Tim Noble; Sue Webster
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C-type colour print, Summer 2002
19 3/8 in. x 15 3/8 in. (493 mm x 392 mm)
- Tim Noble (1966-), Artist. Sitter in 2 portraits, Artist associated with 1 portrait.
- Sue Webster (1967-), Artist. Sitter in 2 portraits, Artist associated with 1 portrait.
Artists Noble and Webster met whilst on a Fine Art course at Nottingham Trent Polytechnic. Known for their use of rubbish, neon lights and self-portraiture. Had their first two-person show British Rubbish in London (1996). The New Barbarians, their interpretation of early human beings, was shown at the Chisenhale Gallery , London in 1999. Gained plaudits for their contribution to Apocalypse at the Royal Academy of Art (2000). Have recently redesigned their East End warehouse home with the architect David Adjaye.
2002 was an eventful year for the Royal Family, highlighted by the Queen's Golden Jubilee celebrations, but marred by the death of Princess Margaret, followed just three months later by the death of Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother at the age of 101 (making her the longest lived royal in British History).
Art and science
The relationship between two of the greatest modern masters is celebrated in Tate Modern's blockbuster exhibition Matisse Picasso
. By exhibiting their works side-by-side, the show revealed the relationship between the two artists from 1906-54.The 'Party at the Palace' concert in celebration of the Queen's Jubilee brings together stars from the last 50 years of Pop: Paul McCartney, Tom Jones, Brian Wilson, Queen, Ozzy Osbourne and Elton John.
Terrorist bombing attacks on the Island of Bali in Indonesia leave 202 people dead, including 25 Britons. The three attacks took place in a bar, outside a nightclub and outside the United States consulate, and were aimed at foreign tourists, although many locals were also killed or injured. The Islamist group Jemaah Islamiyah were found guilty of perpetrating the attacks.