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Tracey Emin

Tracey Emin is one of Britain's leading contemporary artists. She has exhibited internationally throughout her career - including her Ten Year Retrospective at The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam - and solo exhibitions at the Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York and The Museum of Modern Art, Oxford. In 1999 she was nominated for the Turner Prize.

Emin's work often has an air of controversy; you are as likely to find her filling up the pages of newspapers and magazines as you are gallery walls. Her work is highly personal and often touches subjects that most people would shy away from such as abortion, rape and teenage promiscuity. Emin works in a variety of media including neon, drawing, sewing, video, sculpture and installation.

Her exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Waqles was the first time Emin has been shown in Australia. She presented a selection of her work including large patchwork blankets, a showreel, photographs and monoprints.

Supported by British Council Australia

On view: February to March 2003 
Level 2 contemporary project space 

 Art Gallery of New South Wales 
Art Gallery Road, The Domain, Sydney 2000

Telephone: (02) 9225 1744 or 
nationwide tollfree 1800 679 278 

Hours: 7 days a week 10am to 5pm 
(closed Christmas Day and Easter Friday) 
Art After Hours open every Wednesday until 9pm 

Admission: Free



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