Elisabeth Frink, Horse and Rider, Bond Street

Frink’s Bronze equestrian sculpture shows a man riding naked on a horse, with no equipment. The artist described her work, which is part of an edition of three (another is located in Winchester) as an ‘ageless symbol of man and horse’. To mark the new entrance of the Royal Academy of Arts in 2018, Horse and Rider was moved to the Town Square on Bond Street.

Elisabeth Frink, Horse and Rider, Bond Street

Frink’s Bronze equestrian sculpture shows a man riding naked on a horse, with no equipment. The artist described her work, which is part of an edition of three (another is located in Winchester) as an ‘ageless symbol of man and horse’. To mark the new entrance of the Royal Academy of Arts in 2018, Horse and Rider was moved to the Town Square on Bond Street.

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Daniel Buren, Diamonds and Circles, Tottenham Court Road station 

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