Tate Modern retrospective of Marlene Dumas, London, UK, 3 February 2015.
Evil is Banal, 1984. A new exhibition of paintings by Marlene Dumas at the Tate Modern opens on 5th Feb. It is one of the most significant displays of her work ever to be held in Europe, bringing together over 100 of her most important and iconic figurative paintings from throughout her career. The three key items/sets are: ‘Great Britain’ – Dumas’s powerful double portrait of Princess Diana and Naomi Campbell, on loan from a private collection; A group of Dumas’s iconic large-scale portraits, including friends, family, figures from history and celebrities such as Amy Winehouse; ‘Rejects’ – a huge grid of 40 powerful black-and-white portrait paintings which Dumas has created over twenty years.Add to Lightbox Download