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Tacita Dean

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Antigone, 2018 - 2 synchronized 35mm anamorphic color films, optical sound, with a running time of exactly 1 hour, continuous loop synced to start on the hour Edition of 4 plus 1 artist's proof

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My English breath in foreign clouds, 2016 - Spray chalk, gouache and charcoal pencil on slate (121.4 x 151.8 x .9 cm)

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Fatigues E, 2012 - Chalk on blackboard (229.8 x 556 cm)

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Urdolmen II, 2009 - Blackboard paint on black and white fibre-based photograph mounted on paper (224 x 446 cm)

Tacita Charlotte Dean CBERA (born 1965) is a British visual artist who works primarily in film. She was a nominee for the Turner Prize in 1998, won the Hugo Boss Prize in 2006, and was elected to the Royal Academy of Arts in 2008. She lives and works in Berlin, Germany, and Los Angeles, California.

Cookie Laughing

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Ali Smith on Nan Goldin's 'Cookie Laughing':

First, it’s the delight of someone else’s helpless mirth. It’s one of the most infectious pictures of someone laughing I’ve ever seen. The moment I see it, it makes me laugh too. Then, it’s a really stunning portrait as well as a really stunning photograph. Its subject is the photographer’s friend, the wise, witty and anarchic writer and actress Cookie Mueller. The picture makes something communal happen, it shares the friendship. But the energy’s in the mirth: it’s like Mueller is the light source; the grey nothingness of the wall lights up round her head and that stray wire runs off to the side, electric, connective, upwards. Her rings and bangles shine like little shackles, but she’s laughing like anything.

More in The Guardian

David Hockney e Ali Smith

O próximo romance de Ali Smith, a sair em Agosto, chamar-se-á "Autumn" e promete ser o primeiro de quatro romances sasonais. Segundo o seu editor será...

“a stripped-branches take on popular culture, and a meditation, in a world growing ever more bordered and exclusive, on what richness and worth are”.

The four novels, which will go on to form Smith’s Seasonal quartet, will be standalone, said Hamish Hamilton, “separate yet interconnected and cyclical, exploring what time is, how we experience it, and the recurring markers in the shapes our lives take and in our ways with narrative”.

Hoje foi revelada a capa, que tem como base um quadro de David Hockney. O design é de Richard Bravery.

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