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Layla Curtis

Layla Curtis is a British artist whose practice has focused on borders and boundaries, globalisation and language. She studied at Edinburgh and then Chelsea College of Art. Her work has been featured in numerous publications, including Mapping London, Making Sense of the City and Mapping New York (both published by Black Dog). Public commissions include works for Art on the Underground and Turner Contemporary. She is represented in public collections including Tate, London, and has exhibited widely internationally, including Europe, USA and Japan. She is currently exhibiting in The Map Is Not the Territory Revisited at England & Co in London and in Actions: What You Can Do With the City at the Graham Foundation, Chicago.



Prints



World Political - Details


World Political 2001

Screen print
Edition of 80