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Layla Curtis

Layla Curtis (born 1975) is a British artist whose early practice focused on cartography. Her work is concerned with borders and boundaries, both physical and metaphorical; on mapping the contemporary city and globalisation.

Curtis studied at Edinburgh College of Art (1994-98) and at Chelsea College of Art (1999-2000). Her work has featured in numerous publications, including Mapping London: Making Sense of the City and Mapping New York (Black Dog), and her public commissions include works for Art on the Underground and Turner Contemporary. Curtis was included in The Map Is not the Territory series of exhibitions held by England & Co. She had exhibited internationally and her work is represented in several public collections including Tate, London.





Prints



World Political - Details


World Political 2001

Screen print
Edition of 80