Sculpture in the City 2022/2023 | Art trail returns to the Square Mile

The 11th edition of the sculpture trail sees new contemporary artworks join existing pieces in the City of London.

The Granary Jesse Pollock Sculpture in the City

The Granary by Jesse Pollock is one of the artworks taking part in Sculpture in The City 2022-2023

The 11th edition of Sculpture In The City was unveiled in London this summer, with 20 artworks dotted across the Square Mile. The collection of sculptures from both acclaimed and rising artists brings some colour and interest to the capital’s financial district, bringing contemporary art to new audiences and established fans.

The 2022-2023 collection features new works from 11 artists along with six sculptures, previously unveiled in 2021 from the 10th edition. They have also been joined by two further permanent acquisitions. Participating artists include Alice Channer, Emma Louise Moore, Victor Seaward, Mike Ballard, Oliver Bragg, Ugo Rondinone, Sarah Lucas, Eva Rothschild, Emma Smith, Claudia Wieser, Shezad Dawood, Guillaume Vandame, Bram Ellens, Jun T Lai, Jocelyn McGregor, Pedro Pires, Jesse Pollock, and Bosco Sodi.

  • Sculpture in the City 2022-2023 takes place from now until Spring 2023. Free. At various sites around the Square Mile. Nearest stations: Fenchurch Street, Monument or Liverpool Street. For more information and a map of the artworks, visit the Sculpture in the City website.

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