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Sculpture in the City announces public programme for inaugural Sculpture Week London
Bram Ellens, Orphans, 2018-2020, copyright the artist. Photo © Nick Turpin



LONDON.- Sculpture in the City is launching a week-long series of free guided tours of its 11th edition to coincide with the inaugural Sculpture Week London, a new initiative celebrating sculpture in the capital’s public realm, taking place from 12 - 18 September 2022. Born out of a collaboration between Sculpture in the City, Frieze Sculpture, and the Mayor of London’s Fourth Plinth Programme in Trafalgar Square, Sculpture Week London will encompass the opening of Frieze Sculpture in Regent’s Park (14 September – 13 November 2022) and the unveiling of the new Fourth Plinth Programme (14 September) alongside the 11th edition of Sculpture in the City which opened in June 2022. The overarching ambition is for these distinct, yet interconnected programmes to encourage a wider audience to discover more about contemporary sculpture works in London. Held in three destinations across the capital, The Regent’s Park, Trafalgar Square, and the City of London, Sculpture Week will showcase the cultural breadth of central London’s public spaces and outdoor offerings, reinforcing London’s position as a world-leading culture capital.

Sculpture in the City is an annual exhibition of contemporary art placed amongst the widely recognisable architecture of the City of London. This 11th edition features twenty artworks by internationally renowned and emerging artists on free display for a year, alongside six sculptures that remain in situ from the 10th edition, and two permanent acquisitions.

To coincide with Sculpture Week London 2022, Sculpture in the City has launched a series of free guided walking tours to encourage the public to come, explore and enjoy the wide scope of artworks that make up the 11th edition. Led by City of London Guides, the tours will offer an unmissable opportunity to discover this year’s collection of artworks, discovering world-class public art across the City of London’s iconic urban and architectural landscape.




Sculpture in the City Tours
Meeting point: Undershaft EC3A 8AH
(next to summer moon by Ugo Rondinone)

• One tour each day from Tuesday 13 September – Friday 16 September, 18:00-19:30
• Two tours each day on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 September, 11:30-13:00 and 18:00-19:30
• Due to the popularity of the free tours, and to avoid disappointment, booking is required

Booking information here.

Stella Ioannou, Artistic Director of Sculpture in the City, says, “We’re proud and excited to have partnered with two of the capital’s most innovative and inspirational public realm organisations to create Sculpture Week London. By shining a spotlight on contemporary sculpture, we hope this initiative encourages the public to explore the wonderful variety of artworks on view and reinforces London’s position as a world-leading cultural capital.”

Wendy Hyde, Chair of the City of London Corporation’s Culture, Heritage, and Libraries Committee, says: “Sculpture Week London is going to be a must-see event in the capital’s calendar, drawing audiences from across London and beyond. As a cultural centrepiece of the Square Mile, we are delighted to support Sculpture in the City again this year.”










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