Sculpture at Regent's Place
Join us this autumn at Regent’s Place to enjoy our permanent display of sculpture by celebrated artists, alongside performance and dance inspired sculpture by British artists on loan from Flowers Gallery London. Set throughout campus, all artworks are free to view and can be seen within and from our public spaces. Find out more about our programme of related events below.
British Land has a long association with art and design. Creative activity plays an integral role in our desire to create Places People Prefer by enhancing the built environment and promoting wellbeing. People have a choice where they work, shop and live and British Land aims to create outstanding places which make a positive difference to people’s everyday lives.
See pieces on loan by Cedric Christie, Tom Phillips and Glenys Barton. Our permanent public art collection contains work by Gary Hume, Siôn Parkinson, Edward Hodges Baily, Liam Gillick, Julian Opie and Sir Antony Gormley. A gallery of all artwork images can be viewed below.
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Art Tours - Thursday 20 October and Friday 11 November at 1pm. Join our Art Curator Rosie Glenn to learn more about the sculptures and featured artists. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space
Art Classes - Thursday 27 October and Wednesday 9 November at 1pm in Diorama Arts Studios. Like our on loan sculptures, both classes are themed around dance and performance. The class on 27th will feature a model which participants will learn to portray
School Art Tours - Netley Primary School and Westminster Academy will visit Regent's Place on 20th October and 15 November for a dedicated tour as part of their art programmes
Established in 1970 by Angela Flowers, Flowers Gallery has two London exhibition spaces, one in nearby Mayfair and one in Shoreditch, as well as an American space in New York. A well established and highly regarded force in the London art scene, the Gallery represents almost 50 established and emerging artists working in a wide variety of media. Find out more about Flowers Gallery and their Autumn 2016 schedule at www.flowersgallery.com.