhibition. Exhibitions Venue:
Beijing Urban Planning Exhibition Centre. Group exhibition
Exhibitions
The Imagined and the Real. Group exhibition. Invited artist. Cartwright Hall. Lister
Hall. Bradford.
Sculpture by the Sea. Selected artist. Group exhibition: Sydney, Australia
Awards
2007 Landscape Institute Award. London. Urban Design and street furniture: Breaking
Boundaries: Ashford: collaboration; Whitelaw Turkington, (Landscape Architects)
Olympic Landscape Sculpture Designs Contest for 2008.
Outstanding Award. The Organizing Committee of 2008 Olympic Landscape
Sculpture Designs Contest. Beijing. China.
Rootstein Hopkins Sabbatical Leave Award (Drawing) 2007 to 2008
Elected Fellow (Peer assessment), RBS, London
2006 Public Art and Urban Regeneration
Pound Mill; redevelopment of historical location: ?Meeting of the ?Two Rivers?: Staines:
Breaking Boundaries. Lead Artist 2006 -2010: appointed by Kent County Council. Collaboration with Whitelaw Turkington (Landscape Architects) and Jacobs (Highway Engineers) on urban regeneration project in Ashford Kent.
Exhibitions
Landing Gear. Drawings and Sculptures. The Salon Gallery. RBS. London.
Cass Sculpture Foundation; The London Information Centre and Gallery. UK
Awards Conferences and Symposiums
Study Leave Award: Research, urban - regeneration: a fresh role of public art; Drawing into digital media, collage, and papier-colle. Loughborough University. UK.
Landing Gear. RBS, London. South Kensington, London.
2005 Public Art and Urban Regeneration
NZ323135. Corten and stainless steel. Commissioned by Arts Council North on behalf of City and Northern (Developers) for Morton Palms Business Park, Teesside.
Bowes Moor. Wall-based sculpture. Systems Engineering Innovation Centre, Loughborough. Conferences
The Great Artistic Metropolis. Oxford House, London. Landor: Architecture Journal
Sculpture and Design: Symposium. Faculty of Arts and Architecture, University of
Brighton: Plenary panel member and exhibitor. Supported by the Henry Moore Foundation. University of Brighton.
Exhibitions
The Affordable Art Fair. SOHO Galleries, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia
Vernissage. Inaugural exhibition. Sculpturesite Gallery, San Francisco, USA.
2004 Public Art and Urban Regeneration
Dal Fabrro?s Chariot. Corten and stainless steel sculpture: Beetham Towers,
Liverpool. Tate Liverpool?s audit of Public Sculpture, City of Culture 2008.
Commissioned by Beetham Organisation: Aedus Architects LTD: Liverpool.
Exhibitions
From Another Dimension-Works on Paper by Sculptors. Major survey exhibition of sculptor?s drawings. Internationally selected artist. Department of Prints and Drawings, NOMA: USA
American and International Permanent Collection exhibition. NOMA, New
Orleans. One wall-based ?pendulum relief? sculpture, Bowes Moor.
Sentinel. Corten and stainless steel. Invited Artist. Sculpture by the Sea. Sydney. Australia.
The Klansman. Steel and glass sculpture: EMAAR. Burgh Dubai, Dubai, U.A.E

John Atkin

Biography / CV of John Atkin

Since leaving the RCA in London, where Henry Moore personally funded Atkin throughout his MA sculpture course, he has exhibited his work worldwide. Recent publications on Atkins` output focus on the notion of "industrial archaeology" with discreet references to cultural genealogy within the contemporary landscape. Publications include The Navigator ISBN 0-906688-40-X; Scorched Earth ISBN 1-900856-41-7; Distant Voices ISBN 1-900856-30-1; Cut, ISBN1-901560 -65 -1; The Made and The Unmade ISBN 0-9704605-0-3. His work has been the subject of widespread media interest and editorials that focus on his work in public spaces, here in the UK and overseas. Please refer to www.skyarts.co.uk/johnatkin and http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/7544159.stm as well as
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/7543272.stm for more details.

