Tracey Emin | Author: Jonathan Jones
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This accessible and expertly written introduction and overview of Tracey Emin's life offers a completely up-to-date view on the work of one of the most important and respected artists working today.
From some of her previously unpublished early works from the 1980s, through the period of the 'Young British Artists' when she first found international fame, and up to her very latest works - many also published here for the first time - The Guardian's art critic Jonathan Jones brings together Tracey Emin's complete career into one concise and essential volume.
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