Draughtsman, author, teacher, and curator Glenn Sujo was born in 1952 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied at the Slade School of Fine Art in London (1972-75), before earning his Masters and Doctoral degrees in art history at the Courtauld Institute of Art. His drawings focus on both the empirical and imaginative nature of the medium. His work was been shown in Caracas, Venezuela, where he lived as a child and his first British solo exhibition was the 1982 ‘Histories’, hosted by the Arnolfini in Bristol, the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, and the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford; followed by a second exhibition at Anne Berthoud in 1983. His work has been exhibited at Ben Uri Gallery in exhibitions including 'No Set Rules' (2015). In 1993 he was awarded a Paul Mellon Research Fellowship, which he used to write 'Drawing on these Shores: A View of British Drawing and its Affinities'; he also curated a corresponding exhibition which toured nationally. Sujo has taught at universities in the UK, USA, and Israel, and is currently a member of the senior faculty at the Royal Drawing School. His academic research revolves around the subject of ‘Imagination and Internment’ in Central and Eastern Europe during the Second World War. He has curated several exhibitions on the subject including ‘Legacies of Silence: The Visual Arts and Holocaust Memory’ at the Imperial War Museum in 2001. Sujo’s drawings are in public collections including the British Museum, the Fitzwilliam Museum, Southampton City Art Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum. He currently lives and works in London and Essex.