​Tracey Emin is one of the world's most influential living artists. Following a decade of drawings, paintings, sculptures, neons, video stills, and installations, Emin’s intensely personal work continues to blur the boundaries between art and life. The same mixture of anger, hope, curiosity, and vulnerability that informs her delicate drawings and handwritten neons can be felt in the darker tones of recent works on paper and the weight of later bronze pieces.

Placing her work in a broad art-historical, this conversation with Jonathan Jones reveals why Tracey Emin remains one of the most highly publicised, provocative and acclaimed contemporary British artists today.