British, born 1970
Terence Haggerty’s large-scale wall drawings create dynamic movement and depth through the repetition of line. Technically precise and visually spare, the works are arresting in their use of color and negative space and are well fitted to the vertical surfaces they occupy. Haggerty is represented by Kuttner Siebert Galerie in Berlin, and had a solo exhibition at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles in 2007.
Haggerty is the recipient of a Wauson Fellowship.