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Kate Garner Art

British, b. 1954
Kate Garner is an English photographer, fine artist, and singer. Garner has photographed a wide range of musicians and celebrities, including Dr. Dre, Leigh Bowery, JT LeRoy, Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, David Bowie, Cameron Diaz, PJ Harvey, John Galliano, Björk, and Kate Moss. Her work has appeared in the American and British versions of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar as well as W magazine, Interview, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle, and The Sunday Times. Kate Garner was expelled from high school at the age of 16 and became a runaway who joined The Children Of God. To escape the grasp of the cult she hitchhiked from London through Eastern Europe to India in 1970, where she lived for a year as a traveler before being located by her parents. She attended art school at Blackpool in the North of England and later moved to London, where she began to both photograph and model for up-and-coming magazines such as The Face and i-D.
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Artist: Kate Garner
"Blue Kate Moss Triplet" Photography 50" × 46" in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Blue Kate Moss Triplet" Photography 50" × 46" in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner Signed & dated. Comes with COA Archival Hahnemuhle art paper Not framed. Ships in a tube. Garner's...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Paper

"Kate Moss. Boyfriends Underpants" Photography 50x40 in Ed. of 20 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Kate Moss. Boyfriends Underpants" Photography 50x40 in Ed. of 20 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thoughtful selection of Kate Garner’s most pivotal work, showing the arc of identity, and her expression as one of the great masters of fine art photography today. In this collection of works, see rare and seldom viewed images of Kate Moss, Angelina Jolie, David Bowie, FKA Twigs, and more. Kate Garner evolved in the edgy pop-punk heyday of 1980’s London. By the time she was in her early 20s, she was well on her way to becoming one of the most enigmatic fine art photographers of our time. But it didn’t start that way. Until Kate was 19, she had spent most of her time in a tough mining town in the north of England. It was a practical place with practical people that studied practical vocations and couldn't afford to let themselves dream too much. Growing up, Kate had expected a similar existence, but it was never what she had envisioned. Like much of her class, she attended formal trade education at the local vocational college after graduating secondary school and spending a year hitch-hiking from England, through Europe, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan to India Garner came back from India and started to study commercial photography, and in Northern England, that meant--pots and pans. But, Kate knew she was different and would often take herself down into the thriving metropolis of London to see and experience the vibrant Mecca of arts and creatives. Her creative path took a pivotal point when her wanderings introduced her to the Blitz Kids. The art students and teenage squatters took her in, and It wasn’t long before she began shooting the streets with London’s party scene artisans and gender-bending pioneers. Working with John Galliano, Stephen Jones, Boy George, and later even David Bowie--Kate became fully immersed in the New Romantic...
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20th Century Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Kate Moss Nr. 8" Photography 58 × 53 1/2 in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Kate Moss Nr. 8" Photography 58 × 53 1/2 in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner Signed on the back. High Quality Print on Hahnemuhle paper using archival ink with red full diamond dust bac...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Glitter, Archival Paper, Stretcher Bars

"Kate Moss Nr. 10" Photography 58 × 53 1/2 in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Kate Moss Nr. 10" Photography 58 × 53 1/2 in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner Signed on the back. High Quality Print on Hahnemuhle paper using archival ink with blue and pink tint, stre...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Stretcher Bars, Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Sepia Kate Moss triplet" Photography 28" × 26" in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Sepia Kate Moss triplet" Photography 28" × 26" in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner Signed & dated. Comes with COA Archival Hahnemuhle art paper Not framed. Ships in a tube. Garner'...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Paper

"Black Kate Moss Triplet" Photography 28" × 26" in Edition 1/25 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Black Kate Moss Triplet" Photography 28" × 26" in Edition 1/25 by Kate Garner Signed & dated. Comes with COA Archival Hahnemuhle art paper Not framed. Ships in a tube. Garner's...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Paper

"Little Cool 2" Photography 30" × 30" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Little Cool 2" Photography 30" × 30" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thoughtful se...
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20th Century Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Black Kate Moss Triplet" Photography 50" × 46" in Edition 4/25 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Black Kate Moss Triplet" Photography 50" × 46" in Edition 4/25 by Kate Garner Signed & dated. Comes with COA Archival Hahnemuhle art paper Not framed. Ships in a tube. Garner's...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Paper

