In 2002, she received her BFA from Central St Martins, London and studied towards her MFA at Goldsmiths College, London. Courtesy the artist and Mot International, 'Farfromwords', 2013. Laure Prouvost Represents France. Laure Prouvost was born in Lille, France and is currently based in Antwerp. London Wallpaper* is part of TI Media Limited. Each poster is a digital reproduction of a hand-painted sign complete with a sentence explicitly devised for the Underground in its iconic Johnston typeface, with corporate logos painted too. (In 2008, two years after the British Conceptual artist died, it was transformed into a public gallery and includes an archive devoted to him). She also took part in the LUX Associate Programme. Further works include ‘oh stay with us the party has just begun’ that will fill the entire atrium at Heathrow station and ‘ideally these words would pause everything now’ a 20-metre sign at Stratford station that directly addresses the millions of passengers who pass through Stratford station each day. Her work does what video art does best – tells loveable lies with plenty of rhyme and very little reason. Artist Laure Prouvost is exhibiting a new work, 'Farfromwords', at London's Whitechapel Gallery. From 2003 to 2013 she directed tank.tv, an online platform for video art. Fallen from the nudes she received her BFA from Central St Martins, London in 2002 and studied towards her MFA at Goldsmiths College, London. In 2011, Prouvost won the MaxMara Art Prize for Women and was the recipient of the Turner Prize in 2013. }); Copyright © 2020, art websites by artcloud, Ideally This Print Will Take You Far Away, Ideally This Print Would be Hanged Higher, This print wishes to be on the other side of this wall. At Ortuzar Projects, New York, the artist’s radiant portraits of travellers on ‘citizen ships’ maintain ‘an abiding faith in the power of the human spirit’, At Daniel Marzona and Barbara Wien, Berlin, the artist highlights the communicative potential of everyday objects, At Situations, New York, the photographer’s portraits of lovers and Elvis-obsessed Swiss youths share sartorial cues, At Galerie Kandlhofer, Vienna, the artist reflects on the politics that dictate which lives matter, At Birmingham’s Eastside Projects, the artist’s latest curatorial project probes at what might happen when the digital bleeds into the physical, At James Cohan, New York, a suite of new paintings harken back to the chaotic pre-COVID streets, With works by 11 artists, ‘Study of Things’ at Guangdong Times Museum offers regional perspectives on rampant industries, The artist's exhibitions at galeria stereo pays tribute to Blecher's ferible dream diary The Lit-Up Burrow, For her first UK exhibition at London’s Barbican, the artist builds a narrative of two lovers caught up in a matriarchal society, A touring retrospective at Kunsthalle Bremen and Gemeentemuseum Den Haag reveals the comic side of the artist’s work and its unique position in the history of German painting, William Scott’s Close Encounters of a Human Kind, Olu Oguibe Creates Monuments to the Precarity of Survival, Sonia Boyce Invites Uncomfortable Confrontations, Grace Weaver’s Portraits of Urban Anxiety, A Show in Guangzhou Investigates Late Capitalism in the Global South, Gizela Mickiewicz's Homage to Romanian Writer Max Blecher, The artist's exhibitions at galeria stereo pays tribute to Blecher's ferible dream diary, Toyin Ojih Odutola Imagines a Prehistoric Civilization Where Women Rule, Norbert Schwontkowski’s Colourful Sense of Humour. Her dream is here.” – Laure Prouvost. Laure Prouvost, Farfromwords, 2013. As we approach the prospect of the UK leaving the European Union, Prouvost challenges us to question everything. She now lives in her ‘ deep see blue ‘ caravan galloping towards Venice. She combines existing and imagined personal memories with artistic and literary references to create complex film installations that muddy the distinction between fiction and reality. She received her BFA from Central St Martins, London in 2002 and studied towards her MFA at Goldsmiths College, London. Her experience working as John Latham’s assistant in the early 2000s has provided a rich and playful resource for her work. 77-82 Whitechapel High St She received her BFA from Central St Martins, London in 2002 and studied towards her MFA at Goldsmiths College, London. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.By submitting your information, you agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy & Cookies Policy.