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About the artist:
Tom Lovelace is a London based artist, working within spaces between photography, performance and sculpture. Lovelace’s practice presents exhibition encounters and fluid environments, positioning the body at the centre of abstract languages and legacies. Central themes to his research encompass the collaborative histories of art, theatre and the role of Minimalism within contemporary culture. As a Lecturer Lovelace works at the Royal College of Art, University for the Creative Arts and the Glasgow School of Art.
About the poster:
“A meadow full of very yellow buttercups, a ditch with iris plants with green leaves, purple flowers, the town in the background, some grey willow trees – a strip of blue sky … A little town surrounded by countryside entirely covered in yellow and purple flowers. That would really be a Japanese dream”
-Vincent to Theo van Gogh
Arles, 12 May. 1888
In February 2022 Tom Lovelace choreographed a performance at the Van Gogh House. With a particular focus on Van Gogh’s studies of Irises, Lovelace respond to the artist’s paintings and the life of Irises through an ephemeral event of movement, collaborating bodies and colour. This poster takes directly from window dressings that created the backgrop to this performance.
The event poster is also available here.
420 x 594 mm (A2)
Digital Print on 230gsm Matt Paper
Edition of 45 (plus 5 APs)
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