Leicestershire

by Mitra Tabrizian

Edition of 5 - 158.0cm x 122.0cm

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    Type | Limited Edition
    Medium | Photography
    Style | Realistic
    Subject | Architecture
    Year | 2013
    Edition | of 5
    Size | 158.0cm x 122.0cm
    Ready to hang | No
    Signed | No
    Materials | print
  • Alia Al-Senussi

    Rise Art Prize Judge Alia Al-Senussi says:

    "Mitra's diligence as a person and as an artist is admirable - the dedication she has shown to her craft is embodied in the painstaking research required to execute her work. Not only does she draw us into the heartbreak of dereliction, but into the humanity that is left behind when the world moves on."

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    • Mitra documents the nomadic life of the people she interacts with.
    • The artist has been the recipient of several photographic awards, including the Royal Academy ‘Rose Award for Photography’ (2013).
    • Mitra's large-scale photographic works would make an impressive feature in an interior.
  • Leicestershire

    Set against the derelict and disused factories of Leicester, known as the ‘city of migrants’, the work attempts a historical ‘documentation’ and tribute to the forgotten citizens who helped build what was once major industrial city. Some of the factories are in the process of being demolished, others have fallen into the hands of developers.
    The work goes beyond the tradition of ‘landscape’ and ‘document’. Instead, it uses ‘documentary form’ to address abstract ideas of cultural and political dislocation, of being simultaneously both part of a city and excluded from it. Oscillating between p…

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    Mitra Tabrizian

    Mitra Tabrizian is an Iranian-British artist and filmmaker. The artist aims to document the nomadic life of the local people that she interacts with. She's also interested in themes pertaining to corporate culture and migration.

    Mitra’s photographic work has been exhibited and published widely. Her work can be found in major international museums and public collections, including the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington and Los Angeles County Museum of Art amongst others. Her solo museum shows include Tate Britain (2008), Moderna Mussset in Stockh…

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