Exposure by Natalie Papamichael


By (author): Natalie Papamichael

Title: Exposure

Subtitle: Artwork 1991 - 2023



(noun) [uncountable] the state of having the true facts about someone or something told, after they have been hidden because they are bad, immoral, or illegal.

Exposure is the catalogue raisonnée of contemporary Artist, Natalie Papamichael. Born in the UK to French and Greek parents, her work spans over 30 years and incorporates drawing, painting, performance and fashion. The story begins in the early 1990's in Paris. During this period Natalie was interned at Hôpital Sainte-Anne whilst suffering from an eating disorder and alcoholism. She began creating paintings that reflected her internal state. Returning to the UK, she enrolled in Art school. Her work developed to intertwine her personal narrative with her wider research into feminism, psychoanalysis and Art History - training in Florence in the style of the Old Masters. Her later work extends into an explicitly political landscape where she has exposed the corruption and lies that veil the very foundations of the contemporary world.

The exposure in this book is both personal and political.

ISBN: 978-87-7620-059-6

Book language: English

Publishing house: Snap Collective

Website: www.snap-collective.com

Editorial Assistant: Madia Duroni

Designer: Tea Jagodic

Published on: 12/27/2023

Category: Art

Price (€): 89

Keywords: Self-portrait, oil painting, art, history, political art, drawing, performance

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