In recent years, Atkin has been invited to present keynote papers at a number of conferences worldwide including the Sculpture by the Sea Symposium at the Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Australia and also Understanding the Post-Industrial City: metropolis, urban renewal and public space: Joint PhD Seminar Faculdade de Arquitectura - Universidade T?cnica de Lisboa Bauhaus - Universitat Weimar

"Strange Meeting", was commissioned by Beijing Municipal Government, to celebrate the cultural emphasis of the Olympics "One World One Dream" exhibition in Olympic Park, Beijing. This 27-ton marble and granite artwork formed part of an exhibition of twenty-six artists selected from a global application of 2600 people. The popularity of the sculpture has eventuated in its permanent location adjacent to the Birds Nest Stadium.

Atkins` research interest lies in the interaction of people with artworks that change a space into a place. In this way the community secures a landmark for the area and a meeting point for all generations and cultures. He has recently completed a series of innovative artworks for Kent County Council, where his role as Lead Artist for their ground breaking Breaking Boundaries "shared space" highways project has won several major awards and is the subject of widespread critical acclaim. This award winning interdisciplinary project involved working alongside Landscape Architects and Highway Engineers to complete a range of innovative arterial structures, (such as roundabouts, terracing and street furniture), that reflect on Ashford`s cultural heritage within a contemporary context.

His most recent project in California focuses on the regeneration of the Fillmore District of San Francisco and collaborating with AXIS Architects on delivering a coherent public realm that addresses the locales indelible heritage as the home of West Coast Jazz.
The cultural and social legacy of this project has been fraught with decades of County Hall misplaced redevelopment that has fractured a once vibrant community famed for it ethnic mix and social inclusion. Atkins` involvement in this landmark project involved the delivery of a signature sculpture that successfully acts as an illuminated beacon for the areas regeneration. The use of water and lighting are key components of this project, allowing the space to be used year round and at all times of day.

In addition, Atkin continues to develop his studio practice, which focuses on the relationship between drawing and sculpture. In recent years, a grant from the Rootstein Hopkins Foundation allowed Atkin the time from academic responsibilities to concentrate on developing his long standing interest in collage, into a series of small and large scale digital prints that crossed boundaries between the hand wrought process and cutting edge digital technology. This body of work has provided the framework for further, extensive research into this practice as well as possibilities for his sculpture output. The studio continues to be the vital element in the development of his work that embraces gallery, museum and public realm.

John Atkin

Artist Statement of John Atkin

My own background, the North East of England, and its reflected history of industrialization within the context of a dramatic landscape, plays a significant role in the way I develop my work. Industrial, and machine forms, reflecting on human ingenuity, and resonant of the human figure are also important to the development of my ideas.
The use of materials (as well as museum imagery), in my public art projects, which can comment on, or evoke the history of a site, has key educational benefits, which are at the hub of many new initiatives within urban developments and something I am keen to expand on further in future projects I am involved in delivering.
The progression of concepts into metal, contextualises these ideas into theories relating to industrial archaeology: specifically exploring the locale. Much of my output is fabricated in corten and stainless steel, using the resources of a highly skilled workforce with a proven ability to deliver works on time as well as on budget and fully H and S compliant. Corten references "history", through its unique weathering process, and this has been key to public and private sector interest in my work. Stainless steel is durable and has vibrant surface qualities, very different to those of weathering steel. The contrast of materials is very striking.

