Subject Matter: Incarceration

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Gülsün Karamustafa
Ceija Stoja
Egon Schiele
Charlie Flannigan
Ellie Shakiba
Zehra Doğan
Ibrahim El-Salahi
Boris Taslitzky
Malangatana Ngwenya
Avigdor Arikha
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Gülsün Karamustafa

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 Social Exclusion, Military Coup, North Africa, Naive, Bold Colors, Prison, Opera, History, Illustration

‘Prison Paintings 11’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings 11’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 on display at Tate Modern.

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 Agnes Martin, John Cage, Military Coup, Talking Points, Source Of Inspiration, Artists Like, North Africa, Artist At Work, Prison

‘Prison Paintings 15’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings 15’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 on display at Tate Modern.

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 Social Exclusion, Psychological Effects, Military Coup, North Africa, Oppression, Naive, Bold Colors, Prison, Paintings

‘Prison Paintings 10’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings 10’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 on display at Tate Modern.

ICYMI: These 10 Artists Found Inspiration in Isolation, From a Bedridden Frida Kahlo to an Imprisoned Egon Schiele Prison Drawings, Self Portait, Agnes Martin, Avant Garde Artists, John Cage, Talking Points, Louise Bourgeois, Artists Like, Artist At Work

‘Prison Paintings 9’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings 9’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 on display at Tate Modern.

Lonely Days Can Make for Great Art. Here's How 10 Artists Thrived in Isolation, From Frida Kahlo to Egon Schiele Prison Drawings, Self Portait, Imogen Cunningham, Military Ranks, Tracey Emin, Avant Garde Artists, North Africa, Art World, Asian Art

‘Prison Paintings 6’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings 6’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 on display at Tate Modern.

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 Social Exclusion, Agnes Martin, John Cage, Military Coup, Talking Points, Louise Bourgeois, Make Art, Artists Like, North Africa

Making Art in Isolation – Talking Point | Tate

Explore how artists of past and present have been creative whilst in solitude

Ceija Stoja

Ceija Stojka International Fund contributes to the knowledge and international influence of the work of Ceija Stojka Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Dark Pictures, Forced Labor, Persecution, How To Level Ground, Us Images, Creative, Art Work

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Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Ceija Stojka International Fund contributes to the knowledge and international influence of the work of Ceija Stojka Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Dark Pictures, Naive Art, Persecution, How To Level Ground, Dusk, Flower Art, In The Heights

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Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Ceija Stojka International Fund contributes to the knowledge and international influence of the work of Ceija Stojka Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Dark Pictures, Forced Labor, Wooden Cabins, Persecution, How To Level Ground, Dusk, In The Heights

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Ceija Stojka International Fund contributes to the knowledge and international influence of the work of Ceija Stojka Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Dark Pictures, Persecution, How To Level Ground, Vintage World Maps, Artwork, Dark Images, Work Of Art

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Ceija Stojka International Fund contributes to the knowledge and international influence of the work of Ceija Stojka Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Dark Pictures, Forced Labor, Persecution, British Army, Mark Making, How To Level Ground, Oppression

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Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Ceija Stojka International Fund contributes to the knowledge and international influence of the work of Ceija Stojka Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Dark Pictures, Persecution, How To Level Ground, In The Heights, The Darkest, Horror, Artwork

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Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Ceija Stojka International Fund contributes to the knowledge and international influence of the work of Ceija Stojka Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Dark Pictures, Wooden Cabins, Persecution, How To Level Ground, Dusk, Landscape Design, In The Heights

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Ceija Stojka ging schilderen na de holocaust - NRC Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Dark Pictures, Forced Labor, Wooden Cabins, Persecution, How To Level Ground, Us Travel, In The Heights

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Ceija Stojka International Fund contributes to the knowledge and international influence of the work of Ceija Stojka Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Dark Pictures, Persecution, How To Level Ground, Artwork, Ideas, Dark Images, Work Of Art

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Ceija Stojka International Fund contributes to the knowledge and international influence of the work of Ceija Stojka Artist Painting, Painting Frames, It Field, Dark Pictures, Persecution, British Army, How To Level Ground, Oppression, Horror

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

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The Survivor of Auschwitz Who Painted a Forgotten Genocide - The New York Times Window Bars, Art Stand, Guernica, Holocaust Survivors, Red Army, Persecution, Light Painting, The Guardian, New Image

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

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Exhibition Ceija Stojka in Paris: So beautiful and striking . Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Dark Pictures, Persecution, How To Level Ground, Mother Earth, How To Introduce Yourself, The Past, Paris

