City of Sculpture

City of Sculpture launched in 2010 to promote public art ahead of London 2012. It is now a rolling programme in collaboration with many of London's galleries as well as international galleries and artists to commission and showcase pieces of art.

It includes temporary installations of contemporary and traditional sculpture and is supported by private galleries and sculptors who exhibit at their own expense.

All sculptures need to apply for planning permission and our team will talk you through this process and the costs involved.

Submit a City of Sculpture nomination

To find out more about becoming part of City of Sculpture please email cityofsculpture@westminster.gov.uk.

City of Sculpture forms part of the council’s ‘City for All’ vision.

Locations

Current locations include:​

Bronze Oak Grove, 2017, Rob and Nick Carter
Nine patinated bronze tree stumps (each 48 x 183 x 127 cm)
Location: Berkeley Square Gardens
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Aurora, Tim Morgan
Location: Cavendish Square

Visitor, David Breuer-Weil
Location: Cavendish Square
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Flight, David Breuer-Weil
Location: Marble Arch
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Moving Forward, Jill Berelowitz
Location: Park Lane, opposite The Dorchester
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Slithery Ways, Pieter Obels
Location: Soho Square
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Last updated: 18 December 2018
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