Professor Fran Lloyd

School: School of Critical Studies and Creative Industries
Position: Professor of Art History; Associate Dean

Biography

Fran Lloyd is Professor of Art History, Director of the Visual & Material Culture Research Centre and Associate Dean for Research and Enterprise in the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture. She graduated from the University of Manchester with a BA (Hons) in the History of Art and was awarded a Master of Arts for her study of Kasimir Malevich and the birth of Suprematism, funded by the British Academy, and was awarded a British Academy scholarship to study at the Moscow Institute of Art History. She subsequently completed a PhD at Manchester on 'The Emergence of New British Sculpture, 1979-1982' which focused on the cultural and economic conditions that facilitated the construction of a national grouping of artists, trained in the British art Schools in the 1970s, who entered an international arena in the early 1980s.

Professor Lloyd has published widely on contemporary and modern visual culture, and has over 15 years experience of collaborating on a variety of international interdisciplinary creative arts projects across the museums and galleries sector. A recent DAAD Fellow and Japan Foundation Fellow, her research has been funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, and the British Council, amongst others. She is currently researching émigré artists in postwar Britain and is co-leading a research project on the history, practice and pedagogy of Kingston School of Art, London, funded by the Henry Moore Foundation.

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Research expertise

Lloyd's research engages with the history and practice of modern and contemporary art with a particular focus on artistic networks and transnational encounters and the production and reception of sculpture and performance. Her recent publications include the first study of The Picker House Sculpture Collection in the co-authored volume The Picker House and Collection: A Late 1960s Home for Art & Design (Philip Wilson/I.B.Tauris, 2013); Kurt Schwitters: Responses to Place (Isle of Man, 2013), focussing on his work during his internment in Hutchinson Camp on the Isle of Man and Ernst Eisenmayer: Art Beyond Exile (Austrian Cultural Forum, London, 2012).

Teaching areas & responsibilities

Modern and Contemporary Art
Postgraduate Research Training
Research and Enterprise

Professional activity

  • 2014 - presentTECHNE, Doctoral Training Partnership, AHRC
  • 2014 - presentCo-Director of London Doctoral Design Centre, AHRC
  • 2012 - presentREF External Advisor, University of Northumbria
  • 2012 - presentKingston Museum Steering, HLF project
  • 2012 - presentChairs Forum, London Visual Arts, Arts Council England
  • 2012 - presentReviewer: Austrian Science Foundation
  • 2011 - presentSteering Committee of AHRC funded Skills Development for Design Practice (RCA, University if the Arts, London and Kingston University)
  • 2010 - 2013AHRC Specialist Advisor
  • 2009 - presentChair of The Stanley Picker Gallery Management Group
  • 2007 - 2010AHRC/ESRC Religion & Society, Commissioning Panel Member
  • 2005 - presentReviewer for publication proposals for Yale University Press (New York & London); University of Florida (Florida); Manchester University Press (Manchester and New York); Berghahn Books (London & New York); Continuum (London & New York) and journals of Art History, Feminist Theory, Visual Culture in Britain and Women's History (USA).
  • 2004 - 2010AHRC Peer Review College
  • 2004 - present
  • 2004 - presentPublic Monuments and Sculpture Association Steering Group
  • 2003 - 2009Steering Committee of RX - History of Art Research Exchange (9 UK Universities)

Educational and professional qualifications

  • 1993PhD 'The Emergence of New British Sculpture, 1979-1982', University of Manchester
  • 1975MA by Research in the History of Art University of Manchester
  • 1974BA(Hons) in the History of Art University of Manchester

Conferences & events

Recent invited lectures and keynotes:

Invited paper at Rethinking dumb type and the birth of new media dramaturgy, International Research Center "Interweaving Performance Cultures" Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, 2-4 April 2013

The Politics of the Social in Contemporary Art, Tate Modern, 15 February 2013

'From UK to GDR: Forgotten Transcultural Histories, Kurt Weiler and the birth of Animation for Children 1950-1965', Trans (formations) Research Series Seminar, University of Bangor, Wales 12 December 2012

'Inside and Out: Stanley Picker's Sculpture Collection, c.1960-1980', Picker House Museum, London, November 2012

'Dora Gordine, Elisabeth Frink, Barbara Hepworth: Women Sculptors in Britain 1948-1965, for Modernistic Woman in Art: Dora Gordine (1895-1991) and Her Time, in collaboration with Academy of Finland, KUMU, The Estonian Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia, 1 June 2012

