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Daily Question # 461 January 28, 2010

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Id  the  chap in  A . Also name  the  work  of  art  featured  in  the  card  he’s  holding . Connect  the  work  of  art  to  B .

A

B

Quoting  Anjay ,

“A – Sir Nicholas Serota, Director of the Tate gallery
Painting – “Sir Nicholas Serota Makes an Acquisitions Decision” by Charles Thompson
B – Tracy Emin, artist who is known to exhibit her used bed, underwear etc as works of art. The above painting satirises this, especially since Nicholas Serota was a judge on the panel which reviewed Emin’s paintings”

Cracked  by  Balakrishnan , Rithwik , Bobby , Rajith  Ravi , Anon , Dr Vijaynath V , Anjay , Anil  Raghavan , Vinayak007 , Kashyap and  Fresstyler . Half  credits  to  Kaushik  Saha  and  Abhi .

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1. balakrishnan - January 28, 2010

Nicholas serota
Nicholas Serota makes an acquisition decision by Charles Thomson (Stuckism Art movement)
B. “Emin” in the painting refers to Tracey Emin’s installation My Bed, consisting of her bed and objects, including knickers, which she exhibited in 1999 as a Turner Prize nominee.

2. Rithwik - January 28, 2010

Sir Nicholas Serota

It depicts Sir Nicholas Serota, Director of the Tate Gallery and the usual chairman of the Turner Prize jury, and satirises Young British Artist Tracey Emin’s installation, My Bed, consisting of her bed and objects, including knickers, which she exhibited in 1999 as a Turner Prize nominee.

3. Bobby - January 28, 2010

A Nicholas Serota director of the Tate Gallery

The work of art is “Sir Nicholas Serota Makes an Acquisitions Decision”

It’s a satire of the work of Tracey Emin (B)
Part of a movement against the trivialization of Art.

4. rajith ravi - January 28, 2010

A-Nicholas Serota holding a postcard of Charles Thomson’s painting, Sir Nicholas Serota Makes an Acquisitions Decision

It depicts Sir Nicholas Serota, Director of the Tate Gallery, and the usual chairman of the Turner Prize jury. “Emin” satirises Young British Artist Tracey Emin’s installation My Bed, consisting of her bed and objects, including knickers, which she exhibited in 1999 as a Turner Prize nominee.

B- Tracey Emin

5. Anonymous - January 29, 2010

Quoting from wiki “It depicts Sir Nicholas Serota, Director of the Tate Gallery, and the usual chairman of the Turner Prize jury. “Emin” satirises Young British Artist Tracey Emin’s installation My Bed, consisting of her bed and objects, including knickers, which she exhibited in 1999 as a Turner Prize nominee”..Needless to mention, Images are that of Serota and Emin

6. Kaushik Saha - January 29, 2010

A – Nicholas Serota

7. Kaushik Saha - January 29, 2010

A – Nicholas Serota, a postcard of Charles Thomson’s painting, “Sir Nicholas Serota Makes an Acquisitions Decision”.

8. dr.vijaynath - January 29, 2010

The person in the picture is Sir Nicolas Serota,director of tate gallery and one of the jury’s of the turner prize.The art work in his hand is “sir nicolas serota makes an acquisition decision” by Charles Thomson the founder of “Stuckism” art movement.This postcard in serota’s hand actually criticises him in nominating TRACY EMIN’s “MY BED” for turner prize .The lady in the picture i suppose is TRACY EMIN.

9. Anjay - January 29, 2010

A :Sir Nicholas Serota, Director of the Tate gallery
Painting: “Sir Nicholas Serota Makes an Acquisitions Decision” by Charles Thompson
B; Tracy Emin, artist who is known to exhibit her used bed, underwear etc as works of art. The above painting satirises this, especially since Nicholas Serota was a judge on the panel which reviewed Emin’s paintings.

10. Abhi - January 29, 2010

The man is Nick Sarota, so the card is some artwork from Tates. No idea about the girl, though..

11. anil raghavan - January 29, 2010

a)sir nicholas serota makes an acquisition decison
b)tacy emin one of the stuckists
asked a qustion last year at cusat basd on the’bed’ of the lady

12. vinayak007 - January 29, 2010

Nicholas Serota (A) holding a leaflet of a painting called ‘Sir Nicholas Serota Makes an Acquisitions Decision.’ by Charles Thomson.
The painting has become the face of the Stuckist demonstrations (centered around the Turner prize event)
The subject of the painting itself bears an allusion to B -> Tracey Emin, a Turner Prize nominee who shot to fame with her exhibit ‘My Bed’ which was a compendium of an ill kept bed, condoms strewed all over and a soiled underwear.

13. Kashyap - January 30, 2010

Sir Nicholas Serota Makes an Acquisitions Decision is one of the best known paintings to come out of the Stuckism art movement, and a likely “signature piece” for the movement,standing for its opposition to conceptual art. It was painted by the Stuckism co-founder Charles Thomson in 2000, and has been exhibited in a number of shows since, as well as being featured on placards during Stuckist demonstrations against the Turner Prize.

It depicts Sir Nicholas Serota, Director of the Tate Gallery, and the usual chairman of the Turner Prize jury. “Emin” satirises Young British Artist Tracey Emin’s installation My Bed, consisting of her bed and objects, including knickers, which she exhibited in 1999 as a Turner Prize nominee.

14. Freestyler - January 30, 2010

Sir Nicholas Serota holding “Sir Nicholas Serota Makes
an Acquisitions Decision” a satire of Tracey Emin’s “My Bed”


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