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Paul Catherall

InSitu work closely with clients to develop art programmes that enhance employee experience, stimulate critical thinking and enable creative exchange. Artist residencies provide a platform for artists to create new work while inspiring organisations, enhancing their wellbeing programmes, valuing community, social engagement, diversity, equity and inclusion.

Known for his iconic, Modernist influenced linocuts of London cityscapes and London Transport posters, the printmaker and illustrator Paul Catherall gained access to the spectacular architectural views of the City afforded by Pinsent Masons HQ building at 30 Crown Place. Over the course of his year-long residency, the artist made regular visits to site, interacted with employees, created observational drawings, delivered talks on his work, exhibited and produced a new body of eight original linocuts to add to the firms’ art collection.

Pinsent Masons LLP, London HQ

2012 - 2013

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