"Almost Part of Ourselves" Print 28 × 20 in. Edition 1/10 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Almost Part of Ourselves" Print 28 × 20 in. Edition 1/10 by Kate Garner Signed and numbered by the artist. Not framed. Ships in a tube. Kate Garner is an English photographer, fine artist, and singer. Garner has photographed a wide range of musicians and celebrities, including Dr. Dre, Leigh Bowery, JT LeRoy, Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, David Bowie, Cameron Diaz, PJ Harvey, John Galliano, Björk, and Kate Moss. Her work has appeared in the American and British versions of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar as well as W magazine, Interview, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle, and The Sunday Times. Kate Garner was expelled from high school at the age of 16 and became a runaway who joined The Children Of God. To escape the grasp of the cult she hitchhiked from London through Eastern Europe to India in 1970, where she lived for a year as a traveler before being located by her parents. She attended art school at Blackpool in the North of England and later moved to London, where she began to both photograph and model for up-and-coming magazines such as The Face and i-D. Kate Garner first came widely into the public eye as one-third of the 1980s avant-garde, new wave pop project Haysi Fantayzee, along with other members Jeremy Healy and Paul Caplin. Emanating from street art scenes such as the Blitz Kids that were cropping up in London in the early 1980s, Haysi’s music combined reggae, country, and electro with political and sociological lyrics couched as nursery rhymes. Catapulted to stardom by their visual sensibilities, Haysi Fantayzee combined their extreme clothes sense – described as combining white Rasta, tribal chieftain, and Dickensian styles – with a quirky musical sound comparable to other new wave musical pop acts of the era, such as Bow Wow Wow, Adam and the Ants and Bananarama. They appeared several times on the BBC Television program Top of the Pops. Despite being touted by Bowie producer Tony Visconti as the next big thing, the group quickly disbanded after releasing three hit singles “John Wayne Is Big Leggy”, “Shiny Shiny”, and “Holy Joe”, and an album, Battle Hymns for Children Singing, that went gold. Garner then returned to painting, photography, and video, launching a successful media arts career, starting with her collaboration with Sinéad O’Connor...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Sepia Kate Moss triplet" Photography 50" × 46" in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Sepia Kate Moss triplet" Photography 50" × 46" in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner Signed & dated. Comes with COA Archival Hahnemuhle art paper Not framed. Ships in a tube. Garner'...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Paper

"Twin Kate Moss on Pink" Photography 40 x 36.5 in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Twin Kate Moss on Pink" Photography 40 x 36.5 in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thou...
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20th Century Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Did I know Her?" Print 28 × 20 in. Edition 1/10 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Did I know Her?" Print 28 × 20 in. Edition 1/10 by Kate Garner Signed and numbered by the artist. Not framed. Ships in a tube. Kate Garner is an English photographer, fine artist, and singer. Garner has photographed a wide range of musicians and celebrities, including Dr. Dre, Leigh Bowery, JT LeRoy, Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, David Bowie, Cameron Diaz, PJ Harvey, John Galliano, Björk, and Kate Moss. Her work has appeared in the American and British versions of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar as well as W magazine, Interview, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle, and The Sunday Times. Kate Garner was expelled from high school at the age of 16 and became a runaway who joined The Children Of God. To escape the grasp of the cult she hitchhiked from London through Eastern Europe to India in 1970, where she lived for a year as a traveler before being located by her parents. She attended art school at Blackpool in the North of England and later moved to London, where she began to both photograph and model for up-and-coming magazines such as The Face and i-D. Kate Garner first came widely into the public eye as one-third of the 1980s avant-garde, new wave pop project Haysi Fantayzee, along with other members Jeremy Healy and Paul Caplin. Emanating from street art scenes such as the Blitz Kids that were cropping up in London in the early 1980s, Haysi’s music combined reggae, country, and electro with political and sociological lyrics couched as nursery rhymes. Catapulted to stardom by their visual sensibilities, Haysi Fantayzee combined their extreme clothes sense – described as combining white Rasta, tribal chieftain, and Dickensian styles – with a quirky musical sound comparable to other new wave musical pop acts of the era, such as Bow Wow Wow, Adam and the Ants and Bananarama. They appeared several times on the BBC Television program Top of the Pops. Despite being touted by Bowie producer Tony Visconti as the next big thing, the group quickly disbanded after releasing three hit singles “John Wayne Is Big Leggy”, “Shiny Shiny”, and “Holy Joe”, and an album, Battle Hymns for Children Singing, that went gold. Garner then returned to painting, photography, and video, launching a successful media arts career, starting with her collaboration with Sinéad O’Connor...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Kate Garner Art

Materials

Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Blue Kate Moss Triplet" Photography 28" × 26" in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Blue Kate Moss Triplet" Photography 28" × 26" in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner Signed & dated. Comes with COA Archival Hahnemuhle art paper Not framed. Ships in a tube. Garner's...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