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

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Ceija Stojka International Fund contributes to the knowledge and international influence of the work of Ceija Stojka Artist Painting, Painting Frames, Perfect Triangles, Dark Pictures, Wooden Cabins, Persecution, How To Level Ground, Dusk, In The Heights

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Artwork - Ceija Stojka International Fund

Ceija Stojka: Holocaust survivor who championed Roma rights Horse Drawn Wagon, Happy Images, Jewish Museum, Guernica, Holocaust Survivors, Persecution, Female Art, Horror, Display

'She worked against forgetting': Holocaust survivor's art goes on display

'She worked against forgetting': Holocaust survivor's art goes on display | Art and design | The Guardian

'She worked against forgetting': Holocaust survivor's art goes on display Guernica, Holocaust Survivors, Sunflower Fields, Cabins In The Woods, The Guardian, The Past, To Go, Survival, Display

'She worked against forgetting': Holocaust survivor's art goes on display

'She worked against forgetting': Holocaust survivor's art goes on display | Art and design | The Guardian

Ceija Stojka, who died in dedicated her later years to chronicling Nazi atrocities Bergen, Guernica, Holocaust Survivors, Sunflower Fields, Cabins In The Woods, To Go, Display, Design, The Holocaust

'She worked against forgetting': Holocaust survivor's art goes on display

'She worked against forgetting': Holocaust survivor's art goes on display | Art and design | The Guardian

Egon Schiele

Egon Schiele - prison cell in Neulengbach Gustav Klimt, Drawing S, Painting & Drawing, 1920s Art, Art Database, Orange, Tag Art, Online Art, Les Oeuvres

Egon Schiele - Wikipedia

Egon Schiele - Die eine Orange war das einzige Licht19-4-1912 - Egon Schiele - Wikipedia

Charlie Flannigan

Illiterate cattleman Charlie Flannigan spent his final months in prison drawing his memories before becoming the first man hanged in the NT. More than a century later, his art is being celebrated. Prison Drawings, Collection Manager, Punch Magazine, Cool Headed, Solitary Confinement, Hand Sketch, Irish Men, What Goes On, The Row

130-year-old drawings of mysterious death-row artist on show

Illiterate cattleman Charlie Flannigan spent his final months in prison drawing his memories before becoming the first man hanged in the NT. More than a century later, his art is being celebrated.

Ellie Shakiba

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Blind Borders Series of Paintings | Ellieshakiba Blinds, Paintings, Abstract, Artwork, Summary, Work Of Art, Paint, Auguste Rodin Artwork, Shades Blinds

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Zehra Doğan

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Zehra Dogan

Zehra Doğan is a ethnic Kurdish painter and journalist from Diyarbakır, Turkey. She is best known as the editor of Jinha, a feminist Kurdish news agency reporting news in the Kurdish language with a staff consisting entirely of women. Since February 2016 Doğan has been living and reporting in Nusayb

Zehra Dogan – ARTPIL World Photography, Photography Awards, San Francisco Museums, World Press, Video Artist, Whitney Museum, Female Photographers, Press Photo, Museum Of Modern Art

Zehra Dogan

Zehra Doğan is a ethnic Kurdish painter and journalist from Diyarbakır, Turkey. She is best known as the editor of Jinha, a feminist Kurdish news agency reporting news in the Kurdish language with a staff consisting entirely of women. Since February 2016 Doğan has been living and reporting in Nusayb

Zehra Doğan’s Graphic Novel Details Her Harrowing Experience in Prison Prison Drawings, Turkey History, Prison Officer, Turkish Military, Sleep On The Floor, Political Prisoners, Marker Pen, Colored Pencils, Contemporary Art

Zehra Doğan’s Graphic Novel Details Her Harrowing Experience in Prison

Accused of propaganda for depicting destruction by Turkish military forces, Doğan’s graphic novel about her experience is now on display for the first time.

Zehra Doğan’s Graphic Novel Details Her Harrowing Experience in Prison Prison Drawings, Turkey History, Prison Officer, Turkish Military, Sleep On The Floor, Political Prisoners, Marker Pen, Ottoman Empire, Contemporary Art

Zehra Doğan’s Graphic Novel Details Her Harrowing Experience in Prison

Accused of propaganda for depicting destruction by Turkish military forces, Doğan’s graphic novel about her experience is now on display for the first time.

