Christabel MacGreevy (b. 1991, London) is a graduate of Fine Art from Central Saint Martins and completed her postgraduate diploma from The Royal Drawing School, London. Macgreevy is known for a bold drawing practice with an emphasis on pattern, colour and graphic lines lending itself to an expanded practice which includes collage, printmaking, textiles and more recently, sculpture. MacGreevy’s works explore ideas of memory, identity and the human inclination to transform the significance of the inanimate, or overlooked object into a personal shrine.
Christabel Macgreevy (b.1991) lives and works in London. Macgreevy studied Fine Art at Central Saint Martins, London and Ecole de Beaux Arts, Paris before completing her Postgraduate diploma from The Royal Drawing School, London. Selected solo international exhibitions include Glut, Lamb Arts, London (2018); The Cedar House, Golborne Gallery, London (2017). Selected international group exhibitions and fairs include Falico Magico? Lamb Arts, São Paulo, Brazil (2018); Art Bo, Lamb Arts, Bogotá, Colombia; Juicy Fruit, curated by Antonia Marsh, New York (2017) and Best of the Drawing Year, Christies, London (2017).