Awards and Prizes of John Atkin

2010 Awards
Ringing the Changes. Winner. Town Regeneration. The RTPI Planning Awards. Ashford Ring Road project, Kent County Council.
2009. The Academy of Urbanism. Elected member
Trustee and Committee Member. Royal Society of British Sculptors. London
Marshalls Award for Public Realm. Breaking Boundaries, Ashford. UK.
Landscape Institute Awards: awarded ?Local landscape Planning Award? highly commended.
Sustain Magazine Awards: awarded winner in the ?Best Public Realm? category.
The IHT Awards 2009: Highly commended in the Urban Design category.
The Rouse Kent Public Art Award: Highly commended for ?Breaking Boundaries?
The Regeneration and Renewal Awards 2009: Highly Commended in category "Award for the Best Designed Regeneration Development" and Winner in category "Local Authority Regeneration Team of the Year".
The RTPI Planning Awards 2009: Submitted in the category "Town Regeneration". Short-listed for both in National and Regional Awards
The ICE 2009 Engineering Awards (the Brassey Award - Winner in Innovation Category
The British Construction Industry Awards 2009: Short-listed for Prime Minister`s Better Building Award.
The LGN Street Design Awards 2009: Winner in Street Design
Ashford Borough Council Building Design Awards 2009 - Short listed in Public Realm Category
Worshipful Company of Paviours: Winner, Elwick Square
2008. Honor Certificate. Strange Meeting. Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture, China
Outstanding Award. Strange Meeting. Chinese Sculpture Institute. China
Sculpturesite Award. (San Francisco). Public art and the public realm
2007
Landscape Institute Award. London. Urban Design and street furniture: Breaking Boundaries: Ashford: collaboration; Whitelaw Turkington, (Landscape Architects)
Competition and exhibition. Beijing China. ISBN 7-5074-1794-8. The Organizing Committee of 2008 Olympic Landscape Sculpture Designs Contest.
Olympic Landscape Sculpture Designs Contest for 2008.
Outstanding Award. The Organizing Committee of 2008 Olympic Landscape Sculpture Designs Contest. Beijing. China.
Awards
Honor Certificate. Strange Meeting. Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture, China
Outstanding Award. Strange Meeting. Chinese Sculpture Institute. China
Sculpturesite Award. (San Francisco). Public art and the public realm
Rootstein Hopkins Sabbatical Leave Award (Drawing) 2007 to 2008
Elected Fellow (Peer assessment), RBS, London
2006. Study Leave Award: Research, urban - regeneration: a fresh role of public art; Drawing into digital media, collage, and papier-colle. Loughborough University. UK.

Symposiums

Public Art for Beijing Olympics - City Sculpture Proposals. Sculpture Seminar and conference. Beijing China. ISBN 7-5074-1794-8. The Organizing Committee of 2008 Olympic Landscape Sculpture Designs Contest.

Acquisitions / Collections of work by John Atkin

Atkin`s work is located in a number of private and corporate collections worldwide

Reviews of work by John Atkin

2010. John Atkin. Sculpture Journal. ISSN Pages 50 to 54
2008 Gathering Dreams 100. Beijing Olympic Sculptures Collection. Culture and Art Publishing House, China. ISBN. Gathering Dreams 100. Beijing Olympic Sculptures Documentary. Culture and Art Publishing House, China. ISBN978-7-5039-3608-1/J.979
Art and Architecture Journal. Number 66/67 Autumn 2008. ISSN 1360-3256. Page 85
BBC Articles. web sites available on request
"A Darlington sculptor is to have one of his artworks on show outside Beijing`s Olympic stadium."
BBC: Sculptor exhibits at Olympic site
British Council article. websites available on request
AXIS article. Web site available on request
Artists and Illustrator Journal. First out of the blocks by Carol Cordrey. Issue 265. Page 11-12 Sculpture. ISSN: 74851 64837, The Sculpture Olympics 2008 by Zhu Yilang. Pages 54-55.Vol.27. No. 9
Hard Bop. City Arts, 7X7 magazine. Page 135. San Francisco.
Hard Bop. News article. Interview with Don Sanchez, ABC 7. San Francisco.
Hard Bop. Review of public art and regeneration project. San Francisco Chronicle
Hard Bop. Fillmore Center Plaza. ISBN 1 900856 76 X
2007. Public Art for Beijing Olympics- City Sculpture Proposals p 89 (The Competitor) p 134 (Strange Meeting) ISBN 7-5074-1794-8
Art and Architecture Journal. Commissions and Projects; Pound Mill, Staines, page 57
Commissions in the North East of England, 2003-2007, by Arts Council England, part financed by the European Union, European Regional Development Fund and One North East. Section 12, Tees Valley, featured article on NZ323135, Morton palms Public Artwork by John Atkin
2006 Green Place Journal. May 2006. ISSN 1742-3716. Page nos. 2. Land Use article, News. Pound Mill public sculpture commission review. ISSN. Author Sutherland Lyall
2005 Art and Architecture Journal. Page 56. Number 63 Autumn 2005. ISSN 1360-3256 Commissions. Review NZ323135 (Public Sculpture)
2005 Arts Monthly San Francisco. Volume 15. Issue 9. Page 7. Review of group exhibition at Sculpturesite Gallery, San Francisco
2005 Art and Architecture Journal. Number 61. ISSN No. 1360-3256. February 2005. Public Art-Urbanism-Architecture. Missions and Projects. Review of Dal Fabrro`s Chariot, Liverpool
2004 A-N Magazine. June 2004. ISNN No. 9-770261-342034 Review. Man and Machine. Review of exhibition, Chappel Galleries, Colchester
2004 Arts Quarterly. New Orleans Museum of Art, Volume XXVI Issue 2.
2003
The Architects Journal. 26/06/03. ISSN. 0003 8466. Metal Works Cor-Ten. Under the Weather, by Sutherland Lyall. The Navigator, Ipswich is a featured artwork
"The Navigator", Navigation News, ISSN 0268 6317. Review of public sculpture by John Atkin
Art and Architecture Journal. No 59.ISSN 1360-3256.Page 48. Review of two new sculptures, The Navigator public artwork and The Signaler public artwork.
Galleries. May 2003. Tim Fargher, "John Atkin", Galleries, May Issue 241 ISSN 0265-7511 Review of exhibition at Christchurch Mansion Museum, Ipswich

