Marc Quinn

Marc Quinn’s BLM protestor statue could be reinstalled on Bristol plinth that held slave trader monument

Sculpture of Edward Colston was pulled down by activists last summer and will now be placed in a museum


The problem with Marc Quinn's Black Lives Matter sculpture

Racism runs far deeper than representation, says the artist Thomas J. Price

Marc Quinn's Black Lives Matter sculpture removed by Bristol council

Statue that replaced toppled monument to slave trader Edward Colston has polarised opinion

Marc Quinn sculpture of Black Lives Matter activist replaces statue to slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol

Installed overnight, the work depicts local resident Jen Reid who was photographed on the site when the monument was toppled last month

News from London: Quinn’s polymorphous perversity and Joffe’s secret shop

A night at the Turk’s head, a farewell to Tate Modern’s bon viveur, and the only party to support on election night

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The ideal and the reality explored by Marc Quinn retrospective at Tate Liverpool

The exhibition features works made from Carrara marble and placenta

Interview with Marc Quinn on moving away from his body

The artist talks about truncation in art and life as his show opens at White Cube2

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What's on in London: the bawdy and the beautiful

White Cube and the Tate Gallery are showing Quinn's self-portraits as Annely Juda marks the end of WWII