Marc Quinn Exhibition

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Marc Quinn is a British sculptor known for being the author of Alison Lapper Pregnant, a statue showing a pregnant woman with a congenital disease (without her limbs) that was exposed in Trafalgar Square until the end of 2007.

Quinn is a controversial and peculiar artist; he has often made use of ice, blood and faeces in his artwork. His mission is to show the preoccupation for the mutability of the human body and the dualism that lies within mankind: spiritual and physical, cerebral and sexual.

Up until the 29th of November, you will be able to visit an exhibition with Quinn’s art as the protagonist in honor of the Biennale that has recently opened in Venice. You will have the possibility of seeing more than 50 pieces between sculptures, drawings and paintings all created by one of the major exponents of the Young British Artists.

If you want to visit Venice in honor of the 55th Biennale and see the Marc Quinn exhibition, do not forget to book your stay with Albergo Marin!

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