Nicole Polonsky seeks out marginal and overlooked forms, objects, texts, symbols and media. Her understated, carefully calibrated interventions rearticulate them in new contexts and/or materials.

Nicole has shown extensively throughout her career. Her print After Words I was shortlisted for the neo:printprize 2016. Several pieces of hers were recently included in Public View at Bluecoat, Liverpool. An installation of her screenprints Y not I will be in the Chapel, The House of St Barnabas, London, in 2018.

Nicole gained her BA from the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, University of Oxford, and MA Printmaking from the Royal College of Art. Her work has been featured in art and design publications and the national press. Nicole's limited-edition prints and artist's books are held in special collections including those at the V&A, Chelsea College of Arts, Manchester Metropolitan University, Poetry Library (UK); MACBA (Spain); MoMA (USA). The artist lives and works in London.