'Ernst Eisenmayer Public Sculpture', Austrian Cultural Forum London, 15 March 2012

'Looking Forward: Yoshiko Shimada's Strategies of Feminist Engagement and Transnational Collaborations in and out of Japan' Second Annual Feminist Art History Conference, American University in collaboration with National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C., Washington, 4-6 November 2011

'In Conversation with Yoshiko Shimada and Soni Kum', Japan Foundation, London, 27 January 2012

Art, Performance & Activism in Contemporary Japan: the work of Chikako Yamashiro and Soni Kum', Research Seminar Series, Barber Institute of Art History, Birmingham University, 19 January 2012

'Dora Gordine and Women Sculptors, Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, West Sussex, 24 November 2011

Tadasu TAKAMINE in discussion with Fran Lloyd on occasion of exhibition at IKON Gallery, Birmingham and design for opera at Royal Opera House London in UK, Japan Foundation, July 2011

'Forging Artistic and Literary Careers in Exile: Ernst Eisenmayer, Erich Fried and Kurt Weiler in 1940s Britain' in Networks of Exile - Artistic Interconnection, Interdisciplinary Exchange and Patronage after 1933, International Conference organised by Institut für Kunstgeschichte at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich Center for Advanced Studies, LMU, Munich, 12-14 November 2010

Keynote (with Dr. Noha Mellor) 'The Role of Art and Culture in International Relations', in EUROMED 29th Information and Training Seminar for Euro-Med Diplomats, MEDAC Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies University of Malta, funded by The European Commission, 22-25 October 2010
www.euromed-seminars.org.mt/seminar29/programme.htm

Keynote: 'Creative Spaces: Arab Women Artists in London', Arab Creative Women, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, Kingston University in partnership with the Anna Lindh Foundation, Kingston University, London, 15-16 April 2010

Invited Talks: Ernst Eisenmayer: Recollections of Internment', 9 April 2010; 'Unexpected Encounters: Ernst Eisenmayer Artist & Writer', The Sayle Gallery, Douglas, Isle of Man, 10 April 2010

Invited Presentation at Old Houses, New Visions: Research Collaborations, Leighton House Museum, London, 25 March 2010

Invited Speaker, Listening to the Past: Oral History as a Resource, co-covened by Sander Gilman and S Behr, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, 30 January 2009

Refereed Paper, 'The Cityscape as a Site of Resistance: Ernst Eisenmayer's Representations of Wartime and Postwar London', Transnationalism and Visual Culture in Britain: Émigrés and Migrants, 1933 to 1956, University of Northumbria, 9-11 September 2009

Invited Speaker, 'Bodies that matter: Critical reflections in Uncertain times' and Roundtable Discussion with artist Yomoko Tomoko, Out of the ordinary/extraordinary Symposium, accompanying opening of Japan Foundation exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Photography, Millais Gallery, Southampton Solent University, 29 April 2009

Screening and Roundtable Discussion of Ernst Eisenmayer in Interview with Fran Lloyd and The Beekeeper by artist and filmmaker Sara Preibsch, The Ben Uri Gallery, The Jewish Museum in London, 19 April 2009

Screening and research presentation on Ernst Eisenmayer in Interview with Fran Lloyd Émigré Voices, Study Day, The Imperial War Museum, 8 April 2009

Invited Speaker, 'Life After Dachau? Ernst Eisenmayer' for 'Cosmopolitan Stories' Symposium hosted by Centre for Life Narratives, Dorich House Museum, 4 March 2009

Invited Speaker - 'Historic Steps: Elisabeth Frink's 'Desert Quartet' - a precedent for listing of public sculpture less than thirty years old?' in Vulnerable Modernism, symposium at the Henry Moore Institute, 24 October 2008

Sound Recordings:

BBC News, Kurt Schwitters island internment camp exhibited, interview, Broadcast 9 October 2013

"Louder Than Bombs" Art, Action & Activism, 7 Weeks, 7 residencies, 7 Ways to Activate Change, 8 February - 27 March 2010, Stanley Picker Gallery in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency, London. Audio discussion with curators, David Falkner (Kingston University), Lois Keidan (LADA), Fran Lloyd, DVD, 1 hr 06 mins

