Benjamin Hannavy Cousen is represented by Merville Galleries

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Born Pembury, Kent, 1977. Completed a Ph.D at the Department of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds in 2012. Has written extensively on art, visual culture, history and memory.

Solo Exhibitions:

2017 Recent Paintings, Merville Galleries at Mall Galleries, London SW1

2015 The Colour of Words, One One Six Gallery, Tenterden, Kent

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2018 The British Art Fair, Saatchi Gallery, London, with Merville Galleries

2017 All Paintings Great and Small, London, with Merville Galleries

2017 London Art Fair, Islington, with Merville Galleries

2016 London Art Fair, Islington, with Merville Galleries

2015 Pure Art Fair, Battle, Sussex

September Art Show, Wadhurst, Sussex (winner of Sylvia Tiffin Award for Imagination and Innovation)

Published articles include:

‘After Haunting, A conceptualisation of the Lazarean image’, (forthcoming), Berghahn, 2019

'Seep and Creep: The Concentrationary Imaginary in Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island', Concentrationary Imaginaries: Tracing Totalitarian Violence in Popular Culture, eds. Griselda Pollock, Max Silverman, I.B. Tauris, London 2015

'Isn't this where...? Projections on Pink Floyd's The Wall: Tracing the Concentrationary Image', Concentrationary memories: Totalitarian Terror and Cultural Resistance, eds. Griselda Pollock, Max Silverman, I.B. Tauris, London, 2014

'Memory, Power, Place: Where is Guernica?', Journal of Romance Studies, Vol.9, issue 2, 2009, Liverpool University Press