Chris Gollon Ali painting Trypch

Chris Gollon Exhibition Prints

This Triypych painting is currently on show at Forman's Smokehouse Gallery. To purchas either framed
or unframed please contact the gallery direct.

Please note: The 'in the Rings with Ali' exhibition is currently closed. The prints are still available
and you can purchase them direct via curator Christina Jansen (see the menu above: contact).


Muhammad Ali Triptych, Acrylic on Canvas, 204cm x 168cm, £30,000.00 (unframed)

About Chris Gollon

Chris Gollon is an established name in British painting. Born in London 1953, he has enjoyed many
solo museum exhibitions in the UK, major museum acquisitions and public commissions.

He has exhibited at Art Chicago and also with Yoko Ono, David Bowie and Gavin Turk in ‘ROOT’,
a crossover exhibition of contemporary music and art created by Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth,
at Chisenhale Gallery, London.

His work is attracting increasing acclaim in the national press and specialist arts press: Financial
Times, The Times, The Guardian, Aesthetica, BBC Radio 4, BBC1 News, and Alan Yentob’s BBC1
programme ‘Imagine’. His film collaboration with JABOD, entitled ‘Kaleidomorphism One’, was
premiered in London at the East End Film Festival (2008).

Novelist Sara Maitland’s Stations of the Cross (Continuum 2009) was wholly inspired by and
features Gollon’s 14 paintings of the Stations of the Cross, which were commissioned by the
Church of England for a Sir John Soane church in East London. Chris Gollon: Humanity
in Art by art historian Tamsin Pickeral (Hyde & Hughes), endorsed by Bill Bryson OBE,
was published in 2010.

Chris Gollon was a Fellow and First Artist in Residence of the Institute of Advanced Study,
Durham University. He is also a Fellow of St Mary's College, Durham University. Chris Gollon
lives and works in Surrey, and is represented by IAP Fine Art, London.