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Mark Wallinger

GHOST, 2001

Screenprint
21 3/5 × 18 4/5 in
54.8 × 47.8 cm
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Sworders

Signed and numbered 61/500 in pen verso, on wove paper, published by Whitechapel Gallery, London, …

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Signed and numbered 61/500 in pen verso, on wove paper, published by Whitechapel Gallery, London, the full sheet

54.8 x 47.8cm, framed

This lot is subject to Artist's Resale Right (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

Mark Wallinger
British, b. 1959
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Refusing to adopt a signature style, Turner Prize winner Mark Wallinger produces work that addresses his ongoing preoccupation with, in his words, “the politics of representation and the representation of politics.” He references British history, class, politics, and iconic works of art in his paintings, sculptures, videos, and installations. In State Britain (2006), for example, he recreated the public encampment of peace protester Brian Haw and installed it at Tate Britain, challenging what he views as the erosion of freedom of expression and civil liberties in his country.

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Sworders

Signed and numbered 61/500 in pen verso, on wove paper, published by Whitechapel Gallery, London, …

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Signed and numbered 61/500 in pen verso, on wove paper, published by Whitechapel Gallery, London, the full sheet

54.8 x 47.8cm, framed

This lot is subject to Artist's Resale Right (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

Mark Wallinger
British, b. 1959
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Refusing to adopt a signature style, Turner Prize winner Mark Wallinger produces work that addresses his ongoing preoccupation with, in his words, “the politics of representation and the representation of politics.” He references British history, class, politics, and iconic works of art in his paintings, sculptures, videos, and installations. In State Britain (2006), for example, he recreated the public encampment of peace protester Brian Haw and installed it at Tate Britain, challenging what he views as the erosion of freedom of expression and civil liberties in his country.

Mark Wallinger

GHOST, 2001

Screenprint
21 3/5 × 18 4/5 in
54.8 × 47.8 cm
Bidding closed
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