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Chantal Joffe



Chantal Joffe (born 1969 in St. Albans) is an English artist based in London.

Joffe received her BA in Fine Art from Canterbury College of Art in 1989 and her MA in painting from the Royal College of Art in 1993.

She has shown work internationally in many exhibitions including “London Calling” at Galleri KB in Oslo, “John Moores 22” at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, “The Way I See It” at Galerie Jennifer Flay in Paris, “British Portrait 1” at Studio d’Arte Raffaelli in Italy and “Big Girl, Little Girl” at Collective Gallery in Edinburgh. She is represented by Victoria Miro in London.

She won the £25,000 Charles Wollaston Prize in the 2006 Royal Academy summer exhibition for her painting Blond Girl - Black Dress.


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