Manx TV, Cultural show, interview on Wednesday 4 April, 2 part interview broadcast on Wednesday 11 April & Weds 18 April 2012

Manx Radio, interview on Thursday 5 April, Broadcast 10 - 15 April, 2012

BBC Radio 4 'Lyrical Journey', recorded July 2011, Representations of Clapham Junction, Broadcast September 28 Radio 4

BBC Interview with Nick Higham, Recorded Wednesday 7April 2010, internment on the Isle of Man, broadcast 10-14 April 2010

BBC World Service, Araki, recorded 13 October 2005; broadcast on The Ticket, 14-15th October

Ernst Eisenmayer in Interview with Fran Lloyd, December 2008 Vienna, 30min film: commissioned for exhibition, Forced Journeys, Artists in Exile, Ben Uri, The London Jewish Museum of Art, 21 January-19 April 2009; screened at re-curated exhibition of Forced Journeys, at The Sayle Gallery, Isle of Man 9 April - 23 May 2010 and Williamson Art Gallery and Museum, Birkenhead, Liverpool 16 June - 25 July 2010

Kurt Weiler in Interview with Fran Lloyd, Berlin September 2011, 30 min film: released April 2012, screened at Ernst Eisenmayer: Art Beyond Exile, Sayle Gallery,Douglas Isle of Man, 5 April - 10 May 2012

Recent Conferences/Symposium Convened:
'New Perspectives on Post War Art in Britain: Cross-cultural engagements', Speakers: Jonathan Black (Kingston University), Emma Chambers (Tate Britain), Käthe Deutsch (artist), Sarah MacDougall (Ben Uri, The London Jewish Museum of Art), Marian Malet (Research Centre for German & Austrian Exile Studies, Institute of Germanic and Romanic Studies, University of London), Andrew Stephenson (University of East London), Jutta Vinzent (University of Birmingham), Daniel Zec (Gallery of Fine Arts, Osijek, Croatia and Henry Moore Institute, Leeds), Austrian Cultural Forum, London, 16 March 2012

'The Noblest Form Demands Strenuous Labour': Women Sculptors, 1600–present', Panel Convenor with Amy Mechowski, Assistant Curator of Sculpture, Victoria and Albert Museum, Association of Art Historians, 37th AAH Annual Conference, University of Warwick, 31 March – 2 April 2011

Dialogues with Place Symposium, Convened with Rebecca Jennison (Kyoto Seika University), Kyoto Art Center, 21 September 2010. Speakers: artists Oh Haji, Soni Kum, Áine Phillips, Yoshiko Shimada; Professor Lee Chongwha (Seikei University, Tokyo), Matsuo Megumi (Director VOICE Gallery Kyoto) and Yasuko Ikeuchi (Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto)

7th International Colloquium Exploring the Edge of Trauma, Co-organiser Professor Lieve Spaas, Kingston University in association with University of Debrecen and McMasters University, Canada, West Dean, 13-16 May 2010

'Exhilarating Energies From The East: The Impact of Artist-Émigrés from Eastern Europe on British Culture, 1900-1950's'; Speakers included Dr. Richard Cork and Professor Steven Mansbach (University of Maryland), Dr. Jutta Vinzent (University of Birmingham), Sarah MacDougall (Ben Uri, London). Co-convenor Dr. Black, Visual & Material Culture Research Centre, 26-27 February 2009

Series of 3 international symposia as part of The Art of Intervention: Intersections of Private & Public Memory, a Research Collaboration between Japan (Kyoto Seika University) & London (Kingston University) funded by British Council, PM 12 & Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation. Partnership. Co-convened with Professor Rebecca Jennison, Kyoto-Seika University, Kyoto

(i) Why S/N now? Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto, Japan, 10 January 2009. Speakers: Bubu De Madelaine (Artist, Coordinator Of Dista), Naoko Miyaji (Psychoanalyst, Hitotsubashi University), Takagamine (Artist, Kyoto Zokei University), Yoko Takatani (Dumb Type, Company Manager), Sohei Yamada (Urban Sociologist, Aids Prevention Foundation), Satoru Takahashi (Artist/Kyoto City College Of The Arts), Sohei Yamada (Urban Sociologist, Aids Prevention Foundation & Kyoto Seika), Shinya Yamaki (Kyoto Seika University), Cho Yukio (Artist/Activist), Fran Lloyd, Rebecca Jennison Yoshiko Shimada

