Mark Cockram


Mark is currently working on a number of projects including taking the book towards fine art, print techniques, ways in which the book can be viewed within the contexts of the exhibition and the public/private collection, the artist book and creating three dimensional, extended book sculptures and formats. It is hoped that this research will lead to a more contemporary way of working with the book, viewing the book: its structure, manipulation and use.

Education
2000-2002 BA (Hons) Book Arts and Crafts, London College of Printing
1996 Fine Binding, S E Asian and Japanese Binding, Studio Livre, Tokyo
1990-1992 Fine Bookbinding and Conservation, Guildford College of Technology
1982-1984 Lincolnshire College of Art and Design

Selected awards
1992 Guildford College of Technology, William Matthews Memorial Award
Worshipful Company of Stationers and News Paper Makers, Zaehnsdorf Ltd, 1st Prize for Bookbinding

Recent exhibitions
2008  Music, Art and Books, North Gallery, Copenhagen.
‘Gorilla/Guerilla Book Arts’, Victoria and Albert Museum.
The Neale M. Albert Collection of Miniature Designer Bindings, John Rylands University Library, Manchester.
'Enchanted' Summer Exhibition, Society of Designer Craftsmen, London
2007  Damme, Belgium
Flow Gallery, London
Grolier Club ,New York
Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo
2006 ‘Beautiful British Books’, Touring exhibition, Japan (also organizer of the exhibition)

Exhibitions

Archive

2008

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