Editorial: Booth-Clibborn Editions, United Kingdom
Año de publicación: 2000
Condición del libro: Near Fine
Condición de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine
Edición: First Edition
Marc Quinn - famous for his sculpture Self, a cast of the artist's head filled with nine pints of his own frozen blood - is a leading representative of the young British artists who have inspired both reverence and revulsion worldwide. This work is a comprehensive overview of the sculptural pieces which have established him as a challenging artist of his generation. It contains illustrations of his work, including Self, Emotional Detox, The Blind Leading the Blind and Frozen Frog Sculpture, alongside some of his less well known pieces. Accompanying the images is a story by Will Self and essays by the art historian and critic Mark Gisbourne and David Thorpe, curator of the South London Gallery. Also included is a transcript of a conversation between Quinn and the musician Brian Eno.
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