TONY BLAIR TURNS
THE VIOLIN PLAYER
THE IRONING LADY
Annie Zamero took a science degree and was employed in a merchant bank for ten years, after which she worked on her art full-time, recently becoming interested in political satire. She cites influences from Rembrandt, German Expressionism, John Currin and Howard Hodgkin.
She has been associated with Stuckism since its inception in 1999 and contributed to the inpetus for its founding. She was in the The Real Turner Prize Show 2000 and other Stuckist shows since, and was exhibited at the Stuckism International Gallery in Shoreditch. She founded the Crouch End Stuckists group in 2002.
She says, "I support the Stuckist aim of reviving the spiritual values of painting in the face of our present cultural desert, dominated by conceptual banality and commercialism."