Jeremy Deller | Untitled (2010)

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Jeremy Deller | Untitled (2010)

  • Default Title £295.00

Medium: Four colour screen print on Somerset tub sized 310 gsm paper.
Dimensions: 80 x 52 cm [26.8 x 19 inches]. 
Edition of 50 works, signed and numbered.

About the work

Jeremy Deller created a limited edition in response to the exhibition This is Tomorrow which was held at the Whitechapel Gallery in 1956. The four colour screen print features a re-appropriated image in the form of a poster of legendary band Roxy Music which Deller purchased from a second-hand shop. 

About the artist

British artist Jeremy Deller was born in London in 1966 and studied Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London. Acting as curator, producer or director, his expansive approach to making art is based on participation and collaboration often with groups outside of mainstream cultural and social activity. He won the prestigious Turner Prize in 2004.

One of his most acclaimed projects, The Battle of Orgreave, recreated an important event during the 1984/5 miners strike with original participants and historical re-enactment societies. For This is Tomorrow, Deller has made a poster image of a photograph of a battered Roxy Music poster he found in a junk shop, playing on notions of appropriation and what constitutes an original art object.


Selected exhibitions

Deller has exhibited widely around the world and selected monographic exhibitions include: Unconvention (1999, Centre for Visual Arts, Cardiff), After the Goldrush (2002, Wattis Institute, San Francisco), Folk Archive with Alan Kane (2004, Palais de Tokyo, Paris and Barbican Art Gallery, London), Jeremy Deller (2005, Kunstverein, Munich), From One Revolution to Another (2008, Palais de Tokyo, Paris), It Is What It Is: Conversations About Iraq (2009, New Museum, NY, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago), Processions (2009, Cornerhouse, Manchester) and Joy in People at the Hayward Gallery which toured in the US; showing at the Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania and the Contemporary Art Museum St Louis.

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