The Line opens to the public

May 20 2015 — by Karina Armburg Jennings
Completions | Events
The Line, a world-class sculpture walk in East London, will be launching to the public on Saturday 23rd May.

The Line links the O2 with the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, broadly following the Meridian Line, and will feature up to 30 sculptures along its length, including:
• Work No.700 by Martin Creed
• DNA DL90 by Abigail Fallis
• Sensation by Damien Hirst
• Liberty Grip by Gary Hume
• Vulcan by Sir Eduardo Paolozzi
• Network by Thomas J Price
• Consolidator #654321 by Sterling Ruby
• Here by Thomson & Craighead
• Untitled (The Thing) by Piotr Uklanski

We have been working closely with the design team to provide a complimentary lighting design for the sculptures.

The Line was conceived by contemporary art dealer Megan Piper and urban regeneration expert Clive Dutton OBE, and is being supported by Curator Carolyn H. Miner; architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners; engineers AKT II; project Managers Buro Four; Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger; and Chairman Emeritus of the Serpentine galleries, Lord Palumbo.