London, South Kensington
25 March 2010
MARC QUINN (B. 1964)
No Visible Means of Escape VI
polyurethane rubber and rope
137¾ x 31½in. (350 x 80cm.)
Executed in 1996
Jay Jopling Fine Art, London.
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M. Gisbourne and D. Thorp, Marc Quinn, Incarnate, London 1998, no.29 (illustrated).
London, Helly Nahmad Gallery, Hirst, Fairhurst, Hume, Coventry, Quinn,, March-April 1999.
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