Untitled, 2023 - Lisa Brice

  • £1,400.00

Lisa Brice
11 colour screen print on Somerset Velvet Warm White 400gsm
51.5 x 39.5cm
Edition of 100

Signed and numbered by the artist.


Lisa's edition is the second artist print to be released for Turner Contemporary Editions and produced in collaboration with Counter Editions, Margate. Turner Contemporary Editions offers limited editions by leading contemporary artists, raising funds to support the gallerys charitable work. Enabling us to continue offering free access to art and culture, promote wellbeing, encourage debate, inspire new ways of thinking by offering creative learning to our communities.

Lisa Brice is one of the foremost figurative painters who challenges traditional representations of women in Western art history. Through her practice, she reclaims the female nude from the disempowering male gaze that has historically rendered women as passive objects of desire. Brice's work, which includes both individual and group portraits set in studios and bars, liberates women from the confines of being merely models and muses, presenting them in a new light that defies conventional roles. The figures, often depicted in her signature cobalt blue, share their spaces with feline companions, a nod to Édouard Manet’s Olympia (1863) and its enigmatic hissing black cat. 

Lisa Brice’s exclusive edition for Turner Contemporary is an intimate rendering of a single female figure and a cat. The feline companion sits perched atop a post, its presence a gentle testament to companionship, alongside the portrait of a woman who gazes out with a serene expression.  


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Image: Courtesy of the Artist