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Seven colour screen print
42 x 30 cm
Limited Edition of 50
Signed and numbered by the artist

We have one edition remaining, previously framed for display. Please enquire if interested.

This edition by Tala Madani was produced by Nottingham Contemporary on the occasion of Madani’s solo exhibition in 2014.

The work captures a playful scene which Madani is best known for. She has said that she uses humour to “bring everyone’s guards down”. In her paintings, competitive violence is reduced to an absurd impotence. So called feminine colours or patterns are applied to the macho activities.

All profits raised from the sale of this limited-edition work support Nottingham Contemporary’s free programme of exhibitions, educational activities and research programmes.

Tala Madani (b.1981) born in Iran and lives and works in L.A. Tala is considered as one of the most original painters to have emerged in recent years. Her work reflects on masculinity, group dynamics, sexuality, and power play – topics that are explored with humour, as well as impossible cartoon violence.

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