Kensington and Chelsea

Kensington and Chelsea Art Week's Public Art Trail; Various locations; Until August

Kensington + Chelsea Art Week (KCAW) is delighted to present its seventh annual Public Art Trail, on display throughout the summer. An unmissable highlight on London’s summer culture calendar, the Art Trail features world-class sculpture, installations, and murals throughout the borough inspired by this year’s curatorial theme Changing Landscapes.

Located across nine zones, the Art Trail takes up residence at some of West London’s most beautiful and iconic sites, including Duke of York Square, Sloane Street, Royal Avenue on the King’s Road, Earl’s Court, North Kensington, Holland Park, High Street Kensington, and Knightsbridge.

The 2024 Public Art Trail will be the largest to date, comprising twenty-five sculptures from a host of esteemed artists with collaborations from The Serpentine Gallery, Grow2Know and award-winning public artists Gillie and Marc.

The final line-up for 2024 includes Yoni Alter, Gillie & Marc, Charlotte Colbert, Julian Wild, Matthias Neumann, Grow2Know, Simone Brewster, Annie Trevorah, Amy Jackson, Gus Farnes and Egor Zigura with further programme highlights including a festival in collaboration with charity partners Youth Action Alliance.

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