Materials

Archival Paper

"Milla pinkyellow Uke" Photography 29" × 20" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Milla pinkyellow Uke" Photography 29" × 20" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thoughtful selection of Kate Garner’s most pivotal work, showing the arc of identity, and her expression as one of the great masters of fine art photography today. In this collection of works, see rare and seldom viewed images of Kate Moss, Angelina Jolie, David Bowie, FKA Twigs, and more. Kate Garner evolved in the edgy pop-punk heyday of 1980’s London. By the time she was in her early 20s, she was well on her way to becoming one of the most enigmatic fine art photographers of our time. But it didn’t start that way. Until Kate was 19, she had spent most of her time in a tough mining town in the north of England. It was a practical place with practical people that studied practical vocations and couldn't afford to let themselves dream too much. Growing up, Kate had expected a similar existence, but it was never what she had envisioned. Like much of her class, she attended formal trade education at the local vocational college after graduating secondary school and spending a year hitch-hiking from England, through Europe, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan to India Garner came back from India and started to study commercial photography, and in Northern England, that meant--pots and pans. But, Kate knew she was different and would often take herself down into the thriving metropolis of London to see and experience the vibrant Mecca of arts and creatives. Her creative path took a pivotal point when her wanderings introduced her to the Blitz Kids. The art students and teenage squatters took her in, and It wasn’t long before she began shooting the streets with London’s party scene artisans and gender-bending pioneers. Working with John Galliano, Stephen Jones, Boy George, and later even David Bowie--Kate became fully immersed in the New Romantic...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Bowery Boys" Photograph 40" x 56" inch Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Bowery Boys" Photograph 40" x 56" inch Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thoughtful selec...
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20th Century Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Little Cool 1" Photography 30" × 30" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Little Cool 1" Photography 30" × 30" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thoughtful se...
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20th Century Contemporary Kate Garner Art

Materials

Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Twin Kate Moss on Pink" Photography 30 x 27.5 in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Twin Kate Moss on Pink" Photography 30 x 27.5 in Edition of 25 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thou...
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20th Century Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"David Bowie Tube. Sepia" Photography 40" × 30" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"David Bowie Tube. Sepia" Photography 40" × 30" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A tho...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Silent Reality Everywhere" Print 53" × 40" inch Ed. 1/10 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Silent Reality Everywhere" Print 53" × 40" inch Ed. 1/10 by Kate Garner Signed and numbered by the artist. Not framed. Ships in a tube. Kate Garner is an English photographer, fine artist, and singer. Garner has photographed a wide range of musicians and celebrities, including Dr. Dre, Leigh Bowery, JT LeRoy, Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, David Bowie, Cameron Diaz, PJ Harvey, John Galliano, Björk, and Kate Moss. Her work has appeared in the American and British versions of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar as well as W magazine, Interview, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle, and The Sunday Times. Kate Garner was expelled from high school at the age of 16 and became a runaway who joined The Children Of God. To escape the grasp of the cult she hitchhiked from London through Eastern Europe to India in 1970, where she lived for a year as a traveler before being located by her parents. She attended art school at Blackpool in the North of England and later moved to London, where she began to both photograph and model for up-and-coming magazines such as The Face and i-D. Kate Garner first came widely into the public eye as one-third of the 1980s avant-garde, new wave pop project Haysi Fantayzee, along with other members Jeremy Healy and Paul Caplin. Emanating from street art scenes such as the Blitz Kids that were cropping up in London in the early 1980s, Haysi’s music combined reggae, country, and electro with political and sociological lyrics couched as nursery rhymes. Catapulted to stardom by their visual sensibilities, Haysi Fantayzee combined their extreme clothes sense – described as combining white Rasta, tribal chieftain, and Dickensian styles – with a quirky musical sound comparable to other new wave musical pop acts of the era, such as Bow Wow Wow...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Kate Garner Art

Materials

Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Kate Moss (DD pink)" Photography print 25.5 × 19 in Ed. AP/15 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Kate Moss (DD pink)" Photography print 25.5 × 19 in Ed. AP/15 by Kate Garner Numbered and Signed in the front. High Quality Print on Hahnemuhle paper using archival ink fully cov...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Glitter, Archival Ink, Archival Paper, Stretcher Bars

"Kate Moss 7. Bronze & Green" Photography 56x40 in Ed. 1/1 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Kate Moss 7. Bronze & Green" Photography 56x40 in Ed. 1/1 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thoughtfu...
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20th Century Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"fkaTwigs" Photography 40" × 30" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"fkaTwigs" Photography 40" × 30" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thoughtful selecti...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

