14 October 2018

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Sarah Lucas: A Walk On NY’s Wild Side – Ilka Scobie

“We need her work now more than ever,” Lisa Philips, the New Museum director stated, she continued, “We hope jaws will drop with this exhibition.’

22 June 2018

Sculpture in the City 2018 Splashes Out On Impressive Free Exhibition

This year’s annual Sculpture in the City’ exhibition (launching on 27 June) will include works from international artists including Sarah Lucas, Sean Scully and Marina Abramovic.

15 July 2017

Sarah Lucas Dialogues With Rodin In First Major US Museum Show

Sarah Lucas presents her first major museum exhibition in the United States titled Good Muse at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

22 September 2016

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Hull City Of Culture: Rembrandt To Turner Prize Highlights Announced

The reopening of the Ferens Art Gallery following a £4.5 million facelift, the Turner Prize, an  exhibition of Francis Bacon’s Screaming Popes, Spencer Tunick’s nudes, works by Michelangelo, Rembrandt and Matisse from the British Museum, a brand new contemporary art space, Humber Street Gallery, and an Open Exhibition showcasing the work of local artists which will be judged by the director of London’s National Gallery and Hull-born […]

3 March 2016

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Sarah Lucas Works From Venice Biennale Exhibited At London’s John Soane Museum

Sarah Lucas will unveil  POWER IN WOMAN, an exhibition In spring 2016 at the Sir John Soane’s Museum. Three sculptures will be displayed in the North Drawing Room, each depicting a female figure in cast plaster. These works were first shown last year as part of Lucas’s acclaimed commission by the British Council for the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, I SCREAM DADDIO. […]

26 June 2015

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Women Artists Shatter The Glass Ceiling – But At What Cost?

I should stand up for fellow art bitches and applaud this week’s lyst of the most wealthy female artists: were your gut feelings also instantly of “female artists are rich?”,or even, “female artists make money?”. What a happy event that we can congratulate ten women who’ve well and truly managed to quit the full time […]

7 May 2015

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Sarah Lucas Unveils Spectacular Yellow Pavilion At 56th Venice Biennale

Sarah Lucas unveiled her spectacular yellow pavilion, yesterday, at the Venice Biennale. I SCREAM DADDIO is a new exhibition by the artist who is a seminal part of the YBA group. The installation of sculpture was conceived and created for the British Pavilion at the 56th International Art Exhibition. The after launch was accompanied by a surprise set of music by the iconic Mick Jones formerly of the Punk band the Clash and Big Audio Dynamite.

18 February 2015

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Johnnie Shand Kydd Exhibits Photographs Of Tracey Emin’s And Grayson Perry’s YBA Greek Holidays

Every year for the past 18 years English photographer Johnnie Shand Kydd has photographed the art scene as they holiday on the Greek island of Hydra each summer, photographing artists, curators and writers who have been invited to vacation at the British art collector Pauline Karpidas’ holiday home on the Greek island of Hydra. The […]

2 December 2014

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Sarah Lucas To Represent British Pavilion At 56th Venice Biennale

Sarah Lucas has become recognised as one of Britain’s most significant contemporary artists. Spanning sculpture, photography and installation, her work has consistently been characterised by irreverent humour and the use of everyday ‘readymade’ objects – furniture, food, tabloid newspapers, tights, toilets, cigarettes – to conjure up sexual puns and corporeal fragments. By turns brutal and […]

1 October 2014

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The Brueghel Dynasty in Conversation with Contemporary Art Explored

A new exhibition will open at Christie’s Mayfair 11 October 2014. The Bad Shepherd is a major exhibition exploring the continued influence of Pieter Brueghel the Elder and his artistic dynasty in the 21st century. This is the first exhibition ever to present the work of the Brueghels in dialogue with contemporary art and features […]

23 September 2014

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Christie’s Multiplied Launches For Frieze Week

MULTIPLIED is the UK’s only art fair dedicated to contemporary prints and editions. The fair is in its The fifth instalment; returning to Christie’s, South Kensington this autumn. The event will be open to the public from 17-20 October, and will take place during Frieze Week, one of the most important periods in the contemporary […]

19 September 2014

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Turner Prize Nominee Angela Bulloch Exhibits With Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has announced that a new installation by Turner Prize nominee and renowned artist Angela Bulloch entitled ‘Cipher of L.’ will be presented at the marque’s London showroom in Berkeley Square. The work will be unveiled on Thursday 9 October 2014 and will be shown for three weeks to coincide with Frieze Art […]

8 August 2014

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Scottish Independence: Anish Kapoor, Tracey Emin and Gavin Turk Vote No

Is Nationalism a cultural black hole? This is a question raised time and time again when arguing that Scotland should sever ties with the United Kingdom and declare independence.  Today a group of high profile campaigners from the rest of the UK have signed a letter urging Scotland to vote against independence. It states; “let’s […]

