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Marc Quinn's top 5 sea-inspired artworks

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Marc Quinn Broken Sublime (The Hunger)

Broken Sublime (The Hunger)

All images courtesy of Marc Quinn Studio

From sea-inspired jewels to ocean-inspired interior design pieces, artists, creators and designers have long found endless fascination in the sea. Thanks to his home in the Caribbean Marc Quinn, the British artist who rose to prominence as a contemporary of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, is no different. Here is our edit of Marc Quinn's best sea-inspired artworks...

Broken Sublime (The Hunger)

Created as part of Quinn's Archaeology of Art series, the Broken Sublime sculptures are based on shells which have been broken into by humans in order to eat the flesh inside. One of a pair, The Hunger examines how our relationship to nature is informed by moments of need and necessity.

Broken Sublime (The Hunger)


Sculpture in stainless steel

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