Wherever I Am

Yael Bartana, Emily Jacir, Lee Miller

Artists Yael Bartana and Emily Jacir were both born in 1970. Their work in video, photography and other media explores what it means to be, respectively, Israeli and Palestinian. Addressing issues of national identity, displacement and personal freedom, they are among the most impressive artists of their generation. Lee Miller (1907 – 1977) has a unique place in the history of twentieth century photography. She is best known for her surrealist infused reports for Vogue magazine during the Second World War. This fully illustrated book accompanies the exhibition Wherever I Am held at Modern Art Oxford, July to September 2004. Includes an introduction by Andrew Nairne and essays by award winning novelist Linda Grant, curator Galit Eilat, critic Tom Vanderbilt, Professor David Alan Mellor, and the late Edward W Said.

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