Sarah Lucas, COOL CHICK BABY 2020 / Collection of Alexander V. Petalas © Sarah Lucas / Courtesy Sadie Coles HQ / Photo Robert Glowacki
Sarah Lucas. Happy Gas
Sep 28, 2023 – Jan 14, 2024
Tate Britain
London, UK

A British artist’s brash and tender exploration of what makes us human. Sarah Lucas is internationally celebrated for her bold and provocative use of materials and imagery. Using ordinary objects in unexpected ways, she has consistently challenged our understanding of sex, class and gender over the last four decades. This exhibition presents her practice in all its diversity across sculpture, installation and photography, narrated in her voice, and looking well beyond the 1990s Young British Art world. Breaking boundaries with humour and daring, Lucas shows us the whole spectrum of what it means to be human.

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