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Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015 | Lougher Contemporary
Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015 | Lougher Contemporary
Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015 | Lougher Contemporary
Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015 | Lougher Contemporary
Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015 | Lougher Contemporary
Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015 | Lougher Contemporary
Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015 | Lougher Contemporary
Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015
Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015 | Lougher Contemporary

Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015

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Tracey Emin, Crane, 2015

  • Artist: Tracey Emin
  • Title:  Crane
  • Year: 2015
  • Medium: Print
  • Technique: Woodcut
  • Classification: Limited Edition 
  • Edition size: 50
  • Size: 39 × 45 cm, 15.4 × 17.7 in (print), 47.3 x 53.3 x 4.5 cm, 18.6 x 20.9 x 1.7 in (frame)
  • Markings: Signed, titled, numbered, and dated in pencil on the front
  • Condition: Excellent condition, undulations and wrinkles in print possibly due to mount style. Minor mark on top edge (central, 1cm)
  • Frame: Framed
  • Genre: YBA
  • Other: Due to the framing of the work we ask that you enquire for further information and an invoice with a custom shipping quote

ABOUT THE WORK:

Emin is a fluent narrator who often writes passionate and candid testaments of her thoughts, beliefs and aspirations that deeply resonate with her audience. The title of her exhibition is borrowed from a phrase that Emin painted on the back of one of her drawing pads in striking blue and green capital letters – a bold declaration of the pain of love and longing, a theme that underpinned the entire show. This is echoed in Emin's earlier work, Suffer Love, an animation that uses a stop-motion technique collated from over three hundred of the artist's monoprint drawings to depict a woman masturbating that has been described by the artist as ‘a symbol of lust and loneliness’.

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