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Poison, from Paul Insect


One of our favourite contemporary artists, Paul Insect, has a new site-specific show, Poison, opening at a former bath house somewhere in the Kings Cross area of London on 12 September. The show will feature "twelve skeletal bunny girl sculptures" (that's Miss August pictured above), and a series of new paintings and prints. The exact location of the show will be announced on the Lazarides site on 11 September. Insect's last show, Bullion, was bought up in its entirety when Damien Hirst pulled a Saatchi and nabbed the lot for his 'Murder Me' collection; so this should be one worth keeping an eye on. via Art of the State
posted: 29 August 2008
categories: Art | Events | Street Art
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