Tracey Emin: How It Feels

Malba – Fundación Costantini will host Tracey Emin’s ‘How It Feels’, the first museum exhibition of the celebrated British artist in South America.

The exhibition features five videos produced between 1995 and 2000: Why I never became a dancer, 1995, How It Feels, 1996; Homage to Edvard Munch and All My Dead Children , 1998; Riding for a Fall, 1998 and love is a strange thing , 2000.

For this exhibition Malba has published a catalogue, in collaboration with the British Council, which offers the first in-depth exploration of Emin’s film work. The catalogue will be available in Spanish and English and will feature an essay by Phillip Larratt-Smith, an appreciation by artist and author Fernanda Laguna and a conversation between Emin and Larratt-Smith.

‘How It Feels’ was organised in collaboration with the British Council and is curated by Philip Larratt-Smith.

Tracey Emin (London, England, 1963) is one of the most celebrated and controversial artists of the current British scene. Intensely personal and emotional, her work has an immediacy and authenticity unique in the contemporary art scene.

‘Tracey Emin: How It Feels’
Gallery 3 (1st floor)
Malba,  Fundación Costantini
Avda. Figueroa Alcorta 3415
C1425CLA
Buenos Aires

+54 (11) 4808 6500

Open daily: 12pm – 8pm
Wednesday: 12pm – 9pm
Closed on Tuesdays

16 November 2012 – 25 February 2013

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