Tracey Emin’s I Followed You To The Sun Exhibition Opens In NY

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  • Tracey Emin opens two-part exhibition featuring over 100 works of art at Lehmann Maupin in New York

    Tracey Emin opens two-part exhibition featuring over 100 works of art at Lehmann Maupin in New York.

    Emin’s latest collection features a series of bronze sculptures, paintings, drawings embroideries and a short film.

    Drawing on personal experiences, the famed British artist’s latest sprawling collection draws on her most intimate internal narratives with the centrepiece of the exhibition featuring seven bronze sculptures engraved with her poetic confessions.

    The popular artist looked relaxed and happy as she attended the opening bash wearing an oriental style dress teamed with black cowboy boots.


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    presents Tracey Emin’s fifth solo show in New York from 2 May to 22 June 2013. Tracey Emin: I Followed You To The Sun is a two-part exhibition featuring over 100 works of art, including a series of new bronze sculptures, paintings and drawings, embroideries, and a short film. Lehmann Maupin has published a special artist monograph on the occasion of the exhibition. The following evening, on Thursday, 2 May, Tracey Emin will be present for opening receptions at 540 West 26th Street and 201 Chrystie Street from 6 to 8 PM.Regarded as one of the world’s most significant contemporary artists, Tracey Emin is internationally recognized for her blunt and revealing style, which elicits a broad range of emotions from shock to empathy to self-reflection. Drawing on personal experiences, Emin often reveals emotional situations with brutal honesty and poetic humor in a wide variety of media including painting, drawing, embroidery, neon, installation, sculpture, and film. This sprawling, two-part exhibition covers all aspects of Emin’s creative output and continues to reveal her most intimate internal narratives.

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