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Gold Kate Moss Statue by Marc Quinn

A Gold Statute by Marc Quinn of Kate Moss

Kate Moss is easily one of the most recognizable faces in the world of fashion notoriously known for her ultra thin body frame and heroin chic modeling looks. Not only is she a major fashion model and muse to many a designer, but artists such as sculptor, Marc Quinn, has taken idolizing Kate Moss a step further.

One of his recent works entitled Microcosms (Siren) depicts the supermodel in 18 carat gold obscurely position in a yoga pose. This golden effigy screams all kinds of old-world deity worship and wreaks of cheap class at a not-so-cheap price tag.

Kate Moss and Her Gold Statue posted by Nazmiyal

Kate Moss and Her Gold Statue

Sotheby’s recently sold the piece for a reported $900,000! Has Sotheby’s completely lost its mind to even hold such a tasteless work of art in its little vaults? Not to mention, the buyer whom I would seriously like to shake hands with because let’s be serious, a sculpture of “Kate Moss” contorted in a yoga pose bordering on the risque side showing off her goodies being bought for almost a million dollars is a little nuts.

Actually, it’s absolutely cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs!

Gold Statue Of Kate Moss posted by Nazmiyal

Gold Statue Of Kate Moss titled “Microcosms” (Sirens) by Artist Marc Quinn

Maybe it’s just me,  but this little golden idol has completely left me at a loss for words (other than the ones in this post). I’m a little concerned with where the world of art is leading from Damian Hirst’s For the Love of God, a human skull encrusted with over 8,000 diamonds with a hefty price tag of roughly $80 million dollars, to a work of art in the likes of Quinn’s supermodel encased in gold.

I mean, I’ve always thought that there is no other word to describe Kate Moss than statuesque (her and Julie Newmar, major chops to those who get that little reference), but this is just tacky, gaudy, and shameful. Just saying…

Gold Statue Of Kate Moss by Artist Marc Quinn Posted by Nazmiyal

Artist Marc Quinn and “Microcosms” (Sirens) – Gold Statue Of Kate Moss

Here are some beautiful gold rugs from the Nazmiyal Collection:

Large Vintage Portuguese Needlepoint Rug Nazmiyal

Large Vintage Portuguese Needlepoint Rug

Saffron Yellow Oversize Antique Chinese Rug Nazmiyal

Saffron Yellow Oversize Antique Chinese Rug

Large Gold Background Antique Tabriz Persian Rug Nazmiyal

Large Gold Background Antique Tabriz Persian Rug

Decorative Antique Chinese Design Rug Nazmiyal

Decorative Antique Chinese Design Rug

Antique Turkish Oushak Rug Nazmiyal

Antique Turkish Oushak Rug

Antique Persian Sickle Leaf Tabriz Rug Nazmiyal

Antique Persian Sickle Leaf Tabriz Rug

Antique Turkish Oushak Vase Design Carpet Nazmiyal

Antique Turkish Oushak Vase Design Carpet

Antique Kurdish Bidjar Persian Sampler Rug Nazmiyal

Antique Kurdish Bidjar Persian Sampler Rug

Decorative Antique Turkish Oushak Rug Nazmiyal

Decorative Antique Turkish Oushak Rug

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Silk Room Size Persian Qum Rug

Antique Northwest Persian Rug Nazmiyal

Antique Northwest Persian Rug

Antique Persian Tabriz Rug Nazmiyal

Antique Persian Tabriz Rug

This art blog post about The Gold Sculpture Of Kate Moss by Artist Marc Quinn was published by Nazmiyal Antique Rugs in New York City, NY.

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