I don’t think I’d want it in my living room, but the most sensational sculpture of the year is a sold gold statue of model Kate Moss — her legs tucked behind her head — at the British Museum in London. It’s the creation of Marc Quinn, whose previous works include the sculpture of a pregnant woman with no arms or legs. Quinn’s £1.5m sculpture, entitled “Siren” and described by the museum as an “Aphrodite of our times,” is said to be the largest gold statue created since the time of Ancient Egypt.