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Nicky Hoberman














Nicky Hoberman



Nicky Hoberman was born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1967.
She has an MA in Modern History from Oxford University, a BFA from Parsons and an MA from Chelsea School of Art. She lives and works in London. She was selected for the 1996 New Contemporaries at Tate Liverpool and included in Saatchi's New Neurotic Realists. She has been in group shows at the Chicago MoCA, Sydney MoCA, Melbourne National Gallery of Victoria and Magasin 3, Stockholm. She has had 3 solo shows at Feigen Contemporary, New York.

Education
1994-95 MA, Painting, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London
1992 Yale Summer School of Art, USA, Battell Stoeckel Fellowship
1989-93 BA Fine Art, Parsons School of Design, Paris
1986-89 MA, Modern History, Worcester College, Oxford University













Nicky Hoberman (British b.1967)

Nicky Hoberman's style is a mixture of photorealism and caricature, illogical figures contrasted against even and flat backgrounds interpreted only through their clothes, expressions, and poses. She is perhaps most famous for her effective investigation of the concepts of isolation, identity, and individuality through her art.

Nicky Hoberman has an MA in Modern History from Oxford University, a BFA from Parsons and an MA from Chelsea School of Art. She lives and works in London. She was selected for the 1996 New Contemporaries at Tate Liverpool and included in Saatchi's New Neurotic Realists. She has been in group shows at the Chicago MoCA, Sydney MoCA, Melbourne National Gallery of Victoria and Magasin 3, Stockholm. She has had 3 solo shows at Feigen Contemporary, New York.

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