Tracey Emin - Everyone I Have Ever Slept With- about lovers, family, and the two children she had aborted.

Tracey Emin -artist Everyone I Have Ever Slept With- about lovers, family, and the two…

TRACEY EMIN

All i wanted to do was pull your hair and slap your ass. now look what has happened. I got greedy.

in 1996, tracey emin lived in a locked room in a gallery for fourteen days, with nothing but a lot of empty canvases and art materials, in an attempt to reconcile herself with paintings. viewed through a series of wide-angle lenses embedded in the walls, emin could be watched, stark naked, shaking off her painting demons.

Revelations in art. morganmeaker: Tracey Emin, ‘Life Model Goes Mad’, 1996

Sarah Lucas

Sarah Lucas Art- pretty gross not art more like crazy nuts! no pun intended :)

Love the sentiment, and love the light

Private lines: Gillian Wearing's signs – in pictures

Gillian Wearing photographed strangers who opened up by displaying their feelings and inner turmoil using a placard

Self Portrait with Skull, Sarah Lucas, 1997

They promised they would have my back. They said "Trust Us, Trust Us" and I ended up sleeping on cold concrete in my own vomit. Self Portrait with Skull, Sarah Lucas, 1997

damien hirst

I know I have a super expensivo and fancy art education and I should be cooler than this, but I just want some Damien Hirst dots so flipping bad.

Whitechapel x Gillian Wearing

gillian wearing: Help from ‘Signs that Say What You Want Them to Say and Not Signs that Say What Someone Else Wants You to Say’

Tracey Emin, Young British Artist (YBA), whose work examines topics such as rape and abortion, and celebrates female relationships.

Tracey Emin, Young British Artist (YBA), whose work examines topics such as rape and abortion, and celebrates female relationships.

Sarah Lucas "self portrait with fried eggs", 1996

Art Everywhere: the 57 works coming to UK billboards - in pictures

Sarah Lucas to represent UK at 2015 Venice Biennale Image: Sarah Lucas, Self Portrait with Fried Eggs, 1996

damien hirst, newest narcotics make their debut ? Schizophrenogenesis” is on view at Paul Stolper Gallery, London, Oct. 9th–Nov. 15th, 2014.

Schizophrenogenesis is a show of work from Damien Hirst, currently on display at Paul Stolper Gallery. The art combines a variety of new pieces reflecting the aesthetic of the medicinal pill.

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