Episode 197: Mark Francis

June 7, 2009 · Print This Article

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Mark Francis
This week Duncan and Christian Kuras talk to YBA artist Mark Francis, all the way from London. Duncan is not afraid to commit to go the distance to get an interview.
Mark Francis
Christian Kuras
Saatchi Sensation exhibition
Shark-Infested Waters
Landscape, Memory and Desire
Serpentine Gallery
Ian McKeever
Nicky Hirst
Milton Keynes Gallery
The Independent
phone book art
David Hockney
Damien Hirst
The Chapmans

3 thoughts on “Episode 197: Mark Francis”

  1. Although you stole my interviewee out from under me (I was going to interview him the next time I stayed in London), you did a great job, guys. Mark is always interesting. He didn’t say something about the extent of his collection, though — I was there and wrote about his wonderful Milton Keynes show. It was full of his collection as well as his great paintings, yet his house was STILL full with the collections too. That was his previous house. I usually stay with him and his family when I am in London, and their house is amazing. Even a little disconcerting. I got to sleep under a Chris Olifi, but had trouble brushing my teeth, as the wall in the bathroom next to the mirror was covered in beautiful yet grizzly handcolored etchings of mouth deseases. Short talk on the “yellow pages art” description I stole from Mark, but a good one too! His paintings are always inspirational to me. His wife Nicky Hirst is a great artist too. I guess I’ll interview HER next time!

  2. Richard says:

    That would be great!

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