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Marlene Dumas is an internationally renowned painter and recognised for her contribution to the development of painting and for the manner in which she visually critiques racial, sexual and social issues through her work. She has succeeded in lending pictorial form to the fragility of existence, to feelings of fear and anxiety but also of commitment love and hope. The relationship between text and image is an important aspect to her work . Her work has been shown in retrospectives in Japan, South Africa and the US.. Her last retrospective bears the title ‘The Image as Burden’ and started in Amsterdam in 2014 and travelled on to London and Basel.
Jennifer Higgie is co-editor of frieze editor of Frieze Masters Magazine.
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