Jeremy Mulvey is an artist who lives in Cambridge. He specialises in oil paintings of a surreal nature. Mulvey undertakes general painting commissions and portraits and shows regularly with the New English Artist Club in the Mall Galleries, London. He is a highly experienced teacher and gives painting classes in Cambridge and one-to-one tutorials throughout the year.
Jeremy writes on art and art teaching and has a particular interest in issue-based art and the topic of masculinity. He has given a number of lectures at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge And in June 2019 was interviewed on London radio on FM Resonance about his art and his engagement with theme of masculinity and gender politics. He is interested in how the visual arts can stimulate debate and envisage possible futures.
2017 Expresso Library Cambridge
2006 New English Art Club Exhibition, Mall Galleries, up for election to NEAC
2005 Heures et Malheures des Heures de bureau (Office Hours Series):-
Gallerie de Salle de Pas Perdu, World Trade Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland
2004 Angles de Vue Gallerie d’Art Carrouges Geneva Switzerland
2003 Permanent artist exhibiting with ArtSquare, London N10 (from Nov 2003)
2003 New English Art Club Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London
2003 Air Gallery, London, ‘Obesity’ mixed exhibition (Sept.)
2002 Sebastian Pearson Gallery, Cambridge. Free Fall, one-person show (Feb)
2001 Cambridge Contemporary Art Gallery, recent work, mixed exhibition (Dec.)
2001 Cambridge Contemporary Art Gallery set of still lives (Aug.)
2000 Ubudoda, Metropolitan Gallery, Cape Town, Curated with the British Council
1998 Machos y munecas, La Casa Elizalde, Barcelona. Curated with British Council,
1995 Men and masculinities at Watermans Arts Centre, London. LAB funded.
1995 The Painted Image at Mall Galleries, London.
1994 Men: a space for reflection Tabernacle Gallery, London. An MIG Show,