Lorenzo Quinn's public installations have enriched urban landscapes from London to Mumbai via cities as diverse as Monaco, St Petersburg and Doha, and his universally appealing vision continues to engage a vast international audience. Among the most impressive of these is Quinn's immense sculpture Force of Nature (2017), which was installed in the Museum of Modern Art in Shanghai in August. Quinn's work has also made an impact within fictional landscapes, as his four-metre Gravity (2017) was installed for and featured within Sky Atlantic's Riviera earlier this year.
Quinn's latest monumental installation, Support (2017), was unveiled in May to coincide with the 57th International Art Exhibition at the Venice Biennale. Emerging surreally from the depths of the Grand Canal, Support depicts a child's hands reaching up to support the antique façade of the palazzo. This work marks a defining moment in Quinn's career.