Exhibition Catalogues and Monographs
Eccles, Tom, ed. Invisible Adversaries. Annandale-on-Hudson: Hessel Museum of Art, 2016.
Belli, Gabriella, ed. Attorno A Klimt Giuditta, Eroismo E Seduzione, Centro Culturale Candiani, 2016.
Lucas, Sarah and Julian Simmons. I Scream Daddio. London: The British Council, 2015.
Disturbing Innocence. New York: The FLAG Art Foundation, 2014.
Sarah Lucas: NOB. Vienna: Secession, 2014.
Blazwick, Iwona and Poppy Bowers, eds. Sarah Lucas: SITUATION Absolute Beach Man Rubble. London: Whitechapel Gallery, 2013.
Simmons, Julian. TITTIPUSSIDAD. London: Sadie Coles HQ, 2013.
Grovier, Kelly. 100 Works of Art That Will Define a Generation. London: Thames & Hudson, 2013.
Latimer, Quinn. Sarah Lucas: Describe This Distance. Milan: Mousse Publishing, 2013.
Funny. New York: The FLAG Art Foundation, 2013.
Sculpture Now. London: Thames & Hudson, 2013.
NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star. New York: New Museum, 2013.
Cherix, Christophe, Print/Out. New York: MoMA, 2012.
The Spirit Level. New York: Gladstone Gallery, 2012.
Le Feuvre, Lisa, ed., Sarah Lucas: Ordinary Things. Leeds: Henry Moore Institute, 2012.
Regarding Warhol: Sixty Artists, Fifty Years. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2012.
From Death to Death and Other Small Tales: Masterpieces from the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and D. Daskalopoulos Collection. National Galleries Scotland, 2012.
Coles, Sadie, ed., Sarah Lucas: After 2005, Before 2012. London: Koenig Books, 2012.
Women Make Sculpture. Pangolin, London, 2011
Defining Contemporary Art – 25 years in 200 pivotal artworks. London: Phaidon, 2011
Cotton, Michelle, ed. Camulodunum. Colchester: Firstsite, 2011.
Borchhardt-Bribaumer, Brigitte and Hans-Peter Wipplinger. LUCAS, BOSCH, GELATIN. Krems: Kunsthalle Krems/ Verlag Der Buchhandlung Walther Koenig, 2011.
Roselione-Valadez, Juan. How Soon Now. Miami: Rubell Family Collection, 2010.
Hall, Emily, ed., Modern Women: Women Artists at the Museum of Modern Art. New York: MoMA, 2010.
Craig-Martin, Michael, ART. Berlin: Galerie Haas & Fuchs, Medialis, 2010.
Spens, Michael. Studio International: Yearbook Special, Issue 2007, Volume 206, Number 1029. New York: The Studio Trust, 2010.
Borchardt-Hume, Achim. Keeping it Real: An Exhibition in Four Acts from the D. Daskalopoulos Collection. London: Whitechapel Gallery, 2010.
Crucible. Chalford: Pangolin Editions, 2010.
The New Décor. London: Hayward Gallery, 2010.
Alison, Jane, ed. The Surreal House: Architecture of Desire. London: Yale University Press, 2010.
Chabers, Stephen, ed. The Royal Academy Illustrated 2010. London: Royal Acadamy of Arts, 2010.
Myrone, Martin, ed. Rude Britannia. London: Tate, 2010.
Craig-Martin, Michael. Art. Berlin: Galerie Haas & Fuchs, 2010.
Saunders, Gill. Walls are Talking: Wallpaper, Art and culture. Machnester: Whitworth Art Gallery; Chicago”: KWS Publishers, 2010.
Natsumi, Araki. The Kaleidoscopic Eye: Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary Collection. Toyko: Mori Art Museum, 2009.
Bonham-Carter, Charlotte and David Hodge. The Contemporary Art Book. London: Goodman, 2009.
Rattemeyer, Christiam. The Judith Rothschild Foundation Contemporary Drawings Collection, Catalogue Raisonné. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 2009.
Harrald, Chris and Fletcher Watkins. The Cigarette Book. London: Quartete, 2009.
Malik, Amna. Sarah Lucas, Au Naturel. Afterall, 2009.
Sommer Contemporary Art Ten, 1999-2009. Tel-Aviv: Sommer Contemporary Art, 2009.
Holzwarth, Hans Werner, ed. 100 Contemporary Artists. New York: Taschen, 2009.
Lamas, Dabid and Anna Dezeuze. Subversive Spaces: Surrealism and Contemporary Art. Manchester: The Whitworth Art Gallery, 2009.
God & Goods: Spiritualità e Confusione di Massa/Spirituality and Mass Confusion. (Udine, Italy: Villa Manin Centre for Contemporary Art)
Excerpt: Selections from the Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn Collection. Vasser College, New York, 2008.
Knapstein, Gabriele. “I can’t just slice off an ear every day.” Deconstructing the Myth of the Artist. Berlin: Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart, 2008.
Heiser, Jörge. All of a Sudden: Things That Matter in Contemporary Art. Berlin: Sternberg Press, 2008.
Bonami, Francesco, ed. God & Goods: Spirituality and Mass Confusion. Udine: Villa Manin Centro d’Arte Contemporanea, 2008.
Ruf, Beatrix. Blasted Allegories: Works from the Ringier Collection. Zurich: JRP Ringier, 2008.
Nochlin, Linda ed., Global Feminisms. Brooklyn Museum/Merrell, 2007.
Parreno, Phillipe ed., All Hawaii Entrees/ Lunar Reggae. Charta/Irish Museum of Modern Art, 2007.
Unmonumental: The Object in the 21st Century. New York: Phaidon, 2007.
Segal, Monica and Richard, Contemporary Realism: The Seavest Collection. Portland: Collectors Press Books, 2007.
Bonami, Francesco, ed. Supercontemporary: Sarah Lucas. Milan: Electa, 2007.
Schor, Gabriele. Held Together With Wather: Art from the Sammlung Verbund. Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz, 2007.
Butler, Emily. Aftershock: Contemporary Britsh Art 1990-2006. London: The British Council, 2007.
Plate, S Brent. Blashphemy Art That Offends. London: Black Dog Publishing, 2006.
Hopkins, David. Dada’s Boys, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 2006.
Body Face Soul: The Female Image from the 16th to the 21st Century, Vienna: Leopid Museum, 2006.
The Devil Hearth and Home. Milan: La Triennale di Milano, 2006.
