It is divided into three sections "Motherland" "Fatherland" and "Traceyland". Displayed in the same show was a smaller installation work called Self Portrait (2005) which consisted of a tin bath bamboo wire and neon light. Fame
Although these early events caused Emin to be well known in art circles Tracey Emin was largely unknown by the public until Tracey Emin appeared on a Channel 4 television programme in 1997.
In 1999 Emin had her first solo exhibition in the United States at Lehmann Maupin Gallery entitled "Every Part of Me's Bleeding". In May 2011 Emin's largest major solo exhibition in a public space was held at Hayward Gallery London titled Love Is What You Want. In April 2011 Tracey opened the Turner Contemporary art gallery in Margate with Jools Holland and between May and September 2012 Tracey Emin is holding her first exhibition there entitled "She Lay Down Deep Beneath The Sea".