London’s Mayfair has a number of permanent art installations that can be viewed all year round. You just need to know where to look. 🙂
The above piece can be found on Bruton Lane, positioned high on the side of a building. Reaching for the trolley containing some recognisable items such as wine and a necklace, the artist is highlighting a darker side to being consumed by luxury.
Installed on the façade of Burlington House, this figure conveys the idea of a human as a work in progress.
Found at 153, New Bond Street, Moore thought the screen should look like it was part of the architecture since it is part of the building, but also for the sculptures to project from it as if they were escaping.
Found at the corner of New Bond Street and Burlington Gardens, this statue is one of the very few contemporary public sculptures in London that seems to be liked and appreciated by the public.
Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill sit on a bench on Bond Street, albeit in bronze, making you pause for a moment to think about history and how lucky we are to be able to live in a free and democratic country.