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Nicola Tyson

Untitled (M.S) #3, 2013

Graphite on paper
17 × 14 in
43.2 × 35.6 cm
This is a unique work.
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Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Benefit Auction

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Nicola Tyson (b. 1960, London, UK) works toward a feminist redefinition of the …

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Nicola Tyson (b. 1960, London, UK) works toward a feminist redefinition of the female figure in relationship to identity and the social gaze. In her portraiture, bodies morph into creatures or unidentified selves turned inside out. She is noted for her “psycho-figuration,” a practice that …

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Nicola Tyson
British, b. 1960
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Nicola Tyson is known for her assertive depictions of the human body, typically odd arrangements of …

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Nicola Tyson is known for her assertive depictions of the human body, typically odd arrangements of patched-together, distorted, or missing parts rendered in a bright but reduced color palette. Balancing figuration with abstraction, her psychologically complex works reference Surrealism and artists such as Francis …

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About the work
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Benefit Auction

This work is framed.

Nicola Tyson (b. 1960, London, UK) works toward a feminist redefinition of the …

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This work is framed.

Nicola Tyson (b. 1960, London, UK) works toward a feminist redefinition of the female figure in relationship to identity and the social gaze. In her portraiture, bodies morph into creatures or unidentified selves turned inside out. She is noted for her “psycho-figuration,” a practice that …

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Image rights
Courtesy of the artist and Vielmetter Los Angeles
Nicola Tyson
British, b. 1960
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Nicola Tyson is known for her assertive depictions of the human body, typically odd arrangements of …

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Nicola Tyson is known for her assertive depictions of the human body, typically odd arrangements of patched-together, distorted, or missing parts rendered in a bright but reduced color palette. Balancing figuration with abstraction, her psychologically complex works reference Surrealism and artists such as Francis …

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Nicola Tyson

Untitled (M.S) #3, 2013

Graphite on paper
17 × 14 in
43.2 × 35.6 cm
This is a unique work.
Bidding closed
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