Lisa Brice Homemaking 3 (1995)

  • Unique piece from 1995 suitable for wall mounting
  • Female view of art and society - housework as a theme
  • South African artist - Working in London
  • 2018 solo exhibition in Tate Britain


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Product number: 33614
Category Object
artist Brice, Lisa
year 1995
Title Homemaking 3
size 1 175,0 x 195,0 cm
material Varnish over printed paper on wooden board behind metal frame
edition Unique
signature Verso details on gallery label as well as signed and dated: Lisa Brice 95
publication -
Provenance Gallery Frank Hänel, Frankfurt Private Collection Germany
The Object is in a very good condition
Minimal surface traces and impurities. Traces of previous mounting on verso.
Lisa Brice wurde 1968 in Kapstadt, Südafrika geboren.

Brice studierte Malerei an der Michaelis Kunstschule in Kapstadt. Im Jahr 2018 präsentierte Brice eine vielbeachtete Einzelausstellung in der Tate Britain.

Brice kämpft teilweise gegen die Malerei und produziert dunkle, ausdrucksvolle Kompositionen, die aus der Herausforderung dessen entstehen, was sie als Ungewissheit des Mediums sieht.

Sie lebt und arbeitet in London.

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Features and remarks

We offer here a large wall object by Lisa Brice from 1995.

In the 1990s, the South African, who loves to experiment, devoted herself increasingly to installation and sculpture. She uses readily available, common household materials such as linoleum, leather, denim or metal.

Here, it is collaged images on paper, reproduced with a photocopier, which Brice collages on a plate and mounts behind a metal frame. Like a grid, in front of the repeating images of the woman as mother, saint and sex symbol, the black metal struts of the sculpture form a supposedly "cosy" corner with sofa, table and lamp in the domestic "good room".

"Homemaking" thus artistically skilfully and with red signal colour shows how the ideal of the housewife is constituted in history and questioned today.