British Land unveils new public art at Regent’s Place

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A SPECIALLY commissioned piece of art that is 14metres tall has been unveiled by British Land for their Regent’s Place development.

“Pecking Bird” is by Turner prize-nominated Gary Hume and will be located on the corner of Brock Street and Hampstead Road at the mixed use development in London.

It is the first piece of public art created by the Kent-born artist. Chris Grigg, Chief Executive of British Land, said:

“We have always sought to create a diverse, interactive environment at Regent’s Place and public art has been a big part of that. To have a permanent installation from a world-renowned artist such as Gary is a real coup for us, and we think it will capture the imagination and interest of the people living, working or passing through London’s West End.”

Regent’s Place is British Land’s landmark West End asset and occupied by nearly 12,000 workers and residents.

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