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Jenny Saville Biography

Jenny Saville is regarded as one of the leading figures in the YBA collective in the 1990s. Primarily a painter producing enormous canvases of bodies in an unflinching manner, the limited edition lithograph ‘Separates’, published by Eyestorm in 2001, was the first print the artist ever created, and is a self-portrait with her sister, their heads so close they appear almost conjoined. Read more ...
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Applying two thumb prints stretched to one thousand feet on a field in upstate New York, Dennis Oppenheim set his mark on the history of contemporary art and came to play a key role in the Land Art movement in the late sixties. Later, ambitious installations such as an upside-down church with its steer pointing towards the ground and a chamber made with translucent petal-shaped walls, placed the artist in the visible public space. These are just two of the visionary works that continue to amaze the passers-by. From the series of early ‘Earthworks’, Identity Stretch (1970-1975) is one of his most ambitious land art projects, existing today only as documented by Oppenheim; aerial photographs of the thumb prints, a location on a map, and a description.
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