Summer Art Map

Download your essential guide to an unmissable season of public art across London

The London Summer Art Map, co-produced for the first time by Art Fund, Art on the Underground, Frieze, the Mayor of London and Sculpture in the City, is your essential guide to an unmissable season of public art across the capital.
 
Pick up a copy from any Zone 1 tube station, or download your digital copy here.
 

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David Shrigley's project at Tottenham Court Road Underground Station to launch the Summer Art Map. Photo: Benedict Johnson.

David Shrigley's project at Tottenham Court Road Underground Station to launch the Summer Art Map. Photo: Benedict Johnson.

 
The map highlights free public art in London this summer with over 40 art works commissioned by Art on the Underground, The Fourth Plinth and works exhibited in Frieze Sculpture and Sculpture in the City, picking out public artworks across the city from Regents Park to Trafalgar Square to the Square Mile.
 

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David Shrigley, Really Good (2017), Fourth Plinth

David Shrigley, Really Good (2017), Fourth Plinth

 
The map also includes five permanent artworks on display in Tube stations across the Capital and is accompanied by a text by Louisa Buck, writer and broadcaster on contemporary art.
 

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Beauty < Immortality, Langlands & Bell, Piccadilly Circus station, 2016, Photo: Thierry Bal, © TFL

Beauty < Immortality, Langlands & Bell, Piccadilly Circus station, 2016, Photo: Thierry Bal, © TFL

 

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Alicja Kwade, Big Be-Hide (2017), kamel mennour, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photo by Stephen White

Alicja Kwade, Big Be-Hide (2017), kamel mennour, Frieze Sculpture 2017. Photo by Stephen White

 
Audiences are invited to share images of their art experiences using the Summer Art Map, with the hashtag #SummerArtMap - upload a photo to Instagram anytime before 28 September and be in to win tickets to Frieze London and Frieze Masters, a David Shrigley 'Really Good' miniature, an annual National Art Pass, a subscription to frieze magazine, limited-edition prints by David Shrigley, Jeremy Deller, Samara Scott, Mark Titchner and Alexandre da Cunha plus an Art on the Underground Tote Bag
 
 
 

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