Limited Edition Print // Emma Hart // How Can I Help You
£50 // Limited edition of 30
Max Mara Art Prize prize-winning artist and Croydon School of Art alumnus Emma Hart, has produced a work inspired by her time working at River Island in Croydon’s Whitgift Centre, where Turf is based.
👉 Made by Turf! We digitally printed this edition in-house at Turf on shimmerly, dimpled 215gsm pearlescent silver spillo paper.
👉 Hand-stamped and signed on reverse by the artist.
👉 Measurements 204 x 288mm
👉 Sent via signed for postage, wrapped safely in cardboard in acid-free tissue paper with information card.
UK: £4.50 // Royal Mail 2nd Class Signed For
EU: £12.95 // Royal Mail International Tracked & Signed
Rest of world: £16.95 // Royal Mail International Tracked & Signed
// About Emma Hart
Emma Hart lives and works in London. In 2016 she won the Max Mara Art Prize for Women in collaboration with the Whitechapel Gallery. In 2015 she was awarded a Paul Hamlyn Foundation award for Visual Art.
Recent solo exhibitions include: Banger, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh (2018), Mamma Mia! Whitechapel Gallery and the Collezione Maramotti, Italy (2017); Commercial Breakz, Frieze Art Fair, London (2017); Love Life with Jonathan Baldock, Peer, London, The Grundy Gallery, Blackpool and De Le Warr Pavillion, Bexhill (2016-7); Giving It All That, Folkestone Triennial (2014); Dirty Looks, Camden Arts Centre (2013).
Recent group exhibitions include: Further Thoughts on Earthy Materials, Kunsthaus Hamburg, DE; In My Shoes, Arts Council Touring Exhibition, Yorkshire Sculpture Park; An ear, severed, listens, Chert, Berlin, DE (2017); Sticky Intimacy, Chapter, Cardiff, UK (2016); Only the Lonely, La Galerie CAC Noisy Le Sec, France (2015); Dear Luxembourg, Nosbaum Reding, Luxembourg (2015); Hey I’m Mr.Poetic, Wysing Arts Centre (2014).
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