Frances Stark: Conceited girl wants to show she has a seat (after Goya)
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Digital pigment and silkscreen print on Somerset Velvet paper, Edition of 100, signed and numbered.
Conceited girl wants to show she has a seat (after Goya) 2009
Digital pigment and silkscreen print on Somerset Velvet paper, 47 x 37 cm
Edition of 100 plus 10 APs, signed and numbered
£200 (£150 for Members and Patrons)
Frances Stark is known for works that explore the act of art-making and her own authorial authority, often employing elements of appropriation and collage. For the ICA the artist has created a new print that draws on motifs in her recent work, including collaged hands that enter the picture plane, and an image of a woman 'wearing' a chair (based on a Goya etching that satirises feminine display).
Stark lives and works in Los Angeles. Her solo exhibitions include A Torment of Follies at Secession, Vienna and greengrassi, London, in 2008; and The Fall of Frances Stark at Portikus, Frankfurt, and van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, in 2007. Nottingham Contemporary will present a major exhibition of Stark's work in autumn 2009.
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