Join us for a unique tour around the UK’s first substantial solo exhibition of Ellen Gallagher: AxME. Gallagher’s varied practice draws from an eclectic range of sources, including literature, music, myth, black popular culture, science fiction and advertising. Tate presents the UK’s first substantial solo exhibition of her work showing key works as well as new work which will be show to the public for the first time.

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Ellen Gallagher, 'DeLuxe' 2004-5

Ellen Gallagher
DeLuxe 2004-5
Installation of 60 prints, each of which comprises one or a combination of up to seven of the following materials and techniques on off-white paper: aquatint, etching, four-colour lithography, photogravure, screenprint, spitbite, drypoint, direct gravure, digital file, chine collé, embossing, laser-cutting, tattoo-machine engraving, stencil, burnishing, abrasion, watercolour, gouache, graphite, collage, oil, varnish, blue varnish, enamel, polymer medium, glitter, gold leaf, coconut oil, aluminium powder, crystals, plasticine, pomade, toy eyeballs, plastic ice cube, cut paper, silver foil paper, velvet and Japanese papers
frame (each): 389 x 325 x 46 mm overall display dimensions: 2149 x 4527 mm
Purchased 2006© Ellen Gallagher

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