Tracey Emin

Tracey Emin, CBE, RA (born 3 July 1963) is an English contemporary artist known for her autobiographical and confessional artwork. Emin produces work in a variety of media including drawing, painting, sculpture, film, photography, neon text and sewn appliqué.


Trying To Find You

A digital print from a painting shown at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, during the first retrospective of her work held in Britain. 

Depicting a figure – based upon herself – hunched up in a foetal position but with a certain strength and muscularity. It is the combination of vulnerability and strength that characterises Emin’s work.

Measuring 30 x 25cm and signed and dedicated "For Michael Love Tracey Emin" in black ink.

£750




The Light is Burning 

A unique screenprint in colours, on thin wove paper, with full margins. This delicately drawn and beautifully coloured work is typical of her ethereal and fragile drawings.

Signed, titled, dated (1999) and inscribed 'Mono Screen Print' in pencil.

The image size is 36 x 50.7 cm on a sheet measuring 49.7 x 69.8 cm.
Framed

£6,250


She Lay Down Deep Beneath The Sea

A hand-signed exhibition poster, published in 2012.

80 x 60cm

Framed

£850


When I Think About Sex

Lithograph on delicate thin wove paper.

Published by White Cube in 2005,  the edition was 1000

Signed and dated in pencil.

Sheet size: 59 x 84cm

Framed


£1,750



The Kiss. 

A polymer gravure print in blue on white Zerkall paper. 

From an edition of 1000. Published and printed in 2011.

Signed and numbered 252/1000 in pencil by Tracey Emin.

Measures 34 x 31 cm

£1,750 Framed




The 'Neons' - complete set and individual prints

A unique complete set of all seven hand-signed 'neon' lithographs.

Each artwork has been produced on heavyweight 250 gsm silk finish wove paper and has been signed by the artist in silver pen 

Each from a limited edition of just 500 and measuring approximately 70 x 50 cm

An example of each is shown below for illustration. The original Emin International postal tubes have been retained for provenance purposes bu the full set has been framed to museum standards.

To our knowledge this is the only complete set available worldwide.

£10,500


Also now available as individual prints from £1,500 see below