Sculpture in the City – an evening tour
Tuesday 11th July, 2017 | 18.30-20.00
Sculpture in the City is the annual public art programme set amongst the City of London’s architectural landmarks.
For its seventh edition, the 16 art works will be spread further across the Square Mile, including installations at six new locations.
Archiboo’s evening tour will be led by the Sculpture in the City’s co-director, Stella Ioannou and take approximately 1.5 hours.
Please note that while the tour is free, we have limited places.
The 2017 art works are:
Daniel Buren 4 Colours at 3 metres high situated work Clear acrylic sheets, coloured self-adhesive filters, wood, screws, white and black paint 2011 300 x 300 x 300 cm
Fernando Casasempere Reminiscence 2017 Porcelain 135 x 135 x 115 cm
Martin Creed Work No. 2814 2017 Plastic bags Dimensions Variable
Ryan Gander Never has there been such urgency, or The Eloquent and the Gaga – (Alchemy Box # 45) 2014 Conical parachute, polythene barrels, nylon webbing, aluminium fixings, items from the artist’s collection, stainless steel etched plaque Dimensions Variable
Damien Hirst Temple 2008 Lacquered paint on bronze 657.9 x 327.7 cm
Kevin Killen Tipping Point 2016 Neon 240 x 120 x 30cm
Paul McCarthy Apple Tree Boy Apple Tree Girl 2010 Aluminium (Boy) 525 x 208.3 x 189.2 cm (Girl) 546.1 x 290.8 x 213.4 cm
Nathaniel Rackowe Black Shed Expanded 2014/2016 Timber shed, fluorescent lights and fittings, bitumen, paint, steel 240 x 220 x 220 cm. Edition 2 of 2 (2016 edition)
Peter Randall-Page RA Envelope of Pulsation (For Leo) 2017 Dartmoor granite 160 x 140 x 110 cm Recycle Group Falling into Virtual Reality 2016 Plastic Mesh 400 x 100 cm
Bosco Sodi Untitled x 3 2015 Ceramic glaze over volcanic rock 120 x 80 x 100 cm ; 120 x 70 x 72 cm; 105 x 75 x 45 cm
Karen Tang Synapsid 2014 Epoxy, fibreglass, paint, Styrofoam, timber, steel 3.3 x 4.0 x 3.1 m
Gavin Turk Ajar 2011 Painted bronze 229 x 103 x 66 cm
Mhairi Vari Support for a Cloud 2016 Outdoor television aerial, wire coat-hangers, greenhouse/ poly-tunnel repair tape 150 x 75 x 65 cm
Mark Wallinger The Black Horse 2015 Bronze, resin, stainless steel 196 x 273 x 67 cm
Gary Webb Dreamy Bathroom 2014 Aluminium, bronze, automotive grade paint and lacquer. Dimensions Variable, pending site location. Approx. 350 x 150 cm
Stella Ioaanou is Co-director of Sculpture in the City, the City of London’s most ambitious arts initiative, which is delivered in partnership with local businesses and the wider arts community.
Her long-standing relationship with the City’s arts community also informed Celebrate the City (2012), the Square Miles’ celebratory programme for the 2012 London Olympics where she was Project Director. Stella is a member of the City Arts Initiative Advisory Board and is a liveryman member of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects.