Sarah Lucas emerged in the late 1980s alongside British artists Tracey Emin and Damien Hirst and gained notoriety for her irreverent sculptures. Using found objects, Lucas provokes viewers to challenge their notions of gender, sexuality, and identity
In this book - part of the 'One Work' series - Amna Malik studies Sarah Lucas' assemblage of objects 'Au Naturel' (1994) and asks the question: 'Does art have a sex? And if so, what does it look like?'
Publisher:Afterall Books / One Work
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