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In the eastern part of the City of London, exciting sculptures from some of the world’s leading artists can be found in the heart of the Square Mile.

For a great introduction to Sculpture in the City check out the new video from London & Partners as part of 'The London Story'.

Visitors, workers and residents can discover art installations, including the distinctive life-sized figures by Antony Gormley, three steel dinosaurs by Jake and Dinos Chapman and Secret Affair by Jim Lambie.  

Participating artists have worked on site with the curatorial team to select and position their work in response to the surrounding architecture and built environment.

Now in its third year and featuring more sculptures than ever before, Sculpture in the City is a free exhibition stretching from St. Botolph without Bishopsgate to the north and Lime Street to the south, and encompassing the area around Great St Helen’s and 30 St Mary Axe. See the map of the area (280 KB) for details of sculpture locations.

The annual exhibition series is a product of the City Arts Initiative and provides a changing programme of outstanding public art in an area that is changing rapidly.

Sculpture in the City is backed by the City of London Corporation in partnership with local stakeholders: 30 St Mary Axe (IVG and Evans Randall), Aon, Aviva, British Land, Brookfield Office PropertiesHiscox, Willis and W. R. Berkley Corporation​ with the additional support of project patrons MTEC and Searcys​

Galleries participating in Sculpture in the City 2013 are Boghossian Foundation Brussels​ Lisson Gallery , Pace London​ , Sadie Coles HQ , Waddington Custot Galleries  and White Cube .​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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  • 20 June 2013 - May 2014
    Sculpture in the City

    ​“I know Sculpture in the City will encourage those who are yet to visit this spectacular area to come, and those who are here each day to re-appraise and engage with a new environment around them.”


    John Scott, elected Chairman of the Arts Advisory Board at the City of London Corporation.

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