Pat Flynn

Lives & works: UK

British contemporary artist Pat Flynn was born in 1972 and studied MA Fine Art at Manchester School of Art. His print Stacked Cheese, 2015 was produced to accompany his recent exhibition Half-life of a Miracle, held at Manchester Art Gallery, which presented a decade of digitally generated photography and film by Flynn, whose work often reflects on stories drawn from popular culture, art history and his experience of growing up in Greater Manchester.

Flynn’s solo exhibitions include: Cold Children at Marion Scharmann, Köln (2013) and at The International 3, Salford (2012) and Draw Me a Castle, at Chapter, Cardiff (2007). Group exhibitions include: Sublime at Pushkinskaya 10, St Petersburg (2014); The Tomorrow People, at Forman’s Smokehouse Gallery, London (2013) and Digital Aesthetic 2012: Art in a Digital World, at Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston.

Flynn’s work is held in a number of public and private collections including Bury Art Museum and Sculpture Centre and The University of Salford Art Collection. Pat Flynn is represented by The International 3 (Salford) and Marion Scharmann (Köln). He lives and works in Manchester.

All proceeds from sale of this edition go to Redeye, the Photography Network, Manchester, in support of the next generation of photography talent.

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