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Among the most striking sculptures in Late Harvest is Kate Clark's "Licking the Plate," a hybrid creature with an animal body and a feminine human face. The piece forces viewers to decide whether they identify more with the creature's animal or human qualities,
Impalas with human faces and pigs in Chanel bowties: these taxidermy artists push the medium to its freakish, beautiful limits. This isn't your gun-toting great-uncle's taxidermy: there are no hunting trophies mounted on smoking den walls or Teddy Roosevelt-inspired museum dioramas. In Taxidermy Art: A Rogue's Guide to the Work, the Culture, and How to Do It Yourself , Robert Marbury introduces a...
Something dark and wonderful exists on the corner of Third Avenue in Brooklyn. It is always there, and yet, it seems that very few people have ever laid eyes on it. This mysterious entity seeks to illuminate the dwellers of the waking life with relics of the dead. It thrives on oddities and obscurities. It cherishes... Read More The post “Stop For Death” At The Morbid Anatomy Museum And Library...
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