(ii)The art of intervention: critical perspectives on the intersections of private and public memory, Kingston University 14 February 2009. Speakers: Stephen Barber, Rachel Davies, Chris Horrocks, Carol Mancke, Alice Maude-Roxby, Yoshiko Shimada, Bubu de la Madelaine, Rebecca Jennison

(iii) Love Song for the Future? Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto, Japan, 21 November 2009
Speakers: Lois Keidan (Live Art Development Agency, London), Kasahara Michiko (Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography), Rebecca Jennison, Bubu de Madelaine (Artist), Kikuchi Osamu (photographer, Tokyo), Yamada Sohei (Kyoto Seika University), Fujita Atsushi Cho Yukio (Artist/Activist), Shimada Yoshiko (Artist, Visiting Research Fellow Kingston University, London), Alice Maude-Roxby (Kingston University), Fran Lloyd, Shinya Yamaki (Kyoto)
Sculpture and Beyond: Encounters Through the Art School, in association with Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, Visual and Material Culture Research Centre, Kingston University, 9 November 2007

Muybridge in Kingston: Invited Symposium: Keynote speakers: Professor Marta Braun (Ryerson University, Toronto); Philip Brookman (Corcoran Gallery, Washington), Mark Haworth-Booth (V&A Museum), Michael Harvey (National Media Museum, Bradford) Co-convenor David Falkner, Director of The Stanley Picker Gallery, 2007

Exhibitions

Recent Curated Exhibitions:

Lloyd, Fran, Kurt Schwitters Responses to Place, The Sayle Gallery, Douglas Isle of Man, 27 September – 27 October 2013
First one-person exhibition of Schwitters' work in Douglas, the site of his internment as an 'enemy alien' after fleeing from Nazi Germany and Nazi occupied Norway. Exhibition marks the 65th anniversary of his death in Kendal and commemorates his internment on the Isle of Man during World War Two. Twenty-five Schwitters' works; 16 by fellow Hutchinson internees (1940-1941): Bruno Ahrends, Ernst M. Blensdorf, Hermann Fechenbach, Erich Kahn, Johann Schreiner, Fritz Solomonski, Hellmuth Weissenborn, and Fred Uhlman; drawings, letters and photographs exploring camp life.

Funded by Isle of Man Arts Council and Manx Heritage Foundation and part of Isle of Man's Island of Culture: 2014 Works loaned by Tate; the Sprengel Museum, Hannover; Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, Cumbria, Armitt Museum and Library in Ambleside; the Hatton Gallery, Great North Museum, University of Newcastle; IWM (Imperial War Museum); the Manx Museum, Douglas, and private collections. Accompanying public engagement programmes: 20 events.

Ernst Eisenmayer: Art Beyond Exile, Austrian Cultural Forum, London, 2 Feb-23 March 2012
First retrospective exhibition in the UK of the Viennese-born artist Ernst Eisenmayer (born 1920): Over 100 works: paintings, sculpture, drawings and filmed interview with artist. Re-curated with additional internment drawings at Sayle Gallery, Douglas Isle of Man, 5 April-10 May 2012, funded by Manx Arts Council

Accompanying publication: Ernst Eisenmayer, Unpublished Writings, Occasions 13, Austrian Cultural Forum London, 36pp, ISBN 978-0-955229-5-6

Accompanying events programme, London: Curator's Talk, 2 February 2012
Engaging Encounters: Readings from Ernst Eisenmayer's unpublished writings, 23 February
Screening of His Majesty's Most Loyal Enemy Aliens, 1 March 2012
Ernst Eisenmayer's Public Sculpture, 15 March 2012

Accompanying events programme: Isle of Man
'Curator's Talk', 7 April 2012; 8 April 2012; 9 May 2012, 10 May 2012
Eisenmayer and World War Two; 2 School Workshops, Curriculum Project, Level 9, 10 May 2012

Art, Performance & Activism - Contemporary Japanese Art, Pump House Gallery, London
17 January-26 February 2012; Artists: Dumb Type, Furuhashi Teiji, Bubu de la Madelaine and Yamada Sohei, Soni Kum, Chikako Yamashiro, Yoshiko Shimada, funded by POLA, British Council and Japan Foundation
Exhibition Guide: Art, Performance & Activism in Contemporary Japan, 16pp, 2012

