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Royal Caribbean Cruises

Oasis of the Seas

The first ship of the Oasis class. Joined by sister ships Allure, Harmony and Symphony. All sharing the title of the largest cruise ships in the world.

The function of public art, whether in cities or aboard cruise ships, is to help define public space. Art adds a spark of personality to squares, parks and public rooms by encouraging viewers to engage with those spaces on an emotional level.

Working with established, emerging and mid-career international artists in a variety of media, the firm set out to create a cohesive curatorial vision that would make Oasis of the Seas’ onboard art collection an integral part of guests’ vacation experience.

1973

Stephen Knapp, "Trailing Light"

1721

Carlos Betancourt & Alberto Latorre, "A Flock of Seagulls"

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Joseph Maruska, "The Tale of Beauty No. 1 & No. 2"

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Mike Stallard, "Zero"

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Speedster Motorcar Sales, "Auburn Speedster Replica"

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Speedster Motorcar Sales, "Auburn Speedster Replica"

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Helaine Blumenfeld, "Messenger of the Spirit"

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Gisela Colon, "Untitled (Kinetic Light Series)"

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Gisela Colon, "Untitled (Kinetic Light Series)"

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Laurie Kaplowitz, "Untitled"

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Laurie Kaplowitz, "Untitled"

Duval Carrie

Edouard Duval Carrie, "Crystal Tree: Homage to Monet"

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Lucia Wrack Meister, "Invisible Cities l"

Pooldeck

Shona Kinloch, "Are You Ready?"

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Richard Seymour, "Skying Out"

  • Project Details
  • Client: Royal Caribbean Cruises
  • Location: Turku, Finland
  • Length: 1,187 ft
  • Capacity: 6,780 passengers
  • Beam: 215 ft
  • Delivery: 2008
  • Tonnage: 225,282 GT