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Bridging Home, London
Bridging Home, London

© Do Ho Suh, Courtesy of the artist; Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong and Seoul; Victoria Miro, London/Venice. Photo credit: Gautier Deblonde, courtesy of Sculpture in the City

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'Bridging Home, London', 2018 by Do Ho Suh is an ambitious commission, a UK premiere, installed on the footbridge over Wormwood Street – one of the busiest roads in the City of London, near Liverpool Street.

Sculpture in the City

London

Title

Bridging Home, London

Date

2018

Medium

steel, plywood, softwood, PVC & paint finishes

Accession number

EC2M_SITC_BRID

Acquisition method

on loan to Sculpture in the City, 9th Edition, 2019–2020

Work type

Sculpture

Owner

Unlimited Productions Ltd (Art Night 2017)

Custodian

Sculpture in the City

Installation start date

2018

Installation end date

2020

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at all times

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London, Greater London England

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