‘In the Flesh’
‘Looking Out, Looking In: Exploring the Self-Portrait’
An installation view from ‘Looking Out, Looking In’ featuring Tyza Hart’s Untitled 2015 and SO HAPPY 2 b in yr photo 2014 and Gwendolyn Grant’s Standing nude (Self-portrait) c.1919, March 2023 / Collection: QAGOMA / Photograph: Joe Ruckli, QAGOMA
‘In the Flesh’ examines the body as a site of self-assertion and empowerment, with works ranging from traditional representations such as Marjorie Fletcher’s bronze Self-torso 1934, to Justine Cooper’s video Rapt 1998, which maps her internal organs via an MRI scan.
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