Linderman, Adam. Collecting Contemporary. Cologne: Tashen, 2006.
In the Darkest Hour There May be Light. New York: Serpentine Gallery, London Art Now Vol 2, Taschen, 2005.
GOD IS DAD, New York: Gladstone Gallery.
Bonami, Francesco ed., Bidibidobidiboo: Works from Collezione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Milano: Skira Editore S.p.A., 2005.
Empreinte Moi, Miami: Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin.
Mahon, Alyce, Eroticism & Art. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.
Dickins, Rosie, The Usborne Book of Art. Usborne Press, 2005.
Body: New Art from the UK. Vancouver: Vancouver Art Gallery and the British Council, 2005.
Dziewior, Yilmaz and Beatrix Ruf, ed. Sarah Lucas: Exhibitions and Catalogue Raisonné 1989-2005. Osfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag; London: Tate Publishin, 2005.
Gifted. The Arts Gallery, London: University of the Arts.
In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. London: Tate Britain/Tate Publishing.
Just Love Me. Post-Feminist Art of the 1990’s from the Goetz Collection. Norway: Bergen Art Museum, Bergen.
Sexes: images- pratiques et pensées contemporaines. Collection dirigée par Fabrice Bousteau: beaux arts magazine: livres.
Antje Majewski et al., Atomkrieg, New York: Lukas and Sternberg.
Cotton, Charlotte. The Photograph as Contemporary Art. London: Thames & Hudson, 2004.
Fer, Briony. The Infinite Line. New Heaven: Yale Univeristy Press, 2004.
Taylor, Brandon. Collage: The Making of Modern Art. London: Thames & Hudson, 2004.
Roken in de kunst, van Jan Steen tot Pablo Picasso. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Kunsthal Rotterdam / Amsterdam: Ludion.
A Bigger Splash: Uma Seleção de Arte Britânica da Coleção da Tate 1960-2003 / A Bigger Splash: A Selection of British Art from Tate Collection 1960-2003. São Paulo: Brasil Connects.
Bad Behaviour from the Arts Council Collection. London: Hayward Gallery Publishing.
BIDA 2003 – Bienal Internacional del Deporte en el Arte. Salamanca, Spain.
La Biennale di Venezia 50th International Art Exhibition, Dreams and conflicts: The Dictatorship of the Viewer. Venice: Giardini della Biennale – Arsenale.
Face Off: A Portrait of the Artist. Cambridge, England: Kettle’s Yard.
Bice Curiger, Kunst Expansiv – Zwischen Gegenkultur und Museum. Regensburg, Germany: Lindinger + Schmid Verlag GdbR.
Saunders,Gill, Wallpaper in Interior Decoration. London: V&A Publications.
Tim Marlow on Tate Modern. London: Spafax Publishing.
Collings, Matthew, Sarah Lucas. London: Tate Publishing.
Riemschneider, Burkhardt, Art Now. Cologne, Germany: Taschen.
Schmidt-Wulffen, Stefan, Perfektimperfekt. Freiburg, Germany: Modo.
Button, Virginia, The Rowan Collection – Contemporary British and Irish Art. Dublin: Irish Museum of Modern Art.
Feeke,Stephen, Second Skin. Leeds, England: Henry Moore Institute.
Buck, Louisa, Art Work of the Month. London: Arts Tate, February.
Alice Dewey ed., New – Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary British Art. Edinburgh: National Galleries of Scotland.
No World Without You – Reflections of Identity in New British Art. Tel Aviv, Israel: Herzliya Museum of Art.
PoT: The Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art – The Independent.
Die Wohltat der Kunst, Post\Feministiche Positionen der neunziger Jahre aus der Sammlung Goetz. Cologne, Germany: Walther König.
Comer o no Comer o las relaciones del arte con la comida en el siglo XX. Salamanca, Spain: Centro de Arte Salamanca.
Archivio Alfonso Pons. Koldo Kitxelena Kulturunea.
Dr Kellein,Thomas, The Surreal Woman: Femaleness and the Uncanny in Surrealism. Bielefeld, Germany: Kunsthalle Bielefeld.
Buck, Louisa, The Colony Room Club - 2001 A Space Oddity. London: The Colony Room Club and A22 Projects.
Gottlib, Nechama and Andrew Renton, British Artists in Israel. Tel Aviv, Israel: Hertzliya Museum of Art.
Biggs, Lewis and Fang-wei Chang, Field Day Sculpture from Britain. Taiwan: Taipei Fine Arts Museum and British Council.
Maloney, Martin, I am a Camera. London: Saatchi Gallery / Booth Clibborn Editions.
Friese, Peter, Ohne Zögern – Without Hesitation: views of the Olbricht Collection. Bremen, Germany: Neues Museum Weserburg.
Dr Finckh, Gerhard, Freestyle: Werke aus der Sammlung Boros. Leverkusen, Germany: Museum Morsbroich.
Schimmel, Paul, Public Offerings. Los Angeles (CA): Museum of Contemporary Art/ London: Thames and Hudson.
Carson, Fiona and Claire Pajaczkowska, Feminist Visual Culture. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Higgs, Matthew, City Racing 1988-1998: a partial account. London: I.C.A.
Bonami, Francesco, Uniform: Order and Disorder. Florence, Italy: Stazione Leopolda.
Lowther, Rachel and Aline Duriaud and James Dawson-Hollis, Death Race 2000. video catalogue, New York: Thread Waxing Space.
Kent, Sarah, YBA Woman. Thames & Hudson World of Art: 45th Birthday Issue.
Grosenick, Uta, Women Artists in the 20th and 21st Century. Cologne, Germany: Taschen.
Breaking the Mould, 20th Century British Sculpture from Tate. A Tate Partnership Exhibition, Norwich, Germany: Norwich Castle, Museum & Art Gallery.
Combalia, Victoria and Angus Cook, Sarah Lucas – Self Portraits and More Sex. Barcelona, Spain: Tecla Sala.
Meyer-Hermann, Eva, The Oldest Possible Memory. St Gallen, Switzerland: Sammlung Hauser und Wirth.
Curiger, Bice, Hypermental. Zurich, Switzerland: Kunsthaus Zurich.
Curiger, Bice ed., Cream 2. London: Phaidon Books.
Puerile 69: Angus Fairhurst, Michael Landy, Sarah Lucas, Gillian Wearing, Richard Shone. Reykjavik: The Living Art Museum.
