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New Artworks in Canary Wharf

After the latest lockdown, I decided to enter the brave new world by taking a walk around Canary Wharf and taking a look of some of their new artworks and to enjoy some spring sunshine.

During the lockdown a series of new works have appeared and other works have been relocated, here is quick tour around some of these pieces.

One of the most noticable new pieces is Gillie & Marc: Tandem Lovers 2020 in Reuters Plaza, ‘Tandem Lovers’ takes you on an adventure with Gillie and Marc’s characters, Rabbitwoman and Dogman.

Near the Canary Wharf station is Richard Hudson: Tear which offers a different perspective of the large buildings.

Although Cabot Square is dominated by Henry Moore’s Old Flo, and new piece tucked away is Bob Allen’s: It Takes Two which is a bronze cast of a carving from the fallen bough of an ancient English Yew listed in the Domesday Book.

Jubilee Park is full of new pieces including Helaine Blumenfeld’s Fortuna

For a pychedelic expereience go to Adams Plaza Bridge for Camille Walala’s Captivated By Colour

For something completely different, have a look at Julian Wild: Scribbleform

In the Crossrail Place Roof Garden is Michael Lyons: Shepherd of the Sun and Julian Wild’s Origin (Vertical)

Until the 19th of June, the roof garden is transformed into Crossorelle Roof Garden, a magical installation inspired by the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech.

Created by artists Baker & Borowski, the design is inspired by the history of the West India Docks and the plants that were brought there from faraway lands, such as North Africa.

Although it may be too early to visit museums and art galleries, there is plenty to enjoy artistically wandering around Canary Wharf.


1 Comment

  1. Loren Brand says:

    Lovely! I’m really looking forward to seeing the new Crossorelle Roof Garden. It looks amazing!

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