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Penny Siopis

Shame: Pools, 2004

Three-plate colour etching, with collaged plastic found objects and hand stamping
34 3/10 × 15 3/5 in
87 × 39.5 cm
Edition of 60
This is part of a limited edition set.
ZAR R9,000
location
Cape Town
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Artthrob
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Penny Siopis (b. 1953) is based in Cape Town, South Africa.

This is a rare and significant print …

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Penny Siopis (b. 1953) is based in Cape Town, South Africa.

This is a rare and significant print from one of the country’s top artists.

“In this series, I reflect on the public and psychological state of shame in our current times. However powerfully shame is recognized as part of our human condition it is difficult …

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Penny Siopis
South African, b. 1953
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In her diverse practice, Penny Siopis explores the intersection of personal and public histories in …

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In her diverse practice, Penny Siopis explores the intersection of personal and public histories in South Africa. In the 1980s, Siopis produced history paintings that addressed race and gender representation in public narratives. During the ’90s, she began making prints, video works, and monumental installations. In a …

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Penny Siopis (b. 1953) is based in Cape Town, South Africa.

This is a rare and significant print …

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Penny Siopis (b. 1953) is based in Cape Town, South Africa.

This is a rare and significant print from one of the country’s top artists.

“In this series, I reflect on the public and psychological state of shame in our current times. However powerfully shame is recognized as part of our human condition it is difficult …

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Signature
This work is signed and editioned on the front
Penny Siopis
South African, b. 1953
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In her diverse practice, Penny Siopis explores the intersection of personal and public histories in …

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In her diverse practice, Penny Siopis explores the intersection of personal and public histories in South Africa. In the 1980s, Siopis produced history paintings that addressed race and gender representation in public narratives. During the ’90s, she began making prints, video works, and monumental installations. In a …

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Penny Siopis

Shame: Pools, 2004

Three-plate colour etching, with collaged plastic found objects and hand stamping
34 3/10 × 15 3/5 in
87 × 39.5 cm
Edition of 60
This is part of a limited edition set.
ZAR R9,000
location
Cape Town
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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