The King’s Cross Project

An art programme for London

The King’s Cross Project is a programme of art commissions for both the buildings and the public spaces of King’s Cross. In June 2016, Tamsin Dillon and Rebecca Heald were appointed as the new curators at King’s Cross. Working in a three year scope, they are heading up The King’s Cross Project, an ambitious plan for art commissions across the 67 acre neighbourhood.

New commissions to date are No.700 Reflectors by Rana Begum, Aleppo at King’s Cross by Tess Jaray, Does the Iterative Fit by Tatham O’Sullivan, Almost Everybody by Tobias Rehberger, Zanzibar by Céline Condorelli, Rhapsody in Four Colours by Rasheed Araeen and Semaphores by Amalia Pica.

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