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CULTURE CLUB

GILBERT & GEORGE

GILBERT AND GEORGE HAVE BEEN RESPONSIBLE FOR GROUNDBREAKING AND OFTEN CONTROVERSIAL ART WORKS. THEY HAVE ALSO HAD THE LARGEST ARTIST RETROSPECTIVE AT TATE MODERN.

I’ve always thought that great art comes from an artist’s unique way of experiencing the world. And if this is the case, Gilbert and George must rank as two of the greatest artists alive today. Except that they don’t think of themselves as two artists; they’ve always defined themselves as ‘two people, one artist’.

Gilbert Prousch was born in northern Italy in 1943 and George Passmore in Devon in 1942. They met and fell in love while studying at Saint Martin’s School of Art in 1967 and soon began working together.

EXISTERS, 1984
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