Daniel Smith, "Salute to The Rushes" Loughborough Echo 24th October
"Pointing to the future", The Echo, 31st October
Darren Beck, "Big Day", Leicester Mercury, 27th October
Romeike, "Pride of Place", Leicester Mercury, 22nd October
Tim Fargher, "John Atkin", Galleries, May Issue 241 ISSN 0265-7511
Cheryl Markosky, "A Massive Remodelling Job", The Independent, 4th June
Sutherland Lyall, "Under the Weather", The Architects Journal, 9-770003 846080
Sonia Carvill, "Maritime Art on the Waterfront", East Anglian Daily Times, 21st May
Amanda Cresswell, "What is it?", Evening Star, 16th May
"The Navigator", Navigation News, ISSN 0268 6317
Thinking Big - Concepts for Twenty First Century British Sculpture. Introduction by Thomas Krens, Director, Soloman R Guggenheim Foundation. Essay, `Thinking Big` by Tim Marlowe, Broadcaster and Creative Director for Sculpture at Goodwood. ISBN 09537794-3-2

2002
Thinking Big - Concepts for Twenty First Century British Sculpture. Introduction by Thomas Krens, Director, Soloman R Guggenheim Foundation. Essay, `Thinking Big` by Tim Marlowe, Broadcaster and Creative Director for Sculpture at Goodwood. ISBN 09537794-3-2
Sculpture Magazine. Vol. 21. No 7. Published by International Sculpture Center. Scorched Earth. Review of Exhibition at Philadelphia Art Alliance. Philadelphia PA.
Roberta Fallon, "On Again, Off Again" Review of Scorched Earth at Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia Weekly
2001
Sculpture Magazine. Forum. Issue 8. Vol. 20 page 7. October 2001. ISSN 08989-728X Public Art Competitions in Sculpture Education. John Atkin in conversation with Carol Sterling ISC Officer.
Review. February 2001, Volume 3, No. 4. Published at 1427 W. Ninth St. Suite 203, Kansas City Missouri 64101. USA. John Atkin: The Made and the Unmade by Leesa Fanning. Review of solo exhibition at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, Kansas City
The Kansas City Star. Preview/Art. Friday January 19th. The Show. A Kinder, gentler side to British Art? Review of solo exhibition at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art

2000
Marian McLellan, "Scorched Earth" Review of Scorched Earth Drawings at Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, New Orleans Art Review
Bookhardt, "On The Walls" Review of Scorched Earth Drawings at Sylvia Schmidt Gallery, Gambit Weekly, New Orleans
"Gt. Eastern Hotel" Review of commission work for Conran Hotel, The Architects Journal, London.
"The Gt. Eastern Look", The Sunday Times, London
Robert Smith, "Distant Voices", Davis Gallery, MA, Art New England

1999
C. Yannopoulos, "Say It With Feeling", Review of Abstraction 2 to 3, Cleveland State University Art Gallery, Ohio, Cleveland Scene
Maria Floyd, "Review of Abstraction 2 to 3", Cleveland Ohio
Steven Litt, "Abstraction is Alive and Well" Review of Abstraction 2 to 3, Cleveland State University Art Gallery, Ohio, Plain Dealer Art Critic
"Cubist Assemblages" Review of Distant Voices, Grayson Gallery, Vermont, Rutland Daily Herald
"Out of the Crucible - An exhibition of bronze sculpture", catalogue, Loughborough University

Public Works of John Atkin

2011. The Road Not Taken. Ordos City. Ordos City Sculpture Park. China
The Tumblers. MTLE. Wuxi. China. http://www.china-asian.com/enmtle.htm

2010. Lead Artist-Kent County Council. Delivery of seating and bench designs
The Clothier. Marble. New Walk, Leicester.

2009. Public Art and Urban Regeneration
Lead Artist-Kent County Council. Notaroundabout roundabout feature. Corten and stainless steel, Breccia paving. Plaza and highway system.