Rosenthal, Norman, Sex and the British. Salzburg, Austria: Thaddeaus Ropac Galerie.
Ross, David, Nicholas Serota, Ida Giannelli, Giorgio Verzotti, and Jonathan Watkins, Quotidiana: Immagini della viat di ogni giorno nell’arte del xx secolo/The Continuity of the Everyday in 20th Century Art. Turin, Italy: Castello di Rivoli / Milan, Italy: Charta.
Cabello, Helena and Ana Carceller, Zona F. Castello, Spain: Espai d’Art Contemporani de Castello.
Stallabrass, Julian, High Art Life. London: Verso Books.
Higgs, Matthew, Pippa Coles and Jacqui Poncelet, The British Art Show 5. London: Hayward Gallery Touring Exhibitions.
Psycho, Art and Anatomy. London: Anne Faggianato.
Art at the Turn of the Millenium. Cologne, Germany: Taschen.
Collings, Matthew. This Is Modern Art. London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson.
van der Mast, Michel, Me Myself I, Contemporary Self Images. The Hague, The Netherlands: Hagues Historisch Museum.
The Anagrammatical Body. Graz, Austria: Neu Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum.
REAL LIVE: New British Art. Tochigi, Japan: Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts.
Self Portraits - A Collection. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Caldic Collection.
Photography As Concept-4 Internationale Foto-Triennale Esslingen. Esslingen, Germany: Galerien der Stadt Esslingen Villa Merkel.
Giolla Leith, Caoimhin Mac, Hungry Ghosts. Dublin: Douglas Hyde Gallery.
Contemporary British Art. Korea: National Museum of Contemporary Art.
Muir, Gregor. ‘Sarah Lucas’ in New Art From Britain. Innsbruck, Austria: Kunstraum Innabruck.
Janus, Elizabeth ed., Die Rache der Veronika: Fotosammlung Lambert. Zurich, Switzerland: Scalo / Hamburg, Germany: Deichtorhallen Hamburg.
Zdenek, Felix ed., Emotion: Young British and American Art from the Goetz Collection. Hamburg, Germany: Deichtorhallen Hamburg.
Saltz, Jerry ed., An Ideal Syllabus: Artists, Critics and Curators Choose the Books We Need to Read. London: Frieze.
Kydd, Johnnie Shand, Spitfire: Young British Artists. London: Thames and Hudson.
Kolle, Brigitte ed., Sarah Lucas. Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany: Portikus.
Dwiezior, Yilmaz ed., Car Park. Cologne, Germany: Museum Ludwig.
Package Holiday – works from the Ophiuchus Collection. London: Sadie Coles HQ.
Williams, Gilda, Strange Days. Milan: Claudia Gian Ferrari Arte Contemporanea.
Collings, Matthew, Blimey!: From Bohemia to Britpop: The London Artworld from Francis Bacon to Damien Hirst. London: 21.
Artists form the UK, with an interview by Ingvild Goetz. Munich, Germany: Sammlung Goetz.
Buck, Louisa, Moving Targets: A User’s Guide to British Art Now. London: Tate Gallery Publishing.
Rosenthal, Norman and Simonetta Fracquelli eds., Sensation. London: Royal Academy of Art.
Bush, Kate and Gregor Muir eds., Assuming Positions. London: ICA.
Schampers, Karel ed., Sarah Lucas. The Netherlands: Museum Boymans-van Beuningen. contributions by Jan van Adrichem, ‘Things That Have To Come About’ & Angus Fairhurst, ‘Concrete Dreams’ Rotterdam.
Flood, Richard, ed., Brilliant! New Art from London. Minneapolis (MI): Walker Art Centre. Contributions by: Neville Wakefield, ‘Pretty Vacancy’, Stuart Morgan, ‘Briller A Tawdry Flickwort!’, Richard Flood, ‘The Levellers’, Douglas Fogle, ‘Bad Science’. Includes excerpt from an interview with Sarah Lucas by Marcelo Spinelli.
Worsdale, Godfrey ed., Co-operators, includes ‘Lucas & Emin’ artists’ statement Southampton, England: Southampton City Art Gallery.
From Figure to Object: A Century of Sculptors’ Drawings. London: Frith Street Gallery & Karsten Schubert Gallery.
Obrist, Hans Ulrich ed., Live/Life, text by Gregor Muir. Paris: ARC Musee de la Ville de Paris.
Freedman, Carl ed., Minky Manky. London: South London Gallery. includes an interview with the artist
Corpus Delicti: London in the 1990’s. Copenhagen: Kunstforeningen.
Masculin/Feminine. Paris: Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou. text by Marie-Laure Bernadac.
Kent, Sarah. ‘Sarah Lucas’, Shark Infested Waters: The Saatchi Collection of British Art in the 90’s. London: Zwemmers.
Dearcon, Chris ed,. Cahier #2. The Netherlands: Witte de With, Rotterdam / Dusseldorf, Germany: Richter Verlag. Includes articles about the exhibition Watt and a transcript of a group discussion with the artists Rotterdam.
Karaoke, Football, Frankfurt-am-Main. Germany: Portikus. (curated by Georg Herold) catalogue in the form of a limited edition box containing a multiple by each artist.
Evren, Robert and Sarah Lucas, Steven Pippin: projects 44. New York: Museum of Modern Art.
Gillick, Liam and Andrew Renton eds., Technique Anglais: Current trends in British Art. London: Thames & Hudson/One Off Press.
Selected Articles and Reviews
Hall, Sarah. "A Natural Elegance," Frieze, no, 171, May 2015, p. 164-171.
Simmons, Julian. "Getting Plastered," FT Weekend Magazine, April 25, 2015, p. 22-25.
Johnson, Ken. "All Back in the Skull Together," The New York Times, Apil 9, 2015.
Laing, Olivia. "The Undimished Charm of Sarah Lucas," T Magazine, March 28, 2015.
Shaw, Anny. “Six sculptures for site near London’s new US embassy,” The Art Newspaper, June 30, 2015.
Snow, Philippa. “Frieze Camden: Sarah Lucas’ Fried Eggs,” Artslant, October 15, 2014.
Wallace, Ian. “Sarah Lucas on Her Art, the Venice Biennale, and Learning to Be Less Abject,” Artspace, April 26, 2014.
Fox, Dan. “2013 Carnegie International,” Frieze, April 2014, p.138-139.
