This artwork is part of Ways of Seeing, a partnership between Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 and the Government Art Collection. Ways of Seeing turns the borough into a gallery with 33 internationally renowned artisit displayed in 28 unexpected locations.
Courage. Inspiration. Sweat. Love. You need these to achieve your goals. Challenges require you to step up, whether you are revising for an exam, playing a match or speaking in public. What strengths are important to you?
Love is a screenprint by the artist known as Bob and Roberta Smith. It celebrates the Paralympic athletes who competed at the London 2012 Games. The artist was invited to make the work by the London Organising Committee of the Games.
Bob and Roberta Smith is the fictional name of the artist Patrick Brill OBE. He was born in Reading and studied at Goldsmiths, University of London. He lives in Leytonstone and Margate. Brill created the fictional duo Bob and Roberta Smith as a playful reaction to the British media’s obsession with art celebrities in the 1990s. He champions art education in schools through painting, printmaking, film and performance. Works include All Schools Should Be Art Schools (2016, Tate Gallery) and Make Art Not War, a 2018 project with sixth-form students.
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