Accompanying Public Engagement Programme:
Curators' Talk & Exhibition Tour, 17 January 2012 Curators' Talk & Exhibition Tour, 17 January 2012
Artist Workshop: 'Drawing as One' with artist Yoshiko Shimada, 22 January 2012
Artist Talk: Yoshiko Shimada, 22 January 2012
Artist Workshop and Performance: Soni Kum, 19 February 2012
Artist Talk: Soni Kum, 19 February 2012
Film Screenings, curated by Eliza Tan, 4-5 February 2012

Life with Art, Fleur Gallery, Kyoto, 24 September – 23 October 2010
Artists: Furuhashi Teiji and DumbType, Cho Yukio, Takamine, Bubu de la Madelaine and Yamada Sohei; Co-curated with Shinya Yamaki (Kyoto Seika University) & Rebecca Jennison (Kyoto Seika University), funded by POLA, British Council and Japan Foundation
Art of Intervention Now: London-Kyoto, Fleur Gallery, Kyoto, 24 September – 23 October 2010; Artists: Áine Phillips, Yoshiko Shimada, Ansuman Biswas, Sean Burn, Alex Chase White, Stacy Makishi, Alice Maude-Roxby, Steven Levon Ounanian & Thomas Thwaites, Prick Your Finger, The Vacuum Cleaner; Fran Lloyd co-curator with Rebecca Jennison, Kyoto, funded by POLA, British Council and Japan Foundation. Accompanying Public Engagement Programme

Dialogues with Place, 13-17 September 2010, Áine Phillips Artist workshop, Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto, 21 September 2010, Kyoto Art Center, Live art performance Áine Phillips 'Lost Runway Kyoto' supported by Culture Ireland, Lloyd, F., & Rebecca Jennison co-curators


Consultancy

Steering Group Kingston Museum, HLF Project 2011-present

Live Art Development Agency, London 2010-present

Knowledge Catalyst: Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC); 'Eadweard Muybridge: Defining Modernities' http://www.eadweardmuybridge.co.uk/
Launch of Muybridge Portal, Press Launch & Symposium, BFI, Southbank, 21 May 2010
Project leaders: Fran Lloyd & Peta Cook, Curator of Kingston Museum, Fellow: Alexandre Reynolds.

Expert Witness working with English Heritage, 20th Century Society & Public Monuments & Sculpture Association to secure successful Grade 11 Listed Status for Elizabeth Frink sculpture (The Desert Quartet, Worthing). First time public work under 30 years old accorded this status, DMCS, 503260, Listed 11 May 2007.

