This year's Sculpture Trail brings new large-scale, pop-up sculptures by leading artists to sit alongside the permanent works that have already made their mark on this lively cultural enclave of London.
From New to Old Bond Street, Hanover Square and Berkeley Square to Mount Street, and Grosvenor Square, follow the Art in Mayfair Sculpture Trail and discover new and existing artworks by internationally acclaimed artists.
From New to Old Bond Street, Hanover Square and Berkeley Square to Mount Street, and Grosvenor Square, follow the Art in Mayfair Sculpture Trail and discover new and existing artworks across Mayfair.
Sphelix by Johnny Hawkes, and No 196 Boy with Shark, by Mario Dilitz both presented by Sladmore and Coset by Kalliopi Lemos, presented by Gazelli Art House, pop-up on Bond Street alongside the permanent works by Lawrence Holofcener, Elisabeth Frink, and Henry Moore.
Mayfair's elegant garden squares are the perfect setting to showcase exceptional works by Internationally acclaimed artists. Hanover Square is now home to a major new permanent work by Irish-born American-based artist Sean Scully RA entitled Landline, and Berkeley Square becomes the temporary home to Barry Flanagan's epically proportioned Large Nijinski on Anvil Point presented by Waddington Custot. Meanwhile, in Grosvenor Square, visitors are treated to four incredible artworks by French conceptual artist Bernar Venet, best known for his sculptures in steel that appear to defy gravity.
Three Indeterminate Lines, 218.5° Arc x 21, 12 Acute Unequal Angles, and Indeterminate Line presented by Waddington Custot will be shown within the gardnes square through to the end of August.
Download the Art in Mayfair Sculpture Trail Map or scan the QR code to listen to the Audio Trail on SMARTIFY to learn more about the artists and their work.