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Publisher: White Cube (2008)
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Marc Quinn Evolution.
Quinn was prompted to make these works after witnessing. Marc Quinn Evolution. 2008-01-25 12:00:00 2008-02-23 18:00:00 White Cube Marc Quinn - Evolution White Cube Mason's Yard.
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The Eye of History (Atlantic Perspective). Photo: Todd-White Art Photography. So there’s a natural evolution from the disabled series, through Kate, to the plastic surgery. Courtesy: Marc Quinn Studio. Where the Worlds meet the Mind (TC180). It’s all about body image and how we relate to it. OS: It’s also rather like the problem of classic art, where people have a beautiful body, beautiful proportions, but they don’t have faces, because expression arrived much later in the Renaissance, when they started to be interested in personality.
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Marc Quinn belongs to the Young British Artists movement, alongside big names such as Damien Hirst . Quinn was the first artist to be represented by Jay Jopling, the legendary art dealer and founder of the White Cube Gallery
Marc Quinn belongs to the Young British Artists movement, alongside big names such as Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Sarah Lucas, and Jake and Dinos Chapman, who conquered the art world in the 1990s with their thrilling and at times provocative work. His sculpture Self, a replica of the artist’s head made of his own frozen blood, featured in the legendary Sensation exhibition that caused international controversy in 1997. Quinn was the first artist to be represented by Jay Jopling, the legendary art dealer and founder of the White Cube Gallery. Quinn’s work can be found in the world’s most important art collections, including the Museum of Modern Art and Tate Britain.
Quinn explores 'what it is to be human in the world today' through subjects including the body, genetics, identity, environment and the media. His work has used materials that vary widely, from blood, bread and flowers, to marble and stainless steel. Quinn has been the subject of solo exhibitions at Sir John Soane's Museum, Tate, National Portrait Gallery, Fondation Beyeler, Fondazione Prada and South London Gallery.