“Rather than focusing on the details of Moss’s now extremely ‘familiar’ face, Emin has decided to expose a more personal side of the model using a line that simply traces the curve of the leg, the suggestion of an arm, and the cursory but delicate outlining of her face,” reads the description for this polymer gravure etching of the waif model. It was created by artist Tracey Emin and is being sold off at Bonhams “Vision 21” auction tomorrow in London. It’s expected to fetch around $2000. Other Kate Moss derived works include BANKSY’S famed screenprint—estimated sale price: $60K—and this magnificent photo print of her naked spiny back by Albert Watson. |ArtDaily|