Marc Quinn

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Visible Means of Escape IV 1996 Marc Quinn Tate collection Statues, Marc Quinn, Bokashi, The Uncanny, A Level Art, Hirst, Installation Art, Art Installations, Oeuvre D'art

‘No Visible Means of Escape IV’, Marc Quinn, 1996 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘No Visible Means of Escape IV’, Marc Quinn, 1996 Like Antony Gormley, Mark Quinn uses his own body in the making of his art. No Visible Means of Escape is a hollow polyurethane rubber cast of Quinn's naked body, split up to the neck. The cast is suspended from a rope tied around the feet. Quinn describes it as 'an extreme moment of transformation, a violent shedding of the skin'.

This is a ‘self-portrait’ sculpture by the artist Marc Quinn. Ironically called ‘Self’, this sculpture of his head is filled with his own actual blood. As this sculpture uses the artist’s frozen blood, it technically relates to the theme of ‘Self’. Bridget Riley, Marc Quinn, Saatchi Gallery, A Level Art, National Portrait Gallery, Conceptual Art, Statues, Oeuvre D'art, Art World

Marc Quinn - Self

Self, like many other pieces by the YBAs, was bought by Charles Saatchi (in 1991 for a reputed £13,000). The press reported in 2002 that the sculpture had been destroyed by builders employed to expand the kitchen for Saatchi's partner, the celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, when they unplugged the freezer in which it was being stored (it has to be kept at -12C/10F). This would seem to have been unfounded, however, as the piece was exhibited intact by Saatchi when he opened his new gallery in…

Marc Quinn_Buck and The sculpture of Buck and Allanah is a seemingly recreated version of Adam and Eve yet reconfigured with altered human genitalia. Bronze Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Damian Ortega, Bodies, Marc Quinn, Instalation Art, Adam And Eve, Contemporary Artwork, Middle Ages

May 2010, Marc Quinn @ White Cube

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A solid gold statue - called 'Siren' - of supermodel Kate Moss in a yogic pose by Marc Quinn is unveiled at the opening of the 'Statuephilia' exhibition at the British Museum in London. Kate Moss, Bridget Riley, Antony Gormley, Statues, Marc Quinn, Art Articles, Portraits, Shades Of Gold, Weird Pictures

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Kate Moss Sculptures by Marc Quinn The British artist Marc Quinn is interested in exploring the mutability of the body and the dualisms that define human life which is shown within his sculptures,. Ella Moss, Tazs Angels, Marc Quinn, Face Change, Damien Hirst, Human Condition, Kate Moss, Alter, Photo And Video

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5,051 Likes, 73 Comments - beinArt Gallery (@beinartgallery) on Instagram: “Sculpture by @marcquinnart #inspiration”

A documentary about the British artist Marc Quinn, “Making Waves” tracks the former YBA for a year. Will Cotton, Spencer Tunick, Marc Quinn, George Condo, Sean Lennon, Bridget Riley, Sculptures, Lion Sculpture, Making Waves

Marc Quinn: Making Waves review – an artfully made portrait of a provocative artist

Quinn is articulate but not pretentious about his art in this pleasingly straightforward documentary