In the 1950s, a set of stone reliefs were added to a building so high up that hardly anyone could see them. But now anyone can see them.
If you're wandering around the streets near Edgware Road one evening, you might spy a glowing confection on a side street and wander over for a better look.
A huge 20 feet wide panorama of London and Westminster is to go on public display from next Friday for the first time.
An exhibition has opened of movie posters, of familiar films, but unlike any movie posters you seen before.
Fancy spending a day helping to build a tower out of cardboard, only to then tear it down the next day?
A huge 24 metre length of slowly moving photographic film is currently turning in an endless loop in the heart of the Barbican.
For a few days at StudioRCA you can hear the recording of a performance that took place in the new tunnels that run below Nine Elms as part of the Northern line extension.
A funding pot worth £140,000 is available for local projects in Southwark marking the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower to America which will be marked in 2020.
As part of a larger scale art programme, a number of Selfridges windows have been given over to artists working on the Crossrail project.
If you go up to the mezzanine at Waterloo Station, there's a display of landscape photography as part of an annual competition.
There's a festive deer in Piccadilly at the moment made from rubbish that glows when you make a donation to charity.
As part of its Christmas decorations, Tate Britain has commissioned an artist to design two giant slugs to sit outside the art gallery.
For the remainder of this week, every evening, 10,000 individual flames will be lit within the moat of the Tower of London.
Visitors to genteel Dulwich are in for a shock at the moment, as they are confronted with torture, blood, pain, and human skin -- in the local gallery's latest exhibition.
Since they were created, people have wondered if computers could create art, and now the V&A has an exhibition of some of the results of that pondering.