Sutton, Kate. “Critics Picks: Sarah Lucas,” Artforum, 2014.
“The Lookout: Sarah Lucast at Gladstone,” Art in America, 2014.
Sherwin, Skye. “Sit on It: Bad Girl artist Sarah Lucas offers a chair,” W Magazine, April 8, 2014.
Jones, Jonathan. “Fancy a breeze-block sofa? Sarah Lucas unveils her first foray into furniture,” The Guardian, April 8, 2014.
Addley, Esther. “Artist Sarah Lucas to represent UK at 2015 Venice Biennale,” The Guardian, March 21, 2014.
“Sarah Lucas to represent UK at 2014 Venice Biennale,” BBC News, March 21, 2014.
Johnson, Ken. "Sarah Lucas: 'Nud Nob'," The New York Times, March 20, 2014.
Prince, Mark. "Sarah Lucas," Art in America, February 2014, p.105-106.
Hepburn, David. “Art Review: Sarah Lucas (Tramway),” Milngavi Herald, March 2014.
Simonini, Ross. “Art Matters | For Adults Only,” T Magazine, February 4, 2014.
Applin, Jo. “Sarah Lucas,” Artforum, February 2014, p.223-224.
Creahan, D. “Vienna- Sarah Lucas + Gelatin: ‘NOB’ at Secession Through January 19th, 2014,” Art Observed, January 12, 2014.
Pollock, David. “Sarah Lucas Exhibition at Glasgow Tramway: Powerful Retrospective Targets the Male Dominated Media World,” The List, January 20, 2014.
Hastings, Sophie. "Kicking against the pricks," GQ, November 11, 2013.
Fox, Dan. “Then and Now- British Art and the 1990s,” Frieze, November-December, 2013, pp.100-107.
Humphrey, Guy. “Sarah Lucas: SITUATION At The Whitechapel Gallery,” Ultra Vie, October 25, 2013.
“Sarah Lucas, ‘SITUATION Absolute Beach Man Rubble’ at Whitechapel Gallery, London,” Mousse, 2013.
Khan, Tabish. “Explicit Art by Sarah Lucas at Whitechapel Gallery,” The Londonist, October 14, 2013.
Sherwin, Skye. “It’s Hard Being Sarah Lucas: The artist’s first big UK survey showcases her fierce humor,” W Magazine, October 11, 2013.
Miller, Ben. “Sex, cigarettes, skulls and toilets: Sarah Lucas has a Situation at London’s Whitechapel,” Culture24, October 9, 2013.
“Sarah Lucas at Whitechapel Gallery: Raucous, Seedy, and Daring You to Laugh,” Metro, October 9, 2013.
Wullshlager, Jackie. “Sarah Lucas evolves from the ‘brashest’ YBA to stylish sculptor,” Financial Times, October 4, 2013.
Güner, Fisun. “Sarah Lucas: Situation, Whitechapel Gallery,” The Arts Desk, October 3, 2013.
Sooke, Alastair. “Sarah Lucas: funny, compelling, rude and really, really good,” The Telegraph, October 3, 2013.
Pilger, Zoe. “Art Review: Sarah Lucas, Situation- There are boobs and bum aplenty, but there is also a point,” The Independent, October 1, 2013.
Luke, Ben. “Classical, Lewd, and Loaded with Attitude,” The Art Newspaper, October 2013, p.42
Searle, Adrian. “Sarah Lucas at the Whitechapel; more than the sum of her parts,” The Guardian, September 30, 2013.
Sherwin, Skye and Robert Clark. “Sarah Lucas, Lindsay Seer, Shunga: the week’s art shows in pictures,” The Guardian, September 27, 2013.
Abbott, Kate. “Tracy Emin and Sarah Lucas: How we Made The Shop,” The Guardian, August 12, 2013.
Sooke, Alastair. “Sarah Lucas on Being as Provocative as Ever,” Telegraph, September 10, 2013.
Ruby, Sterling. "Sterling Ruby on Sarha Lucas's Pauline Bunny (1997)," Tatte ect, Autumn 2013.
Jones, Jonathan. “Sarah Lucas is a far better sculptor than Moore or Hepworth ever were,” The Guardian, July 1, 2013.
Sherwin, Skye. “Do It: The Art of Command,” The Guardian, May 24, 2013.
Ekstrand, A.M. “London – Sarah Lucas: ‘Situation Classic Pervery’ Ongoing Rotational Exhibition at Sadie Coles,” Art Observed, February 21, 2013.
Milliard, Coline. “From Death to Death and Other Small Tales,” Modern Painters, Vol. 25 No. 3, March 2013, p. 95.
Charlesworth, J.J. “Sarah Lucas,” Art Review, January and February 2013, p. 68–73.
Callihan, Nicholas. “What Do You Want In Your Face,” Mousse #32, p. 170-177.
Buck, Louisa. “Lucas’s room of her own,” The Art Newspaper, March 2012, p. 53.
Jauregui, Gabriela. “Sarah Lucas – Museo Anahuacali, Mexico City,” Frieze, September 2012, p. 191.
Brown, Mark. “Sarah Lucas unlocks prisoners’ art,” Guardian, September 18, 2012.
Patterson, Christina. “Sarah Lucas: A Young British Artist grows up and speaks out,” Independent.co.uk, July 21, 2012.
Clark, Nick. “Tracy and Damien? They’re second-rate, says Sarah Lucas,” Independent.co.uk, July 21, 2012.
Searle, Adrian. “Sarah Lucas: tights, melons and concrete pies,” The Guardian, July 18, 2012.
Corwin, William. “In Conversation with Sarah Lucas,” The Brooklyn Rail, September 2011.
Rosenthal, Stephanie. “Sarah Lucas/Louise Bourgeois, “Nuds,” Museum of Cycladic Art, Greece, Art Review: Summer 2010, p. 68.
White, Michelle. “Sarah Lucas,” Modern Painters, February 2009, p. 88.
Fox, Dan. “Sarah Lucas,” Frieze, March 2009, p. 151-152.
White, Erin Starr. “Sarah Lucas,” Art Lies, Spring 2009, p 91.
"The Approval Matrix," New York Magazine, January 21-28, p 97.
"Sarah Lucas," Arte Contemporanea: Cinque, Mondadori 2008.
"Sarah Lucas," Arte Contemporanea: Sei, Mondadori 2008.
Wolin, Joseph. “Who’s Afraid of Jasper Johns?” Modern Painters, September 2008, p.108.
