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BRITAIN-ART/
RTS21MGY
September 17, 2018
A visitor takes a photo of artist Cornelia Parker’s work 'Transitional Object (Psychobarn)' which is...
London, United Kingdom
A visitor takes a photo of artist Cornelia Parker’s work 'Transitional Object (Psychobarn)' which is...
A visitor takes a photo of artist Cornelia Parker’s work 'Transitional Object (Psychobarn)' which is on display at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, Britain, September 17, 2018. REUTERS/James Akena
BRITAIN-ART/
RTS21MG0
September 17, 2018
Visitors look at artist Cornelia Parker’s work 'Transitional Object (Psychobarn)' on display at the Royal...
London, United Kingdom
Visitors look at artist Cornelia Parker’s work 'Transitional Object (Psychobarn)' on display at the Royal...
Visitors look at artist Cornelia Parker’s work 'Transitional Object (Psychobarn)' on display at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, Britain, September 17, 2018. REUTERS/James Akena
BRITAIN-ART/
RTS21MFY
September 17, 2018
A visitor takes a photo of artist Cornelia Parker’s work 'Transitional Object (Psychobarn)' which is...
London, United Kingdom
A visitor takes a photo of artist Cornelia Parker’s work 'Transitional Object (Psychobarn)' which is...
A visitor takes a photo of artist Cornelia Parker’s work 'Transitional Object (Psychobarn)' which is on display at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, Britain, September 17, 2018. REUTERS/James Akena
BRITAIN-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR4XZPD
May 29, 2015
Artist Cornelia Parker poses in front of her installation "One More Time", at St Pancras station in London,...
London, United Kingdom
Artist Cornelia Parker poses in front of her installation "One More Time" at St Pancras station in London...
Artist Cornelia Parker poses in front of her installation "One More Time", at St Pancras station in London, Britain May 28, 2015. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN
RTR2N759
June 02, 2011
A visitor poses with artist Cornelia Parker's "Self-portrait with budget box (red and black)" at the...
London, United Kingdom
A visitor poses with artist Cornelia Parker's "Self-portrait with budget box (red and black)" at the...
A visitor poses with artist Cornelia Parker's "Self-portrait with budget box (red and black)" at the press view of the Summer Exhibition 2011 at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, June 2, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2MKN3
May 18, 2011
British artists Anish Kapoor (2nd R) and Cornelia Parker (L), and the Times' newspaper's arts editor...
London, United Kingdom
British artists Anish Kapoor and Cornelia Parker, and the Times' arts editor Alex O'Connell and commissioning...
British artists Anish Kapoor (2nd R) and Cornelia Parker (L), and the Times' newspaper's arts editor Alex O'Connell (R) and commissioning editor Nancy Durrant carry a petition signed by many of Britain's most prominent artists to demand the release of Chinese artist Ai Wei Wei to 10 Downing Street, London, May 18, 2011. Ai Wei Wei has been in detention in China for 45 days. The petition was being handed in to coincide with what the organizers believe to be his 54th birthday. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN/
RTR2MKN1
May 18, 2011
British artists Anish Kapoor (R) and Cornelia Parker hand in a petition signed by many of Britain's most...
London, United Kingdom
British artists Anish Kapoor and Cornelia Parker hand in a petition to demand the release of Chinese...
British artists Anish Kapoor (R) and Cornelia Parker hand in a petition signed by many of Britain's most prominent artists to demand the release of Chinese artist Ai Wei Wei to 10 Downing Street in London, May 18, 2011. Ai Wei Wei has been in detention in China for 45 days. The petition was being handed in to coincide with what the organizers believe to be his 54th birthday. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN/
RTR2MKMZ
May 18, 2011
British artists Anish Kapoor (R) and Cornelia Parker hand in a petition signed by many of Britain's most...
London, United Kingdom
British artists Anish Kapoor and Cornelia Parker hand in a petition to demand the release of Chinese...
British artists Anish Kapoor (R) and Cornelia Parker hand in a petition signed by many of Britain's most prominent artists to demand the release of Chinese artist Ai Wei Wei to 10 Downing Street in London, May 18, 2011. Ai Wei Wei has been in detention in China for 45 days. The petition was being handed in to coincide with what the organizers believe to be his 54th birthday. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN/
RTXRBW4
December 01, 2009
A lady observes an art piece called "Heart of Darkness" by Cornelia Parker during the press preview of...
London, United Kingdom
Lady observes an art piece called "Heart of Darkness" by Cornelia Parker during the press preview of...
A lady observes an art piece called "Heart of Darkness" by Cornelia Parker during the press preview of "Earth: Art of a changing world" at the Royal Academy of Art in London December 1, 2009. The exhibition of new and recent works by a broad range of contemporary artists across a wide range of media aims to reflect the impact of climate change. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTXRBVK
December 01, 2009
A lady poses behind a piece called "Heart of Darkness" by Cornelia Parker during the press preview of...
London, United Kingdom
A lady poses behind a piece called "Heart of Darkness" during the press preview of 'Earth: Art of a changing...
A lady poses behind a piece called "Heart of Darkness" by Cornelia Parker during the press preview of "Earth: Art of a changing world" at the Royal Academy of Art in London December 1, 2009. The exhibition of new and recent works by a broad range of contemporary artists across a wide range of media aims to reflect the impact of climate change. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
ARTS TATE
RTRIY92
May 26, 2003
A mile (1609 metres) of string binds a version of the late French
artist Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss'...
London, UK
CORNELIA PARKER'S VARIATION OF RODIN'S 'THE KISS' IN NEW EXHIBITION
'DAYS LIKE THESE' AT THE TATE BRITAIN....
A mile (1609 metres) of string binds a version of the late French
artist Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss' by Cornelia Parker in a new
exhibition, 'Days Like These', at the Tate Britain, in London, February
25, 2003. "Days Like These" is the second Tate triennial exhibition of
contemporary British art and featues the work of twenty-three artists,
encompassing painting, sculpture, film, video, photography and sound
works. The show opens on Wednesday and runs until May 26, 2003.
REUTERS/Toby Melville