Grants, funding and awards

  • 2016Awarded £56,500 from the Heritage Lottery Fund for: 140 years of Kingston School of Art
  • 2013 - presentHenry Moore Foundation, Archive KSA
  • 2012 - 2013Culture Ireland Grant, Art of Collaboration with Aine Phillips
  • 2011DAAD Fellowship Award, Ernst Eisenmayer and Kurt Weiler Project
  • 2011 - 2012Stanley Picker Trust Award, The Picker House Research Project
  • 2011 - 2012POLA Foundation Exhibition Award, Tokyo, The Art of Intervention
  • 2011 - 2012Austrian Cultural Forum Exhibition Grant, Ernst Eisenmayer, Art Beyond Exile
  • 2011 - 2012Isle of Man Arts Council Exhibition Grant, Ernst Eisenmayer, Art Beyond Exile
  • 2011 - 2012KUMU Scholars Grant, The Estonian Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia
  • 2011 - 2012Japan Society Grant, The Art of Intervention
  • 2010
  • 2010Saisson Foundation Award, The Art of Intervention
  • 2010Kyoto Seika International Exhibition Award, The Art of Intervention
  • 2010Japan Foundation Fellowship, Research on Dumb Type
  • 2010 - 2011Culture Ireland Grant, The Lost Runway, Kyoto
  • 2010 - 2011Japan Foundation Endowment Committee Grant
  • 2010 - 2011Japan Foundation Award, Art, Performance & Activism, Pump House Gallery, London
  • 2009 - 2010Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation Award
  • 2009 - 2010Paul Mellon Publication Grant, Public Monuments & Sculpture
  • 2009 - 2010Arts & Humanities Research Council Knowledge Catalyst, Eadweard Muybridge Portal
  • 2008 - 2010British Council Research Collaboration PM2 Award, The Art of Intervention, co-partner Professor Rebecca Jennison, Kyoto Seika University, Japan
  • 2008 - 2009Henry Moore Foundation Grant, Dora Gordine
  • 2007 - 2008Paul Mellon Publication Grant, Dora Gordine
  • 2006 - 2007The Arts & Humanities Research Council, Collaborative Research Training Scheme
  • 2004 - 2008The Arts & Humanities Research Council Dissemination Grant
  • 2004 - 2005Japan Foundation Endowment Committee Grant
  • 2004 - 2005The Arts & Humanities Research Board, Collaborative Doctoral Research TrainingRX
  • 2004 - 2008The Arts & Humanities Research Board, The artistic practice of Dora Gordine FRBS (1898-1991): Paris, Singapore and postwar £98,000 America and Britain
  • 2003 - 2004Rootstein Hopkins Capital Grant
  • 2002 - 2003Arts Council, Japan Foundation, Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation Award, Tokyo GlamRock (exhibition, symposium & publication)
  • 2001 - 2004Arts Council, London Arts Board, Visiting Arts, Japan Foundation, GB-Sasakawa Foundation, Sex and Consumerism: Contemporary Art in Japan (exhibition, symposium & publication)
  • 2001 - 2002The Arts & Humanities Research Board, Sex and Consumerism: Contemporary Art in Japan
  • 2001 - 2003HEFCE, Globalising Art, Architecture & Design History
  • 2001 - 2002The Arts & Humanities Research Board, Public Sculpture & Monuments Outer South West London
  • 2001British Academy Conference Grant, Japan Foundation, Celebration & Contradiction: Contemporary Japanese Art & Design, Tate Britain

Research groups & programmes

Research supervision

External research supervision

  • 2014 External Examiner PhD
    Courtauld Institute, London
  • 2013 External Examiner, PhD
    University of the Punjab, Lahore
  • 2012 - pres External Examining, MA History of Art
    University of Birmingham
  • 2012 Professorial Panel
    University of East London
  • 2012 External Examiner, PhD
    University of Birmingham
  • 2012 External Examiner, PhD
    University of the Punjab, Lahore
  • 2012 External Examiner, PhD
    Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, Kingston University
  • 2011 External Examiner, PhD
    University of Granada
  • 2011 Periodic Programme/Departmental Review
    Department of Visual Culture, Goldsmiths, University of London
  • 2010
  • 2010 External Evaluator, Post of Professor, Fine Art
    University College of Art & Design, University of the Punjab, Pakistan
  • 2010 External Examiner, PhD
    Department of Fine Arts of Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India
  • 2009 - 2010 External Supervisor for dissertation
    MA in Cultural Memory, Institute of Germanic & Romance Studies, University of London
  • 2009 External Examiner, PhD
    University of the Arts London, Camberwell School of Art
  • 2009 - 2011 External Examiner, PhD
    University of the Arts London, Chelsea College of Art
  • 2008 - 2011 External Examiner, MA Fine Art (History/Theory)
    Slade School of Art, University of London
  • 2006 - 2009 External Examiner, BA(Hons) History of Art
    University of Reading

Publications

Number of items: 40.

Article

Lloyd, Fran (2010) Revisiting Arab women's diasporic art practices in 1990s London. Viewpoints, 6, pp. 10-13.

Lloyd, Fran (2001) Arab women artists: issues of representation and gender in contemporary British visual culture. Visual Culture in Britain, 2(2), pp. 1-15. ISSN (print) 1471-4787

Lloyd, Fran (1999) Embodiment and performing the 'Self' in contemporary Algerian art: Houria Niati and Zineb Sedira. Journal of Algerian Studies, 4 & 5, pp. 59-78. ISSN (print) 1362-9417

Book

Knifton, Robert and Lloyd, Fran (2015) Kingston School of Art: 140 years, 1875-2015. Kingston upon Thames, U.K. : Kingston University. 84p. ISBN 9781907684289

Lloyd, Fran (2013) Kurt Schwitters: responses to place. Douglas, Isle of Man, U.K. : The Sayle Gallery. 59p. ISBN 9781907684258

Black, Jonathan , Falkner, David , Fisher, Fiona , Lloyd, Fran , Preston, Rebecca and Sparke, Penny, eds. (2013) Picker House and collection: a late 1960s home for art and design. London, U.K. : Philip Wilson. 211p. ISBN 9781781300053

