Quinn’s 'All About Love' series explores the notion of love and all that it entails. Created in collaboration with his muse, a dancer, each sculpture is a life cast of the pair in different poses, embracing one another. With Quinn and his muse physically bound together during the casting process, the works become a frozen moment in time.
Resonating with numerous chapters throughout the history of art, Quinn's sculptures echo fragmented sculptures of many periods, from the Pieta works of the Renaissance to the plasters of Rodin.
'All About Love' creates a contemporary, almost raw, language in which to talk about love. Made out of fibreglass the works appear delicate, and even eggshell-like, suggesting the fragility of human relationships. Deceptively strong, Quinn’s striking series 'All About Love' creates a compelling dialogue between contemporary and classical art.