John Kiki

John Kiki

In 1960 Kiki went to the Camberwell School of Art in London, working extensively from the life model under the direction of Frank Auerbach, Patrick Prockter and Euan Uglow. In 1964 Kiki entered the Royal Academy School, where his distinctive style first emerged.

On leaving the academy in 1967, Kiki established the first of several studios in Great Yarmouth, and found success with shows in Norwich, London, Switzerland and America, the Hayward Gallery and Serpentine Gallery in London, and several of his works were acquired for the Saatchi Collection..

In 2002 Kiki met photographer David Koppel, who was experimenting with digitally manipulated images reproduced on canvas. Their collaboration has led to the founding of Pap Art®: digitally remastered images printed on canvas and overpainted by Kiki.

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