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John Dunbar

John Dunbar (born Mexico City, 1943) is a British artist best known as co-founder of Indica, the avant-garde London gallery of the mid 1960s, and for his many friendships and connections within the art and music counter-culture scene. He has also consistently maintained an eclectic practice encompassing drawing and collage, sculpture and assemblage, photography and film. His solo exhibition features his notebooks - his constant companions of the past 50 years - displayed for the first time, alongside works and films produced over that same period.

A selection of works from the exhibition John Dunbar: Remember When Today Was Tomorrow are displayed here - more images will be added and a selection of works are available to view by appointment.

Constructions & mixed media   Drawings & works on paper   Paintings   Photography   


Figure - Details

Figure c 1973
13 x 6 x 6 inches.
Bronze - Unique work made using lost wax process. With dried flowers.
JDB 094

Maquette for Monument - Details

Maquette for Monument 1972
5.75 x 8 x 2 inches
Sand-cast Bronze, Unique
JDB 095

Phones for Robert (Fraser) - Details

Phones for Robert (Fraser) c 1968
each 6 x 10 x 6 inches
Collage on two telephones
JDB 096