Kate Moss statue in British museumOctober 7th, 2008 - 3:57 pm ICT by Bupha Ravirot
Kate Moss is now not shining on the world catwalk or any glossy fashion magazine but British museums, the most renowned museums in the world.
A 50 kg solid gold sculpture of British supermodel ‘Kate Moss’ made by Marc Quinn. The statue featured Yoka position, which the artist depicted as a modern day Aphrodite with her legs tucked up behind her head. Kate Moss golden statue worth $2.78 million.
According to the museum, golden statue of Moss Kate was named ‘Siren’, it is largest gold statue produced since Ancient Egyptian times . Unveiled at the British Museum, central London as part of the Statuephilia Exhibition since 2 Oct 2008 and will run until 25 January 2009.
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