Materials

Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Kate Moss Nr. 15" Photography 58 × 53 1/2 in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Kate Moss Nr. 15" Photography 58 × 53 1/2 in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner Signed on the back. High Quality Print on Hahnemuhle paper using archival ink with blue and pink tint, stre...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

Materials

Archival Ink, Glitter, Archival Paper, Stretcher Bars

"Milla pink Uke" Photography 29" × 20" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Milla pink Uke" Photography 29" × 20" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thoughtful selection of Kate Garner’s most pivotal work, showing the arc of identity, and her expression as one of the great masters of fine art photography today. In this collection of works, see rare and seldom viewed images of Kate Moss, Angelina Jolie, David Bowie, FKA Twigs, and more. Kate Garner evolved in the edgy pop-punk heyday of 1980’s London. By the time she was in her early 20s, she was well on her way to becoming one of the most enigmatic fine art photographers of our time. But it didn’t start that way. Until Kate was 19, she had spent most of her time in a tough mining town in the north of England. It was a practical place with practical people that studied practical vocations and couldn't afford to let themselves dream too much. Growing up, Kate had expected a similar existence, but it was never what she had envisioned. Like much of her class, she attended formal trade education at the local vocational college after graduating secondary school and spending a year hitch-hiking from England, through Europe, Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan to India Garner came back from India and started to study commercial photography, and in Northern England, that meant--pots and pans. But, Kate knew she was different and would often take herself down into the thriving metropolis of London to see and experience the vibrant Mecca of arts and creatives. Her creative path took a pivotal point when her wanderings introduced her to the Blitz Kids. The art students and teenage squatters took her in, and It wasn’t long before she began shooting the streets with London’s party scene artisans and gender-bending pioneers. Working with John Galliano, Stephen Jones, Boy George, and later even David Bowie--Kate became fully immersed in the New Romantic...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

Materials

Archival Paper, Archival Ink

"Milla pink blue Uke" Photography 29" × 20" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Milla pink blue Uke" Photography 29" × 20" in Edition of 20 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thought...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Angelina. Red Bound" Photography 56" × 40" in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Angelina. Red Bound" Photography 56" × 40" in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner Hahnemuhle fine art archival paper Kate Garner: Seeker, Sage, and Preservationist of Identity A thoughtfu...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Paper, Archival Ink

"Kate Moss Nr. 3" Photography 58 × 53 1/2 in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Kate Moss Nr. 3" Photography 58 × 53 1/2 in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner Signed on the back. High Quality Print on Hahnemuhle paper using archival ink fully covered in diamond dust ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Stretcher Bars, Archival Paper, Glitter

"The New Created World" Print 43" × 40" in Ed. 1/10 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"The New Created World" Print 43" × 40" in Ed. 1/10 by Kate Garner Signed and numbered by the artist. Not framed. Ships in a tube. Kate Garner is an English photographer, fine artist, and singer. Garner has photographed a wide range of musicians and celebrities, including Dr. Dre, Leigh Bowery, JT LeRoy, Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, David Bowie, Cameron Diaz, PJ Harvey, John Galliano, Björk, and Kate Moss. Her work has appeared in the American and British versions of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar as well as W magazine, Interview, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle, and The Sunday Times. Kate Garner was expelled from high school at the age of 16 and became a runaway who joined The Children Of God. To escape the grasp of the cult she hitchhiked from London through Eastern Europe to India in 1970, where she lived for a year as a traveler before being located by her parents. She attended art school at Blackpool in the North of England and later moved to London, where she began to both photograph and model for up-and-coming magazines such as The Face and i-D. Kate Garner first came widely into the public eye as one-third of the 1980s avant-garde, new wave pop project Haysi Fantayzee, along with other members Jeremy Healy and Paul Caplin. Emanating from street art scenes such as the Blitz Kids that were cropping up in London in the early 1980s, Haysi’s music combined reggae, country, and electro with political and sociological lyrics couched as nursery rhymes. Catapulted to stardom by their visual sensibilities, Haysi Fantayzee combined their extreme clothes sense – described as combining white Rasta, tribal chieftain, and Dickensian styles – with a quirky musical sound comparable to other new wave musical pop acts of the era, such as Bow Wow Wow...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Kate Moss (DD yellow)" Photography print 25.5 × 19 in Ed. 9/15 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Kate Moss (DD yellow)" Photography print 25.5 × 19 in Ed. 9/15 by Kate Garner Numbered and Signed in the front. High Quality Print on Hahnemuhle paper using archival ink fully co...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

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Glitter, Archival Ink, Archival Paper, Stretcher Bars

