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Stella Ioannou Sculpture in the City

Do you know your Gherkin from your Cheesegrater? Find out what they are and where to find them. Watch and share Stella’s journey through Sculpture in the City; the contemporary sculpture park that has been created around the newest towers in the oldest part of London. From pop art proclamations to cast iron pedestrians; there is art on every corner waiting to be discovered.

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About Sculpture in the City

In the heart of the City of London, the oldest part of the capital, you’ll find exciting sculptures from some of the world’s leading artists.

Between now and May 2014 you can discover ten new art installations as The City becomes a sculpture park. From the striking ONE THROUGH ZERO* (The 10 numbers) sculpture by Robert Indiana, the distinctive life-sized figures of Antony Gormley, and three giant steel dinosaurs made by Jake and Dinos Chapman, the free Sculpture in the City exhibition stretches from St. Botolph-without-Bishopsgate to the north and Lime Street to the south, and includes the area around Great St Helen’s and The Gherkin.

Robert Indiana, LOVE 1966-1999

© 2014 Morgan Art Foundation

Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / DACS, London

*Robert Indiana, ONE THROUGH ZERO (THE TEN NUMBERS) 1980-2001

© 2014 Morgan Art Foundation

Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / DACS, London

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