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Artists produce work for London hoarding boards

Artists produce work for London hoarding boards

In June 2010 to coincide with the building of UCLH Foundation Trust's new Cancer Centre, UCLH Arts commissioned fifteen artists to create work on the theme of well being. For the next year and a half these works will decorate the external hoarding of the Cancer Centre as it is being built.

The fifteen artists who created work for the project were Adam Bridgland, Adam Hayes, Fiona Hepburn, Matthew Green, Andrew Curtis, Tom Leighton, Lucy Gough, Edd Pearman, Anthony Burrill, Sarah Bridgland, Jack Kettlewell, Abigail Hunt and Kieren Reed, Erica Donovan, Jess Wilson and Jane Ward.

All the artworks will be created into limited edition prints that will form part of the permanent art collection within the Cancer Centre once completed in 2011. For further information about Art at UCLH or the commissions please contact Arts Curator, Guy Noble: guy.noble@uclh.nhs.uk


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