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Karla Black is a British painter who was born in 1972. Karla Black has had numerous gallery and museum exhibitions, including at the David Zwirner, 519 West 19th Street and at the Modern Art. Several works by the artist have been sold at auction, including 'Unpreventable Within' sold at Christie's King Street 'Thinking Big' in 2013 for $16,164. There have been Numerous articles about Karla Black, including 'Karla Black / Solo Exhibition at Stuart Shave / Modern Art, London' written for VernissageTV in 2012.
 
 
 

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Karla Black, Unpreventable Within
cling film, baby...
Unpreventable Within
Lot 39
Christie's King Street
 

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Karla Black - Modern Art
UK / London : Exhibition
Modern Art
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Latest News & Articles

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Absolutely Curtains: Karla Black’s Diaphanous Walls at Modern Art
Art Critical / Paul Carey-kent
Modern Art gallery recently moved back towards the East...
London Calling: Frieze Week 2014
MutualArt / Lori Zimmer
Pack your bags, London is calling! As Frieze and its...
Edinburgh Art Festival: Generation: 25 Years of Contemporary Art in Scotland, review: 'diverse'
Telegraph / Alastair Sooke
This celebration of Scottish art from the last quarter...
Jessica Stockholder and Karla Black at Galleria Raffaella Cortese, Milan
MOUSSE Magazine
Raffaella Cortese is proud to present “Glimpse”, a solo...
 
 

Bad Thing

Lying on her side on the floor she stared at a cup. She thought about what had happened, and how it existed in the world now like an unchangeable and definite solid.

To begin with there had been no words, only the staring and a feeling that what had happened actually was the cup. By looking at it she got to know it. The cup could not be ignored or denied because there it was.

She eventually realised that if the bad thing that had happened had edges and could be looked at, then it must be separate from her and she must, therefore, be able to get away from it. She kept lying there looking, not used to it enough yet to leave it.

(Karla Black, Tollcross 111, Ed. Neil Bickerton, Neil Mulholland, Glasgow 2005)

Born in 1972 in Alexandria, Scotland, Karla Black lives and works in Glasgow. She has recently presented solo exhibitions at Capitain Petzel, Berlin (2010), Kunsthalle Nürnberg, Nürnberg (2010), Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (2009), Migros Museum, Zurich (2009) and Mary Mary, Glasgow (2009). Her work has also been shown as part of “Nothing to say and I am saying it” at Kunstverein Freiburg (2009) and “Black Hole” at Kunsthalle Andratx, Mallorca (2009), and was also included in the 1st Brussels Biennial (2008), “Strange Solution”, Art Now at Tate Britain, London (2008) and “Poor Thing” at Kunsthalle Basel (2007).

Karla Black is represented by Galery Gisela Capitain, Cologne.

 
 
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