9 September 2016

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Bill Viola Unveils Second Installation At St Paul’s Cathedral London

The second permanent large-scale video installation created for St Paul’s Cathedral by the internationally acclaimed artist Bill Viola, has been inaugurated in the North Quire Aisle of the cathedral to coincide with the Feast of Mary. Mary has been conceived as a companion piece to Martyrs (Earth, Air, Fire, Water), which was unveiled in 2014.  Mary and Martyrs are the first moving-image […]

26 July 2016

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Bill Viola To Present Second Large-scale Video Installation At St Paul’s Cathedral

Bill Viola is to present Mary, the second permanent large-scale video installation for St Paul’s Cathedral in the North Quire aisle of the cathedral on 8 September 2016. This will coincide with the Feast of Mary. The video has been conceived as a companion piece to Martyrs (Earth, Air, Fire, Water) which was unveiled in the South Quire Aisle of the cathedral […]

25 April 2014

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Bill Viola Unveils Major New Installation At St Paul’s Cathedral

Bill Viola has unveiled a major new installation At St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Martyrs, has taken ten years to realise and is the first of two large-scale permanent video installations created by this internationally acclaimed artist. The was inaugurated in St Paul’s Cathedral on 21 May 2014. The installation is the first moving-image artwork […]

10 April 2014

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Gerry Judah Unveils WWI Remembrance Sculptures At St Paul’s Cathedral

Gerry Judah’s has unveiled his much anticipated twin sculptures in the nave of St Paul’s Cathedral. The work has been installed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World War.  Their white cruciform shapes evoking the meticulously maintained war graves of northern France and further afield, in fact represent an utterly […]

26 March 2014

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Gerry Judah Installation Commemorates Great War Centenary At St Paul’s Cathedral

A major new memorial installation of two original sculptures by internationally acclaimed artist, Gerry Judah (b.1951), will be erected as part of St Paul’s Cathedral’s programme to commemorate the 2014 centenary of the beginning of the Great War (1914 – 1918). The two white cruciform sculptures, each over six metres high, will be installed on […]

12 November 2013

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Shattered Shards: Symbolic Artwork At St Paul’s Cathedral Marks Remembrance Day

Artist and architectural designer Natasha Reid has created a temporary art intervention outside of London’s iconic St Paul’s cathedral in memory of the Blitz bombing which devastated the area but left Wren’s masterpiece miraculously untouched. The conceptual artwork, created from fragments of shattered plaster, was part of a London-wide event “Silent Cacophony” which saw over […]