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Gilbert & George (1943-; 1942-), Artists

Sitter in 12 portraits
Artist of 1 portrait
Operating as one artist, Gilbert Proesch (b.1943) and George Passmore (b.1942) have worked together as Gilbert & George since they met in the 1960s, when they were both studying at St Martin's School of Art, London. International exhibitors and winners of the Turner Prize in 1986, they are noted for their performance work and large photo-pieces. Solo exhibitions include those at the Pompidou Centre, Paris (1981), the Baltimore Museum of Art, (1984) and the Guggenheim (1985) and a major retrospective at Tate Modern (2007).

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Gilbert & George

by Chris Garnham
two bromide prints, 1986
NPG P853


Gilbert & George ('IN THE PISS')

by Gilbert & George
photo-piece of nine panels, 1997
NPG 6489


Gilbert & George

by Horst P. Horst
modern print from original negative, 1970s
NPG x137756


Gilbert & George

by Michael James O'Brien
archival digital print, 1987
NPG x138158


Gilbert & George

by Chris Garnham
bromide fibre print, July 1987
NPG x38383


Gilbert & George

by Daniel Farson
resin print, 1990
NPG x135681


Gilbert & George

by Daniel Farson
resin print, 1990
NPG x135682


'The British Council 70 Years at the Venice Biennale'

by Julian Germain
archival inkjet print, 21 October 2009
NPG x132893


Gilbert & George

by Lord Snowdon
gelatin silver print, 1985
On display in Room 37A at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG P1876


Gilbert & George

by Julian Cottrell
print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Bright White paper, 1971
NPG x133161


Gilbert & George

by Julian Cottrell
silver bromide print, 1971
NPG x133162


Gilbert & George

by Derry Moore, 12th Earl of Drogheda
bromide fibre print, 1997
NPG x126967