Turner Prize nominee Rebecca Warren (b. 1965) creates satirical sculptures that are as much about thought as they are about process. Humourosly distorted references to historical masters such as Alberto Giacometti, Willem de Kooning and Franz West pay homage to the history of art she partakes in, and at the same time raise questions of authorship, individuality and gender.
Rebecca Warren molds, squeezes and teases clay into… Read more
About the artwork
Turner Prize nominee Rebecca Warren’s bronze nude honors and subverts the classical depiction of the female in art. There’s something ambiguous about the truncated figure, who is named after a risqué Renaissance dance.