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Eva Rothschild

°1971, Dublin (IR) – lives and works in London (UK)

Eva Rothschild’s sculptures are made from a range of materials including fabric, leather and wood, bringing together the hand-made and the industrially produced. The works often combine the forms and strategies of modernist art – squares, triangles, holes and repetition – with an array of visual associations and symbols, such as totemic columns of piled heads and draped snakes.

This exploration of the power and meaning of objects produces an encounter between the minimal and the magical. Leaning against walls, suspended in mid-air, or balancing impossibly, Rothschild’s sculptures have an ambiguous and powerful presence, exploring universally recognised forms and symbols.

(courtesy of The Hepworth Wakefield)

Eva Rothschild’s solo exhibitions include Kunsthalle, Zurich; South London Gallery, London; The Hepworth Wakefield; Kunstverein, Hannover; Centro de Arte Contemporaneo, Murcia; and Tate Britain, London. Group exhibitions include Dallas Museum of Art; Tate St Ives, Cornwall; Witte de With, Rotterdam; Kiosk, Ghent; Tate Liverpool; and the Sydney Biennale.
Eva Rothschild is represented by the following galleries;
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The Modern Institute, Glasgow  

Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich

Kaufmann Repetto, Milan  

303 Gallery, New York 

works by Eva Rothschild