Lloyd, Fran (2012) Art beyond exile: Ernst Eisenmayer. London, U.K. : Austrian Cultural Forum. 63p. ISBN 9781907684142

Lloyd, Fran, Potkin, Helen and Thackara, Davina (2011) Public sculpture of Outer South and West London. Liverpool, U.K. : Liverpool University Press. 404p. (Public sculpture of Britain) ISBN 9781846312250

Lloyd, Fran and Black, Jonathan (2009) Subtlety and strength: the drawings of Dora Gordine. London, U.K. : Philip Wilson Publishers. 93p. ISBN 9780856676758

Lloyd, Fran, ed. (2002) Consuming bodies: sex and contemporary Japanese art. London : Reaktion. 224p. ISBN 1861891474

Lloyd, Fran, ed. (2001) Displacement & difference. London, U.K. : Saffron Books. 209p. ISBN 1872843220

Lloyd, Fran, ed. (2001) Displacement & difference: contemporary Arab visual culture in the diaspora. London, UK : Saffron Books. 209p. ISBN 1872843220

Lloyd, Fran and Roberts, Melanie, eds. (2001) Sex & consumerism: contemporary art in Japan. Brighton, UK : University of Brighton. 128p. ISBN 1901177424

Lloyd, Fran and O'Brien, Catherine, eds. (2000) Secret spaces, forbidden places: rethinking culture. New York, USA; Oxford, UK : Berghahn Books. 298p. (Polygons: cultural diversities and intersections) ISBN 1571817891

Lloyd, Fran, ed. (1999) Contemporary Arab women's art: dialogues of the present. London, UK : Women's Art Library. 258p. ISBN 1902770005

Lloyd, Fran, ed. (1997) From the interior: female perspectives on figuration: 'East meets West'. Kingston-upon-Thames, U.K. : Kingston University Press. 96p. ISBN 1899999043

Lloyd, Fran, ed. (1993) Deconstructing Madonna. London, U.K. : B.T. Batsford. 128p. (Batsford Cultural Studies) ISBN 0713474025

Book Section

Lloyd, Fran (2017) Becoming artists : Ernst Eisenmayer, Kurt Weiler and Refugee Support Networks in Wartime Oxford. In: Crawford, Sally , Ulmschneider, Katharina and Elsner, Jas', (eds.) Ark of civilization : refugee scholars and Oxford University, 1930-1945. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199687558 (In Press)

Lloyd, Fran (2013) The Picker House sculpture collection. In: Black, Jonathan , Falkner, David , Fisher, Fiona , Lloyd, Fran , Preston, Rebecca and Sparke, Penny, (eds.) The Picker House and collection: a late 1960's home for art and design. London, U.K. : Philip Wilson. pp. 133-170. ISBN 9781781300053

Lloyd, Fran (2012) Introduction. In: Lloyd, Fran, (ed.) Ernst Eisenmayer: unpublished writings. London, U.K. : Austrian Cultural Forum. pp. 7-8. (Occasions) ISBN 9780955522956

Lloyd, Fran (2011) Forging artistic careers in exile: Ernst Eisenmayer and Kurt Weiler in 1940s Britain. In: Dogramaci, Burcu and Wimmer, Karin, (eds.) Netzwerke des Exils: Kunstlerische Verflechtungen, Austausch und Patronage nach 1933. Berlin, Germany : Gebruder Mann Verlag. pp. 243-260. ISBN 9783786126584

Lloyd, Frances (2011) Making connections: the Ishq series, new work by Rahat Naveed Masud. In: Masud, Rahat Naveed, (ed.) The Ishq series. Lahore, Pakistan. : Ejaz Galleries.

