b. 1967  London England

1997  Royal College of Art  – MA

1995  Central St Martins – Printmaking & Photo-media – BA

Richelle Rich’s art works challenge notions of femininity, sexuality and gender politics. Recent intimate video performance pieces utilize textiles and hand blown glass to explore familial ties, heritage and belonging, working with the land throughout both Europe and America.
Rich’s practice encompasses video, performance and photography as well as installation, sculpture and sound works.

Winner of The Faulkner Award and the Augustus Martin Prize.

Rich’s writing has been published in Art Review magazine.  Her work has been featured in The Guardian, The Financial Times ‘How to Spend it Magazine’,  The Times (London), The Independent, Time Out (London), Harpers and Queen.

Richelle Rich lives in LA and London, is married to musician Harry Waters and has 2 young children

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Solo shows

2003
Richelle Rich – Michael West Gallery – Isle of Wight

2002
If I Can Dream – Hirchl Contemporary Art – Cork Street, London

2001
Richelle Rich – Standpoint Gallery – Hoxton London

Selected Group Shows

2018

Royal Academy –  Summer Exhibition – London

2017

Bombay Beach Biennale – California

2013

Chelsea Fringe @ GWS – Great Western Studios – London

FACK London Art Prize (shortlisted) – London

2012

CRASH – Charlie Dutton Gallery- London (shortlisted)

2002
Paupers Publications Standpoint Gallery – London

2001
Figure 8 -Pump House Gallery- London
Figure 8 – London Print Studios -London
‘Life – A Users Manual’ – NCK Gdansk – Poland

1999
WIP – Lana House, London

1998
Good Art – Corbett Place, London
Comic- Contemporary Comic Narrative Art – Oldham Art Gallery

1997
Almost Edible – Bath Contemporary Art Gallery, Bath
Art@Hause – London

1996
The Great Escape – Lana House, London

1995
Bad Art – Lost in Space, London – Curated by Martin Maloney
Lost In Space – Commercial St, London