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Tim Noble; Sue Webster

1 of 2 portraits of Tim Noble

Tim Noble; Sue Webster, by Johnnie Shand Kydd, Summer 2002 - NPG x125685 - © Johnnie Shand Kydd

© Johnnie Shand Kydd

Tim Noble; Sue Webster

by Johnnie Shand Kydd
C-type colour print, Summer 2002
19 3/8 in. x 15 3/8 in. (493 mm x 392 mm)
Purchased, 2003
Photographs Collection
NPG x125685

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  • 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.

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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.

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