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Fuller (Gareth Fuller) was born on 1980 in London, United Kingdom, is a British artist known for his intricate drawings and map art of cities and places that he explores. Discover Fuller's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?
|Popular As||Gareth Fuller|
|Age||40 years old|
|Birthplace||London, United Kingdom|
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Fuller Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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Editioned archival prints of Fuller's works have been added to numerous public and prestigious institutional collections. London Town has been acquired by the British Library for the national map collection and by the Museum of London for their permanent collection. Tom Harper, curator of antiquarian maps at the British library called London Town “one of the most personal pieces of cartography I’ve ever seen”.
Duty Paid is a large scale collage work of flattened cigarette boxes. Fuller describes his piece as a “memento-mori”, saying “It’s actually an homage to the tobacco brands because there’s an element of nostalgia there”.
Fuller's map of Beijing was unveiled in April 2018 at the Rosewood Hotel in Beijing's central business district. The artwork then went on public display at ART Beijing, an annual contemporary art fair that takes place at the city's Agricultural Exhibition Center. The artwork, which is simply titled Beijing, measures 1.2m x 1.5m and was drawn with black pigment ink on a cotton museum board.
Fuller first visited Beijing in 2014 for a cycle tour around the Great Wall of China and returned in 2017. He was based in Tongzhou district, researching and drawing the city. Over the course of several months he walked 1,385 kilometres, working his way into the heart of the city from its outermost ring road. This exploration of the city started in May 2017, when he spent 7 days walking approximately 220 km around Beijing's 6th Ring Road. Asked about his preparation for that journey, the artist responded: “The day I left I told a friend I had my flip flops and a bunch of bananas. That was close to the truth! My phone was my navigation tool." The artist created a WeChat group, called #WalkInProgress whose members followed his expedition and shared tips.
Fuller moved to Bristol in 2010 and completed his map of the city in 2014. The artist left one of the several hot air balloons on the artwork blank and publicly solicited opinions from residents of the city as to what they thought should be depicted on it. After many suggestions, Fuller chose to include the Children of the 90s project (ALSPAC). He said it was a "tough decision" but he had chosen Bristol University's "unique" medical research project because "like many other curiosities on the map it contains a story which people share." Lynn Molloy, from Children of the 90s, said: "The Children of the 90s balloon has been an iconic symbol in Bristol for over 20 years, so it's great to see it so firmly 'on the map'." , It is currently on permanent display in Bristol's M Shed Museum.
Fuller's map of London, titled London Town, was drawn over a period of 10 years from 2005 to 2015. It was drawn with black ink on archival board. While drawing, he explored the city by cycling and walking, documented his research with photographs, made extensive notes and studied existing maps. London Town was unveiled in St Pancras railway station clock tower in London in 2015 and has been exhibited at the Royal College of Art, London. London Town has been acquired by the British Library for the national map collection.
Fuller (born 1980) is a British artist known for his intricate drawings and map art of cities and places that he explores. He drafts impressionistic "mind maps" of places where he has lived. Fuller is the pen name of Gareth Fuller of London, England, who was previously known as Gareth Wood. Fuller, who says he has always enjoyed exploring and getting lost, observes contemporary culture and investigates urban existence through his art, while telling stories, provoking conversation and "celebrating the identity of places in all their glory". Fuller became an Irish Citizen in 2018.
Fuller's Bristol map has been acquired by Bristol Museum and Art Gallery for their historical map collection. The aim of this collection is to have a complete series of maps of the city. At present, the earliest map is Hoefnagle's 1581 map of Brightstowe and the latest is Fuller's 2014 map of Bristol.