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Latifa Echakhch

Tambour 124', 2012

Ink on canvas
68 1/10 in diameter
173 cm diameter
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Signed, titled and dated 'Latifa Echakhch "TAMBOUR 124" 2012' on the stretcher
Latifa Echakhch
Moroccan-French, b. 1974
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Born in Morocco and raised in France, Latifa Echakhch mines cultural stereotypes as subject matter for her work. By deconstructing and re-presenting materials associated with Morocco and France, Echakhch creates sharp-witted installations that challenge cultural assumptions. In Untitled (Gunpowder) (2008) she created a black border by throwing gunpowder tea at a wall, simultaneously referencing war and the popularity of tea in Morocco. In Untitled I – V (2010), she covered canvases with carbon paper, which was used to make copies of revolutionary texts in France in the 1960s and ’70s. Echakhch won the Marcel Duchamp Prize in 2013.

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Signed, titled and dated 'Latifa Echakhch "TAMBOUR 124" 2012' on the stretcher
Latifa Echakhch
Moroccan-French, b. 1974
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Born in Morocco and raised in France, Latifa Echakhch mines cultural stereotypes as subject matter for her work. By deconstructing and re-presenting materials associated with Morocco and France, Echakhch creates sharp-witted installations that challenge cultural assumptions. In Untitled (Gunpowder) (2008) she created a black border by throwing gunpowder tea at a wall, simultaneously referencing war and the popularity of tea in Morocco. In Untitled I – V (2010), she covered canvases with carbon paper, which was used to make copies of revolutionary texts in France in the 1960s and ’70s. Echakhch won the Marcel Duchamp Prize in 2013.

Latifa Echakhch

Tambour 124', 2012

Ink on canvas
68 1/10 in diameter
173 cm diameter
Bidding closed
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