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What is Broadgate

Broadgate is a 32-acre central London neighbourhood; a diverse community where innovation meets finance and a public arena for new food, retail and culture.


The number of people who visit Broadgate each year to work, shop, drink and dine


Built around its public squares, Broadgate comes alive with a year-round programme of over 100 events


Our investment
into the future
of Broadgate

Art at Broadgate

Step into the Broadgate neighbourhood and uncover an adventure in art. From a leaping hare and a giant winking lady to a Cubist legend and a towering piece of steel in which you become the subject, art is part of our DNA.

Designed to energise every day and inspire creativity, our art collection is carefully curated around our public spaces extending into the lobbies of buildings across the neighbourhood. Capturing the imagination of viewers and visitors, take our Art Trail or simply explore London’s most diverse and welcoming art gallery.


Lincolm Seligman (born 1950, UK) Mixed Media, 1991 Great Eastern Railway


Morag Myerscough (born 1963, UK) Ceramic tiles, 2019

Bellerophon Taming Pegasus

Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973, Lithuania) Patinated bronze, 1966 Finsbury Avenue

Broadgate Venus

Fernando Botero (born 1932, Colombia) Patinated bronze, 1989

Ceramic Sculpture

Joan Gardy Artigas (born 1938, Spain) Ceramic, 1990

East End Venus

Jim Dine (born 1935, US) Patinated bronze in two parts, 1989 Lobby at 155 Bishopsgate

Leaping Hare on Crescent Bell

Barry Flanagan RA (1941-2009, UK) Patinated bronze, 1988

Ganapathi and Devi

Stephen Cox RA (born 1946, UK) Granite, 1988

Around Broadgate

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