Sarah Lucas

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Tate Pub., 2002 - Art - 125 pages
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Born in Holloway in London in 1962, Sarah Lucas is one of the best known of the so-called 'YBAs' (Young British Artists) that came to prominence in the 1990s. Active in a variety of media including sculpture, photography and installation, her perennial themes of sex, death and gender are laced with a bleak humour that gives her work a distinctive and instantly recognisable voice. In the first monograph to be published on Lucas, Matthew Collings, who has become uniquely identified as a spokeman for the YBA generation, explores the issues relating to her art and ideas and the historical moment they inhabit. Witty and accessible as ever, Collings provides a thorough overview of the life and work of one of the most important artists working in Britain.

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She is a wonderful artist who represents women on the 20th and 21st ct. The book is outdated since her latest paintings are not included. It has good information, very good pictures and opinions by the expert author and the painter on her work. Read full review


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Collings is a writer, artist and musician.

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