17 — 25 Sep 2022
Architecture / Landscape, Art / Collectibles
Art and ideas are around every turn at Greenwich Peninsula, from the Design District, to free exhibitions at the renowned NOW Gallery. Delve beyond Peninsula Square, and you’ll find The Tide, currently hosting Quick Tide, the latest installation by Felipe Pantone. We will guide you on an exciting public art trail.
The Tide is a 5KM walkway that will eventually join the seven districts of Greenwich Peninsula, once completed. Designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, in collaboration with Neiheiser Agyros, The Tide consists of a network of public spaces and embedded gardens. It continues to evolve, whilst connecting the Peninsula’s iconic landmarks. Providing a new outdoor destination for recreation, culture, and wellness, the first kilometre features a stunning elevated section that allows the visitor a unique riverside view in which to sit, linger and connect. The Tide currently hosts Quick Tide, the latest installation by Felipe Pantone. The expansive trail features a number of public art from some of the world’s most renowned artists including: Anthony Gormley, Quantum Cloud (The Line) Allen Jones, Head in the Wind Damien Hirst, The Mermaid Gary Hume, Liberty Grip (The Line) Richard Wilson, A Slice of Reality (The Line) Thomson and Craighead, Here (The Line) Alex Chinneck, A Bullet From a Shooting Star (The Line) Damien Hirst, Hydra and Kali Studio Morison, Seafood Disco Conrad Shawcross, The Optic Cloak 33, Studio Weave