We are ecstatic to unveil our Terrace wires public art installation, The Interpretation of Movement (a 9:8 in blue), 2017, by Royal Academician Conrad Shawcross.
We are excited to announce the artist for Terrace Wires 2017!
Two pupils from Drayton Park Primary School in Highbury have been named as the winners of the 2016 St Pancras International Terrace Wires in the Community art competition.
We are extremely excited to work with the Royal Academy of Arts again on another year of the Terrace Wires public sculpture programme.
We are extremely pleased to announce that Royal Academician and architect Ron Arad will be the 2016 artist for our Terrace Wires public sculpture series.
Following the launch of Cornelia Parker RA’s One More Time in May, the station has been working with local schools across London and Kent for the Terrace Wires in the Community art project [...]
We are extremely thrilled to announce that for the third year of our Terrace Wires public sculpture series, we’ve partnered with the Royal Academy of Arts to commission this year’s installation.
The first artwork, selected as part of the four year partnership with the leading arts institution, will be by British artist and Royal Academician Cornelia Parker [...]
Since announcing Drayton Park Primary School as the winner of this year’s Terrace Wires in the Community art project the children of Venus class have been brushing up their knowledge of artist, David Batchelor and his use of colour ahead of a very special class this week.
Following the launch of David Batchelor’s Chromolocomotion in April the winner of the Terrace Wires in the Community art project has been announced after being selected by David and HS1 Ltd. CEO Nicola Shaw.
It’s finally here - today marks the launch of the second year in our hotly anticipated Terrace Wires art programme!
The unveiling of the next Terrace Wires art installation is now one month away and promises to stop the station’s visitors in their tracks as they look up.
This week saw Cloud: Meteoros artist Lucy Orta and HS1 CEO Nicola Shaw judge the entries to the first Terrace Wires in the Community art project.
From spring 2014, passengers will be bathed in a sea of colour by David Batchelor’s new momentous artwork, Chromolocomotion, as the station bids a fond farewell to its Clouds. HS1 Ltd has announced David Batchelor as the second artist to front its public art programme – Terrace Wires.
Cloud: Meteoros artist Lucy Orta shares her thoughts on how public art can be used as a medium to express aspirations and problems with society on Huffington Post.
Today saw St Pancras International host a whole day of theatrical dance performances inspired by the station’s Terrace Wires art project and its current installation Cloud: Meteoros. The performance was created by Combination Dance’s Artistic Director Anne-Marie Smalldon to mark the station’s farewell to the first piece of suspended artwork created by Lucy + Jorge Orta.
Controversy and excitement have surrounded the unveiling of the latest Fourth Plinth installation – Hahn/Cock by German sculptor Katharina Fritsch. In creating a platform to encourage conversation and debate around free art, strong opinions have formed among the general public and the arts world, cementing the city’s status as an art and culture hub across the globe.
Terrace Wires installation, Cloud: Meteoros, has been named as one of the coolest pieces of outdoor art in London by Startle, Forbes Travel Guide's luxury lifestyle blog.
The public and media alike have responded with a combination of awe and excitement to the first installation in the Terrace Wires series.
Today marks the unveiling of an enormous piece of public art at one of Europe’s most loved buildings, St Pancras International. Cloud: Meteoros by Lucy + Jorge Orta is the first of three pieces of public art to fill the momentous space left by Olympic Rings.
St Pancras International is proud to be the home of some specially commissioned pieces of Art.