Ibrahim El-Salahi

'Self-Portrait of Suffering' by England-based Sudanese artist Ibrahim El-Salahi collection: Iwalewa-Haus, University of Bayreuth, Germany. via the Tate African Paintings, African Artists, Contemporary African Art, Neo Expressionism, Cultural Identity, Art Database, Portrait Inspiration, New Artists, Artist Painting

Ibrahim el-Salahi: from Sudanese prison to Tate Modern show

The first African artist to get a Tate Modern retrospective has come a long way since he drew on scraps while a political prisoner. Mark Hudson meets a pioneer finally getting his due

The Sudanese artist reflects on an extraordinary career ahead of new work being shown at the Fair in London Military Dictatorship, Riverside House, Contemporary African Art, Learn Calligraphy, Islamic World, Sufi, Screen Printing, Modern Art, How To Find Out

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Often considered El-Salahi's masterpiece, 'The Inevitable' was first conceived by the artist during his wrongful imprisonment. Deprived of paper, El-Salahi w. 5 September, Abstract Words, Malcolm X, Inevitable, Art History, Improve Yourself, Acting, Spirit, War

Ibrahim El-Salahi – The Inevitable | TateShots

Often considered a masterpiece, The Inevitable was first conceived by the artist during his wrongful imprisonment

Boris Taslitzky

Click to close image, click and drag to move. Use arrow keys for next and previous. French Boys, French Man, Buchenwald Concentration Camp, Back Drawing, Arrow Keys, Close Image, The Gathering, Guinea Pigs, Painters

Boris TASLITZKY, Drawings, War Drawings 1944-1945, Buchenwald Camp 1

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Drawings of Buchenwald by Boris Taslkitzky accompanied by piano music by Eitan Altman Perfect Triangles, Piano Music, Drawings, Youtube, Sketches, Drawing, Portrait, Youtubers, Draw

Drawings of Buchenwald by Boris Taslitzky

(6) Drawings of Buchenwald by Boris Taslitzky - YouTube

Malangatana Ngwenya

Tate is a family of four art galleries in London, Liverpool and Cornwall known as Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives. Tate art museum houses the UK's collection of British art from 1500 and of international modern art A Level Art Sketchbook, Art Institute Of Chicago, Displaying Collections, Public Art, African Art, Art Education, Insta Art, New Art, Painting & Drawing

‘Untitled’, Malangatana Ngwenya, 1967 | Tate

‘Untitled’, Malangatana Ngwenya, 1967 | Tate

Avigdor Arikha

IDEA - ALM : Avigdor Arikha: Boyhood drawings made in deportation to Transnistria Lightbox, Drawings, Image, Sketches, Drawing, Portrait, Draw, Grimm, Illustrations

IDEA - ALM : Avigdor Arikha: Boyhood drawings made in deportation to Transnistria

Avigdor Arikha: Drawings – Adelaide's Pop-Up Bookshop Draw Show, Book Show, This Book, Pop, Gallery, Drawings, Popular, Pop Music, Roof Rack

Avigdor Arikha: Drawings

Avigdor Arikha: Drawings – Adelaide's Pop-Up Bookshop

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Egon Schiele - prison cell in Neulengbach Gustav Klimt, Drawing S, Painting & Drawing, 1920s Art, Art Database, Orange, Tag Art, Online Art, Les Oeuvres

Egon Schiele - Wikipedia

Egon Schiele - Die eine Orange war das einzige Licht19-4-1912 - Egon Schiele - Wikipedia

Illiterate cattleman Charlie Flannigan spent his final months in prison drawing his memories before becoming the first man hanged in the NT. More than a century later, his art is being celebrated. Prison Drawings, Collection Manager, Punch Magazine, Cool Headed, Solitary Confinement, Hand Sketch, Irish Men, What Goes On, The Row

130-year-old drawings of mysterious death-row artist on show

Illiterate cattleman Charlie Flannigan spent his final months in prison drawing his memories before becoming the first man hanged in the NT. More than a century later, his art is being celebrated.

Blind Borders Series of Paintings | Ellieshakiba Blinds, Paintings, Art, Art Background, Paint, Shades Blinds, Painting Art, Kunst, Blind

HOME | Ellieshakiba

Blind Borders Series of Paintings | Ellieshakiba

KidsOffNauru Campaign | Ellieshakiba Raised House, Only Yesterday, Hashtags, Campaign, Entertaining, Twitter, Face, Projects, Kids

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KidsOffNauru Campaign | Ellieshakiba

Blind Borders Series of Paintings | Ellieshakiba Blinds, Paintings, Abstract, Artwork, Summary, Work Of Art, Paint, Auguste Rodin Artwork, Shades Blinds

HOME | Ellieshakiba

Blind Borders Series of Paintings | Ellieshakiba

Banksy attire l’Attention sur l’Artiste turc emprisonnée Zehra Doğan Bristol, Banksy Mural, Protest Songs, National Art Museum, Jewish Museum, Artist Pens, New York, Freedom Of Speech, Street Artists