Vogel, Carol. “No Carriage Rides, Please,” The New York Times, September 7, 2007, p. 29, 31.
Cembalest, Robin, "A Matter of Opinion," Art News. November 2007, p. 194.
"The Third Man: Sarah Lucas," Palais de Tokyo Magazine, Fall 2007.
"A Nod as Good as a Wink: Interview with Carl Freedman," The Artist's Joke, MIT Press, p. 142–143.
Harris, Jonathan, "Figure It Out," Tate, etc, Autumn 2007, p. 94.
"Art Now: 2008 Taschen Diary," Taschen, 2007.
Haines, Bruce. “Perceval and the Pure of Heart,” HAMSTERWHEEL, 2007, p. 9-11.
Frank, Nadia. "London Diary," Whitewall, Spring 2007, p. 44.
Adams, Rebecca Knapp. "Hang It All," Art & Auction, April 2007, p.134-138.
Ebony, David. "Report from Lisbon: Sailing into the 21st Century," Art in America, April 2007, p. 52-57.
Williams, Eliza. "Selections from Damien Hirst's Collection," Flash Art, Vol. XL, No. 253, March-April 2007, p. 65-67.
Ward, Ossian. "Review: In the Darkest Hour there May be Light at the Serpentine Gallery, London," Monopol, February 2007, p. 122-123.
Ellis, Patricia. "Catching up with Charles Saatchi," Flash Art, October 06, p. 64.
Zamudio, Raul. “Art Basel Miami Beach 2005,” Art Nexus, No. 60, p. 112.
Collings, Matthew. “More on Painting,” Modern Painters, February 2006, p. 26.
Carmine, Giovanni. “Beatrix Ruff,” Contemporary 21, No. 77, 2005, p. 102
“Masterworks of Modern Art: from the Museum of Modern Art, New York,” Scala Vision, New York, p. 295.
“L’art du Xxe Siecle: De l’art Moderne a l’art Contemporian 1939- 2002,” Citadelles and Mazenod, Paris.
Ebony, David. “Dressed in Shadows: Recent Work of Sarah Lucas and Alenka Zupancic,” lacanian ink, issue 26, fall 2005.
Grayling, A C. "An Uncooked Perspective on the Nature of Sex," Tate ETC, Autumn 2005, p. 92-97.
Comer-Greene, Rachel. “Drunk vs. Stoned 2” Time Out NY, August 18-24, 2005, p. 61.
Villasmil, Alejandra. “Sarah Lucas,” Arte al Dia, April/May 2005, p. 102-103.
Elcott, Noam M. “Sarah Lucas: God is Dad,” Time Out NY, March 3-9, p. 60.
Smith, Roberta. “Sarah Lucas: God is Dad,” New York Times, Weekend Arts, 25 February, p. 36.
Kletke, Daniel. “God is Dad,” artnet.de, 24 February.
Mears, Emily Speers. “Sarah Lucas,” artforum.com, New York: Critics’ Picks.
Kirwan-Taylor, Helen. “Living off the Wall,” ArtReview, International Edition, V3N2, p. 63.
Yablonsky, Linda. “Happy Returns,” Artforum.com, February 9, 2005.
Yablonsky, Linda. “Whats so Funny About Contermporary Art?” Artnews, September 2004, p. 114-5, ill.
Buchhart, Dieter. “Mike Kelly,” Kunstforum, September/October 2004, Germany, p. 374, ill.
Jones, Dafydd. “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” ArtReview, Vol. LIV April.
Renton, Andrew. “There is life after Hoxton,” Evening Standard, January 6.
Cumming, Laura. “Family Favourites: The Fourth Plinth,” The Observer, January 18.
Sumpter, Helen. “Dead Bird Show,” Time Out, December 30-January 7.
Herbert, Martin. “The Fourth Plinth,” Time Out, December 30-January 7.
“Art 35 Basel,” Swiss Magazine, June.
Gronlund, Melissa. “Tate Britain: In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” Contemporary, No. 63.
Furness, Rosalind. “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” Modern Painters, Summer.
Brown, Jonathan and Genevieve Roberts. “Hirst statue survives but toll of other artists’ work grows,” The Independent, May 28.
Malvern, Jack and Saen O’Neill. “Britart’s finest bear brunt of £20m warehouse Fire,” The Times, May 27.
Malvern, Jack and Helen Nugent. “Britart masterpieces feared lost in blaze,” The Times, 26 May.
Beasley, Mark. “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” Frieze, Issue 84.
Gleadell, Colin. “Fair gains all round,” ArtReview, Volume LIV May.
Schluter, Ralf. “Unschuld verloren,” Art das Kunstmagazin, No. 5 May.
Harris, Lucian. “Che noia la Yba,” Vernissage, No. 49, May.
Ebony, David. “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida at Tate Britain,” Art in America, May.
Falconer, Morgan. “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” Art Monthly, No. 275 April.
Garnett, Daisy. “Team Spirit in Vogue,” Vogue, April.
“Le Mostre, Inghilterra,” Arte, April.
“Cruci-fiction?,” Time Out, April 7-14.
Critics’ Choice, “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” Time Out, March 31–April 7.
Critics’ Choice, “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” Time Out, March 24-31.
Dorment, Richard. “In the garden of horrors,” The Telegraph, March 3.
Reynolds, Nigel. “A six-legged calf in paradise,” The Telegraph, March 3.
Kirby, Terry. “A six-legged calf and a Christ made of cigarettes. Damien’s back and this time he’s brought his friends,” The Independent, March 3.
Alberge, Dalya. “Full frontal view of Eden in Tate’s latest art shocker,” The Times, March 3.
Rosenthal, Tom. “Sexing up their Eden project,” The Times, March 3.
Searle, Adrian. “Trouble in Paradise,” The Guardian, Feb 2.
Leitch, Luke. “Young British artists regroup for “Garden of Eden” extravaganza,” Evening Standard, March 2.
Kent, Sarah. “The Eden Project,” Time Out, Feb 25- March 3.
Gayford, Martin. “Would you Adam and Eve it?,” Telegraph Magazine, Feb 28.
Sewell, Brian. “Smut with a touch of grandeur,” Evening Standard, March 5.
Mullins, Charlotte. “A way-out Garden of Eden,” Financial Times, March 5.
Cumming, Laura. “Oh do look, a calf with six legs,” The Observer, March 7.
