‘How Artists Reveal the Emotion Hidden in Our Cities’

Frieze10 October 2018

‘Exhibitions of Do Ho Suh, Heidi Bucher and Doris Salcedo in London affirm the affective qualities of architecture…’

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Bridging Home, London, 2018. © Do Ho Suh, Courtesy of the artist; Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong and Seoul; Victoria Miro, London/Venice; Art Night; City of London/Sculpture in the City and Arts Council Korea, Korean Culture Centre UK (photography Gautier Deblonde)

‘Traditional Korean house installed above busy London street by Do Ho Suh’

Dezeen26 September 2018

‘South Korean artist Do Ho Suh has built a replica of his childhood home and installed it above a road in the City of London. Called Bridging Home, London, the installation sees a traditional Korean dwelling…’

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A traditional Korean house installed on the footway bridge of the Wormwood Street
Bridging Home, London, 2018 © Do Ho Suh, Courtesy of the artist; Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong and Seoul; Victoria Miro, London/Venice; Art Night; City of London/Sculpture in the City and Arts Council Korea, Korean Culture Centre UK (photography Gautier Deblonde)

‘Do Ho Suh is “bridging home” in a new, large-scale outdoor installation in the heart of London’

It's Nice That26 September 2018

‘Bridging Home is an ambitious installation on the footbridge over Wormwood Street, one of the busies roads in the City of London. Curated by Fatoş Üstek and co-commissioned by Art Night and Sculpture in the City, the installation is the…’

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‘Art Industry News’

Artnet25 September 2018

‘Do Ho Suh’s Childhood Home Hangs Over London Street – The Korean-born, London-based artist has brought a replica of his childhood home to the city’s business district.…’

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Bridging Home, London, 2018. © Do Ho Suh, Courtesy of the artist; Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong and Seoul; Victoria Miro, London/Venice; Art Night; City of London/Sculpture in the City and Arts Council Korea, Korean Culture Centre UK (photography Gautier Deblonde)

‘A traditional Korean House crash lands on a city foot bridge’

Londonist24 September 2018

‘A pedway above busy Wormwood Street has received a remarkable addition: a traditional Korean home, complete with a bamboo garden. No, this didn’t fall from the sky…’

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Sculpture named Numen (Shifting Votive Three) by Thomas J. Price outside 1 Great St Helen's
Thomas J. Price, Numen (Shifting Votive Three) 2016. Copyright the artists, courtesy of Hales London. Photo: Nick Turpin

‘Things To Do This Weekend In London: 21-22 July 2018’

Londonist17 July 2018

‘BENEATH THE SURFACE: Join our very own visual arts editor Tabish Khan for an evening chat with artist Thomas J. Price. They’ll be discussing Price’s figurative sculptures, which draw on observed individuals, media archetypes, and ancient, classical, and neo-classical sculptures…’

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The sculpture is called Untitled by David Annesley

‘Sculpture in the City programme to launch at Nocturnal Creatures Festival’

London Post16 July 2018

‘Sculpture in the City, the City of London’s annual public art programme set amongst iconic architectural landmarks, features 18 artworks making up this year’s outdoor sculpture park in the Square Mile.…’

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Audion piece by Marina Abramovic called Tree installed outside 99 Bishopsgate
Marina Abramović, Tree, 1972. Copyright the artists, courtesy Lisson Gallery, Photo: Nick Turpin

‘See loads of free art at the Nocturnal Creatures festival’

TimeOut16 July 2018

‘Continue your date with the night with artist-led tours of Sculpture in the City, where artworks by the likes of Marina Abramović, Sarah Lucas and Tracey Emin are dotted among architectural landmarks…’

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The sculpture is called Pepper Rock by Richard Rome

‘Sculpture carves out a new market in London’

Financial Times13 July 2018

‘Two projects are bringing sculpture into the capital’s open spaces…’

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The sculpture is called Perceval by Sarah Lucas

‘Sculpture in the City and Frieze Sculpture Park are encouraging people to reassess our favourite landmarks and public spaces’

City A.M.10 July 2018

‘What is public property? Is it the streets we walk on or the parks we sunbathe in? Can art be public property and what happens when you take it out of the stuffy confines of a gallery and plop it…’

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Women walking past the sculpture body in the City of London, Sculpture in the city

‘Sculpture in the City, the annual festival bringing world-class art to the Square Mile, returns to the capital this week.’

Evening Standard26 June 2018

‘From June 27, the City of London will be turned into an free-to-view outdoor sculpture park featuring work by the likes of Tracey Emin, Marina Abramovic and Sarah Lucas. Now in its eighth year, the 2018 edition will be bigger…’

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Picture showing the location of Marina Abramovic's sound piece

‘Sculpture in the City 2018 Splashes Out On Impressive Free Exhibition’

Artlyst26 June 2018

‘This year’s annual Sculpture in the City’ exhibition (launching on 27 June) will include works from international artists including Sarah Lucas, Sean Scully and Marina Abramovic. The exhibition will also introduce three new commissioned works. The artworks will be displayed…’

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Sculpture called Crocodylius Philodendrus by Nancy Rubins

‘Let’s get sculpting’

Londonist26 June 2018

‘Every year we look forward to following a trail of art through the bustle of the City of London. In a part of London that’s all about a fast pace of life it’s great to slow down a little and…’

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ITV Report showing Sculpture being installed

‘Sculpture in the City announces 18 artworks making up this year’s outdoor sculpture park’

ITV News26 June 2018

‘Sculpture in the City, the City of London’s annual public art programme set amongst iconic architectural landmarks has announced the 18 artworks which will make up this year’s outdoor sculpture park in the Square Mile.…’

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‘New London multi-arts festival launches’

M-magazine21 June 2018

‘Sarathy Korwar, Bambooman and Larry Achiampong (pictured) are among the music-makers confirmed for Nocturnal Creatures, a new multi-arts festival in London.…’

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The sculpture is called Your Lips Moved Across My Face by Tracey Emin

‘Sculpture in the City, 2018’

Culture Whisper21 June 2018

‘Contemporary art stars fill the Square Mile with large-scale public art installations for Sculpture in the City, 2018…’

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‘Sculpture in the city tour’

London Festival of Architecture21 June 2018

‘Listing on a partners website- Sculpture in the City is an urban sculpture park, set amongst the architectural landmarks in the City’s insurance district. This dynamic project, where artworks are installed for up to a year, responds to the area’s…’

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‘A 6-month season of events will celebrate women’s historical achievements in London’

Stylist21 June 2018

‘And this year, Sculpture in the city, the City’s hugely popular annual art installation, will feature work by more female artists than in any previous editions…’

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‘Art Industry News: Robert Indiana’s Famous “LOVE” Sculpture Started Out as a Much Filthier Word + More Must-Read Stories’

Artnet News15 June 2018

‘Sculpture in the City Artists Announced – More female artists than ever are participating in London’s sculpture festival, which takes place across Square Mile this summer. Highlights will include a sound work by Marina Abramović and Nancy Rubin’s large-scale Crocodylius…’

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