Rob & Nicky Carter
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At the heart of every piece is a preoccupation with the limits and form of light and colour
The artistic collaborators, Rob and Nick Carter, are a married couple who live and work in London. Working across many mediums their innovative work employs painting, photography, light installation, neon and film.
Their work has recently become part of the Victoria and Albert Museum's Collection of Photography and was on display in the Permanent Collection, running concurrently with the 'Shadow Catchers' exhibition, 2011. They have had two solo shows at The Museum of Neon Art in LA and their work forms part of their permanent collection. Rob and Nick Carter have shown internationally, including at The Cat Street Gallery in Hong Kong 2010, the 2010 and 2011 Hong Kong International Art Fairs, as well as New York, Los Angeles, Zurich, Geneva and Milan.
Recently Rob and Nick have been commissioned to undertake several large-scale neon installations including 23 Savile Row for D2 Private. In December 2008, Upper Street in Islington was illuminated by the first ever billboard neon art installation 'Read Colours Not Words' commissioned by London Art Fair and created by the Carters in association with The Fine Art Society.