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Susan Hiller
Rough Moonlit Nights (Cyan), 2015 (part of the 50th anniversary edition series)
£650.00

Susan Hiller selected artists for the Dream Machines exhibition in 2000 at Camden Arts Centre.

Image size: 65.1 x 43cm / Paper size: 77.9 x 55.5cm
Archival Pigment Print, Hahnemuhle Photo Rag
Edition of 50
£650

Susan Hiller has combined elements of her iconic ‘rough sea’ postcard series in a seductive print featuring giant waves cresting over cliffs and beaches and bombarding esplanades, grand hotels and piers, echoing the great tradition of the sublime in miniature. Rough Moonlit Nights (Cyan) proposes these popular British images as slim cracks in the polite surface of everyday life, hints of desires for the excessive, the unruly and the fantastic.

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Kindly donated to celebrate 50 years of Camden Arts Centre to support our future programme.

Susan Hiller was born in 1950 in Tallahasse, Florida and has been mainly based in London since the early 1960s. After studying film and photography at The Cooper Union and archaeology and linguistics at Hunter College in New York, Hiller went on to a National Science Foundation fellowship in anthropology at Tulane University in New Orleans. Her work features in numerous international private and public collections including the Centre Pompidou, Paris; Ludwig Museum, Cologne; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Tate Gallery, London and the Centro de Arte Contemporanea Inhotim, Brumadinho, Brazil. Her career has been recognised by survey exhibitions at the ICA, London (1986); ICA, Philadelphia (1998); Museu Serralves, Porto (2004); Castello di Rivoli, Turin (2006); Moderna Museet, Stockholm (2007) and by a major retrospective exhibition at Tate Britain (2011). Hiller is represented by Lisson Gallery.

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