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Work by some of Mexico’s most admired modern sculptors is on display in London for the first time in a free exhibition of Mexican contemporary art taking place in the lobby at One Canada Square.

Eye catching works will also feature in prominent locations across London such as Bank Street and Canary Wharf Estate, to celebrate Mexico-UK Dual Year 2015 in an event supported by the Mexican embassy.

Canada Square is home to some smaller works, including a collection to be installed in outdoor spaces across London. The collection of works will represent Mexico’s best-known sculptors spanning many decades, as part of Canary Wharf’s sculpture at work exhibition programme.

The works represent generations between the 1940s and 1970s and aim to present pieces that encourage public reflection of different aspects of the contemporary human condition.

The project also aims to showcase large-scale sculptures designed specifically for public spaces.

Lobby, One Canada Square, London E14 5AB, Monday 24 August – Friday 11 September (Monday to Friday 5.30am-midnight; Saturday and Sunday 7am-11.30pm).

 


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