Darren Harvey-Regan's work circles around photography with an emphasis on the medium's relationship to language and to sculpture. He is interested in the means of transition from one form of representation to another and in the overlaps that confuse and rephrase such movements.
Harvey-Regan is a graduate of the Royal College of Art and is currently represented by Copperfield Gallery in London and The Ravestijn Galley in Amsterdam. He has been a finalist for Mac International (2016), The Cord Prize (2013), and The Catlin Prize (2011). His first monographThe Erratics was published by RVB, France in 2017
Recent solo projects include:
Metalepsis, Copperfield, London (2017)
The Erratics, Copperfield, London (2016) and Passaggi, Pisa, IT (2015)
Phrasings, The Ravestijn Gallery, Amsterdam (2013)
A Shifting Sense of Things, Sumarria Lunn, London (2013).
Recent group shows include:
Mac International, finalist, Belfast (2016)
Not Really Really, Collection Frédéric de Goldschmidt, Quai du Commerce, Brussels (2016)
In and Out - Spatial Correspondence, RAUMX, London (2016)
A History of Photography, V & A, London (2014)
Harvey-Regans' work is part of the permanent photography collection at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London and included in the Frédéric de Goldschmidt collection in Belgium. It is also held in private collections in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Guatamala, Hong Kong, Italy, Netherlands, Kuwait, UK, and US.
TIME AT HOGCHESTER ARTS
Residency period - July 2018