London Public Art: Evidence of the Unseen Mountain
This is a piece of art hidden away on a quiet residential street in Chelsea that you are not going to stumble upon, unless your the sort of person who goes wandering around quiet residential streets looking for things to stumble upon.
London’s Public Art: Allen Jones Aerobic
East London has a very large, yet very easy to miss sculpture in full view of people who shouldn't look at it.
Final two artworks announced for the Crossrail project
Two artists have been commissioned to install new sculptures outside the new Liverpool Street Elizabeth line station.
London Public Art: Man with Arms Open
An unusual work of art in that the title for the art is written in plain English and clearly describes what you are looking at, which undoubtedly, is a man with arms open.
London Public Art: Statue of James Greathead
This may look like a typical bit of military history on a plinth, as seen in many places around London, but in fact it's London Underground heritage being celebrated here.
New exhibition tells the story of East London’s “Old Flo”
Inspired by people sheltering in the wartime Underground, donated to the people of the East End, nearly sold by a corrupt Mayor and now on display in a heartland of bankers, a new exhibition has opened telling the story of Old Flo.
London Public Art – Landed by Les Johnson
This recent sculpture was erected in 2009 as a tribute to the history of the people who worked in the Royal Docks and their families from 1855 to 1983.
London Public Art – Bellerophon Taming Pegasus
This is the last work of art by Jacques Lipchitz, depicting Bellerophon and Pegasus. It was the final sculpture worked on by Lipchitz, and was completed after his death in 1973.
See the Paradigm outside St Pancras station
Head out of St Pancras station by the Thameslink exit, and facing you will be a monumental tower of weathered steel -- this is Paradigm by Conrad Shawcross.
See Mayfair’s little noticed Lutyens Sculpture
On a side street in posh St James is a work of art in remembrance of an architect who is a significant figure in the architecture of Imperial New Delhi.
Trees and birds shine through the grime under the Marylebone Flyover
A small forest of trees and woodland animals have appeared under the polluted and noisy Marylebone Flyover, as a work of art.
Have you noticed the unusual stone benches outside Euston Station?
Thousands of people sit on them with barely a glance, but outside Euston station are four works of geological art, hidden in plain sight as a set of benches.
Faded memories of art on concrete blocks
Five years ago, a German street artist paid an overnight visit to Smithfield meat market and left behind a cluster of art, which is still there slowly decaying over time.
Hitchcock’s murals at Leytonestone tube station
Leytonstone has few claims to fame, but one of them is that one of Hollywood's most famous film directors was born there, and the tube station which is decorated with murals of his films.
A fountain of glass
Just over 50 years ago, one of the City of London's first displays of contemporary art went on public display -- as a glass fountain.
A couple of ripe, ornamental pineapples
There is a work of art that is as baffling as it is pointless sitting on street behind an office block near Euston.
Henry Moore sculpture appears outside King’s Cross station
The large flat regular space of the new plaza outside King's Cross station has started to regain a little bit of the clutter that has defined it for the past hundred years.
Massive bronze Polo sculptures sitting in Docklands
On the opposite side of the docks from the City Airport can be found a remnant of London 2012 artistic endeavours, in the form of a large set of bronze sculptures.