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Laura ReynoldsGallery: 26 Post-War Sculptures Listed In London
Historic England has announced that 41 public sculptures have been newly listed across the country, including 26 in London.
Every sculpture on the list was installed after the second world war, in an attempt to improve public spaces.
Work by well-known artists including Barbara Hepworth, Anthony Gormley and Eduardo Paolozzi are among those to be listed in London. Most are listed at Grade II, and some at Grade II*. They can be found on streets and housing estates, and in shopping centres, schools and universities.
The sculptures feature in Historic England’s upcoming exhibition Out There: Our Post-War Public Art, which also tells the story of works of public art which have been lost or destroyed. The exhibition takes place at Somerset House 3 February-10 April.
Take a look at some of the London sculptures which made the list.