Since 1982 Chris Corr has regularly exhibited in London with shows at the Festival Hall, the Museum of London, the Royal College of Art , the Hayward Gallery, the Curwen Gallery, Thumb Gallery, and most recently at the Berkeley Square Gallery. His work has also featured on television in BBC programmes - "A China Scrapbook" and "Welcome to India".The pictures painted in India which formed the basis of the BBC film were recently published in a book. Ever since a Leverhulme Scholarship took Christopher to America in 1979, he's travelled extensively and foreign locations have inspired a number of his major exhibitions.
He studied graphics at Manchester Polytechnic [1973-77, BA hons] And illustration at the Royal College of Art [1977-80, MA RCA Illustration]. Since graduating from the RCA in 1980 he has taught as a visiting lecturer at several art schools:Cambridge, Camberwell, the Royal College of Art, Goldsmiths College, UCLA summer schools, Central St Martins from 1983-1998.
He has work at the Museum of London, Leeds City Gallery, BBC, Qantas Airlines, Moscow Norodny Bank, Chelsea & Westminster Health Authority, Transport for London and several private collections