New works from Quinn’s 'All About Love' series will be on view in an exhibition entitled 'Drawn from Life' at the Sir John Soane’s Museum in London. Figurative and emotive, the series of sculptures materialise the complexity of love in a frozen moment of time. Fragmented—only torso and legs—the sculptures create a dialogue between Quinn’s contemporary artistic practice and Sir John Soane’s collection of historic artefacts. This exhibition marks the beginning of a new and exciting collaborative program recently launched by the Museum.
'Thames River Water', on view at Ivorypress in Madrid, is an exhibition born from Quinn’s examination of humanity’s relationship with nature. Exploring the symbiotic impact Man and nature have on one another, works from The Toxic Sublime, River Paintings and The Frozen Wave speak to the pervasive synchronicity and coexistence of our natural environment and the man-made world.
A new exhibition, curated by Mo’Wax and UNKLE founder, artist and musician James Lavelle, featuring a host of contemporary artists, film makers and musicians showcasing works inspired by Stanley Kubrick.
Reinventing a classic from the Dior collection - the Lady Dior bags - Quinn transposes his hyper-realist oil paintings to Dior creations. Designs incorporate motifs from works including 'In the Night Garden', 'Fossil Record' and 'We Share Our Chemistry with the Stars'.
HUMAN REPRODUCTION at ART NEW YORK from 3RD - 8TH MAY. DANIEL ARSHAM, TANER CEYLAN, JAKE AND DINOS CHAPMAN, ZHANG HUAN, HENRY HUDSON, MARC QUINN and JASON SHULMAN. A curated selection of prints, limited edition sculptures and unique works on paper. Showcasing a new limited edition collagraph print from Marc Quinn's 'Toxic Sublime' series exclusively available at the fair during the launch week.
Held against the backdrop of the Hudson River at Pier 94, Art New York will be the first presentation of Human Reproduction works in the U.S.
Benefiting Dallas Contemporary and the MTV Staying Alive Foundation delivering vital HIV prevention messaging to a young international audience. Sarah Lucas / Cindy Sherman / Marc Quinn / Julian Schnabel / Jim Lambie / Daniel Arsham / Mat Collishaw / Michael Craig-Martin / Juergen Teller / Mario Testino...
Stella McCartney, Sarah Burton and Karl Lagerfeld sit for Marc Quinn to create a series of three of Quinn's unique iris portraits - 'We Share Our Chemistry with the Stars', featured in the September 2015 issue of Harper's Bazaar.