TRACEY EMIN | I'VE GOT IT ALL, 2000
I'VE GOT IT ALL, 2000
étiquette de la galerie White Cube accompagnant l'œuvre
monté sous passe-partout et encadré
label of the White Cube gallery accompanying the work
matted and framed
38 ½ x 38 in.; 97,8 x 96,5 cm
This print is in excellent condition. Minor undulations along upper edge, consistent with the size of the print. Minor yellowing in the margin due to the matting.
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White Cube, London
Christie's, New York, Post-War and Contemporary Art, March 10, 2011, lot 228
M. Maloney (ed.), I Am Camera (London, 2001), another example ill. in color, p. 234
C. Townsend and M. Merck, The art of Tracey Emin, London 2002, p. 43
C. Freedman and T. Emin, Tracey Emin Works 1963-2006 (New York, 2006), p. 235
100 the Work that Changes British Art (Saatchi Gallery, London, 2003), ill. p. 105, 209
N. Brown, Tracey Emin (London, 2006), another example ill. p. 75
H. Luard and P. Miles (eds.), Tracey Emin (New York, 2006), p. 413, another example ill. in colour, p. 235
Tracey Emin: 20 Years, exhibition cat. (Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, 2008-2009), p. 148
E. Booth-Clibborn, The History of the Saatchi Gallery (London, 2011), ill. p. 284
I am Camera, Saatchi Gallery, London, 2011 (another print exhibited)
Tracey Emin: Love is What you Want, Hayward Gallery, London, 2011 (another print exhibited)
"I've Got it All" is an iconic work of Tracey Emin, realized one year after the controversy following the presentation of her work "My Bed" for the Turner Prize in 1999.
The work presented here is an enlarged Polaroid which assembles many of the most significant themes in her artistic practice: sexuality, intimacy exposure and honesty, which is in the center of the theme "Man and his excesses" that runs through the collection of Estelle and Hervé Francès.