Born in London (United Kingdom), 1946Lives & works in Brighton (United Kingdom) Very active in: 70s, 80s, 90s
Mick Hartney is one of the first generation of video artists in the UK. He works with themes as political injustice, apartheid in general and especially the black woman?s position under the white man in the social hieratic system.
Among other places, he has had exhibitions at the Pompidou Centre, Paris; The Kitchen, New York and the Tate Galleries in London and Liverpool. He is currently Senior Lecturer in the School of Art at the University of Brighton at the department for art and communication, which he was a founder of in 1975.