2008. Hard Bop. Stainless steel and granite.. Commissioned by Sculpturesite Gallery on behalf of LARAMAR, Fillmore Plaza, San Francisco.

Strange Meeting. Marble and Granite: Commissioned by Beijing Municipal Council for Olympic Park: Beijing.

Pluto. Corten and stainless steel. Two-part sculpture, commissioned by Wilson Bowden for the historic Phoenix Parkway site: CORUS, steel works: Corby

2007 Public Art and Urban Regeneration
The Clicker. Bronze. Commissioned by The Friends of the New Walk

By Hook or by Crook. Public Art Commission.. Corten steel and stainless steel, concrete, oak and slate. Wexford, Ireland Commissioned by Tesco Ireland. Collaboration with Murray and Associates, Landscape Architects; Johnstown Museum, Wexford Ireland.

Plumb Bob. Bronze, stainless steel. Goyne Adams Architects: PRC Architects:
Land Registry Building, Bedford Park, Croydon.

2006
Pound Mill; redevelopment of historical location: ?Meeting of the ?Two Rivers?: Staines:

Breaking Boundaries. Lead Artist 2006 -2010: appointed by Kent County Council. Collaboration with Whitelaw Turkington (Landscape Architects) and Jacobs (Highway Engineers) on urban regeneration project in Ashford Kent.

Landing Gear. RBS, London. South Kensington, London.

2005. NZ323135. Corten and stainless steel. Commissioned by Arts Council North on behalf of City and Northern (Developers) for Morton Palms Business Park, Teesside.

Bowes Moor. Wall-based sculpture. Systems Engineering Innovation Centre, Loughborough. Conferences

2004 Public Art and Urban Regeneration
Dal Fabrro`s Chariot. Corten and stainless steel sculpture: Beetham Towers,
Liverpool. Tate Liverpool`s audit of Public Sculpture, City of Culture 2008.
Commissioned by Beetham Organisation: Aedus Architects LTD: Liverpool.

Qualifications / Education of John Atkin

MA (RCA) 1982 - 1985
Scholarship. Henry Moore Foundation

Publications / Media / Bibliography of John Atkin

The Navigator ISBN 0-906688-40-X
Scorched Earth ISBN 1-900856-41-7
Distant Voices ISBN 1-900856-30-1
Cut, ISBN1-901560-65-1
The Made and The Unmade ISBN 0-9704605-0-3

Teaching Experience

2002 - present day
Reader in Fine Art
School of the Arts
Loughborough University
1998 - 2003
Programme Leader in Sculpture
Loughborough University School of Art and Design

Influences / Inspiration of John Atkin

Atkin`s major influences range from the Sleeping Shelter Drawings of Henry Moore to the plays of Edward Bond, (Saved: The Popes Wedding).
His interest in the confluence of drawing and sculpture has meant that a wide range of artists who use drawing have been influential, from Raphael to Oldenburg.
Artists who have used the found object within the framework of their oeuvre have also been of significant influence, particularly Edward Kienholz.

Price Range of Work

John Atkin's work has a price range from £133,334 to £200,000

Mediums utilised

John Atkin's work is found in the following materials:

Artwork Categorised

John Atkin's work is found in the following categories on site:
Monumental Sculptures (3)
Public Art Sculpture (3)
Abstract Contemporary or Modern Large Public Art sculpture Statues statuary (3)
Public Park or Urban Landscape or Corporate sculpture / Fountain / Sratuary (2)
Carved Abstract Contemporary Modern sculpture statue carving (2)
Architectural Sculptures
Outsize, Very Big, Extra Large and Massive Sculptures
Commission and Custom and Bespoke sculpture Statues
Carved Stone, Marble, Alabaster, Soap Stone Granite Lime stone
Abstract Modern Contemporary Avant Garde Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines statuary both Indoor Or outside

Video

BBC: Sculptor sets gold standard Darlington sculptor John Atkin"s work is taking centre stage at the Beijing Olympic Park, beating more than 2000 people in a competition for the honour.
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