Marc Quinn at Kew Gardens London

Marc Quinn has long been interested in the links between nature and humanity, and this exhibition brings that complex relationship to life. The mirrored effect of many of the stainless-steel sculptures blurs the boundaries between the viewer, the sculpture and the landscape, giving every visitor a unique experience of the artworks. Their reflection encourages viewers to see themselves as a part of the artwork and a part of the landscape. 

Not only are the artworks a feast for the eyes, they also offer a chance to discover more about the many ways that plants form an essential part of human life. Quinn has been working in close collaboration with Kew scientists and horticulturists to explore more about plants and their incredible forms and shapes, using significant plants from across our collections to inspire his work.  


Saturday 4 May to Sunday 29 September 2024

10am to 7pm (last entry 6pm)

The Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art: 10am to 5.30pm (last entry 5.00pm). 


Kew Gardens

Victoria Gate (TW9 3JR)

Elizabeth Gate (TW9 3AB)

Brentford Gate (TW9 3AF)