How to Transparentize a `Region` plot?

If a region which is drawn by Region function is 2D area, we can see the region. However, if a region is 3D, we sometimes cannot see the region when the region is inside of something because there seems to be no option to make it transparent for Region function. I use Mathematica 11.1.1.0 on Windows7.


For example,
If the region I want to draw is 2D area, Region show us what we want:

region = Disk[{0, 0}, 1];
complement = BooleanRegion[Not, {region}];
Region[complement]

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However, if the region is 3D region, Region does not give us a relevant draw:

region2 = Sphere[{0, 0, 0}, 1];
complement2 = BooleanRegion[Not, {region2}];
Region[complement2]

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Then, do you know any good workaround for this frustrating matter?
I know if I convert the region into some inequality equations, I can use RegionPlot function and the function has an opacity option but I want to know other solution.

Any advise is appreciated.

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