‘Pauline Bunny’, Sarah Lucas, 1997 Tate

https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/lucas-pauline-bunny-t07437 The artist had originally titled this work Bunny Gets Snookered #7 before retitling it in 2002. Lucas specialises in challenging gender stereotypes through a play on conventions of representation and framing, specifically through the language and media of popular culture.…

Sarah Lucas: Bunny Gets Snookered - Installation Views ...

https://www.sadiecoles.com/exhibitions/8/installation_shots/ Sarah Lucas. Bunny Gets Snookered 12 May - 20 June 1997. 35 Heddon Street W1 . ... Bunny Gets Snookered #4, 1997. Bunny Gets Snookered #8, 1997. Bunny Gets Snookered #10, 1997. Pauline Bunny, 1997. Polaroid Bunny #1, 1997. Polaroid Bunny #2, 1997. Polaroid Bunny #3, 1997. Polaroid Bunny #4, 1997. Black and White Bunny #1, 1997. Black and White ...…

‘Black and White Bunny # 3’, Sarah Lucas, 1997 Tate

https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/lucas-black-and-white-bunny-3-p78229 Lucas exhibited these three black and white photographs as part of her installation at Sadie Coles HQ, London in 1997, entitled Bunny Gets Snookered (see Tate T07437). A series of eight 'bunny girls' made from stuffed tights, each wearing stockings the eight colours of snooker balls, sat on a variety of office chairs arranged around and on top of a snooker table in the gallery space.…

Art Foundation: Sarah Lucas - Blogger

https://laurenmcgahey.blogspot.com/2011/03/sarah-lucas.html Sarah Lucas, Bunny gets snookered, 1997 These 'bunnies' are a representation of the female form, the term to 'get snookered' would mean a tactic in the game itself, but Lucas has interpreted that in a sexual form, replicating the coloured snooker balls to the colour of each bunnies tights, the most important being the black, which is substantially 'skinnier' then the others, also nick named 'pauline …Author: Lauren Mcgahey…

Sarah Lucas Frieze

https://frieze.com/article/sarah-lucas-1 Sarah Lucas' two shows 'Bunny Gets Snookered' at Sadie Coles HQ, and 'The Law', in St John's Lofts, Clerkenwell, ran more or less concurrently. 'The Law' was a miscellany of works exhibited in a large, brutalist industrial space around which some very muscular construction works were taking place.…

Sarah Lucas – ARTnews.com

https://www.artnews.com/art-in-america/aia-reviews/sarah-lucas-2-61655/ In the late 1980s, British sculpture became facetious as it became populist. It was not so much the broad strokes of YBA art, with its grandiose themes of violence, sexuality and mortality, that ...…

Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel – The Brooklyn Rail

https://brooklynrail.org/2018/12/artseen/Sarah-Luca-Au-Naturel Originally created for and displayed at the Freud Museum London, the sculpture asserts that gender is but a construct, a suggestion. Sarah Lucas, Bunny Gets Snookered #8, 1997. The power of suggestion can be funny and erotic, but Lucas’s work often also suggests danger.Author: Mengna Da…

Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel :: New Museum

https://www.newmuseum.org/exhibitions/view/sarah-lucas “Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel” features some of Lucas’s most important projects, including early sculptures from the 1990s that substitute domestic furniture for body parts and enlarged spreads from tabloid newspapers from the same period, which reflect objectified representations of the female body.…

What You Should Know About Sarah Lucas - Artsy

https://www.artsy.net/article/matthew-israel-what-you-should-know-about-sarah-lucas Mar 16, 2015 · What You Should Know About Sarah Lucas. Artsy Editors. Mar 16, 2015 3:19pm. Squab Squaw, 2011. Paul Stolper Gallery. First off, Lucas emerged in the late 1980s as part of a group dubbed (retrospectively) the . ... While the “Bunny” works (such as Bunny Gets Snookered ...…

Sarah Lucas – ARTnews.com

https://www.artnews.com/art-in-america/aia-reviews/sarah-lucas-2-2-62591/#! Dec 01, 2018 · “Bunny Gets Snookered” features eight figures Lucas calls “Bunnies” sitting on chairs around and on top of the type of table used in snooker, a British billiards game. Each of ……

‘Pauline Bunny’, Sarah Lucas, 1997 Tate

https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/lucas-pauline-bunny-t07437 Artwork page for ‘Pauline Bunny’, Sarah Lucas, 1997 on display at Tate Britain. This floppy figure relates to ‘bunny girl’ waitresses at Playboy clubs, whose uniform involves stockings and rabbit ears. Lucas’s version undermines any sense of glamour. It was originally exhibited with seven similar figures arranged around a snooker table.…

