Tacita Dean – Print Projects

17 January – 18 May 2014 | The Royal Collection of Graphic Art

Explore the graphic art of Tacita Dean.


This exhibition presents the British artist Tacita Dean’s work within the medium of print. Here, Dean investigates the relationship between memory and time, fiction and reality.

Below, you can delve into the works and explore the many facets of her work.

About the exhibition

About the exhibition

Tacita Dean – Print Projects is the first-ever exhibition to focus exclusively on Dean’s work within the medium of print.

About Tacita Dean

About Tacita Dean

Tacita Dean is British, lives and works in Berlin, and prints her series of images at a specialist printer’s in Denmark.

Fascinating Fernsehturm

Fascinating Fernsehturm

A famous Berlin landmark forms the point of departure of Dean’s series Fernsehturm.

Dead Budgie Project

Dead Budgie Project

In the Dead Budgie Project series Dean offers a sentimental narrative about the life and death of a budgerigar.

Hessian decaying

Hessian decaying

In the series Darmstädter Werkblock Dean zooms in on decaying and dilapidated walls.

The lost ‘Spiral Jetty’

The lost spiral jetty

In the series JG (offset) Dean search for a giant spiral jetty, that has been hidden underwater for years.