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Art review: Sarah Lucas, Situation - There are boobs and bum aplenty, but there is also a point

“I never want to see genitalia again in my life,” I overhear one man say to his friend in the upstairs gallery of Sarah Lucas’ first major solo exhibition in London.

Sarah Lucas at the Whitechapel

Not long ago I received a postcard from a reader, complaining about my use of the word "penises" as a plural.

Written on the body: Sarah Lucas at the Whitechapel Gallery - in pictures

From sausagey sculptures to huge hunks of Spam and fried eggs for breasts, the new show by British artist Sarah Lucas uses food and found objects to blur gender lines.

Art Under Attack, Tate Britain, review

Richard Dorment learnt nothing new from Tate Britain's show about art iconoclasm.

Experience Art In Intervals: Ayse Erkmen At Barbican

The Barbican’s Curve gallery has played host to some entertaining exhibitions including the spectacularly popular Rain Room and Cory Arcangel’s montage of ten pin bowling video games repeatedly bowling gutter balls.

Ana Mendieta, Hayward Gallery - exhibition review

Ana Mendieta died aged 36 in September 1985, when she fell from the 34th floor of a New York tower block.

Thinking With the Body, Wellcome Collection

Mind and movement in the work of Wayne McGregor - a fascinating look at an artist seduced by science.

Victoriana: The Art Of Revival is a lively and entertaining exhibition

Victoriana is ubiquitous these days: just look to the typography of jaunty letterpress greetings cards, or the many taxidermy-filled, vintage-themed bars.

Sarah Lucas: Situation - Whitechapel Gallery

The bawdy euphemisms, repressed truths, erotic delights and sculptural possibilities of the sexual body lie at the heart of Sarah Lucas’s work (b. 1962). First coming to prominence in the 1990s with a show at London’s City Racing memorably titled, Pen

Tomorrow: Elmgreen & Dragset - Victoria & Albert Museum

The V&A has commissioned leading contemporary artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset to create a major site-specific installation in the former Textile Galleries. 'Tomorrow' will transform these galleries into an apartment belonging to a fictional,