19 March 2018

Censored Stations Of The Cross Exhibition Curator Ben Moore Goes Public

I was honoured and surprised when Revd Jonathan Evens invited me to curate a ‘Stations of the Cross’ Group Exhibition at St. Stephen Walbrook, a Christopher Wren church based in the heart of the city of London.

14 March 2018

Controversial Stations Of The Cross Exhibition Set To Open Without Censorship

A  sculpture by the ‘Street” artist Ryan Callanan, who goes under the pseudonym of RYCA has been moved by St Stephens Walbrook

28 May 2017

Mark Dean Projects Stations of the Cross Videos On Henry Moore Altar

Over the Easter period, St Stephen Walbrook, was involved in Stations 2017, a two-part artwork based on the Stations of the Cross and the Stations of the Resurrection.

9 April 2017

Stations of the Cross Video Works Exhibited At St Stephen Walbrook

St Stephen Walbrook, an important church in the City of London designed by Christopher Wren in 1672, accommodates the first classical dome to have been built in England and was Wren’s prototype for St Paul’s Cathedral. This architectural relationship provides a physical and interpretive context for the premiere of new work by Mark Dean and Lizzi Kew Ross & Co, in two […]

20 February 2015

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Pete Doherty Sculpture Finally Unveiled At Stations Of The Cross Exhibition

Artlyst was at the opening of the exhibition ‘Stations Of The Cross’ in Marylebone Parish Church, the historic 200 year old church designed by Thomas Hardwick, featuring the work of 20 London based artists depicting the Passion of Christ. It is the second ‘Stations Of The Cross’ exhibition curated by Ben Moore in support of […]

27 February 2014

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Stations of the Cross Curator To Carry 8ft Wooden Cross For Arts Sake

Artist and curator Ben Moore will carry an 8 foot tall wooden cross 8 miles from Barons Court across Hyde Park to St.Marylebone parish Church where it will be installed for the exhibition Stations of the Cross. The performance titled ‘Crossing Over’ will be filmed and presented as a piece of video art in the […]

20 February 2014

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Stations Of The Cross Explored In New Art Below Exhibition

Art Below will be presenting an exhibition of 20 established and emerging artists depicting representations of the Passion of Christ in London’s St.Marylebone’s Parish Church for 40 days, in support of the Missing Tom Fund. The works will also be on display to the public on billboard space across major London Underground Stations.   JOHAN […]

29 March 2013

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New Banksy Style Stations Of The Cross Mural Appears For Easter

A new Banksy style mural located in the London Bridge area has been unveiled for Easter. Already nicknamed, ‘The Stations of the Cross’ the mural shows Christ carrying the cross while police taser him and the paparazzi photograph him, in his suffering. This work of art definitely shares the hallmarks of a genuine Banksy, however […]