Tracey Emin on Getting Older With Her Art

Artsy Editors
Aug 19, 2013 12:28AM

"I wish I didn’t want to do splayed-leg pictures anymore, but I can’t help myself. When I was younger, it was more about the sexual action, whereas now it definitely isn’t. They’re not opening. They’re closing. This is about getting old and understanding the way of the world."

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