Wikipedia entry
Josephine Pryde (born 1967 in Alnwick, Northumberland) is an English artist. In 2010, reviewing a show of Pryde's work which featured "seven colour photographs of extreme close-ups of clothing on a body, and four sculptures made from half-finished woven baskets and metal butcher’s hooks," the reviewer Dan Fox said that the work "seemed somewhat aloof," adding his opinion that "there was a healthy cynicism here perhaps worth listening to." On 27 May 2011, an exhibition of Pryde's photographs – titled Embryos and Estate Agents: L'Art de Vivre – went on display at the Chisenhale Gallery in East London.In 2016 she was one of the four artists short-listed for the Turner Prize for her installation sculpture The New Media Express In A Temporary Siding (Baby Wants To Ride) consisting of a model cargo with DB Schenker carriages in an elevated state.Pryde is represented by Reena Spaulings Fine Art. Her work is in the collection of the Museum of Metropolitan Art.
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Artist, Conceptual Artist, Installation Artist, Photographer
Josephine Pryde
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  • Our Selves: Photographs by Women Artists Exhibition catalogue, Hardcover, 152 pages
  • Photography at MoMA: 1960 to Now Hardcover, 368 pages

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