• Eye of History Etching II - Marc Quinn
    ARTIST
    Marc Quinn
    TITLE
    Eye of History Etching II
    MEDIUM
    Etching on 350gsm Hahnemuhle Paper
    DIMENSIONS
    91 x 90 cm
    EDITION
    Edition of 50
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    DESCRIPTION

    Eye of History II casts its eye over China, Japan, Indonesia, Australia and the Pacific Ocean. Read about where else Marc Quinn casts his eye...

  • Eye of History Etching III - Marc Quinn
    ARTIST
    Marc Quinn
    TITLE
    Eye of History Etching III
    MEDIUM
    Etching on 350gsm Hahnemuhle Paper
    DIMENSIONS
    91 x 90 cm
    EDITION
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    DESCRIPTION

    Eye of History II casts its eye over the North Pole and the northern most regions of our planet. Read about where else Marc Quinn casts his eye...

  • Eye of History Etching IV - Marc Quinn
    ARTIST
    Marc Quinn
    TITLE
    Eye of History Etching IV
    MEDIUM
    Etching on 350gsm Hahnemuhle Paper
    DIMENSIONS
    91 x 90 cm
    EDITION
    Edition of 50
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    DESCRIPTION

    Eye of History II casts its eye over the Indian Ocean, with the East African, Subcontinental and Australian coasts as its border lands. Read about where else Marc Quinn casts his eye...

  • Labyrinth TS172 Monochrome  - Marc Quinn
    ARTIST
    Marc Quinn
    TITLE
    Labyrinth TS172 Monochrome
    MEDIUM
    Archival Pigment Print
    DIMENSIONS
    140 x 92.3 cm
    EDITION
    Edition of 20
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    DESCRIPTION

    Marc Quinn explores ideas from science and biology with his art. Read more about the former YBA in Quinn's biography here.

  • Eye of History I - Marc Quinn
    ARTIST
    Marc Quinn
    TITLE
    Eye of History I
    MEDIUM
    Archival Pigment Print
    DIMENSIONS
    82 x 61.5cm
    EDITION
    Edition of 20
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    DESCRIPTION

    This piece explores the duality of individuality in a world of billion of people, read more about this theme here.

Marc Quinn is one of the leading artists of his generation, coming to prominence with Charles Saatchi’s exhibition on the YBAs, ‘Sensation’, in 1997. His sculptures, paintings and drawings mainly explore the relationship between art and science, the human body and the perception of beauty. Quinn often deals with the distanced relationship we have with our bodies, highlighting how the conflict between the 'natural' and 'cultural' has a grip on the contemporary psyche.

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