Januszczak, Waldemar. “The rot of ages,” The Sunday Times, March 7.
Lubbock, Tom. “Unoriginal sins,” The Independent, March 9.
Kent, Sarah. “Sex, death, banana,” Time Out, March 10-17.
Darwent, Charles. “All about Eve (another raw deal?),” The Independent on Sunday, March 17.
Murray, Lavinia. “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” Flux, Issue 41, March.
Wright, Karen. “Gallery: In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” Modern Painters, Spring.
Critics Choice Art, “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” Time Out, March 10-17.
Richard Dyer, “Angus Farihurst, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas: In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida,” Contemporary, no. 61 March.
Buck, Louisa. “Meagre meal for Tate Britain’s fish population,” The Art Newspaper, No. 146, April.
Buck, Louisa. “Contemporary, Shows this year,” The Art Newspaper, The Year Ahead 2004, January.
Mytkowska, Joanna. “Autoportret z sadzonymi jajami,” Wysokie Obcasy, No. 7 Walentynki, Poland, p. 255.
Muller, Brian. “212121 Painting, from Postconceptualism to Recontextualism,” Contemporary, No. 58.
“The Saatchi Gallery,” Time Out Supplement, October.
Sumpter, Helen. “All Bar Three,” ArtReview, March.
Sumpter, Helen. “Temple of Bacchus,” Modern Painters, Summer.
Walsh, Holly. “Sarah Lucas, Colin Lowe and Roddy Thomson,” Frieze, No. 76 June-August.
Lack, Jessica. “The Temple of Bacchus,” The Guide, March 22-28.
Steiner, Susie. “Living with a young master: Meat Sarah Lucas,” The Guardian, June 21.
Buck, Louisa. “Artwork of the Month,” Tate@ BBC website, Feb 27.
Christie’s Education London, March-April.
Buck, Louisa. “London diary,” The Art Newspaper, No. 124, April.
Craig-Martin, Michael. “details, close-ups and surfaces,” Modern Painters, Vol.15, Spring.
Collings, Matthew. “The Mad and the God,” Modern Painters, Vol. 15, Spring.
ELLE (Japan), No. 213, July.
O’Grady, Carrie. “What to see and do at Hay,” The Guardian, June 1.
Charlesworth, J. J. “The Root of the Evil,” Modern Painters, Summer.
Chrisafis, Angelique. “Boyd and Geldof join Haymakers,” The Guardian, June 1.
Contemporary, Special Issue 2002, June/July/August.
Cork, Richard. “Rude Awakening,” The Times, November 23.
Simmons, John. “All the Rage, & (Ampersand),” March/April.
Behrman, Pryle. CVA, Issue 32.
“Tim Marlow in conversation with Sarah Lucas at Tate Modern,” Tate Magazine, March.
Moore, Rowan. Evening Standard, January 23.
Bennet, Oliver. “Naughty But Nice,” The Independent Magazine, June 30.
Guner, Fisun. “Sarah Lucas: Cake,” Metro Life, July 5.
Rigney, Robert. “Confessions of an ‘Art Freak,’” Artnews, March.
Goulder, J. and A. Moore. “The Contemporary Art Market,” London.
Kolczynska, Paulina. “The First Quarter ‘The Armory’ Retrospective,” Tema Celeste, May-June.
Kennedy, Maev. “Sarah’s spread, Lucas and the art of cake making,” The Guardian, July 6.
“Bunny Girls Get Stuffed,” Mouth to Mouth, Beastly Issue.
Muchnic, Suzanne. “Ascent of the Early Risers,” Los Angeles Times, April 1.
“MOCA Examines Points of Emergence of Today’s Significant Artists,” Antiques & the Arts, March 30.
Miles, Christopher. “MOCA Takes Stock of the ‘90s,” Art & Auction, April 1.
Pagel, David. “Before Their Art Was Famous,” Los Angeles Times, April 4.
Briggs, Jack. LADowntownNews.com, 9 April.
Tumil, Jan. “Public Offerings,” Artforum, January.
Krygier, Irit. “Hello 21st Century,” artnet.com.
Geer, Suvan. “Viewpoint,” Artweek, July.
Rugoff, Ralph. “Right time, right place, wrong art,” Financial Times, May 11.
Martin, Victoria. “Memo from LA,” Artweek, June.
Cambell, Clayton. “Review,” dart Interntional, Fall.
Erickson, Karl. “The Free Spot,” In These Times, August 20.
Baker, Kenneth. “Rounding off the Nineties,” The Art Newspaper, May.
Harvey, Doug. “P.O.’d,” LA Weekly, May 11-17.
“Review,” Artforum, February.
Nguyen, Alexander. Daily Trojan, April 2.
Baker, Kenneth. San Francisco Chronicle, April 3.
Reynolds, Nigel. “Yes, we can see a blur but who’s in the pictures?,” The Daily Telegraph, September 6.
Gibbons, Fiachra. “Gallery suffers blurred vision,” The Guardian, September 6.
Daily Mail Reporter, Daily Mail, September 6.
Israel, Nico. “Public Offerings,” Artforum, XL, No. 1, September.
Hilty, Greg. “A Thousand Words: Michael Clark; Talks about Before And After:The Fall,” Artforum, October.
Buck, Louisa. “Mover and Shaker,” Vogue (UK), November.
Mugan, Chris. “Going Out,” Evening Standard, October 24.
Watson, Keith. “It’s out on a limb,” Metro Life, October 23.
Searle, Adrian. “The Rhythm Method,” The Guardian, October 24.
Jennings, Luke. “The nation’s saving grace,” Evening Standard, October 25.
Werner, Mark. “Alien Invasion,” ArtReview, November.
Hirst, Damien. “Hirst on Sarah Lucas,” G2 The Guardian, October 8.
Field, Marcus. “Sarah Lucas,” The Independent on Sunday, November 4.
Collins, Matthew. “Introspection,” Modern Painters, Winter.
Berredi, Sophie. “Generation Sensation; young british artists,” Connaissance des Arts, December.
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“Review of the Year,” Part 2, Time Out, December 20.
Johnson, Ken. The New York Times, December 22.
“Art et Homosexualité,” Beaux Arts magazine, No.198, November.
Activitats Culturals, October-December.
Rego, Juan Carlos. “Provocacion Animal,” El Pais, October 20.
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Padua, Andrea. Aqui, October 6, 12.
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“Una Autentica Bad Girl,” Elle, No. 169, September.
