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Exhibition: Study #7. Wallpaper – Tangier, Yto Barrada (13 Jun – 2 Aug 2014)

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Study is a focused case-study of a single work from the David Roberts Collection. Each work in the series is displayed with in-depth research material: from its technical production, origin and history to its position in the artist’s practice and contemporary debates.

Wallpaper – Tangier, 2001 by Yto Barrada will be the seventh in the series of studies of works from the David Roberts Collection.

Previous Studies include works by Victor Man, Carole Bove, Bruce McLean, Martin Boyce, Boyle Family and Michael Simpson.

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  • Yto Barrada, Wallpaper - Tangier, 2001, C-print, 60 x 60 cm. Courtesy: the artist and David Roberts Collection, London.
    1/4Yto Barrada, Wallpaper - Tangier, 2001, C-print, 60 x 60 cm. Courtesy: the artist and David Roberts Collection, London.
  • Installation view of 'Study #7.  Wallpaper - Tangier, Yto Barrada' at DRAF, London, 2014. Photo: Matthew Booth.
    2/4Installation view of 'Study #7. Wallpaper - Tangier, Yto Barrada' at DRAF, London, 2014. Photo: Matthew Booth.
  • Installation view of 'Study #7.  Wallpaper - Tangier, Yto Barrada' at DRAF, London, 2014. Photo: Matthew Booth.
    3/4Installation view of 'Study #7. Wallpaper - Tangier, Yto Barrada' at DRAF, London, 2014. Photo: Matthew Booth.
  • Yto Barrada, Wallpaper – Tangier, 2001 and Camille Henrot, Cynopolis, 2007-2009. Installation view at DRAF, London, 2014. © ADAGP Camille Henrot. Courtesy the artists, kamel mennour, Paris and David Roberts Collection, London. Photo: Matthew Booth.
    4/4Yto Barrada, Wallpaper – Tangier, 2001 and Camille Henrot, Cynopolis, 2007-2009. Installation view at DRAF, London, 2014. © ADAGP Camille Henrot. Courtesy the artists, kamel mennour, Paris and David Roberts Collection, London. Photo: Matthew Booth.