Cork, Richard (Graham)
CORK, Richard (Graham)
CORK, Richard (Graham). British, b. 1947. Genres: Art/Art history. Career: Art Critic, Evening Standard, London, 1969-77, 1980-83; Ed., Studio International, London, 1975-79; Art Critic, The Listener, London, 1984-90; Slade Professor of Fine Art, Cambridge University, 1989-90; Chief Art Critic, The Times, London, 1991-2001; Henry Moore Senior Research Fellow at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, 1992-95; Art Critic, The New Statesman, 2003-. Member, Art Advisory Group, South Bank Board, London, 1987-93; Trustee, Public Art Development Trust, 1988-96; Member, British Council Visual Art Committee, 1992-96; Chairman of Visual Arts Panel, Arts Council of England, 1995-98; Member, Advisor Council, Paul Mellon Centre; Syndic of Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. Publications: Vorticism and Abstract Art in the First Machine Age, 2 vols., 1975 and 1976; The Social Role of Art, 1979; Art Beyond the Gallery in Early 20th Century England, 1985; David Bomberg, 1987; (with E. Rosenberg) Architect's Choice, 1992; A Bitter Truth: Avant-Garde Art and the Great War, 1994; Bottle of Notes: Claes Oldenburg/Coosje van Bruggen, 1997; Jacob Epstein, 1999; Everything Seemed Possible: Art in the 1970s, 2003; New Spirit, New Sculpture, New Money: Art in the 1980s, 2003; Breaking down the Barriers: Art in the 1990s, 2003; Annus Mirabilis? Art in the Year 2000, 2003. Address: 24 Milman Rd, London NW6 6EG, England.