|Tracey Emin’s Exhibition – "Love Is What You Want," 2011, London's Hayward Gallery|
|Tracey Emin with her friend, Docket.|
For Tracey Emin, art is totally personal. Virtually all of her installations, her sculptures, her obscenely nude drawings, her neon light quotations, are autobiographical. She displays her bed; she proclaims her sexual relationships (in a tent, no less), she sketches herself spread-eagle
|My Bed, 1999, Tracey Emin--airing her dirty linens and laundry.|
|Friendship, 1987, Tracey Emin, from her|
university days when she created with a
brush rather than a needle.
|Every Part of Me's Bleeding, 1999, Tracey Emin, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York.|
|I Do Not Expect to Be a Mother,|
1999, Tracey Emin--blanket graffiti
|"She Lay Down Deep Beneath the Sea," 2012, Tracey Emin, Turner Margate show.|
The "floor show" seems to suggest a sculptural version of her wall art.
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