James Webster

Born in 1978 - United Kingdom


James Webster (born Suffolk, 1978) received classical training in sculpture in Florence, Italy, where he worked as an apprentice to Marianne Luchetti.

Upon his return to the UK, he marked a detachment from these classical roots with the inauguration of his first solo exhibition of contemporary sculpture at the Rivington Gallery (London) in 2008. A desire to plunge even further into anatomy, his passion, drove him to then return to the countryside of Suffolk, Webster’s native region, where he would spend long months isolated in his studio, studying his subjects and not only striving to master the various techniques of ceramics but to also further push the boundaries of his art.

James' sculptures have been exhibited at: Coll & Cortes (London), Tomasso Brothers (London), Roland Mouret (London), Galerie Chenel (Paris), Deyrolle (Paris), Galerie Desmet (Paris), Galerie Desmet (Brussels), YIA #5 (Paris), Daniel Crouch Rare Bokks (London).

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Coll & Cortes (London)
Daniel Crouch Rare Books (London)
Roland Mouret (London)
Galerie Desmet (Brussels)
Galerie Chenel (Paris)
Dix-Sept (Suffolk)
Rivington Gallery (London)
Deyrolle (Paris)
YIA #5 (Paris)
Carvil (Paris)

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