Tracey Emin Joins Latest Episode of 'Dior Talks' Podcast
The British artist talks feminism, identity and fashion.
Dior Talks, the podcast Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri launched in honor of International Women’s Day, sat down with boundary pushing artist Tracey Emin for its fourth episode focused on the feminist art genre. Emin, a prominent figure in the Young British Artists movement, previously collaborated with Dior in 2017, when she created a specially commissioned neon sign for the brand’s pop-up store in Paris.
Podcast host Katy Hessel, a curator and writer, engages Emin in a conversation on the connection between art and fashion, the construction of identity and the challenges facing women in art. Emin also touches on a selection of her past works including Do Not Abandon Me, made in collaboration with Louise Bourgeois, and textile installation Hate and Power Can be a Terrible Thing.
Listen to Tracey Emin in conversation with Katy Hessel at the Dior Talks website.