Broadgate houses an impressive art collection by acclaimed British and international artists.
Creative, confident and cosmopolitan, these modern masterpieces are accessible to all.
Continuing indoors, paintings, tapestries and other pieces are enjoyed by people in our buildings every day. Pick up a Broadgate Art Trail leaflet from the Broadgate Welcome Centre or download one here and start exploring today.
“Broadgate offers fantastic opportunities for us all to enjoy works of art by celebrated and varied artists. Often employed within our award winning community projects, this is not art as wallpaper and we see, time and time again, that pieces displayed in this way can be truly inspirational for those working and living in and around Broadgate.”
Monolithic in scale and semi abstract in style, these works make reference to torso forms.
This new vibrant piece of public art provides a prominent gateway to Broadgate.
Rush Hour resonates with most of us - it's the end of the day and we want to get home.
Stay after dark to see the changing floor of colour.
This tangle of forms seems to stand precariously on its pedestal.
Without doubt, the art equivalent of Marmite, people tend to either love Fulcrum or hate it.
Here at Broadgate, this gravity defying hare energises and lifts the spirit.
Look upwards to see the graduated colours of the overhead beams.
These massive, wall mounted bronze torsos were inspired by the Venus de Milo.
This carefully balanced composition gives hints of architecture, cloud, sky and foliage.
This towering sculpture made from brightly coloured strips of steel is an abstract sketch of a face.
Colour eclipse exploits the strength and beauty of glass under enormous compression.
This characteristically Catalan, hand painted, tiled sculpture soars several stories.
Reclining at the heart of Broadgate, this polished bronze nude overlooks Liverpool St Station
This Japanese inspired water feature is a feast for the eyes and a delight for the ears.
Cool restraint and original technique created paintings that can give visitors a sense of déjà vu.
These three wool tapestries are packed full of bold, colourful geometric shapes.
Corberó’s family members evoke a range of human feelings we all share.