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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Rayfern, a former art student at Westminster University, even worked alongside Emin at her London gallery, studying how she produced her work "at the master's hand" before producing forgeries sold on eBay to two unsuspecting buyers.
Tracey Emin and the exhibition's curators Diethard Leopold and Karol Winarczyk decided from the outset that the exhibition should not be a mere juxtaposition of works by two great artists, but rather the venue of a poetic debate between them.
Emin, a Turner Prize nominee, goes onto to reveal how her dreams of becoming a dancer were dashed when the men she had bedded turned up at a dance competition and shouted "Slag
Emin was brought up in Margate, southeast England, and earned a master's degree at the Royal College of Art.
Emin herself, in an interview with Rugoff, defines her large sculptures as metaphorical.
The Tracey Emin postcard was auctioned and made pounds 460.
Emin, who grew up in the town, said she was "thrilled" at the prospect of improving the area.
In a statement to the court Emin described the items as "crude forgeries", adding: "The wording is corny and unimaginative and oversentimental.
Emin is perhaps best known for two pieces of work: My Bed and Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963-1995.
Now Tracey Emin has donated a limited-edition print to be auctioned off at a fundraiser in a Cardiff bar.
Bulgaria prosecutors have completed a comprehensive investigation into the death of Ahmed Emin, and have found no evidence of foul play.
The fact that the Israeli, who came to the Balkans to hunt for witches and look for terrorists, came out to be terrorists themselves, is irritating" says Emin.