Wednesday, 22 July 2015

Summer Sculpture 2015 | Photo Heavy

The Brainy One and I went into the City of London today
for our third annual look at 
Sculpture in the City.
Thirteen pieces to find, discuss and dismiss.
#1: Ghost by Adam Chodzko in Leadenhall Market
 #2: Old DNA by Folkert de Jong on Lime Street.
 #3: Rays (London) by Xavier Veilhan on Fenchurch Avenue. 
#4: Days of Judgement - Cats 1 & 2 by Laura Ford
outside 159 Leadenhall Street 
#5: O My Friends, There Are No Friends by Sigalit Landau
in St. Helen's Square.
 #6: Red Atlas by Ekkehard Altenburger at 30 St. Mary Axe.
 #7: Carson, Emma, Takashi, Zezi, Nia by Tomoaki Suzuki
also at 30 St. Mary Axe.
 #8: Organisms of Control #8 by Keita Miyazaki
at Bury Court.
 #9: Charity by Damien Hirst on Undershaft.
#10: Breakout II by Bruce Beasley on Undershaft.
#11: Broken Pillar #12 by Shan Hur in St. Helen's Bishopsgate Churchyard.
#12: Bells II by Kris Martin outside 99 Bishopsgate.
#13: Altar by Kris Martin in St. Botolph-without-Bishopsgate Gardens.
You can see Sculpture in the City 2014 here.
You can see Sculpture in the City 2013 here.

4 comments:

Missus Wookie said...

We're planning on going in a few weeks when we've both got some time off. Always fun and we end up doing dinner too.

Liz said...

Not sure I "Get" any of them!! Apart from the Charity one which smacks of the 70s xx

Ladkyis said...

the charity one is surely the Barnardo's child from the 1950s ... or did I just dream that?

Sian said...

I found the one with the shoes the most moving.

I'm catching up here, hoping you have enjoyed your week just the two of you, as I read blogs instead of tackling the ironing. It's good to see what you've been up to!

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