Developing an intensely personal oeuvre packed with confrontational, brutally honest reflections upon the self, Tracey Emin is perhaps the most pioneering female artist of our time. This is a selection of Emin’s iPad sketches, featuring the artist’s personal themes and characteristic hand. Emin was involved in British Airways’ 2010 Campaign “Save the Postcard,” and of postcards said, “"My father would send me postcards from every place he went, so I could share the magic of his journey as the postcard landed on the floor. I am a big postcard sender, mainly pictures of cute kittens or little animals. In this day and age, when so many people text and email, I am asking you to revive the tradition of the postcard." Here, the artist expertly combines the technology of the iPad with the tradition of the postcard.
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