Nicky Hirst has a BA in Fine Art from Maidstone College of Art and MA in Art and Architecture from the Kent Institute of Art and Design. Her solo exhibitions include Indiana is Pink at Clifford Chance (2004), Cell 3 at the Barbican Foyer Gallery (1996), Cordon Sanitaire at the Imperial War Museum (1996) and Perforated Observations for inIVA Archive (1997). She has participated in many group exhibitions in national venues including the Courtauld institute of Art, New Art Gallery Walsall, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, Leeds City Art Gallery and the South London Gallery. Her work is represented in national collections including the Saatchi Gallery, Arts Council England, Arthur Anderson and Clifford Chance. She received an RSA Art for Architecture Award in 1999 to work on the new HIV Unit at the Royal Free Hospital and has worked collaboratively with Associated Architects, Stillman Eastwick-Field Partnership, MacDowell and Benedetti Architects and Hawkins\Brown Architects.
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Nicky Hirst, "Caste", 2003