The surreal world of taxidermy
by KOD Staff
Taxidermy artists are the Frankensteins of the art world. Breathing life back into dead animals, artists such as Polly Morgan and Maurizio Cattelan find themselves quickly losing their grip on reality. Completely liberated by their medium, their creations often seem as if they have escaped from a dream or fairytale. The surreal side of Taxidermy sees owl heads on teddy bear bodies, bouquets of mice and severed unicorn heads.
Nina Saunders, 'Fox with Issues', 2012
Les Deux Garcons, 'Est-ce que je sais, moi?' and 'Le messager privilégié', 2012
Maurizio Cattelan, Herd of Horses, 2013
Nancy Fouts, 'Owl Butterfly', 2012
Les Deux Garcons, 'L’Éphémère tangible', 2011
Damien Hirst,'The Broken Dream', 2008
Walter Potter (1835-1918)
Cai Guo Giang, 'Head On', 2006
Polly Morgan, 'Harbour', 2012
Elle Kaye, 'Commemorating', 2012
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