Charlotte Hodes

Charlotte Hodes is Professor of Fine Art at London College of Fashion (LCF), University of the Arts London. At LCF, she is engaged in foregrounding drawing where she has led on research initiatives including at the National Gallery, NPG and The Line. She won the Jerwood Drawing Prize in 2006. Recent solo exhibitions include: The Errant Muse Victoria Gallery, Liverpool (with poet, Professor Deryn Rees-Jones) University of Liverpool 2019 – 2020; After the Taking of Tea Ruthin Craft Centre, Wales 2019; Remember Me Wolverhampton Art Gallery 2017 & National Centre for Craft and Design, Sleaford 2020 and Fragmented Images The Wallace Collection, 2007. Hodes has participated in exhibitions at Compton Verney, the Design Museum London, Jerwood Space Gallery, Venice Biennale and has collaborated with industry and research centres including Berengo Studio, Murano; National Glass Centre Sunderland; Spode and The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, USA.


Inspired by Hodes’ papercut, Westley invites the artist to contribute to her reflection on the crafting of works that are classified as ‘art’.


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