GILLIAN WEARING

Me as Eva Hesse

Gillian Wearing Me as Eva Hesse

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Throughout the past two decades, Gillian Wearing’s films, photographs and sculptures have investigated public personas and private lives. Since the beginning of her career, the artist has drawn from techniques of theater, reality television and fly-on-the-wall documentary-making to construct narratives that explore personal fantasies and confessions, individual traumas, cultural histories, and the role of the media. Anonymity through elaborate masks, costumes and role-play has remained a critical part of Wearing’s practice and influential investigation of the ways in which individuals present themselves to others when the self is temporarily concealed.

Born in 1963 in Birmingham, Wearing present lives and works in London. She received a bachelor of technology degree in art & design from London’s Chelsea School of Art in 1987 and a BFA from Goldsmiths’ College, University of London in 1990. An important member of the Young British Artists, Wearing was awarded the Turner Prize in 1997.

In 2012, Whitechapel Art Gallery in London presented a major retrospective of the artist’s work, which traveled to K20 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in Düsseldorf, and to Pinakothek der Moderne’s Museum Brandhorst in Munich in 2013. Wearing’s permanent sculpture A Real Birmingham Family opened in 2014 in Centenary Square outside the new Library of Birmingham, UK.

Other important solo presentations include Gillian Wearing at the Pinakothek der Moderne in the Museum Brandhorst in Munich, Germany, Self Made at the 54th BFI London Film Festival (2010), Confessions: Portraits, Videos at Musée Rodin in Paris (2009), Living Proof at ACCA, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne (2006), Snapshot at Bloomberg Space in London (2005), Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki, Finland (2004), and Mass Observation, which opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago in 2002 and traveled to the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and to Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal in Canada in 2003.
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A lo largo de las últimas dos décadas, las películas, fotografías y esculturas de Gillian Wearing han investigado personajes públicos y vidas privadas. Desde el comienzo de su carrera, la artista se ha basado en técnicas de teatro, televisión de realidad y realización de documentales para construir narrativas que exploran fantasías y confesiones personales, traumas individuales, historias culturales y el papel del personaje. los medios de comunicación. El anonimato a través de elaboradas máscaras, disfraces y juegos de roles ha seguido siendo una parte crítica de la práctica de Wearing y la investigación influyente de las formas en que los individuos se presentan a los demás cuando el yo está temporalmente oculto.
 
Nacido en 1963 en Birmingham, Wearing presenta vidas y trabaja en Londres. Recibió una licenciatura en arte y diseño de la Chelsea School of Art de Londres en 1987 y un BFA del Goldsmiths ‘College de la Universidad de Londres en 1990. Miembro importante de Young British Artists, Wearing recibió el Premio Turner en 1997 .

En 2012, Whitechapel Art Gallery en Londres presentó una importante retrospectiva de la obra del artista, que viajó a K20 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen en Düsseldorf, y al Museo Brandhorst de Pinakothek der Moderne en Munich en 2013. La escultura permanente A Real Birmingham Family se inauguró en 2014 en Centenary Square fuera de la nueva Biblioteca de Birmingham, Reino Unido.

Otras presentaciones individuales importantes incluyen a Gillian Wearing en la Pinakothek of Modern en el Museo Brandhorst en Munich, Alemania, Self Made en el 54º BFI London Film Festival (2010), Confessions: Portraits, Videos at Musée Rodin en París (2009), Living Proof en ACCA, Centro Australiano de Arte Contemporáneo en Melbourne (2006), Instantánea en Bloomberg Space en Londres (2005), Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Kiasma en Helsinki, Finlandia (2004), y Observación masiva, que se inauguró en el Museo de Arte Contemporáneo en Chicago en 2002 y viajó al Instituto de Arte Contemporáneo de la Universidad de Pennsylvania en Filadelfia y al Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Montreal en Canadá en 2003.
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Throughout the past two decades, Gillian Wearing’s films, photographs and sculptures have investigated public personas and private lives. Since the beginning of her career, the artist has drawn from techniques of theater, reality television and fly-on-the-wall documentary-making to construct narratives that explore personal fantasies and confessions, individual traumas, cultural histories, and the role of the media. Anonymity through elaborate masks, costumes and role-play has remained a critical part of Wearing’s practice and influential investigation of the ways in which individuals present themselves to others when the self is temporarily concealed.

Born in 1963 in Birmingham, Wearing present lives and works in London. She received a bachelor of technology degree in art & design from London’s Chelsea School of Art in 1987 and a BFA from Goldsmiths’ College, University of London in 1990. An important member of the Young British Artists, Wearing was awarded the Turner Prize in 1997.

In 2012, Whitechapel Art Gallery in London presented a major retrospective of the artist’s work, which traveled to K20 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in Düsseldorf, and to Pinakothek der Moderne’s Museum Brandhorst in Munich in 2013. Wearing’s permanent sculpture A Real Birmingham Family opened in 2014 in Centenary Square outside the new Library of Birmingham, UK.

Other important solo presentations include Gillian Wearing at the Pinakothek der Moderne in the Museum Brandhorst in Munich, Germany, Self Made at the 54th BFI London Film Festival (2010), Confessions: Portraits, Videos at Musée Rodin in Paris (2009), Living Proof at ACCA, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art in Melbourne (2006), Snapshot at Bloomberg Space in London (2005), Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma in Helsinki, Finland (2004), and Mass Observation, which opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago in 2002 and traveled to the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and to Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal in Canada in 2003.
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Au cours des deux dernières décennies, les films, les photographies et les sculptures de Gillian Wearing ont enquêté sur des personnalités publiques et des vies privées. Depuis le début de sa carrière, l’artiste s’appuie sur les techniques du théâtre, de la téléréalité et du documentaire à la volée pour construire des récits qui explorent les fantasmes et les confessions personnels, les traumatismes individuels, les histoires culturelles et le rôle du film. médias. L’anonymat par le biais de masques élaborés, de costumes et de jeux de rôle est resté un élément essentiel de la pratique de Wearing et de son enquête déterminante sur la manière dont les individus se présentent aux autres lorsque leur identité est temporairement dissimulée.

Né en 1963 à Birmingham, Wearing present vit et travaille à Londres. Elle a obtenu un baccalauréat en technologie en art et design de la Chelsea School of Art de Londres en 1987 et un baccalauréat en beaux-arts du Goldsmiths ‘College de l’Université de Londres en 1990. Un membre important des Young British Artists, Wearing a reçu le Turner Prize en 1997. .

En 2012, la Whitechapel Art Gallery de Londres a présenté une rétrospective majeure du travail de l’artiste qui s’est rendue au K20 Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen de Düsseldorf et au musée Brandhorst de Pinakothek der Moderne à Munich en 2013. Une sculpture permanente, une vraie famille de Birmingham, ouverte en 2014 Place du Centenaire devant la nouvelle bibliothèque de Birmingham, au Royaume-Uni.

Gillian Wearing à la Pinakothek der Moderne du Museum Brandhorst à Munich, Allemagne, Self Made à la 54ème édition du BFI London Film Festival (2010), Confessions: Portraits, Vidéos au Musée Rodin à Paris (2009), Living Proof à l’ACCA, Centre australien d’art contemporain à Melbourne (2006), Instantané à l’espace Bloomberg à Londres (2005), au Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma à Helsinki, en Finlande (2004) et à Mass Masse, qui a ouvert ses portes au Museum of Contemporary Art de Chicago en 2002 et a voyagé à l’Institute of Contemporary Art de l’Université de Pennsylvanie à Philadelphie et au Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal au Canada en 2003.