Jack Bullen

 Jack Bullen, Artist and founder of Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, is himself a practicing painter and printmaker. His recent work explores the development and interpretation of the theories of Austro- Hungarian Movement Analyst, Rudolph Laban, through an ongoing collaborative project with Italian dance artist, Agnes Lanza, for which he transcribes art historical narratives through choreography, installation and painting.

An alumnus of City & Guilds of London Art School, Jack divides his time between Brocket Gallery London which he co-founded in 2014 as a platform for early to mid-career artists, Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair which he instigated in 2016 as an extension of the gallery’s curatorial programme, and his South East London studio.

Jack Bullen lives in London with his wife and business partner, Lizzie Glendinning and their dog Thora.