Magna Carta-inspired artwork at Runnymede

The Jurors Duke of Cambridge dedicated a permanent artwork called “The Jurors” at Runnymede in 2015. This art installation celebrates the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta and was created by Hew Locke. It is formed of 12 bronze chairs, each decorated with panels of images and symbols relating to past and ongoing struggles for freedom, rule… More Magna Carta-inspired artwork at Runnymede

Ways of Seeing – until 31st August 2019

In partnership with the Government Art Collection, Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 has been transforming the whole borough of Waltham Forest into an art gallery. Ways of Seeing has  art work from 33 internationally-known artists in 28 unusual and unexpected venues across Waltham Forest. The collection, on loan from the Government Art Collection in can… More Ways of Seeing – until 31st August 2019

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The Yorkshire Sculpture Park features around 80 sculptures and installations to see in the open air. Henry Moore Henry Moore was the first patron of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. He wanted his work displayed in the Country Park. His Upright Motives were part of a large commission, for the courtyard of the new Olivetti building in Milan. Altogether Moore… More Yorkshire Sculpture Park