Jeff Robb United Kingdom, b. 1965
Jeff RobbUnnatural Causes 15, 2018Lenticular Photograph115 x 115 cm
45 x 45 in1/9
Jeff RobbTHE MESSENGER, 2016Lenticular Photograph100 x 100 cm
39 x 39 inEdition 4 of 9
Jeff RobbUnnatural Causes 24, 20153D Lenticular print, white wooden frame75 x 75 cm
29.53 x 29.53 in3/12
Jeff RobbAerial #1 , 2014Lenticular Photograph25 x 25 cm
9.84 x 9.84 in1/25
Jeff RobbUnnatural Causes 8, 2014Lenticular Photograph25 x 25 cm
10 x 10 in
Jeff RobbBlue Heart , 2012Lenticular Photograph116 x 86 cm
45.7 x 33.8 inEd. of 9 (3/9)
Jeff RobbGravity #1, 2012Lenticular Photography116 x 86 cm
45.7 x 33.8 in4/9
Jeff RobbHeaven in a Wild Flower 2, 2012Lenticular Photography116 x 86 cm
45.7 x 33.8 in3/9
Jeff RobbUnnatural Causes 24VIII, 2005Lenticular Photograph
49 x 49 cm
19.29 x 19.29 in3/12
Jeff RobbFL-KM12941336 , 2019Lenticular Photograph100 x 100 cm
39.37 x 39.37 inEdition of 9
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"I'm trying to cross the barrier between painting, photography and sculpture…It's a completely undiscovered territory, but I'm trying to push the boundaries of it as a medium."
Born in 1965 in Derbyshire, he lives and works in London, UK.
Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1992 with a Master degree in Fine Art Holography, Robb has continually made art, ceaselessly experimenting with three-dimensional imaging. Shortly after graduating, he was invited to submit a landscape work into the V&A museum’s permanent collection, the first ever hologram artwork to be accessioned by the museum. Robb’s work now features in museums and private collections around the world.
Robb is currently best known for his lenticular photographic work focusing on the female nude and abstract forms in space, which he makes in series. The artist has recently begun to produce bronze sculptures working with the female nude, a subject familiar to him, using cutting-edge modelling technology combined with classical casting techniques. This radical development is typical of Robb’s open experimental approach in making art, using any combination of tools and technology available to him.
In parallel to developing lines of enquiry around the nude and abstraction in his lenticular works, Robb began to work on projects which investigate how we experience sound, and on large-scale kinetic installations for public spaces, museums and galleries. For many, these new directions will at first seem uncharacteristic. Those who are familiar with Robb’s approach and what drives him as an artist will understand the significance of each project for him in testing possibilities with the lenticular medium, and creating new immersive experiences using three-dimensional imaging and cutting-edge technology. This kind of experimental lenticular installations is completely unchartered territory for contemporary artists.
Jeff Robb works in a variety of media including lenticular photography, painting, bronze and silver cast sculpture, reflection and transmission holography, photography, film, laser light and sound installations.
Space FiguresJeff Robb - VIRTUAL EXHIBITION 1 - 30 Apr 2020Cris Contini Contemporary is proud to present Space Figures, a virtual exhibition of lenticular photographs by Jeff Robb. "If everyone looking at my work was, even for an instant, transported into a liminal state, a state of in-between-ness, I’d be delighted. Liminality is a special place of temporary disorientation (of one’s sensory threshold)."
BODY & MINDDavid Begbie and Jeff Robb Sculpture and Photography 22 Mar - 3 May 2020We are very pleased to present the impressive exhibition of sculptor David Begbie and artist Jeff Robb. The body for them is the central theme of their research and development. The first contact for every human is being in touch with himself and his own body. This is how our body consciousness develops. The body envelops our self and helps us to get in touch with the outside world. Discover more
Jeff Robb | ThresholdJeff Robb presents his new series "Threshold" June 25, 2021Jeff Robb is best known for his lenticular photographic work focusing on the female nude and abstract forms in space, which he makes in series. The artist devotes himself to the feminine form, in particular to the countless permutations of body / composition, facial expression and light, emphasised by the nakedness or semi-nakedness of the subjects. His suspended female nudes emerge from the bottom as marble sculptures, both full-length and non-full-length. Classical angels and maenads are clearly evoked in these figures, with a reference to the shadows and images of...