Gratitude is a spectacular public art installation, created by global public art producers Wild in Art, which honours and pays tribute to the ongoing courage and dedication of NHS Staff and all key workers during the pandemic and captures the extraordinary experiences that have connected us through these most challenging of times
Free to visit, the exhibition has been curated in partnership with creative ambassador Dame Zandra Rhodes and consists of 51 sculptures, all designed by professional artists and designers from across the UK.
Flanked by mirrors, Gratitude creates infinite reflections of the stunning artwork highlighting the endless dedication of all key workers, and enables visitors to become part of an immersive experience and reflecting the contributions of the entire population.
You can visit Gratitude at Southwark Cathedral from 1 - 10 October 2021 as it comes to its final destination after visiting Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh.
In autumn 2021, the sculptures will be auctioned with substantial proceeds donated to NHS Charities Together (Registered Charity Number 1186569), which supports the NHS, including its hospitals, ambulance services, community and mental healthcare providers and vital partnerships.
Gratitude has been created by Wild in Art who also produced the hugely successful Olympic and Paralympic Mascot Trails in London in 2012 and the Year of the Bus sculpture trail in 2014.
Dates and Times (1 October - 10 October)
Monday - Friday: 09:45 - 16:45 (last entry 16:00)
Saturday: 10:00 - 16.45 (last entry 16:00)
Sunday: 12:30 - 16:45 (last entry 16:00)
Please book your visit in advance via Eventbrite here
Gratitude London is supported by a host of businesses and organisations who have generously sponsored the project.