Glenn is a painter, printmaker, film-maker and collagist. His art covers a broad range of subject matter, but at its core is always a vision, realised through various representational forms, addressing the enigma of what it is to be human.
After many years spent as a BBC and freelance scenographer and scene painter, Glenn Ibbitson works as a professional painter and film-maker, based in west Wales.
Glenn has shown work in London, New York, San Francisco, Kyoto and Dortmund. His work is in private collections across five continents.
Glenn is a member of Studio75 and has participated in many of the studio's projects. In 2011 he exhibited drawings in “The Draftsman”, collages in “Rip it Up!” and “CONSIGNMENT”, a solo show of paintings and prints In 2012 Glenn screened his new film “Tatsuko” and exhibited Tatsuko a collection of drawings connected to (and featured in) the film along with a published book (Nant Studios 2012) of the same name.
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GLENN IBBITSON "CONSIGNMENT"
STUDIO 75 is very proud to present our first solo show, by the painter Glenn Ibbitson.
exhibition view | photo: Glenn Ibbitson
‘CONSIGNMENT @ STUDIO75’
is a selection from an ongoing project of painting, print and film on the theme of human trafficking and extraordinary rendition.
Boxed, labelled, despached. Units in batches; humanity as mere commodity. Article