Tracey Emin, But Yea


Tracey Emin (born 1963 in Croydon)

But Yea, 2015

Medium: Offset print in colors on silk finish paper

Dimensions: 68.6 x 48.3 cm

Edition of 500: Hand signed in silver ink on lower right, recto

Publisher: Emin International, London

Condition: Excellent

In stock

“In her art she tells all, all the truths, both awful and wonderful, but mostly awful, about her life. Physical and psychic pain in the form of rejection, incest, rape, abortion and sex with strangers figure in this tale, as do love, passion and joy.” – Roberta Smith about Tracey Emin in “Every Part of Me’s Bleeding”, Lehman Maupin, 1 May 1999.

“The idea of being a bourgeois artist, making paintings that just got hung in rich people’s houses was a really redundant, old fashioned idea that made no sense for the times that we were living in. I had to create something totally knew or not at all”. – Tracey Emin

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