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  • Composition: Paper
  • Dimensions: Height: 16.38 inches Width: 13.1 inches
  • Product code:58009659IB

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About the work
Love Conquers Nothing, 2011 by Harland Miller. Inkjet print on paper, white spray-painted wooden frame with floated artwork. 35-piece edition. Signed. Driven by his interest in the contradictions of love, the artist depicts the complexity of the human mind when it comes to romance.
About the artist
Harland Miller was born in Yorkshire in 1964. After completing an MA in Fine Art at the Chelsea College of Art & Design he moved to New York, where he lived and worked for several years whilst exhibiting at the Prisunic Gallery. In 1992 he moved back to Europe, first to newly reunified Berlin where he began writing. By 1994 he was living and working in Paris, where he exhibited at the Galerie Louis XIV. After more extensive travels Miller eventually returned to the UK in 1996/97 where he carried on writing as well as painting. In 2001 he achieved critical acclaim for his debut novel Slow Down Arthur, Stick To Thirty and in 2002 he occupied the Writer in Residency post at the ICA. This was followed by his first one-man show, 'To Jean – A Small Memento of a Great Effort’, at the White Cube Gallery in 2003. Miller combined both writing and painting when he curated a group show at the White Cube gallery, You Dig The Tunnel, I’ll Hide The Soil, in 2009, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe. Harland Miller lives and works in London and Yorkshire and is currently adapting one of his books in conjunction with the British Film Council.
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