From Statens Museum for Kunst, Gillian Wearing, Self Portrait (2000), 172 × 172 cm See more ideas about How to wear, Portrait and Cindy sherman. Both artists have a fascination with performance and masquerade. Gillian Wearing CBE ‘I like to be in the country’ 1992–3. Gillian Wearing CBE ‘Everything is connected in life... ’ 1992–3. Self Portrait as My Brother Richard Wearing. Gillian Wearing CBE ‘Everything is connected in life... ’ 1992–3. Gillian Wearing (B. This photograph is based on an earlier photograph of Wearing's brother Richard getting ready to go clubbing, taken by their mother around the year 1990. Whilst some critics have suggested that Wearing is revealing her private self in a public place, others argue that she is attempting to become someone else. Neuter is the only gender that always suits me”. The photographers Claude Cahun and August Sander are welcomed […] “Masculine? Feminine? Gillian Wearing CBE ‘I’m desperate’ 1992–3.
Cahun’s photographs are personal, intimate, small-scale and challenging. Gillian Wearing CBE ‘I signed on and they would not give me nothing’ 1992–3. Gillian Wearing CBE ‘I like to be in the country’ 1992–3. 7 Oct 2013 - Explore alfknight's board "GILLIAN WEARING" on Pinterest. Gillian Wearing -- Self-Portrait at 17 Years Old, 2003.
From Statens Museum for Kunst, Gillian Wearing, Self Portrait as My Brother Richard Wearing (2003), 191 × 130.5 cm 1997. From Statens Museum for Kunst, Gillian Wearing, Self Portrait at Three Years Old (2004), 182 × 122 cm (104.7 x 81.2 cm.) Gillian Wearing CBE ‘I signed on and they would not give me nothing’ 1992–3. Signs, also known as Signs that Say What You Want Them to Say and Not Signs that Say What Someone Else Wants You to Say, was done between 1992 and 1993. 2003. The art critic Jonathan Jones writes "[the work] has that quality of another person being absolutely there, and at the same time absolutely other, that is characteristic of great portraits." Gillian Wearing CBE The Garden. It depends on the situation. 1963) Self Portrait at 17 Years Old chromogenic print signed 'G Wearing' (gallery label, frame backing board) image: 41 ¼ x 32 in. 1997. Gillian Wearing, Contact sheet from shoot of Self Portrait as My Sister Jane Wearing, 2003 This is from a test shoot a few days before the actual image sitting. Most interestingly, Wearing also chose to pose as her contemporaneous self: Self Portrait of Me Now in Mask (2011) a gesture as simple as it is complex, (upon which a psychoanalyst could write the most tiring of books.) Gillian Wearing CBE Self Portrait as My Sister Jane Wearing. Gillian Wearing CBE The Garden. Self Portrait at 17 Years Old, 2003 © Gillian Wearing, courtesy Maureen Paley, London As a new retrospective of her work opens in Valencia, we sit down with the Turner Prize-winning artist to discuss internet-facilitated narcissism and her love of reality TV October 13, 2015 framed: 45 ¼ x 36 in. Signs. “I think my idols tell the audience more about me than my family could as I have chosen them and, of course, you don’t choose your family”, comments Gillian Wearing when we discuss her self portraits wearing masks of her family members and photographic idols.