Archive of Author | Fiona Robinson

Fiona Robinson is an artist, writer and curator whose practice is primarily drawing-based. She exhibits widely and has been the recipient of various prizes including the Royal West of England Academy Drawing Prize, The University of Bath Painting Prize and the 4th International Biennial of Drawing, Melbourne Australia, Third prize. She curated the contemporary section of the recent exhibition Strange Worlds: The Vision of Angela Carter at the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol. She has written numerous exhibition catalogues and articles about artists as diverse as Rebecca Salter, Phyllida Barlow and Estonian American Drawing Performance artist Jaanika Peerna. Her current exhibition, Drawing Debussy is at the RWA from 1 March – 16 April 2016.

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Articles with Fiona Robinson


Drawing as thought

Fiona Robinson is an artist, writer and curator whose practice is primarily drawing-based. She exhibits widely and has been the recipient of various prizes including the Royal West of England Academy Drawing Prize, The University of Bath Painting Prize and the 4th International Biennial of Drawing, Melbourne Australia, Third prize.

In this short essay she discusses how her drawing practice makes connections between drawing process and music performance.