Interview with Lucinda Rogers by James Hobbs] The drawings of London-based artist and illustrator Lucinda Rogers are well known through such publications as the Independent, the Guardian, the New Yorker and the Los Angeles Times, and are in collections including the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Tabish Khan We Talk Art, Gentrification And Ridley Road Market With Artist Lucinda Rogers Artist Lucinda Rogers has an exhibition at House of Illustration all about Ridley Road market and the evolution of East London. We caught up with her in the gallery to find out what inspired these drawings.
In this exhibition Rogers combines the drawing and campaigning aspects of her work for the first time. House of Illustration director Colin McKenzie said: "Illustration has a wonderful tradition of bold social commentary. We are delighted to commission a body of work from Lucinda Rogers that champions drawing as a critical medium for debate around the most pressing issue affecting London today."