Gillie and Marc are critically-acclaimed contemporary artists (and husband-and-wife) who have spent the last three decades dazzling the world with their incredible, rule-bending, interactive artworks. During their art-career they have collaborated to create art as one, even working on the same canvas.
This intrepid pair are best known for their iconic hybrid characters Dogman and Rabbitgirl who tell the autobiographical tale of two opposites coming together to become best friends and soulmates, proving everything is possible through love. Dogman and Rabbitgirl can be found in over 500 public collections and museums through 40 different countries across the globe including New York, London and Sydney.
In 2016 the artists built the world’s biggest rhino sculpture for Sculpture by the Sea – the world’s largest outdoor sculpture exhibition in Sydney – which took out two prestigious People’s Choice Awards. They are now about to beat their own record by creating a 16-foot tall rhino sculpture that will be installed into Astor Place, the heart of New York City.
Gillie and Marc are also the creators of The Paparazzi Dogs – currently in Greenwich Village, New York. Their larger than life Paparazzi Dogman and Paparazzi Rabbitgirl sculpture series will shortly be installed into 6th Avenue opposite the Rockefeller Centre.
Gillie and Marc’s photographs, prints, paintings and sculptures are held in major collections all over the world. They’ve been called the most dynamic and innovative artists of their time who continue to change the face of both private and public art around the world. And most beautiful of all is that they welcome everyone to join them on this remarkable and groundbreaking journey into the unknown …
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