Catherine Yass


Catherine Yass is a London-based artist. Nominated for the Turner Prize in 2002, she is widely recognised for her distinctive photographic and film-based work, including her wall-mounted light boxes. Yass’ art features a range of subjects, from portraits to vacant urban spaces, performances to monuments.Notable solo exhibitions include Ambika P3, London; Lighthouse at Galerie Lelong, New York and a mid-career retrospective at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea. Her work is in collections around the world including Tate, Arts Council England and Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. Yass' permanent public art commission at Paddington Square will continue her exploration between public buildings and their occupants, as well as the documentation of human movement in time and space.

Curated by Lacuna, Yass's first permanent public art commission in London will be located at Paddington Square and launching in 2024.

Represented by Galerie Lelong.

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