Emin


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Emin

(ˈiːmɪn)
n
(Biography) 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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Emin, 54, said the 20 metrelong text based work was a romantic statement as well as one "that reaches out to everybody from Europe arriving into London".
LOBODA, Emin Agalarov, Grigory Leps, Vera Brezhneva, Ani Lorak, Anita Tsoy and opened the festival.
Tracey Emin A giant in the art world and household name among us mere mortals, Emin has seduced crowds with her stark autobiographical work since she blasted onto the YBA scene in the 80s.
Emin has donated 2015 neon work Loving You More, which is expected to fetch up to PS35,000, while Whiteread has given a collage and pencil work, Open Door (2007).
In 2002, Emin, 53, created her own death mask, as a "specimen" or "museum display" to "transform herself into an object of scrutiny for generations to come".
Tate Liverpool "Whatever you think of Tracey Emin, come and see the work.
A businessman and pop star, Emin is heir to a multibillionaire pound property empire.
Emin and Hirst have made millions by emulating their postmodern hero Andy Warhol, who created factory-based art, churning out production line work which the great man had barely touched.
To be selected for an elite arts show among the likes of professionals such as Hirst, Hockney and Emin is a huge honour," said Eyv, 40, employability and enterprise coordinator at Cleveland College of Art & Design.
Emin, who has mined her tumultuous personal life for some of her best-known works, attended the auction and grinned when the hammer came down.
I presume The Public is an art gallery, but it looks like an oversize cardboard box with holes in it, and it is probably ideal for the so called artistry of Tracy Emin.
The incident occurred ten years before her RA induction, when a dangerously pissed Emin made a shambles of a Turner Prize roundtable involving a roomful of British art-world panjandrums.