Since the artist’s acclaimed series featuring Tupperware in the 1990s, Richard Caldicott has continually challenged photographic codes of representation in favor of new aesthetic and symbolic intentions. Employing traditional analog photography methods, Caldicott imbues his minimalist set of components with rich, vibrant color. The result is stunningly beautiful abstract work that is both self-contained and part of a larger dialogue, with nods to iconic minimalism, Color Field paintings, and pop reappropriation.
Richard Caldicott graduated from the The Royal College of Art in 1987 and currently lives in London.
The David Kronn Collection
Peter C. Ruppert Collection, Museum im Kulturspeicher, Germany
Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas, TX
Goldman Sachs International, London
Kunstmuseum Bonn, Germany
Sir Elton John Collection, Los Angeles/London
Gert Elfering Collection, Miami, FL
Karl Blossfeldt/Albert Renger-Patzch Collection/Ann and Jürgen Wilde, Köln
Fidelity Worldwide Investment, London