Past Successful Graduates
Tracey EminSchool: University for the Creative Arts
Field of Studies: Fine Art
Website Reference: http://www.uca.ac.uk/creative-careers/success-stories/tracey-emin-ra/
Major Achievements: Tracey graduated with a BA in from Maidstone College of Art in 1988, which has since become UCA Maidstone. She has become one of the most influential artists of our time - as one of the artists in the Young British Artists (YBAs) who emerged in the Nineties, along with other famous faces such as Damien Hirst, Tracey has exhibited at well-known galleries including White Cube and the Saatchi Gallery.
In 1999 Tracey was nominated for the Turner prize for her piece titled My Bed. In 2007, she entered The Royal Academy and then, in the same year, represented Britain in the Venice Biennale.
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