Every Wednesday I’m posting a photograph which highlights the whimsical nature of London. As a tour guide, I get to see a lot of astonishing things while researching my walks and I will use this blog series as a means of sharing these sights with you.
Hidden away from the hustle and bustle of Piccadilly, the Economist Plaza is one of my favourite spaces to discover public art in London. Used as a temporary exhibition space by St James’s resident art galleries, I was delighted to encounter three large-scale sculptures made by Eduardo Paolozzi during my last visit. Exhibited by Bowman Sculpture, the artwork depicted here is known as ‘Trishula’ and was made by the artist in 1966.