Shone, Richard. The Burlington Magazine, September.
“Female Visions,” du, Die Zeitschrift der Kultur, No.707, June.
Lebovici, Elizabeth. “Sarah Lucas,” tetu[,]madame, No.1.
Douet, Stephanie. “Sarah Lucas, Beyond the Pleasure Principle,” Make, issue 88, June-August.
Hall, James. Tate, Summer.
The Art Newspaper, July-August.
Glover, Michael. Independent, July 11.
Kent, Sarah. “Brains of Britain, Intelligence: New British Art at Tate Britain,” Time Out, July 12-19.
Collings, Matthew. “Dimocracy,” Modern Painters.
Nochlin, Linda. “The Naked and the Dread,” Tate Magazine (Tate Modern special), No. 21.
“Oevre Fumeuse,” Numero, No.13, May.
Wright, Karen. “Gallery,” Modern Painters, Spring.
Kinsman, Chloe (interview). “It’s a good time to be a woman,” Tate Magazine, (from ‘Front Row’, Radio 4) Spring.
The Guardian, June 15.
Sumpter, Helen. “The Last Word,” ES Magazine, June 15.
Purslglove, Anna. Evening Standard, June 9.
“Il dolce naufragio,” Vernissage, May.
Wright, Karen. Modern Painters, Spring.
Hall, James. “Sarah Lucas,” Artforum, May.
Coomer, Martin. “Clash of the Galleries,” Time Out, May 3-10.
Lubbock, Tom. “Nothing acts faster than anodyne,” The Independent, April 25.
Cork, Richard. “Space, the final art frontier,” The Times, April 19.
Currah, Mark. Time Out, March 29- April 5.
Cork, Richard. “Britart-now that the thrill has gone,” The Times, April 12.
Clark, Paul. “Beyond the pleasure principle,” Evening Standard, April 10.
“Totem e Tabu,” Il Giornale Dell’Arte, April.
“The Fag Show,” Stop! Magazine, April.
“News,” Mental Health Practice, April.
Searle, Adrian. “Do these pictures make you think of sex?,” The Guardian, March 28.
MacRitchie, Lynn. “Freud gets fleshed Out,” Financial Times, March 24.
Gleeson, David. “Sarah Lucas at the Freud Museum,” Londonart.co.uk, March 24.
Smithson, Helen. “Id and miss in home of Freud,” Ham & High, March 24.
Darwent, Charles. “No Smoking,” The New Statesman, 20 March Evening Standard - Hot Tickets, March 10-16.
Cumming, Laura. “Einstein on the beach,” The Observer, March 19.
Hogan, Phil. The Observer Magazine, March 12.
Kent, Sarah. “Fag Hag,” Time Out, March 8-15.
Eichler, Dominic. “Sarah Lucas,” CFA Berlin, Frieze, March-April.
Infection Manifesto, No. 3, March.
“Sarah Lucas,” Eikoku News Digest, March.
Buck, Louisa. “Sarah Lucas lights up and gets Freudian,” The Art Newspaper, No.101, March.
Leadbeater, Chris. “Lucas’ new line in smokin’ art,” London Guide, (web).
The Groucho Club newsletter, Spring.
Habitat Art Club magazine, Spring.
Jones, Jonathan. “A bit of a drag,” The Guardian, 25 February.
Grant, Simon. “The fag end of obsession,” Evening Standard, February 24.
Gleadell, Colin. “Contemporary Market,” Daily Telegraph, February 21.
Mclaren, Duncan. “The Fag Show,” Independent on Sunday, February 20.
Darwent, Charles. “ArtReview,” Metro Life, February 18.
“Smokers’ corner,” Londoner’s Diary, Evening Standard, February 17.
Jones, Jonathan. “Sarah Lucas,” The Guardian, February 16.
Ellis, Samantha. “Going Out,” Evening Standard, February 16.
Grant, Simon. “The Big Smoke,” The Guide, The Guardian, February 12.
Sumpter, Helen. Evening Standard - Hot Tickets, February 11-17.
“What’s On,” Space, The Guardian, February 10.
Buck, Louisa. “Ciggie Stardust,” Esquire, February.
Cisar, Karel. “Sadie Coles HQ,” UmÆlec, February.
“Lust oder lustig,” Kunstzeitung, No. 41, January.
Barber, Lynn. “Drag Queen,” The Observer Magazine, January 30.
Richard Cork, Tatler.
Dominic Eichler, Frieze, March – April.
Thorncroft, Anthony. “An art fair for the next generation,” Financial Times, November 17.
Powell, Lucy. “I don’t know much about politics…,” The Guardian, November 4.
V, Lorna. “Sell Out,” London design special, Time Out (London), September 22-29.
Schjeldahl, Peter. “Those Nasty Bits,” The New Yorker.
Moore, Susanne. “You Show Me Yours,” Independent on Saturday Magazine, April 11.
“London Art,” Barfout! Magazine (Tokyo), February.
Takeda, Saori. “Women in Art,” Asahi Shimbun (Tokyo) April 15.
Kino, Carol. “Talkin’ bout bad girls,” Time Out New York, 10 September.
Aliaga, Juan Vicenta. “Angus Fairhurst/Sarah Lucas,” Artforum, September.
Kent, Sarah. “People of the Nineties,” Time Out, 30th Anniversary Issue, October.
Maloney, Robert. “smoking and drinking,” Magazine (New York), September 18.
Kimmelman, Michael. “Sarah Lucas-The Old In Out,” The New York Times, September 25.
Levin, Kim. “No Cigar?,” The Village Voice, October 6.
Jones, Dylan. “Strop Art,” Sunday Times Magazine, November 8.
Sanders, Mark. “No Sex Please We’re British, Dazed and Confused Magazine,” October.
Takano, Yuko. “It’s because she is a Londoner,” Cut, Issue 81, October.
Smolik, Noemi. “Der Reiz des zarten Gruselns” (Berlin), January 7.
Werneburg, Brigitte. “Schnee fur morgan,” Die Tageszietung (Berlin), January 4-5.
Kunn, Nicola. “Verzweiflung als letzter Kick,” Der Tagesspiegel, January 12.
Freedman, Carl. “Have you got a fag, mate?,” Paletten, 1/97.
Blomberg, Katja. “Unter Deck aber siingen die Kessel,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, April 23.
Searle, Adrian. “Bring Down the Dwarfs,” The Guardian, May 6.
