New works by one of Britain's most dynamic sculptors are on display across London's Victorian museum heartland.
One of London's most iconic public spaces, Exhibition Road recently reopened in full following a two-year, £25m redevelopment project. This exhibition sees the space transformed into a sculpture park for a major exhibition of monumental sculptures by Liverpool-born, Germany-based artist Tony Cragg.
The exhibition spans across both the newly pedestrianised road and its flanking institutions, the Natural History and Victoria & Albert Museums. The new works are predominantly bronzes, although the exhibition also features pieces crafted from stone, wood and other materials.