23 July 2014

Anarchic Art Event Celebrates 20th Anniversary With A Fete Worse Than Death

Last weekend, ‘A Fete Worse Then Death’ celebrated its 20th Anniversary of anarchic art activity with an event curated by Darren Coffield, Sam Walker and Alice Herrick. The Fete ran from 12-8pm on Rivington Street on 19th July 2014 with stalls & live performances from noon until midnight in the Red Market & Gallery. The […]

28 March 2014

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SP-Arte 2014: Gallery Highlights For Its 10th Edition Announced

SP-Arte has announced stand highlights for its 10th edition. As Latin America’s leading art fair, SP-Arte will feature 136 galleries from 18 countries around the globe. Under the leadership of Executive Director Fernanda Feitosa, the main sector of the fair, housed on the first and second floors of Oscar Niemeyer’s Biennial Pavilion will bring together […]

21 March 2014

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Sarah Lucas Selected To Represent Britain At 56th Venice Biennale

The British Council has just announced that Sarah Lucas has been selected to represent Britain at the 56th Venice International Art Biennale. She will present a major solo show in the British Pavilion, which will run from 9 May to 22 November 2015. The Artistic Director of the 56th International Art Biennale will be Okwui […]

2 October 2013

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Sarah Lucas Launches Her First London Public Gallery Solo Exhibition

The Whitechapel Gallery is presenting the first London, public gallery, solo exhibition of the internationally significant artist Sarah Lucas. Bringing together over two decades of sculpture, installation and photography, SITUATION explores Lucas’s remarkable career and assesses the vital role she has played in British art. Since the late 1980s, Lucas has created sculptures and installations […]

3 July 2013

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ICA Takes A journey Through London’s Subculture 1980 To Present

The ICA has announced a major new off-site project at the Old Selfridges Hotel in London as part of a series of events this summer, which started with Glastonbury Festival. A journey through London’s subculture: 1980s to Now illustrates a perceived thread of creativity between the post-punk era and the present day – a legacy […]

7 May 2013

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Sarah Lucas and Ryan Gander Feature At Aldeburgh’s Snap Festival

OTHER ARTISTS INCLUDE:: GLENN BROWN, MAY CORNET, BENEDICT DREW, ROGER ENO, MARK FULLER, MAGGI HAMBLING, SCOTT KING, ABIGAIL LANE, SIMON LIDDIMENT, EMILY RICHARDSON, JULIAN SIMMONS, CALLY SPOONER, JUERGEN TELLER AND CERITH WYN EVANS SNAP was launched in June 2011 as part of the Aldeburgh Festival’s visual arts programme. Based at the home of Aldeburgh Music […]

18 September 2012

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Sarah Lucas Unveils Offenders Art At Southbank Centre

One of the largest ever exhibitions of art by UK prisoners opens at London’s Southbank Centre on Thursday 20th September in a 50th anniversary celebration for the Koestler Trust, the UK’s leading prison arts charity. Presented in a partnership between the Koestler Trust and Southbank Centre, the exhibition, ‘Free’, has been curated by the artist […]

16 July 2012

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Sarah Lucas Extraordinary Things From Ordinary Objects

A new exhibition titled Ordinary Things by the artist Sarah Lucas’ (b. 1962) opens at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds this week. If you are familiar with her work you can expect something unconventional and extraordinary to be on view.  Many past exhibitions of Lucas’ work have focused on her as a central player […]

15 June 2012

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The Way Artists See Themselves New Courtauld Exhibition

Portrait of the Artist As. Sarah Lucas Marc Quinn Frances Bacon Edvard Munch and Vincent van Gogh. The exhibition Portrait of the Artist As… looks at the ways in which artists have portrayed themselves, their peers, and their predecessors over four centuries.  Curated by the students of The Courtauld’s MA Programme Curating the Art Museum, […]

30 May 2012

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The Breast In Art Breakthrough Breast Cancer Auction

An exhibition and auction titled The Breast In Art is to be held at Lyon & Turnbull in Edinburgh. It was put together over the last 12 months and the organisers have been completely overwhelmed by the generosity of all the artists exhibiting. There are several big names such as Sarah Lucas  and Elizabeth Blackadder […]

11 April 2012

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Serious Contemporary Artists Who Flirt With The Erotic

Sex has preoccupied artists since the beginning of time – look no further than prehistoric Venus figurines! But today, despite the all-pervasiveness of sexualised imagery in contemporary culture, most artists merely knowingly nod towards baby-making rather than confronting this epidemic head on. So here are six artists bucking the trend…   Paul McCarthy Paul McCarthy’s […]

6 July 2011

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Damien Hirst Exhibition Opens In Leeds

New Show Reconstructs Pharmacy Restaurant in Noting Hill Gate A major free public exhibition of the work of Damien Hirst is set to open on 15 July in in the artists hometown Leeds.The event traces the development of the artist, whose career started at the Leeds College of Art and Design and took off in […]