TRACEY EMIN - Munch Museum in Oslo, Norway
JUNE 2022

Tracey EMIN’s monumental sculpture “The Mother” has been unveiled on the Inger Munch’s Pier outside the MUNCH Museum in Oslo. The nine-metre-high bronze sculpture depicts a woman kneeling over an invisible child and it’s part of the City of Oslo art collection.
Edvard Munchs Plass 1, 0194 Oslo, Norway

TRACEY EMIN - Counter Editions & Tate
JUNE 2021

Today, 25 June 2021,Tracey Emin is launching a new limited-edition print, created in collaboration with Tate and Counter Editions, to celebrate 21 Years of Tate Modern. Drawing and printmaking are key mediums for Emin. Over the last ten years she has produced a steady output of monotype prints direct from her drawings. Image: Tracey Emin signing her new print “On My Knees”, 2021, Lithograph, 60 x 76 cm (23.6 x 29.9 in). Edition of 100

TRACEY EMIN - Royal Academy of Arts, London UK
MAY 2021

Tracey Emin / Edvard Munch: “The Loneliness of the Soul”. Emin has chosen more than 25 of her own works to sit alongside a selection of oils and watercolours drawn from Munch’s collection and archives in Oslo, Norway. 

18 May — 1 August 2021, Tues–Sun: 10am–6pm Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly London W1J 0BD

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
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