Recently, UK artist Sarah Lucas opens her solo exhibition at Red Brick Art Museum in Beijing. The show is deemed as "a big show surveying my career of thirty years" by the artist herself, and will runs until February 16th, 2020.
According to Yan Shijie, director of the Red Brick Art Museum, the exhibition features more than 100 Lucas's works, including installations, photographs, and sculptures. Apart from a number of the landmark pieces such as Au Naturel, the exhibition also highlights a roster of the artist's new creations made of locally found objects during her residency in the Chinese capital.
In 2015, Sarah Lucas was chosen as the only artist to represent the UK at the 56th Venice International Art Biennale with her major solo exhibition I Scream Daddio, in the British Pavilion.
The Red Brick Art Museum has the exhibition area of nearly 10,000 square meters, and the basic architectural material is red bricks. In the future, the Red Brick Art Museum will also promote the development of Chinese contemporary art through high-quality exhibitions, research, education, publications, and public events.