Martin Hinchcliffe

About Martin Hinchcliffe

Martin Hinchcliffe is Creative Director of MM Design. For 40 years he has been a practising painter, collector of 20th century British and American art and he has worked on and curated several art exhibitions including Freud, Minton and Ryan - Unholy Trinity at Bath’s Victoria Art Gallery and Falmouth Art Gallery; Received Dissent, an exhibition of William Copley’s SMS portfolios, shown for the first time in the UK and featuring works by many prominent artists including Roy Lichtenstein, Yoko Ono, Christo and Richard Hamilton. Recently, Martin worked on Tracey Holand’s Confluence Crossings & Guiding Lights at Hull and Grimsby Minters, and helped Matthew Conduit curate on ’The Sheffield Project - Photographs of a Changing City’ at Weston Park museum, Sheffield, before supporting him to curate his latest one person exhibition at Graves Gallery, Sheffield, LAND.