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TX: Two Melons and a Stinking Fish


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Provocative arts documentary strand.
Sarah Lucas is one of a generation of young British artists currently feted by the art world. This intimate portrait examines both the artist and her work, which is concerned with questions of identity and sexuality and is often shamelessly vulgar. Her best-known creation is composed of two fried eggs and a doner kebab on a table, while another entitled Bitch uses two melons and a dried fish. Friends and colleagues who appear include artists Angus Fairhurst, Gary Hume and Damien Hirst. Hanging Around, directed by Damien Hirst , is at 11.50pm.
Director Vanessa Eagle: Series editor John Wyver


Unknown: Sarah Lucas
Artists: Angus Fairhurst
Artists: Gary Hume
Artists: Damien Hirst.
Directed By: Damien Hirst
Editor: John Wyver

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TX: Two Melons and a Stinking Fish

BBC Two England, 30 November 1996 21.30

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