Emin


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Emin

Tracey. born 1963, British artist, noted for provocative multimedia works such as Everyone I Have Ever Slept With (1995) and My Bed (1999)
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Work by Word To Mother (above), Dave Shrigley (below) and Tracy Emin (below left)
My Bed is the third Emin artwork to go on show in the city.
The work was sold by collector Charles Saatchi, an early supporter of Emin and other modern British artists.
There are mouth and foot painters who have fare more talent than Tracey Emin, and they will never get their talents recognised.
Emin made multiple appearances in New York this summer--she presented a show of ninety-six works spanning both of Lehmann Maupin's spaces, and mounted a public project in SoHo organized in collaboration with the gallery, White Cube in London, and the Art Production Fund--and the visit found the prolific artist in autumnal humor, her familiar expressions of mordant self-ablation shot through with not just the usual dose of regret, but also a creeping, vaguely valedictory wistfulness that leavened their rebarbative affect.
TRACEY Emin says she will go down in history for her unmade bed.
Two years apart, the British artist Tracey Emin and Turkish artist and opera singer Semiha Berksoy exhibited their bedrooms at internationally acclaimed galleries.
Artist Tracey Emin unveiled Tuesday the first of nine British Airways planes specially painted to look like golden doves to mark the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The book is made up of the columns Emin wrote for The Independent from April 2005 to March 2009.
In an exclusive interview with the AA, Nasir Emin said that he did not believe Mubarak would be hung.
Religious and spiritual belief have often been invoked by Tracey Emin in her work, which contains statements of personal alignment with a variety of concepts of spiritual, religious, magico-religious and supernatural power.
Summary: Sadie Frost, Tracey Emin and Socialite Lady Victoria Hervey were amongst the celebrities who sat on the front row of Vivienne Westwood's Spring Summer 2012 show at London Fashion Week.