Harland Miller

Born: 1964

Hometown: Yorkshire, England

Lives and Works: London, England

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Education: MA Chelsea College of Art, London, England, 1988
BA Chelsea College of Art, London, England, 1987

Harland Miller Bio

About The Artist

Harland Miller is both a writer and an artist, practicing both roles over a peripatetic career in both Europe and America. After living and exhibiting in New York, Berlin, and New Orleans during the 80s and 90s, Miller achieved critical acclaim with his debut novel, Slow down Arthur, Stick to Thirty, (2000). Miller's practice has developed in tandem with his love for books – both as sculptural objects in their own right and as the carriers of humor, irony, and emotion. For over a decade, Miller has been painting fictional covers for imaginary Penguin paperbacks, based on the original color block covers that were used to denote genre.


Courtesy of White Cube.

Harland Miller Gallery Art

Galleries

White Cube, London, England

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