1988年達明安•赫斯特策劃了傳奇展覽「凝」，盧卡斯是參展者之一；1990年聯合策劃「東郊庭院展」，並展出其作品；1993年和翠西．艾敏創立了臨時零售店「商鋪」，專門售賣各樣藝術品。她的作品亦曾在多處展出，包括「感覺：薩奇英國青年藝術家藏品」展(倫敦、柏林、紐約，1997-9)、威尼斯雙年展（2003），以及「In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida」(泰特英國美術館，倫敦，2004)。主要個展包括：莎迪．科爾斯 HQ畫廊(倫敦，2000)；德克拉．沙拉文化中心(巴塞羅那，2000)；當代美術博物館 (柏林，2002)。2005年，在泰特利物浦美術館舉行主要作品回顧展。
Sarah Lucas was born in London in 1962. She attended the Working Men’s College, London, 1982-3, the London College of Printmaking, 1983-4, and Goldsmiths College, London, 1984-7. She lives and works in London.
Lucas’ work is centred around gender representation. Working across several media such as photography, collage and sculpture, she often uses everyday materials in her works. She first came to public attention through her use of newspaper cuttings from tabloid newspapers in iconic pieces such as Penis Nailed to a Board (1991) which she exhibited in her first solo show at City Racing, a gallery in South London in 1992. In these pieces she brought the public face to face with uncomfortable aspects of British culture. Another major interest is the extension of self-representation through sculpture. Lucas has often worked with humble materials including neon lights, domestic objects and cigarettes.
Her work is also very much based around self-representation. Her Self-Portrait Portfolio encapsulates many of the iconic works made during the period 1990-8, frequently using items of food or everyday objects as metaphoric still-lives. In each of these, she teases the viewer with comical situations. Playing on sexual themes, she reveals uncomfortable aspects of British humour in addition to asking the viewer to re-assess their judgment of gender roles. Her work always has a certain raw energy, it is confrontational as she often impersonates masculine poses with travesty and its wry sense of humour leaves the viewer both provoked and amused.
Lucas exhibited in Freeze, the legendary exhibition curated by Damien Hirst in 1988 and the East Country Yard Show, which she co-curated in 1990. In 1993 she set up The Shop with Tracey Emin, a temporary retail outlet selling art multiples. Her work was included in Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection, London, Berlin and New York, 1997-9; Venice Biennale, 2003; In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, Tate Britain, London, 2004. Selected solo exhibitions include: Sadie Coles HQ, London, 2000; Centre Cultural Tecla Sala, Barcelona, 2000; Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, 2002. A major retrospective of her work was presented at Tate Liverpool in 2005.