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Sculpture series for the Radisson Edwardian Hotel London - made of semi-transparent steel panel

‘VENUS’ and ‘VENIS’ 2007

Wall-mounted steel torso panel sculptures for guest rooms
Radisson Edwardian Hotel
Providence Wharf, London, UK
Available panel sculpture

Location Radisson Edwardian, New Providence Wharf, London, UK
Fairmont Avenue, London, E14 9PQ adjacent to Ontario Tower, currently the tallest residential building in Canary Wharf, London

Commission by developers Radisson Edwardian at Canary Wharf, London, directly opposite London’s O2 Arena (formerly Millennium Dome), and Ballymore Properties for a 1m x 1m niche in each guest room.
The edition features two separate images (female and male body torsos) in three different colour finishes respective to specific interiors.
VENUS‘ and ‘VENI‘ (2007) SERIES is a wall-mounted edition of metal mesh steel panel sculptures (limited edition of 170 sculptures purchased as a permanent complete collection, each artwork signed and numbered by the artist.
See available wall-mounted or suspended steel panel sculptures
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Public examples

St. Mary, Wherwell Chilbolton, UK
Millennium Dome, London
Manangel, Birmingham
Shrine of Walsingham, UK
Wimbledon Centre Court Building, UK
‘Figure & Fountain‘, London


Natural History Museum, London
International Slavery Museum, Liverpool
Galleria Nazionali de Arte Moderna, Rome
Museum Beelden an Zee, The Netherlands
Court of Justice, Almelo, The Netherlands
National Gallery Canberra, Australia
Nickel Arts Museum, Calgary, USA

Corporate and Private Acquisition Examples

8 Northumberland, London
British Consulate-General Shanghai
Cannon Gym
Eric and Jean Cass Collection
Coloplast Ltd.
Conning Asset Management, London
Hanover Grange
Heron Corporation
Hyatt Hotel Group
Jumeirah Hotel Group
Le Royal Meridien
Mews of Mayfair
Radisson Hotel / Edwardian Hotel
Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines
My sculptures have no palpable substance or surface. At first glance they appear to be a metallic membrane but when you take a closer look they are not even a skin. They are in fact a delineation of surface and form, modelled and drawn in three-dimensional space.
David Begbie