Duncan Bullen British, b. 1960

Duncan Bullen is an artist and academic with a primary interest in drawing. He studied at Great Yarmouth College of Art & Design and then Fine Art at Leeds Polytechnic in the mid 1980s, before completing his MA in Printmaking at the Royal College of Art in 1991.

He was then a recipient of a Rome Scholarship, spending 1991-92 at the British School at Rome. After this he undertook a series of residencies at the Eremo di Santa Caterina, a former hermitage on the Italian Island of Elba, where he held two exhibitions Lumen (with Lorry Eason) in 1998 and Night Prayers in 2004. Other residencies have included the Experimental Printmaking Institute, PA, USA in 2005, Art at Wharpuke, NZ 2011 and at Gordon House, Margate 2018-19. 

Between 2010-20, Duncan collaborated with the composer Jamie Crofts (aka Jim Simm) on Chromatic Fields, first published as an artist book in 2011 and later as a box set CD/DVD, by ANTS records, Roma in 2020.

He has had several solo exhibitions, at the Jill George Galley, London, between 1993-2004 and has participated in many internationally recognised shows in the UK, USA, Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe.  Many of his recent exhibitions, have been through Saturation Point, a curatorial platform for systems, non-objective and reductive art, mainly in the UK.