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TRACEY EMIN: 'The Distance of Your Heart' - Sydney
MARCH 2018
Tracey Emin’s new permanent public sculpture for the city of Sydney opened on Wednesday 21 March.
 
The work features 68 bronze birds perched on walls, over doorways, above traffic lights and ledges along Bridge Street, Grosvenor Street, and in Macquarie Place Park. The sculpture responds to Australia’s distance from other parts of the world. Macquarie Park is also the site of the Obelisk of Distances, built in 1818, one of Australia’s oldest public monuments.
TRACEY EMIN: SURROUNDED BY YOU - Chateau La Coste, Provence
JULY 2017
Château La Coste is pleased to announce Surrounded by You, an exhibition of paintings and sculpture by Tracey Emin. Twelve canvases have been carefully selected from the past ten years of Emin’s work, to present an important reflection on her relationship with painting.
2 July - 31 August 2017  11:00am - 6:00pm
www.chateau-la-coste.com
TRACEY EMIN: 'I Want My Time With You' - St Pancras, London
APRIL 2018
Tracey Emin, in partnership with the Royal Academy of Arts, presents a new public work at St Pancras train station in London. Marking the 150th Anniversary of St Pancras station, I Want My Time With You is Emin’s largest work to date, spanning 20 meters. The text simultaneously evokes intimate platform reunions and serves as a broader welcoming gesture to European arrivals. It will be viewable throughout 2018 by the millions of passengers that pass through the iconic train station every week.
TRACEY EMIN | EGON SCHIELE Where I Want to Go
APRIL 2015
The Leopold Museum will present the first comprehensive exhibition in Vienna featuring more than 80 works by Tracey Emin together with a selection of drawings by Egon Schiele.
TRACEY EMIN: ANGEL WITHOUT YOU
DECEMBER 2013
MOCA, Miami
The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), North Miami, opens tonight the first American museum exhibition dedicated to the acclaimed British artist Tracey Emin. This is the first-ever exhibition to focus on Emin's works in neon, a crucial aspect of the artist's practice that began with her iconic The Tracey Emin Museum, (1995), which opens the show. The exhibition explores how Emin's neons have played an essential role in the development of her work, marking a shift from her early diaristic and confessional style to a more cryptic and open-ended form of expression.
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