De Monchaux is renowned for her intricate, decorative sculptures which evoke an underlying sense of anxiety. Her work is seductive and often explores themes of eroticism and death.
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Original photograph by FXP. Photograph of print by Richard Hubert Smith.
- Medium - Giclée print, carbon pencil rottenstone & graphite
- Dimensions - 47 x 122 x 2.5cm
- Edition - 15
About Cathy de Monchaux
Cathy de Monchaux was born in 1960. She studied at Camberwell School of Art, and at Goldsmiths College.
De Monchaux was shortlisted for 1998’s Turner Prize and has previously collaborated with musician-artist Peter Gabriel. Her work is held in private and public collections including the Tate Gallery, the Arts Council, Hirshorn Museum (Washington DC), and the Albright-Knox Art Museum (New York).
The artist is currently working on a solo exhibition at Leeds Art Gallery for 2017.