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Marc Quinn stands beside a display case containing a model of his own head made from frozen blood at The National Portrait in London Marc Quinn, Human Oddities, Damien Hirst, National Portrait Gallery, Science Art, Installation Art, Contemporary Artists, Blood, Image

National Portrait Gallery acquires Marc Quinn's bloody head

'Self', Marc Quinn's visceral sculpture made of nine pints of his frozen blood, fast became one of the most recognisable works from Charles Saatchi’s collection of works by the "Young British Artists" in the 1990s.

“ Back in fine artist Marc Quinn, (one of what’s now known as the Young British Artists) started the greatest self-portrait project of all time. Self (blood head) is a self portrait that has. Marc Quinn, Human Body Parts, List Of Artists, Famous Artists, David Hockney, Sang, National Portrait Gallery, Artist Profile, Art Uk

Self-Portraits Made Of Frozen Blood

In the latest installment of art to haunt your dreams, we bring you Marc Quinn's self portraits made of frozen blood. For his ongoing self-portait projec...

Visible Means of Escape IV 1996 Marc Quinn Tate collection Statues, Marc Quinn, Bokashi, Tate Gallery, The Uncanny, A Level Art, 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'.

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A Look into Your Soul

This post includes mixed-media art (watercolor, ink, and colored pencils on paper) by Benedicte. The theme of illustrating “eyes” has been something popularly featured at Illusion—e.g. paintings by Pavel Guzenko, Marc Quinn, Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada, and others. And when the work is well-done, it usually has a strong impact to spectators, and maybe because it is...