Lloyd, Fran (2009) Ernst Eisenmayer: a modern Babel. In: MacDougall, Sarah and Dickson, Rachel, (eds.) Forced journeys: artists in exile in Britain c.1933-45. London, U.K. : Ben Uri Gallery, The London Jewish Museum of Art. pp. 64-73. ISBN 9780900157134

Lloyd, Fran (2008) Modern sculpture: Gordine and her contemporaries. In: Black, Jonathan and Martin, Brenda, (eds.) Dora Gordine; sculptor, artist, designer. London, UK : Philip Wilson. pp. 73-91. ISBN 9780856676444

Lloyd, Fran (2007) Pivotal practices: engaging with the work of Carl Plackman. In: Wood, John, (ed.) Carl Plackman: sculpture, drawing, writing. Huddersfield, UK : Huddersfield Art Gallery. pp. 24-26. ISBN 9780900746901

Lloyd, Fran (2003) Martin Naylor. In: Curtis, Penelope , Withey, Matthew , Wood, Jon , Worsley, Victoria and Raine, Denise, (eds.) Sculpture in 20th-century Britain. Leeds, U.K. : Henry Moore Institute. pp. 251-253. ISBN 1900081040

Lloyd, Fran (2002) Layers of meaning: veiling/unveiling. In: Day, Glen, (ed.) FOLD: drapery in contemporary visual culture. Leicester, U.K. : The City Gallery. pp. 10-13. ISBN 0954321111

Lloyd, Fran (2002) Strategic interventions in contemporary Japanese art. In: Lloyd, Fran, (ed.) Consuming bodies: sex and contemporary Japanese art. London, UK : Reaktion Books. pp. 69-108. ISBN 1861891474

Lloyd, Fran (2001) Introduction: images, disporas and difference. In: Lloyd, Fran, (ed.) Displacement & difference: contemporary Arab visual culture in the diaspora. London, U.K. : Saffron Books. pp. 11-23. ISBN 1872843220

Lloyd, Fran (2001) Re-making ourselves: art, memories and materialities. In: Lloyd, Fran, (ed.) Displacement & difference: contemporary Arab visual culture in the diaspora. London, UK : Saffron Books. pp. 81-155. ISBN 1872843220

Lloyd, Fran (2000) Making spaces visible: Alison Wilding's early sculpture. In: Lloyd, Fran and O'Brien, Catherine, (eds.) Secret spaces, forbidden places: rethinking culture. New York, USA; Oxford, UK : Berghahn Books. pp. 231-245. (Polygons: cultural diversities and intersections) ISBN 1571817891

Lloyd, Fran (2000) Painting. In: Carson, Fiona and Pajaczkowska, Claire, (eds.) Feminist Visual Culture. Edinburgh, UK : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 37-54. ISBN 0748610464

Lloyd, Fran (1999) Cross-cultural dialogues: identities, contexts and meanings. In: Lloyd, Fran, (ed.) Contemporary Arab women's art: dialogues of the present. London, UK : Women's Art Library. pp. 12-50. ISBN 1902770005

Lloyd, Fran (1997) An introduction: crossing boundaries. In: LLoyd, Fran, (ed.) From the interior: female perspectives on figuration: 'East meets West'. Kingston-upon-Thames, U.K. : Kingston University Press. pp. 11-13. ISBN 1899999043

Lloyd, Fran (1993) Introduction. In: Lloyd, Fran, (ed.) Deconstructing Madonna. London, U.K. : B.T. Batsford. pp. 9-15. (Batsford Cultural Studies) ISBN 0713474025

Lloyd, Fran (1993) The changing images of Madonna. In: Lloyd, Fran, (ed.) Deconstructing Madonna. London, U.K. : B.T. Barnsford. pp. 35-48. (Batsford Cultural Studies) ISBN 0713474025

Conference or Workshop Item

Barber, Stephen and Lloyd, Fran (2014) Challenging the frames of performance: memory, trauma and activism in the multimedia and interdisciplinary performance practices of dumb type in 1990's Japan. In: Trauma and Utopia: Interactions in Post-War and Contemporary Art in Asia; 09-10 Oct 2014, Tokyo, Japan. (Unpublished)

Exhibition

Lloyd, Fran [Curator of an exhibition] (2013) Kurt Schwitters: responses to place. .

Lloyd, Fran [Curator of an exhibition] (2012) Ernst Eisenmayer: art beyond exile. Ernst Eisenmayer: Art Beyond Exile. .

Moving Image/Broadcast

Lloyd, Fran [Interviewer] (2008) Ernst Eisenmayer in interview with Fran Lloyd: Vienna December 2008. (DVD).

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Kurt Schwitters: Responses to Place, 2013
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Public Sculpture of Outer South and West London, Vol. 13, Liverpool University Press, 2011
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The Stanley Picker House and Collection, Philip Wilson/I.B. Tauris, 2013