This spring, Broadgate wants you to experience the world in a whole new way: from taking a second look at familiar spaces to re-examining the incredible nature of our human senses.
Inspired, we’ll be playing host to Hornby Tantra | Collaborative Works III : Proposals, an exploration of the creative collaboration between two London artists, Nick Hornby and Sinta Tantra until Friday 25 May. (Find out more about the artists here.)
The exhibition will be unfolding over different sites across the spring with a series of bright and bold sculptures made in 2013 and 2014, an exhibition of sketches and digital rendering.
Come and explore the nature of collaboration by two of the most dynamic – and acclaimed – artists working today.
Where and when to find them
12 March: 201 Bishopsgate, The Broadgate Tower and Exchange Square
201 Bishopsgate will be showcasing a series of brightly painted sculptures made between 2013 and 2014 while The Broadgate Tower is displaying a sequence of new works developed this year: sketches, digital renders and proposals, alongside a presentation of public art proposals and models, including Tantra’s 2017 Folkestone Triennial painted building and Hornby’s 2018 Harlow sculptural commission. Visitors can enjoy a solo sculpture by Nick Hornby situated within in Exchange Square.
3 April: Exchange House
A series of brightly painted sculptures made between 2013 and 2014.
To ensure ease of access on arrival please confirm your visit to The Broadgate Tower, 201 Bishopsgate and Exchange House via email to Rosie Glenn, Broadgate’s art curator (firstname.lastname@example.org). Viewings are available Monday to Friday between 10am-4pm. Weekend visits are by prior appointment only.
Collaborative Works III : Proposals has been produced and curated by Broadgate’s art curator, Rosie Glenn (rosieglenn.co.uk).
Photos by Luca Piffaretti