Robert Twigger is a British artist who works with painting, drawing, photography, words and poetry. He has no formal training in painting and works in the outsider art tradition. His most famous exploit was to capture in 1998 the world’s longest snake, which is recorded in the National Geographic film Big Snake. He lived for seven years in Cairo where he returns often. He now lives and works in Dorset, UK.
Janet Rady Fine Art is pleased to present Through the Looking-Glass showcasing works by four artists: Malekeh Nayiny, Robert Twigger, Lanre Buraimoh and Tajsar Jafari. Taking its title from the novel by Lewis Carroll, these artists each variously explore their fantastical worlds. Online only from 5th May to 1st June.Explore Exhibition