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Marion Coutts, Library, 2017 | © Marion Coutts / Courtesy of the artist and Tintype
Marion Coutts, Library, 2017 | © Marion Coutts / Courtesy of the artist and Tintype
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How Marion Coutts Frames the Encounter of Art in New London Show

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Art & Design Editor
Updated: 15 March 2017
After the success of her award-winning memoir, The Iceberg, Marion Coutts returns to her artistic roots for her first exhibition in eight years, at London’s Tintype gallery.

Known for her multi-media installations that incorporate sculpture, photographs, drawings and text, the artist, writer and musician brings together new works for her show ‘Aiming or Hitting’. As with much of Coutts’ work, the act of the encounter is paramount and here, she presents a combination of works that address the physicality of an image and our engagement with it.

Installation view, Marion Coutts: Aiming or Hitting, 2017