Marc Quinn's Zombie Boy Sculpture to Display at London Science Museum
8 days ago - By Hypebeast
In 2011, British visual artist Marc Quinn created a lacquered bronze sculpture of tattooed Canadian artist and model, Rick Genest aka Zombie boy , who passed away last week. London's Science Museum recently announced that the five-foot-tall artwork will be displayed at its Medicine Galleries when they officially launch to the public in fall next year.
Entitled Self-Conscious Gene , the sculpture of Genest is a part of Quinn's ongoing study of people who have altered their bodies to raise awareness for identity issues. For Genest, the tattooed icon aimed to modify his physical appearance...
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