Robyn Denny is one of a legendary group who transformed British art in the late 1950s. During the 1960s he developed a range of work which explores both space and modes of perception.
1951-54 St Martin\\\'s School of Art.
1954-57 Royal College of Art.
1958 first one-man exhibition Gallery One; Italian State Scholarship.
1957-59 taught part- time Hammersmith College of Art. Taught BAA part-time from 1959, travelling from London. Taught basic design; largely responsible for content of Visual Communications Course. Executed murals at Abbey Wood Primary School 1959 (there followed other commissions for public buildings.)
1960 Situation RBA Galleries.
1961-63 Art critic for Das Kunstwerk (Baden).
1962 one-man exhibitions Milan & Stuttgart.
1963-64 Art critic for Art International, since written for many publications.
1963 British Painting in the Sixties Whitechapel Art Gallery.
1965 one-man exhibition Robert Elkon Gallery, New York.
1965-72 taught Slade School of Art.
1966 Venice Biennale.
1967 Visiting Professor, Minneapolis School of Art.
1969 first of several one-man exhibitions Waddington Galleries.
1973 retrospective Tate Gallery (British Council European Tour). Frequent one-man exhibitions Europe and USA.
1984 began commission for London Transport, Embankment Station.
1988 Exhibition Road. Painters at the Royal College of Art, Royal College of Art.