Lily Cole (2009)
Edition of 175
C-Type colour photograph printed on Matt Fuji Crystal Archive paper. Printed by Metro Imaging, London.
61 x 48 cm (24 x 19 in)
Signed, dated and numbered by the artist on the reverse.
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In response to 'Van Dyck and Britain' at Tate Britain, Turner Prize winning artist Gillian Wearing has created 'Lily Cole' (2009). Wearing frequently uses masks and prosthetics to disguise the sitter in her portraits. Here the well known model and actress Lily Cole wears a mask of herself. Broken and cracked in places, the mask makes her seem like a sadly damaged porcelain doll.
Winner of the Turner Prize in 1997, London-based artist Gillian Wearing uses photography and video to explore the complexities of everyday life. For much of her work Wearing approaches ordinary people, often straight off the street. They hold up signs to voice their thoughts, put on a disguise and confess all, play air guitar to their favourite track or tell stories about traumatic childhood events.
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