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Glyndebourne 90th Anniversary Poster by Morag Caister

Sale price£90.00

Morag Caister



Digital print on Monte Carlo paper 300gsm

90 x 60cm

Edition of 150

All orders of the Signed posters will be shipped at the start of June 2024.

Morag Caister’s poster is a response to a part in the story of Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde when Isolde experiences a hallucination of Tristan, alive again after his tragic death. Aiming to capture the iridescent moment through Isolde’s eyes, Caister portrays him as a half rainbow-like, half ghostly figure who is seemingly relaxed and comfortable, but hardly apparent and empty, as if a shell of his former self. Speaking of the opera, Caister says ‘I couldn't imagine anything more bittersweet; it was as if the music was slicing me all over like tiny razor-sharp violin bows, and I wanted to create that feeling visually to describe the really awful mixture of pain and pleasure involved in maintaining an illusion.’

Morag Caister (b. 1994) lives and works between London, UK and Tirana, AL. Caister was awarded the Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year, 2022 and emerged as a candidate for Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe: Art & Culture. Her work has been featured in the National Portrait Gallery and Soho House. Caistor has exhibited at Rhodes Contemporary Gallery, London, UK; Glyndebourne, Sussex, UK; Babington House, Somerset, UK; The Hoxton Gallery, London, UK and Gallery 70, Stockholm, SE. 

'Tristan' Poster by Morag Caister
Glyndebourne 90th Anniversary Poster by Morag Caister Sale price£90.00