Zehra Dogan

Zehra Doğan is a ethnic Kurdish painter and journalist from Diyarbakır, Turkey. She is best known as the editor of Jinha, a feminist Kurdish news agency reporting news in the Kurdish language with a staff consisting entirely of women. Since February 2016 Doğan has been living and reporting in Nusayb

Zehra Dogan – ARTPIL World Photography, Photography Awards, San Francisco Museums, World Press, Video Artist, Whitney Museum, Female Photographers, Press Photo, Museum Of Modern Art

Zehra Dogan

Zehra Doğan is a ethnic Kurdish painter and journalist from Diyarbakır, Turkey. She is best known as the editor of Jinha, a feminist Kurdish news agency reporting news in the Kurdish language with a staff consisting entirely of women. Since February 2016 Doğan has been living and reporting in Nusayb

Zehra Doğan’s Graphic Novel Details Her Harrowing Experience in Prison Prison Drawings, Turkey History, Prison Officer, Turkish Military, Sleep On The Floor, Political Prisoners, Marker Pen, Colored Pencils, Contemporary Art

Zehra Doğan’s Graphic Novel Details Her Harrowing Experience in Prison

Accused of propaganda for depicting destruction by Turkish military forces, Doğan’s graphic novel about her experience is now on display for the first time.

Zehra Doğan’s Graphic Novel Details Her Harrowing Experience in Prison Prison Drawings, Turkey History, Prison Officer, Turkish Military, Sleep On The Floor, Political Prisoners, Marker Pen, Ottoman Empire, Contemporary Art

Zehra Doğan’s Graphic Novel Details Her Harrowing Experience in Prison

Accused of propaganda for depicting destruction by Turkish military forces, Doğan’s graphic novel about her experience is now on display for the first time.

'Self-Portrait of Suffering' by England-based Sudanese artist Ibrahim El-Salahi collection: Iwalewa-Haus, University of Bayreuth, Germany. via the Tate African Paintings, African Artists, Contemporary African Art, Neo Expressionism, Cultural Identity, Art Database, Portrait Inspiration, New Artists, Artist Painting

Ibrahim el-Salahi: from Sudanese prison to Tate Modern show

The first African artist to get a Tate Modern retrospective has come a long way since he drew on scraps while a political prisoner. Mark Hudson meets a pioneer finally getting his due

The Sudanese artist reflects on an extraordinary career ahead of new work being shown at the Fair in London Military Dictatorship, Riverside House, Contemporary African Art, Learn Calligraphy, Islamic World, Sufi, Screen Printing, Modern Art, How To Find Out

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News, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication

Often considered El-Salahi's masterpiece, 'The Inevitable' was first conceived by the artist during his wrongful imprisonment. Deprived of paper, El-Salahi w. 5 September, Abstract Words, Malcolm X, Inevitable, Art History, Improve Yourself, Acting, Spirit, War

Ibrahim El-Salahi – The Inevitable | TateShots

Often considered a masterpiece, The Inevitable was first conceived by the artist during his wrongful imprisonment

Click to close image, click and drag to move. Use arrow keys for next and previous. French Boys, French Man, Buchenwald Concentration Camp, Back Drawing, Arrow Keys, Close Image, The Gathering, Guinea Pigs, Painters

Boris TASLITZKY, Drawings, War Drawings 1944-1945, Buchenwald Camp 1

Click to close image, click and drag to move. Use arrow keys for next and previous.

Drawings of Buchenwald by Boris Taslkitzky accompanied by piano music by Eitan Altman Perfect Triangles, Piano Music, Drawings, Youtube, Sketches, Drawing, Portrait, Youtubers, Draw

Drawings of Buchenwald by Boris Taslitzky

(6) Drawings of Buchenwald by Boris Taslitzky - YouTube

Tate is a family of four art galleries in London, Liverpool and Cornwall known as Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives. Tate art museum houses the UK's collection of British art from 1500 and of international modern art A Level Art Sketchbook, Art Institute Of Chicago, Displaying Collections, Public Art, African Art, Art Education, Insta Art, New Art, Painting & Drawing

‘Untitled’, Malangatana Ngwenya, 1967 | Tate

‘Untitled’, Malangatana Ngwenya, 1967 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 Social Exclusion, Military Coup, North Africa, Naive, Bold Colors, Prison, Opera, History, Illustration

‘Prison Paintings 11’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Prison Paintings 11’, Gulsun Karamustafa, 1972 on display at Tate Modern.