Sculpture in the City is an annual sculpture park that uses the urban realm as a rotating gallery space. Launching the 12th Edition in late June 2023, works by emerging and renowned artists will be on display around the City’s famous buildings and public spaces. Spanning 100 Bishopsgate to Fenchurch Street to Aldgate Square, this year’s edition brings contemporary public artworks to the ancient and modern spaces of the City. Ranging across various forms, scales and media, the 12th edition provides a free, outdoor exhibition for audiences to experience contemporary art and to engage with their shared environment.
Animating public spaces for visitors and passers-by alike, Sculpture in the City provides a unique lens to imagine, explore and interpret common surroundings in the City.
The exhibition is completely free and is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days week until spring 2024.
Image: Sculpture in the City, The Granary, Jesse Pollock, Copyright the artist.
The first artwork location for Sculpture in the City is at St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate Churchyard, nearby Liverpool Street Station.