"Killing for Cookies" Print 28" × 34.5" in Ed. 1/10 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Killing for Cookies" Print 28" × 34.5" in Ed. 1/10 by Kate Garner Signed and numbered by the artist. Not framed. Ships in a tube. Kate Garner is an English photographer, fine artist, and singer. Garner has photographed a wide range of musicians and celebrities, including Dr. Dre, Leigh Bowery...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"This our Court infected by their Manners" Print 48×40in Ed. 1/10 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"This our Court infected by their Manners" Print 48×40in Ed. 1/10 by Kate Garner Signed and numbered by the artist. Not framed. Ships in a tube. Kate Garner is an English photographer, fine artist, and singer. Garner has photographed a wide range of musicians and celebrities, including Dr. Dre, Leigh Bowery, JT LeRoy, Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, David Bowie, Cameron Diaz, PJ Harvey, John Galliano, Björk, and Kate Moss. Her work has appeared in the American and British versions of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar as well as W magazine, Interview, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle, and The Sunday Times. Kate Garner was expelled from high school at the age of 16 and became a runaway who joined The Children Of God. To escape the grasp of the cult she hitchhiked from London through Eastern Europe to India in 1970, where she lived for a year as a traveler before being located by her parents. She attended art school at Blackpool in the North of England and later moved to London, where she began to both photograph and model for up-and-coming magazines such as The Face and i-D. Kate Garner first came widely into the public eye as one-third of the 1980s avant-garde, new wave pop project Haysi Fantayzee, along with other members Jeremy Healy and Paul Caplin. Emanating from street art scenes such as the Blitz Kids that were cropping up in London in the early 1980s, Haysi’s music combined reggae, country, and electro with political and sociological lyrics couched as nursery rhymes. Catapulted to stardom by their visual sensibilities, Haysi Fantayzee combined their extreme clothes sense – described as combining white Rasta, tribal chieftain, and Dickensian styles – with a quirky musical sound comparable to other new wave musical pop acts of the era, such as Bow Wow Wow...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"He is the Child of a mountain of a Man" Print 40×50 in Ed. 1/10 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"He is the Child of a mountain of a Man" Print 40×50 in Ed. 1/10 by Kate Garner Signed and numbered by the artist. Not framed. Ships in a tube. Kate Garner is an English photographer, fine artist, and singer. Garner has photographed a wide range of musicians and celebrities, including Dr. Dre, Leigh Bowery, JT LeRoy, Angelina Jolie, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, David Bowie, Cameron Diaz, PJ Harvey, John Galliano, Björk, and Kate Moss. Her work has appeared in the American and British versions of Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar as well as W magazine, Interview, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle, and The Sunday Times. Kate Garner was expelled from high school at the age of 16 and became a runaway who joined The Children Of God. To escape the grasp of the cult she hitchhiked from London through Eastern Europe to India in 1970, where she lived for a year as a traveler before being located by her parents. She attended art school at Blackpool in the North of England and later moved to London, where she began to both photograph and model for up-and-coming magazines such as The Face and i-D. Kate Garner first came widely into the public eye as one-third of the 1980s avant-garde, new wave pop project Haysi Fantayzee, along with other members Jeremy Healy and Paul Caplin. Emanating from street art scenes such as the Blitz Kids that were cropping up in London in the early 1980s, Haysi’s music combined reggae, country, and electro with political and sociological lyrics couched as nursery rhymes. Catapulted to stardom by their visual sensibilities, Haysi Fantayzee combined their extreme clothes sense – described as combining white Rasta, tribal chieftain, and Dickensian styles – with a quirky musical sound comparable to other new wave musical pop acts of the era, such as Bow Wow Wow...
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21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Kate Garner Art

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Archival Ink, Archival Paper

"Kate Moss Nr. 16" Photography 58 × 53 1/2 in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner
By Kate Garner
Located in Culver City, CA
"Kate Moss Nr. 16" Photography 58 × 53 1/2 in Edition 1/1 by Kate Garner Signed on the back. High Quality Print on Hahnemuhle paper using archival ink with partial diamond dust and...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Kate Garner Art

Materials

Glitter, Archival Ink, Archival Paper, Stretcher Bars

Kate Garner art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Kate Garner art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of red, blue, orange and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Kate Garner in archival paper, paper, archival ink and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 21st century and contemporary and is mostly associated with the contemporary style. Not every interior allows for large Kate Garner art, so small editions measuring 19 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Lukas Dvorak, Grayson Perry, and Malcolm Morley. Kate Garner art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $1,150 and tops out at $10,000, while the average work can sell for $4,500.

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