Artist Allen Jones revisits Kate Moss for latest exhibition
Kate Moss has been sculpted in stainless steel wearing a risque low-cut gown.
Artist Allen Jones is revisiting the subject of the supermodel in his latest exhibition, with figures such as Sam Taylor-Johnson and Mario Testino already among those who have used Moss as a muse.
The work entitled "A Model Model" depicts Moss with a polished stainless steel body and a spray painted cast resin bust - and is part of Jones' Colour Matters showcase.
Hailed as one of the most significant artists of the last century, Jones photographed Moss for a striking portrait called Body Armour in 2013 - showing the star wearing a body cast sculpture he made in 1978.
Other highlights of the exhibition include Green Shoes and Black Shoes (both 2015) - sculptures that explore abstraction and figuration in a less descriptive manner than much of Jones' past work.
Totemic columns rendered in transparent perspex contain real clothing, including a pair of 60s vintage high-heels and a green sequin bikini.
In The Blue Gymnast WIP (2014), a fibreglass mannequin of a female figure wears a skin-tight blue leotard using a varying colour palette of blues. In Let's Dance (also 2015), figures are executed in abstract shapes made from interlocking sheets of aluminium that twirl into the three-dimensional.
Over the past 40 years, Jones' work has been exhibited around the world in both solo and group exhibitions - with a major retrospective taking place at the Royal Academy in London in 2014.
Allen Jones: Colour Matters is at Marlborough Fine Art from November 25 to January 23.