City of Sculpture comes to West End Ward


A giant spinal sculpture, with twenty-four female torsos taking the place of curved vertebrae, has been installed in Cavendish Square today.

Cast in bone-coloured resin, Core Femme by Jill Berelowitz is the latest addition to Westminster City Council's City of Sculpture Festival. The works of art look to transform the West End into an open air gallery in the build up to the 2012 Olympic Games and Diamond Jubilee.


Core Femme is the seventh sculpture to have been installed, joining the likes of Bruce Denny's human sized sculptures in Soho Square, Lorenzo Quinn's Vroom Vroom features a vintage Fiat 500 being pushed by a giant child's hand on Park Lane and the Jelly Baby Sculpture in Marble Arch.

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