Edgeworth (b. Brussels 1977) is a painter, printmaker, founder of Black Ivory, author of Shin Detonator and guitarist of Elbow Sisters. He works at his home studio in Muswell Hill, North London.
Since 2013, Edgeworth has been painting once a week with Billy Childish at Billy’s painting studio in Chatham Dockyards. To date they have collaborated on over a hundred 6 foot oil paintings. A small number of these were exhibited in Pushkin House, and in the All-Russian Decorative Art museum in Moscow.
Five albums of Edgeworth’s solo recordings, all released simultaneously in 2018, are available here.
Above photos by Ai Naki

Above photos:
a) Collaboration paintings by Billy Childish, Harry Adams and Edgeworth in Pushkin House, London.
b) Poster for ‘L’ABC de la peinture’ exhibition in Dupont Cafe, Paris.

2017 – L’ABC de la peinture, Dupont Cafe, Paris (with Alejandro M. Parisi and Martín Daiber).
2014 – Our Friend Larionov, Pushkin House, London (with Billy Childish and Harry Adams).
2010 – Exhibition #2, Tate Modern, London (Group show, from The Museum of Everything collection).

Works by Edgeworth are also available on Madge Gill and Billy Childish (scroll down) websites.

Book: Shin Detonator, 2018.
Manifesto: Co-wrote The Founding, Manifesto and Rules of The Other Muswell Hill Stuckists with Charles Thomson. The group held several low-key exhibitions from 2008, before disbanding in 2010.


Edgeworth catalogue raisonne:

This website lists every artwork ever made by Edgeworth (except for collaborations with Billy Childish, of which, only a few are included). They are divided into sub-categories, under the parent category: Art. Any alleged works not found on this website will be formative, rejects, throwaways or fakes.
Musicians can distinguish work, from times they were just sat at home strumming a guitar, trying out songs they later abandon, humming to themselves, tapping a table with a pen or learning to play ‘Chopsticks’. Artists can do the same.

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