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Lisa Brice, Untitled, 2023
Lisa Brice, Untitled, 2023
Lisa Brice, Untitled, 2023
Lisa Brice, Untitled, 2023

Lisa Brice, Untitled, 2023

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NEW
2023
11 colour screenprint on Somerset Velvet Warm White 400gsm
Produced by Counter Studio, Margate
76 x 60 cm
Edition of 100, signed and dated by the artist

Lisa Brice, along with seven other leading international artists, were asked to create a print to celebrate the ICA's 75th anniversary. A third of the profits from the sale of each print will be benefit the ICA's programme.

The eight prints are now available to purchase individually through Counter Editions website. Please enquire about the availibility of Counter Editions x ICA 75 Years Print Portfolio here

A third of the profits from the sale of each print will be benefit the ICA's programme.


Whether confronting viewers with a direct gaze or seemingly unaware of their presence, Brice's women stand as empowered figures driven by their own desires, rather than those of the spectator.⁠ Untitled (2023) presents a resting female figure in Brice’s signature cobalt blue. Brice arrived at this particular blue in response to the light of a neon sign; she wanted to “capture the fleeting colour of twilight – that transitional gloaming hour – in paint”.

About the Artist

Lisa Brice (b. 1968, Cape Town, SA. Lives and works in London, UK)

Lisa Brice challenges traditional representations of women in Western art history through her figurative painting practice. The female nude, depicted in Brice's signature cobalt blue, is reclaimed from a male gaze that seeks to disempower women as passive objects of desire. In individual and group portraits set in studios and bars, women are liberated from the roles of model and muse. Whether confronting viewers with a direct gaze or seemingly unaware of their presence, Brice's women stand as empowered figures driven by their own desires, rather than those of the spectator.