Coomer, Martin. “Grime Passionel,” Time Out, May 14.
Feaver, William. The Observer, 18 May.
Gooding, Mel. “The Art of Noise,” The Independent Magazine, May 24.
Hunt, Ian. “Sarah Lucas,” Art Monthly, No. 207, June.
Janusczak, Waldemar. “Maybe it’s because she’s a Londoner,” The Sunday Times.
Dee, Michael. “Soisk Lucas I grabbarnas varld,” Goetebors-Posten, June 12.
Muir, Gregor. “Warning: Sarah Lucas’s Art May Seriously Damage Your Health,” Dazed and Confused, July.
Alberge, Dalya. “Convenience art will pull in the crowds,” The Times, July 8.
“ICA is plumbing new depths,” Evening Standard, July 8.
“Down the pan,” Evening Standard, July 9.
Feaver, William. “Frankly this page is going down the pan,” The Observer, 20 July.
Searle, Adrian. “Is this the cutting edge?,” The Guardian, July 22.
Smolik, Noemi. “Glasbruch, schon wie Edeistein,” Tagespiegel (Berlin), July 29.
Dr. Blombert, Katja. ‘Wo um alles in der Welt steht Auto?’, Frankfurter.
Allgemeine, Zeitung, 25 July.
Pietsch, Hans. “Brit Art,” Das Kunstmagazin, July.
Lucas, Sarah. “Be Here Now: The Experts Speak,” NME, Aug 30.
Brown, Neal. “Sarah Lucas: St John’s Lofts and Sadie Coles HQ,” Frieze, September- October.
Collings, Matthew. “The New Establishment,” Independent on Sunday, August 31.
Lucas, Sarah and Sarah Kent. “Sensation Guide,” Time Out, September 10-17.
Januszczak, Waldemar. “Facing the Scary Art of Our Time,” The Sunday Times, September 21.
Feaver, William. “Myra, Myra on the wall…,” The Observer, September 16.
Dorment, Richard. “Sensation? What Sensation?,” The Daily Telegraph, September 17.
Searle, Adrian. “Feeling frenzy,” The Guardian, September 16.
Cork, Richard. “The Establishment Clubbed,” The Times, September 16.
Sumpter, Helen. “Naughty but nice,” The Big Issue, September 8-14.
Pitman, Joanna. “Art Breaker,” The Times Magazine, September 13.
Lucas, Sarah and Tracey Emin, “How We Met,” The Independent on Saturday Magazine, October 12.
Williams, Gilda. “Sarah Lucas,” Art and Text, Issue 59.
Casadio, Mariuccia. “Pelle d’Artista,” Vogue Italia, April.
Pesch, Martin. “Sarah Lucas – Zigarette im Mundwinkel,” Spex, April.
Hierholzer, Michael. “Gurke, Honigmelonen und Orangen,” Franfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, April 11.
Danicke, Sandra. “Milchbubis Traumwelt,” Frankfurter Rundschau, April 16.
Pesch, Martin. “Hereinspaziert und her damit!,” Die Tageszeitung, April 27-28.
Pesch, Martin. “Ein Tisch ist ein Tisch,” Artis, August/ September.
Kuni, Verena. Prinzenrolle, PAKT (Germany), September.
Herbstreuth, Peter. “Das Ende der Kunst in einer neuen Windung,” Der Tagesspiegel, October 31.
Werneburg, Brigitte. “Schrille Tone,” Die Tageszeitung, November 2-3.
Burn, Gordon. “Sister Sarah,” Guardian Weekend, November 23.
Januszczak, Waldemar. “The Girls Adding Spice to Still Life,” The Sunday Times, December 8.
Karcher, Eva. “Kinderspiele im Mull,” Wohenpost (Berlin), December 23.
Karcher, Eva. “Her mit den Kleinen Englanderinnen – Kunstlerwahnsinn,” Spiegel-Extra (Berlin), December 12.
“Matthew Barney, Sarah Lucas, Roman Signer,” Sarah Lucas p. 76-115, contributions by: Jerry Saltz, ‘She Gives as Good as She Gets’, Jan van Adrichem, ‘Where Does It all End’, Collier Schoor, ‘The Fine Line Between This and That’, Carl Freedman, ‘Bollocks’, Parkett, no. 45.
Lyttelton, Celia. “Lucas at Gladstone,” Art and Auction, March.
Levin, The Village Voice, March 28.
Wakefield, Neville. “Sarah Lucas,” Artforum, May.
Schorr, Collier. “Sarah Lucas,” Frieze, Issue 23.
Freedman, Carl. “A Nod‘s as Good as a Wink,” Frieze, Issue 17.
Choon, Angela. “Rebels of the Realm,” Art and Antiques, May.
Moir, Jan. “Dirty Work,” The Guardian, June 29.
Kent, Sarah. “Sarah Lucas,” Time Out.
Daly, Pauline and Brendan Quick. “Crazy Tracey, Sensible Lucas,” Purple Prose (New York), Summer.
Muir, Gregor. “Lucas & Emin,” Frieze, Issue 10.
Adrian Searle, Time Out.
Matthew Collings, Time Out.
The History of Britart, BBC Television, director Vanessa Engel.
The Shop – Tracey Emin and Sarah Lucas, interview for Century City exhibition at Tate Modern, London.
Death Race 2000, catalogue video produced by Rachel Lowther, Aline Duriaud and James Dawson-Hollis, for Thread Waxing Space, New York.
Interview with Bob Elms, GLR, 13 March.
Front Row with Mark Lawson, BBC Radio 4, 16 February.
Art Zone: Tate Modern, BBC2 Television, presented by Matthew Collings
Anatomy of Disgust, Optimen TV for Channel 4.
Intelligence – Tate Britain, BBC Television.
This Is Modern Art, Channel 4 six part television series, presented by Matthew Collings, June/July.
Gary Hume/Gillian Wearing, The South Bank Show, London Weekend TV
DAZED, for Renegade TV, Channel Four, 17 Sept.
‘Sarah Lucas interviewed by Jean Wainright’, Audio Arts, Vol. 16, Nos. 3 & 4,
Sensation, Omnibus for BBC TV, Sept.
The Car's the Star, Top Gear, BBC2, Oct.
Two Melons And A Stinking Fish, Illuminations for BBC TV/Arts Council, directed by Vanessa Engel.
Sausage Film, Sarah Lucas.
The Mug, with Olivier Garbay, London: Other Criteria.