Ron Mueck's 'Mask II' - a widely-exhibited self-portrait of the artist sleeping Yo Roger, do you think I can come crash at your place so we can go to the British Museum and see some contemporary art? An 18-carat gold Kate Moss (our "modern-day Aphrodite") in this contorted pose, a sleeping giant's head, Hirst's famous display of skulls? If I can't make it - please tell me..you'll be going?

Siren by by Marc Quinn

Antony Gormley's 'Case for an Angel I'

Noble and Webster's 'Dark Stuff'

Damien Hirst Cornucopia What: Statuephilia encourages us to look afresh at both modern and ancient art, to explore the similarities as well as differences between eras and cultures, and to remind ourselves of the perennial power of sculpture. When: October 4, 2008 and runs until January 25, 2009. Where: British Museum More about the artists
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  • @ Kara There are a couple variables there though.
    1. The artist may be playing a trick on your eyes making you stare at it longer to compare shadow to subject!
    2. The angle of the shot doesn't show the the detail of the foreground subject.
    :0P I love it.
  • um... Take a look at "dark stuff"... I doesn't work. If you look at the branchy things and the shadows... they don't fit. really. Look!
  • 'Dark Stuff' what a trip. that's super cool....
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