Contributors

HANNAH TUCK
CONTRIBUTING FEATURES WRITER

Hannah until recently worked at Sotheby’s in the Contemporary art department and contributes as a freelance features writer. Having studied BA History of Art and MSc Business (with an arts-focussed dissertation on art buying online) at UCL London, Hannah has worked at two galleries in London – Vigo Gallery as a Gallery Assistant and Thomas Williams Fine Art as a Contemporary art researcher. Currently in London, she is passionate about art, culture, live music and attending interesting talks. In between projects she regularly attends exhibitions and private galleries across the UK, attending gallery openings in London weekly. She has a particular interest and passion for Post-War and Contemporary Art, with Jean-Michel Basquiat, Yayoi Kusama, Cy Twombly, Ai Weiwei and Francis Bacon amongst her favourite artists.

London. Via New York, LA & Bradford. Contributing Features Writer, Hannah Tuck considers how David Hockney & Alice Neel began to produce art as ‘outsiders'. 

London. Via New York, LA and Bradford.

From North to South, David Hockney in Bradford and Alice Neel in London.
The most compelling similarity I felt within these exhibitions was the commitment to figurative painting and to their own personal style despite their position as ‘outsiders’ in the art world. READ MORE