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PARKER
RTXLTEO
February 25, 2003
A mile (1609 metres) of string binds a version of the late French artist Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss' by...
London, UK
A mile (1609 metres) of string binds a version of the late French artist Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss' .....
A mile (1609 metres) of string binds a version of the late French artist Auguste Rodin's 'The Kiss' by Cornelia Parker in a new exhibition, 'Days Like These', at the Tate Britain, in London, February 25, 2003. "Days Like These" is the second Tate triennial exhibition of contemporary British art and featues the work of twenty-three artists, encompassing painting, sculpture, film, video, photography and sound works. The show opens on Wednesday and runs until May 26, 2003.
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRPPJS
October 30, 2001
HRH Prince Charles is reflected in a glass exhibit case on a visit to
open the Tate Britain Centenary...
London, UK
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
HRH Prince Charles is reflected in a glass exhibit case on a visit to
open the Tate Britain Centenary Development October 30, 2001. His tour
included the viewing of a Cornelia Parker installation and a talk with
the architect John Miller. REUTERS/Dan Chung

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BRITAIN ROYAL
RTROUAX
October 30, 2001
The Prince of Wales (R) walks with artist Cornelia Parker through her
instillation "30 Pieces of Silver"...
London, UK
PRINCE CHARLES LOOKS AT THE INSTILLATION BY ARTIST CORNELIA PARKER.
The Prince of Wales (R) walks with artist Cornelia Parker through her
instillation "30 Pieces of Silver" as he opens the Tate Britain
Centenary Development at Tate Britain Millbank in London October 30,
2001. His tour included a talk with the architect John Miller.
REUTERS/David Sandison

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BRITAIN ROYAL
RTROU1I
October 30, 2001
Prince Charles opens the Tate Britain Centenary Development October 30,
2001. His tour included the...
London, UK
HRH PRINCE CHARLES OPENS THE TATE BRITAIN CENTENARY DEVELOPMENT.
Prince Charles opens the Tate Britain Centenary Development October 30,
2001. His tour included the viewing of a Cornelia Parker installation
and a talk with the architect John Miller. REUTERS/Dan Chung

DC
BRITAIN ROYAL
RTROU1C
October 30, 2001
Prince Charles is reflected in a glass exhibit case on a visit to open
the Tate Britain Centenary Development...
London, UK
PRINCE CHARLES IS REFLECTED IN A GLASS CABINET AS HE OPENS THE TATE
BRITAIN CENTENARY DEVELOPMENT.
Prince Charles is reflected in a glass exhibit case on a visit to open
the Tate Britain Centenary Development October 30, 2001. His tour
included the viewing of a Cornelia Parker installation and a talk with
the architect John Miller. REUTERS/Dan Chung

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AUSTRALIA
RTRP5ET
May 14, 1999
Visitors to the May opening of the Melbourne Biennial, study May 14 an art work by Cornelia Parker titled...
Melbourne, Australia
VISITORS STUDY A SUSPENDED WALL OF ROCKS AT ART SHOW IN MELBOURNE.
Visitors to the May opening of the Melbourne Biennial, study May 14 an art work by Cornelia Parker titled "Edge of England: chalk retrieved from a cliff fall at Beachey Head,South Downs, England, 1999". The Biennial, which runs for six weeks, has attracted artists from around the globe with displays occupying eight floors of an inner city building.

WB/TAN/JDP
RTR85E5
October 28, 1997
A woman looks at a sculpture entitled Mass, by Cornelia Parker at the Tate Gallery October 28. The sculpture...
United Kingdom
A SHORTLISTED SCULPTURE FOR THE TURNER PRIZE
A woman looks at a sculpture entitled Mass, by Cornelia Parker at the Tate Gallery October 28. The sculpture is one of four shorlisted entries for the 1997 Turner Prize.

BRITAIN
BRITAIN
RTXFSBE
September 04, 1995
Imprisoned in her glass 'coffin', actress Tilda Swinton performs "The Maybe" at the Serpentine Gallery...
Imprisoned in her glass 'coffin', actress Tilda Swinton performs "The Maybe" at the Serpentine Galle.....
Imprisoned in her glass 'coffin', actress Tilda Swinton performs "The Maybe" at the Serpentine Gallery September 4. For seven days, eight hours a day, Swinton will sleep in the glass case as part of an art installation conceived by Cornelia Parker
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