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Anthea Hamilton

Manarch (Pasta) (2013)

  • Edition of 100
  • 26 colour screenprint with UV glaze on 410 gsm Somerset Tub sized paper. Produced by Coriander Studios, London.
  • 60.5 x 54 cm (24 x 21 in)
  • Signed, numbered and dated by the artist on the reverse.

'Manarch (Pasta)' is a photo-collage of two disparate images: a generic photograph of multi-coloured spirals of pasta overlaid on a black and white image of a smouldering male model. Juxtapositions of food and the human body are a recurrent trope of Hamilton's practice. While various commentaries can be drawn from these surprising visual analogies - for example on consumption, desire, and representations of the human body - the real intrigue of the work lies in its exploration of the surreal and seductive nature of images. Anthea Hamilton is a shortlisted artist for the Turner Prize 2016.

Anthea Hamilton (born 1978, London) works with sculpture, painting, moving-image and performance using the iconography of popular culture and history to create her own form of contemporary pop art. She creates narrative environments through sculptural assemblage and collage. Her work in part is informed by the history of physical prowess and representations of the human, especially female, body. Anthea Hamilton is a shortlisted artist for the Turner Prize 2016.

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Manarch (Pasta) (2013)

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