From Monday 29th October to Sunday 11th November, 11 stunning art installations will be exhibited around Canary Warf in this year’s Remembrance Art Trail.
The exhibition, which is in association with The Royal British Legion, has been created by the artist Mark Humphrey to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War.
The Poppy Factory will be holding a charity pop-up stand at this year’s Trail on Friday 2nd November. As well as informing members of the public about the Trail, volunteers and staff will be raising awareness of our work supporting veterans with health conditions into meaningful, life-changing employment.
The eleven locations of the exhibition are as follows:
- Lost Armies, Jubilee Park
- Lost Soldiers, Montgomery Square
- Jutland Capsule, Art Window Gallery, Canada Place
- Life Blossoms Again, Design Window Gallery, Canada Place
- Brothers in Arms, Crossrail Place Roof Garden
- ANA (Army, Navy & Airforce) Triptych, Adams Plaza
- Fallen Soldier, Cabot Square
- Nick Beighton Part 1 (Trauma To Champion: Windows Of The Soul) Hepatych, 2017-2018, lobby, One Canada Square
- Nick Beighton Part 2 (Tragedy To Triumph: Metamorphosis Of Life) Pentatych, 2017-2018, lobbby, One Canada Square
- Every One Remembered, Jubilee Plaza
- Point of Everyman’s Land, West Wintergarden
Find out more about the locations of the installation of the Trail.