Artist Daphne Wright creates poignant animal effigies, casting carcasses in marble dust and resin. Stillborn calves, a cooked goose and various vermin are rendered as ghostly sculptures, seemingly still warm. Next month, Wright opens a solo exhibition at London’s Frith Street Gallery, where she’ll unveil “a full size cast of a dead horse” lying upturned alongside other sculptures, drawings and video installation.

‘Traits of Sidney,” January 14- February 27, Frith Street Gallery, 17-18 Golden Square, London W1F 9JJ