Sarah Lucas at Red Brick Art Museum, Beijing

Sarah Lucas, one of Britain’s leading and most influential artists, will hold her largest solo exhibition to date in Asia at the Red Brick Art Museum opening on November 1st 2019. Curated by Yan Shijie, director of the museum, the exhibition will feature more than 100 works from Lucas’s thirty-year career, bringing together important past works and new pieces created especially for the project to reflect the creative trajectory of this uncompromising British artist to a Chinese audience.
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Contemporary Fine Arts is pleased to present Sarah Lucas & Julian Simmons: I’ve Got the Balls, a screening and livestream interview with the artists and CFA's Camila McHugh at the Delphi Lux Theatre on Wednesday, January 16 at 8pm.  

On the occasion of the final week of Sarah Lucas’ New Museum retrospective Au Naturel, which will travel to Los 
Angeles’ Hammer Museum this summer, CFA will screen two of Lucas’ performances as documented by filmmaker and Lucas’ partner Julian Simmons. Between screenings of I’ve Got the Balls (30 mins, Kurimanzutto, Mexico City, 2018) and Taped Up (43 mins, Venice Biennale, 2017), Lucas and Simmons will be present via livestream from their Suffolk kitchen. 
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NYTimes: Is Sarah Lucas Right for the #MeToo Moment?

Ms. Lucas, whose career survey is on view at the New Museum, was part of
a punk-era correction around class and gender. Now, with disintegrating
borders and fluid genders, her art is being tested.
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artnet: Sarah Lucas, the Edgy Feminist Id of the YBA Generation, on Her New Retrospective at the New Museum

“Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel,” which opened this week, is one of the most buzzed about shows of the fall. It’s also the largest-ever presentation of work by the former YBA, with nearly 200 pieces—including photography, sculpture, and installation—spanning three floors. artnet News sat down with the artist on the day of the show’s opening to talk about the emotional side of staging a career retrospective, her free-spirited work habits, and why the current political moment is such a fitting time for this show.
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Sarah Lucas Works at Top Speed

“It’s a very ready material – the tights and the wire and the fluff. I like to work at top speed. All the methods I’m using – most of them – are kind-of ready, and you just get on with it.” —Sarah Lucas

One of the most anticipated shows this fall is the first major retrospective at an American museum of legendary YBA Sarah Lucas – Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel, opening September 26, 2018 at the New Museum. In 2017, Lucas participated in a unique exhibition at the Legion of Honor at the Fine Arts Museums of San FranciscoSarah Lucas: Good Muse was an installation of works by Lucas in response to the exhibition Auguste Rodin: The Centenary Installation. Here, Lucas walks us through the exhibition, and talks about the work and her inspiration.
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The New York Times: Sarah Lucas, Unmasked: From Perverse to Profound

Not widely known on this side of the Atlantic, the British sculptor has a show at the New Museum this fall that may cause jaws to drop. Roberta Smith reviews the upcoming solo exhibition.
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The New Museum: Sarah Lucas Au Naturel

The New Museum will present the first American survey of the work of British artist Sarah Lucas.
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Sculpture in the City: Sarah Lucas' Perceval

Sarah Lucas’ sculpture Perceval – a life-size bronze horse and cart – presents a large-scale replica of a traditional china ornament, of the kind that took pride of place on many British mantelpieces forty years ago. Scaled up, the Clydesdale horse is powerful and majestic while offering an unthreatening sense of pastoralism and stolid reliability. The proudly-fashioned cart houses two cast concrete marrows: off-scale symbols of phallic fertility.
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