Galeria Carles Taché

Cornelia Parker

Cheshire, England, 1956.
Through a combination of visual and verbal allusions, the work by the british artist Cornelia Parker, triggers cultural metaphors and personal associations which allow the viewer to witness the transformation of the most ordinary objects into something compelling and extraordinary. In the last to years, has had solo exhibitions at Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Turin, Italy, ICA Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Aspen Museum of Art, Colorado, Chicago Arts Club and ICA Boston. She was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1997. Parker’s work is represented in many intitutional collections including the Tate Modern or the Milwaukee Art Museum.

Drawing made by bullets, 2008
Rubber mat
67'5 x 69 x 6 cm.

Belongs to the series

The Fourth Estate, 2008
6 chromogenic prints
32'4 x 45'6 cm. (each)

Worry Lines, 2008
7 Etchings
Edition of 20
54.7 x 59 x 3'8 cm.