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MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Orange
$520.00
MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Orange
Orange - MARC QUINN Limited Edition. Quinn's original 2009 Iris paintings were subtitled 'We share our chemistry with the stars', and the Iris series reflects his abiding theme in his work that, as humans, we are materially connected to everything else, extending to the universe itself. The Iris prints also reflect the fact that in the age of the internet, the visual sense dominates our perception of the world. The eye is traditionally seen as a mirror of the soul but it is also a kind of microscopic map of an individual's identity, since each person's is unique. In these works, Quinn depicts an iris at close range, in a photorealist, non-expressive way. The eye is enlarged so that it appears virtually abstract and the pupil appears like an aperture or hole in the centre of a fine, detailed network of colourful lines. Quinn was interested in the idea of making 'stealth' portraits of people, at once universal and unique, and not just an image of the sitter, but an actual visual index of their identity. 100% Paper - 58040941GM_1
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MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Coral
$4,084.00
MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Coral
Coral - MARC QUINN Limited Edition. Quinn's orchid prints explore two persisting leitmotifs of his work - beauty and death. They investigate beauty as it manifests itself in the natural world through flowers, and how it is mediated through human intervention. For his flower pieces, Quinn assembles an installation of blooms, selecting from different continents a wide range of species that would in fact never flower at the same time. The installations are photographed and subsequently digitally reworked by the artist before printing, intentionally accentuating the voluptuous, sensual quality of the plants and flowers. Quinn captures these species at their peak of perfection, rescuing them from natural decay to create a moment of timeless beauty. He intentionally accentuates the voluptuous nature of the plants and flowers. 'Orchids are like perfectly evolved little sculptures in themselves; they're full of colour, interesting shapes and beauty. Even though they are a plant's reproductive organs, they pun on human ones too. They make you realise it is colour, life and sexuality that keeps the world turning'. - Marc Quinn. 100% Paper - 58040943HJ_1
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MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Azure
$520.00
MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Azure
Azure - MARC QUINN Limited Edition. Quinn's original 2009 Iris paintings were subtitled 'We share our chemistry with the stars', and the Iris series reflects his abiding theme in his work that, as humans, we are materially connected to everything else, extending to the universe itself. The Iris prints also reflect the fact that in the age of the internet, the visual sense dominates our perception of the world. The eye is traditionally seen as a mirror of the soul but it is also a kind of microscopic map of an individual's identity, since each person's is unique. In these works, Quinn depicts an iris at close range, in a photorealist, non-expressive way. The eye is enlarged so that it appears virtually abstract and the pupil appears like an aperture or hole in the centre of a fine, detailed network of colourful lines. Quinn was interested in the idea of making 'stealth' portraits of people, at once universal and unique, and not just an image of the sitter, but an actual visual index of their identity. 100% Paper - 58040937BV_1
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MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Turquoise
$520.00
MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Turquoise
Turquoise - MARC QUINN Limited Edition. Quinn's original 2009 Iris paintings were subtitled 'We share our chemistry with the stars', and the Iris series reflects his abiding theme in his work that, as humans, we are materially connected to everything else, extending to the universe itself. The Iris prints also reflect the fact that in the age of the internet, the visual sense dominates our perception of the world. The eye is traditionally seen as a mirror of the soul but it is also a kind of microscopic map of an individual's identity, since each person's is unique. In these works, Quinn depicts an iris at close range, in a photorealist, non-expressive way. The eye is enlarged so that it appears virtually abstract and the pupil appears like an aperture or hole in the centre of a fine, detailed network of colourful lines. Quinn was interested in the idea of making 'stealth' portraits of people, at once universal and unique, and not just an image of the sitter, but an actual visual index of their identity. 100% Paper - 58040939SR_1
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MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Red
$2,801.00
MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Red
Red - MARC QUINN Limited Edition. In the series, The Eye of History, Quinn has added a world map over the image of the iris. These works comment on the paranoid world we live in, and the notion of 24 hour news where the whole world is connected through ever-present media, and accent this with notions of our eroding and changing geographical world. They present images of the world map from various perspectives - such as the Arctic - displaying how the boundaries of experience and geographical territory as we know them are rapidly changing. 100% Paper - 58040942SB_1
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MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Turquoise
$2,335.00
MARC QUINN Limited Edition - Turquoise
Turquoise - MARC QUINN Limited Edition. Quinn's orchid prints explore two persisting leitmotifs of his work - beauty and death. They investigate beauty as it manifests itself in the natural world through flowers, and how it is mediated through human intervention. For his flower pieces, Quinn assembles an installation of blooms, selecting from different continents a wide range of species that would in fact never flower at the same time. The installations are photographed and subsequently digitally reworked by the artist before printing, intentionally accentuating the voluptuous, sensual quality of the plants and flowers. Quinn captures these species at their peak of perfection, rescuing them from natural decay to create a moment of timeless beauty. He intentionally accentuates the voluptuous nature of the plants and flowers. 'Orchids are like perfectly evolved little sculptures in themselves; they're full of colour, interesting shapes and beauty. Even though they are a plant's reproductive organs, they pun on human ones too. They make you realise it is colour, life and sexuality that keeps the world turning'. - Marc Quinn. 100% Paper - 58040952QC_1
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