Sarah Lucas: Happy gas | Edited by: Dominique Heyse Moore
Sarah Lucas: Happy Gas is a long-overdue monograph for one of the most provocative and controversial British artists of our time. Sarah Lucas is an internationally celebrated artist known for the provocative use of materials and imagery in her work. Incorporating ordinary objects in unexpected ways, she has consistently challenged our understandings of sex, class, and gender over the last four decades.
Looking beyond the generation of 1990s Young British Artists during which Lucas emerged, this visually stunning exhibition book invites the public to marvel at the diversity of her work across sculpture, installation, and photography. Breaking boundaries with her bawdy humor and bold daring, Lucas shows us the whole spectrum of what it truly means to be human.
29 x 22.1cm
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