Luke Jerram’s “Museum of the Moon” returned to London in October 2023 to be displayed in Southwark Cathedral, which last hosted Gaia. See more of my photos of Luke Jerram’s work.
Jubilee Square, Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall, was the final site to display Luke Jerram’s “Mars: War and Peace” in the 2023 K&C Festival.
All Saints’ Church in Notting Hill displayed Luke Jerram’s “Mars: War and Peace” as part of the 2023 Kensington and Chelsea Festival.
Luke Jerram’s “Mars: War & Peace” hosted by the Kensington and Chelsea Festival at St John the Baptist Church in Holland Road, West London.
St. Thomas’ Hospital’s Doulton tile collection, commissioned for the Evelina Children’s Hospital, painted with nursery rhymes & fairy tales.
The Fenland Table on display at Rochester Cathedral. It took ten years to make using wooden planks cut from a 5,000 year old tree trunk.
From 11th February to 16th April 2023, Rochester Cathedral is hosting “Peace Doves”, an art installation by Peter Walker.
The RAF Memorial Chapel has twelve stained glass windows in the main chapel remembering the Battle of Britain.
The vast space under the Leadenhall Building in the City of London is hosting “Evanescent” presented by Atelier Sisu.
2023 is the 11th annual “Sculpture in the City” with artworks in prominent places and quite a few in some of the City of London’s corners.