Emma Talbot


Emma Talbot, Bibliotheque, 2012.
Hand-drawn photo lithograph on Somerset Velvet paper, 50 x 60cm.
Edition of 44, signed and numbered by the artist.



Emma Talbot's series of Little Deaths (from the French term petit mort which means orgasm) at her show Bad Objects, Little Deaths are a bed sheet sized group of black and white drawings on thin Japanese paper which expose the narratives of her sexual fantasies. Bibliotheque was especially produced as a limited edition print to accompany the show.



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Emma Talbot lives and works in London. Bad Objects, Little Deaths is Talbot’s third solo show at Transition following Pictures From my Heart (2010) and I’ll be Your Mirror (2005) (publication available). She also had a two-person show, The Craft (2007) with Cathie Pilkington. Talbot has been shortlisted for the John Moores Painting Prize 2012, and her work will feature in The Power of Paper, Saatchi Gallery. Her recent solo exhibitions include You Would Cry Too If It Happened To You, Gallery Kusseneers, Antwerp, The Solo Project, Basel 2011, A Sheffield Song, BLOC, Sheffield and recent group exhibitions include Me and My Shadow, Kate MacGarry, TOLD, Hales Gallery, The Life of The Mind, New Art Gallery Walsall.