Kate Moss continues to be sculpted wearing a low cut gown that was risque.
Artist Allen Jones is revisiting the issue of the supermodel in his latest exhibit, with figures including Mario Testino and Sam Taylor-Johnson among those who’ve used Kate.
Hailed among the past century’s very important artists, Allen photographed Kate to get a dramatic portrait called Body Armour – revealing the star he made in 1978.
Other highlights of the exhibit comprise Black Shoes and Green Shoes (2015) – sculptures that explore figuration and abstraction in a illustrative way than much of the artist’s previous work.
Totemic columns provided in clear perspex include actual clothing, including a pair of a green sequin bikini as well as 60s classic high heels.
In abstract structures created from interlocking sheets that twirl to the three dimensional, figures are performed in Let’s Dance (additionally 2015).
Within the previous 40 years, Allen’s work was shown in both group and solo exhibitions – having a major retrospective taking place in the Royal Academy in London.