Eva Rothschild, Legend, Powder coated aluminum and Perspex / Tate – Tate Patrons 2010
Photo Sylvain Deleu
Eva Rothschild
Artist

Eva Rothchild was born in Dublin and studied at the University of Ulster, Belfast, and at Goldsmith’s College, London. In 1999 she exhibited in Utopias, at the Douglas Hyde Gallery; more recently, she held a one person exhibition at the Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane, Dublin, Ireland. Her work has been widely seen internationally, most notably in a solo shows at the Kunsthalle, Zurich, Whitechapel Gallery, London, and in group exhibitions at the New Museum, New York, Tate Liverpool, UK, Pizzuti Collection, Columbus, OH, and the Fundacion Banco Santander, Madrid, Spain. Rothschild currently lives and works in London.

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Eva Rothschild
Artist

Eva Rothchild was born in Dublin and studied at the University of Ulster, Belfast, and at Goldsmith’s College, London. In 1999 she exhibited in Utopias, at the Douglas Hyde Gallery; more recently, she held a one person exhibition at the Dublin City Gallery, The Hugh Lane, Dublin, Ireland. Her work has been widely seen internationally, most notably in a solo shows at the Kunsthalle, Zurich, Whitechapel Gallery, London, and in group exhibitions at the New Museum, New York, Tate Liverpool, UK, Pizzuti Collection, Columbus, OH, and the Fundacion Banco Santander, Madrid, Spain. Rothschild currently lives and works in London.

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Eva Rothschild, Legend, Powder coated aluminum and Perspex / Tate – Tate Patrons 2010
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