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The bear, a sculpture created by Denver-based artist Lawrence Argent, is the first glimpse of the multi-million art collection themed “What Makes Life Worth Living” that has been curated for Quantum of the Seas.

About the project

First in the Royal Caribbean International’s Quantum Class of ships - Quantum of the Seas features an art collection that celebrates the timeless question What Makes Life Worth Living (WMLWL), curated by International Corporate Art.

Encompassing over 3.000 artworks, with many created specifically for this vessel, the collection explores, both aesthetically and conceptually, the intangible yet sustainable qualities of life – Love, Peace, Joy, Gratitude, Harmony, Passion, Freedom and Hope.

Inclusive of a wide array of mediums such as painting, sculpture, works on paper, photography ans video installation, the rtworks commissioned for Quantum of the Seas are stunning, engaging and in some cases completely unexpected.

Project details

-      Client: Royal Caribbean International (RC Group)

-      Yard location: Papenburg, Germany

-      Delivery: 2014

-      Capacity: 4.180 Guests

-      Length: 347.7 m / 1,141 ft

-      Beam: 41.4 m / 136 ft

-      Tonnage: 167,800 GT

-      Artworks: 3.000 pieces

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