Pauline Bunny - Sarah Lucas — Google Arts & Culture

https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/pauline-bunny-sarah-lucas/OAELQ_UH93Nl9Q Sarah Lucas makes sculptures from an unexpected range of everyday materials, such as worn furniture, clothing, cigarettes, fruit and vegetables. This sculpture was originally exhibited as part of a larger work, consisting of eight similar ‘bunny girl’ figures limply arranged around a snooker table.…

‘Black and White Bunny # 3’, Sarah Lucas, 1997 Tate

https://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/lucas-black-and-white-bunny-3-p78229 Summary. Lucas exhibited these three black and white photographs as part of her installation at Sadie Coles HQ, London in 1997, entitled Bunny Gets Snookered (see Tate T07437).A series of eight 'bunny girls' made from stuffed tights, each wearing stockings the eight colours of snooker balls, sat on a variety of office chairs arranged around and on top of a snooker table in the gallery space.…

Sarah Lucas: Bunny Gets Snookered - Installation Views ...

https://www.sadiecoles.com/exhibitions/8/installation_shots/ Sarah Lucas. Bunny Gets Snookered 12 May - 20 June 1997. 35 Heddon Street W1 . ... Bunny Gets Snookered #4, 1997. Bunny Gets Snookered #8, 1997. Bunny Gets Snookered #10, 1997. Pauline Bunny, 1997. Polaroid Bunny #1, 1997. Polaroid Bunny #2, 1997. Polaroid Bunny #3, 1997. Polaroid Bunny #4, 1997. Black and White Bunny #1, 1997. Black and White ...…

Sarah Lucas Frieze

https://frieze.com/article/sarah-lucas-1 Sarah Lucas' two shows 'Bunny Gets Snookered' at Sadie Coles HQ, and 'The Law', in St John's Lofts, Clerkenwell, ran more or less concurrently. 'The Law' was a miscellany of works exhibited in a large, brutalist industrial space around which some very muscular construction works were taking place.…

NUD CYCLADIC 7 - Sarah Lucas — Google Arts & Culture

https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/nud-cycladic-7-sarah-lucas/0gEH-gj1kXVzpg While these sculptures bear some formal resemblance to the artist's 1997 work 'Bunny Gets Snookered', in which sagging hosiery summoned up a woman's splayed legs, they are not so securely gendered. Resembling at once hot flesh and cold stone, they are not quite ……

Sarah Lucas – ARTnews.com

https://www.artnews.com/art-in-america/aia-reviews/sarah-lucas-2-2-62591/#! Dec 01, 2018 · Clamped to chairs in the installation “Bunny Gets Snookered” ... Over a third of the works in Sarah Lucas’s first stateside retrospective are from her early years as part of the Young ...…

BRITISH PAVILION: WHO IS SARAH LUCAS? Kids of Dada

https://www.kidsofdada.com/blogs/magazine/19753281-british-pavilion-who-is-sarah-lucas Sarah Lucas has ripened with age, just like one of her many suggestive fruits. Sarah Lucas with artist Tracey Emin at “The Shop”, their gallery/happening in East London. On Emin's thirtieth birthday the Shop closed with an all-night party titled 'Fuckin Fantastic at 30 ……

Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel Hammer Museum

https://hammer.ucla.edu/exhibitions/2019/sarah-lucas-au-naturel Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel is organized by the New Museum, New York. The exhibition is curated by Massimiliano Gioni, Edlis Neeson Artistic Director, and Margot Norton, Curator. The Hammer's presentation is organized by Anne Ellegood, senior curator, with Nika Chilewich, curatorial assistant.…

Bunny Gets Snookered by Sarah Lucas Lucy Dean

https://lucydeanoca.wordpress.com/2015/06/04/research-point-research-an-aspect-of-british-art-over-the-last-thirty-years/bunny-gets-snookered-by-sarah-lucas/ Jun 04, 2015 · Bunny Gets Snookered by Sarah Lucas Published June 3, 2015 at 4761 × 2800 in Research point: ‘research an aspect of British art over the last thirty years’. Next → ‘Pauline Bunny’, spider diagram, created 3rd June 2015. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: ...…

Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel :: New Museum

https://www.newmuseum.org/exhibitions/view/sarah-lucas “Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel” features some of Lucas’s most important projects, including early sculptures from the 1990s that substitute domestic furniture for body parts and enlarged spreads from tabloid newspapers from the same period, which reflect objectified representations of the female body.…

Kaitlin Phillips on Sarah Lucas - Artforum International

https://www.artforum.com/print/reviews/201810/sarah-lucas-77728 The two most famous works by the most famous women of the Young British Artists (YBAs) use as their springboard low-rent mattresses artfully composed—I mean that—to signify postcoital tristesse: Au Naturel, 1994, by Sarah Lucas, and Tracey Emin’s My Bed, 1998.A lot of art in the 1990s was about being disappointed, but they made malaise look and feel as dynamic and complex as it must have ...Author: Kaitlin Phillips…