Sculpture In The City 2019: Weird And Wonderful Artworks Fill The Square Mile

Sculpture In The City 2019: Weird And Wonderful Artworks Fill The Square Mile
Patrick Tuttofuoco, The Source, (2017), courtesy of the artist, OGR - Officine Grandi Riparazioni and Federica Schiavo Gallery, Photo: © Nick Turpin. Location: Leadenhall Market.

19 new artworks have appeared in public spaces across the Square Mile for Sculpture in the City 2019.

The annual art event is now in its ninth year, and installs artworks in public spaces to be enjoyed for free. Some artwork from last year's edition remain on show, including I'm Staying by Shaun C Badham in Leadenhall Market, and Do Ho Suh's Bridging Home.

This year's offerings include a new neon artwork in Leadenhall Market (pictured above), a floral video installation beneath a skyscraper, and some colourful columns on a City street. Browse the photos below, or get out and explore for yourself.

Salvatore Arancio, It Was Only a Matter of Time Before We Found the Pyramid and Forced it Open, (2017), courtesy of the artist and Federica Schiavo Gallery, Photo: © Nick Turpin. Location: Great St Helen's Street.
Clare Jarrett, Sari Garden (2018), copyright the artist © Patrick Sutherland. Location: Heneage Lane
Elisa Artesero, The Garden of Floating Words (2017), courtesy of the artist, Photo: © Nick Turpin. Location: St Mary Axe.
Leo Fitzmaurice, Arcadia, (2007), copyright the artist; courtesy of The Sunday Painter, Photo: © Nick Turpin. Location: Outside Fenchurch Street station
Jennifer Steinkamp, Botanic (2019), Photo: © Nick Turpin. Location: 120 Fenchurch Street (at the ground floor entrance to this roof garden).
1. Kevin Francis Gray, Reclining Nude I (2016), courtesy of KFG Studio, Photo: © Nick Turpin. Location: St Botolphs Without Bishopsgate Churchyard
Nina Saunders, Abstract Mass, (2008), image copyright the artist, courtesy of New Art Centre, Roche Court Sculpture Park, Photo: © Nick Turpin. Location: Undershaft.

For more information about this year's artworks, visit the Sculpture in the City 2019 website.

Last Updated 26 June 2019

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