signed and titled (lower margin)
81 by 69cm., 32 by 27¼in.
framed: 89 by 76.5cm., 35 by 30in.
There are impressions from hinges in the top two corners. The bottom two corners are not hinged. Several strips of white tape on the reverse, close to the edges. Very light handling marks to edges. Overall, the work appears to be in very good condition.
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Donated by the artist and Tiwani Contemporary
Béthune, Labanque Centre de Production et Diffusion en Art Actuelle, Sojourn Séjour, December 2019-21 June 2020
Manchester, The Portico Gallery, Bittersweet: Legacies of Slavery & Abolition in Manchester, 15 September 15- 14 October 2017
Using brown paper as her main material, Mary Evans' evocative site-specific installations reflect on the impact of tragic and brutal moments in history. Her cut-out silhouettes build on the classical tradition of portraiture to question ideas around representation, cultural change and globalisation.
Evans studied at Goldsmiths and the Rijksakademie and has been a recipient of the Arts and Literary Arts Residency at the Rockefeller Foundation and the Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship, Washington DC, USA. Recent exhibitions include La Banque, France (2020), the 11th Mercosul Visual Arts Biennial, Brazil (2018), EVA - Ireland's Biennial (2016), Southbank Centre, London (2014), Blaffer Art Museum, Houston (2013), University of Massachusetts (2013, and Meditations, her solo exhibition at Baltimore Museum of Art (2008).