Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch
Time Out says
The highlights of London’s art exhibitions in 2019 included the British Museum’s Edvard Munch: Love & Angst and White Cube’s Tracey Emin: A Fortnight of Tears. Fast forward to 2020 and the Royal Academy has a show of not one, but both! Emin – perhaps unsurprisingly – is a long-term fan of the Norweigan Expressionist. In 1988, she created a film work titled ‘For Edvard Munch and All My Dead Children’ that opened with a clip of Emin at the same Oslo Fjord as Munch painted several of his best-known works. Emin’s recent artworks have been pretty much brilliant across the board, and this exhibition will show how Munch has long been an inspiration to her.
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