Artichoke works with artists to create extraordinary and ambitious public art in cities, the countryside and on coastlines around the UK.

We have created some of the most celebrated outdoor art in recent times, including the Lumiere light festivals, The Sultan’s Elephant, Antony Gormley’s One & Other Fourth Plinth commission and Temple.

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May 5, 2020

Lockdown Library: What Artichokers are reading…

This week we asked our team what books are on their lockdown reading lists. Ranging from fiction and travel writing to poetry and recipes, here are the 14 books we’ve selected to inspire, challenge and comfort while you’re confined at home due to Covid-19. Read More

Police man smiling in the foreground and Alan Jacobi standing behind smiling.
April 14, 2020

Alan Jacobi: a tribute

Artichoke wants to pay tribute to Alan Jacobi, LVO, who died on 13th April 2020. AJ, through his company, Unusual, was responsible for the technical delivery of some of Artichoke’s most challenging projects. … Read More

Geometric structure illuminated in monochrome light.
March 24, 2020

On This Day: Revisiting Apollo 50 by Mader Wiermann

On this day exactly one year ago, as part of County Durham’s Year of Culture, we transformed Victor Pasmore’s Apollo Pavilion in Peterlee. Read More

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As a registered charity, Artichoke’s events are entirely dependent on additional funding from individuals and organisations.

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London 1666, David Best, London’s Burning, a festival of arts and ideas for Great Fire 350. Produced by Artichoke. Photo by Matthew Andrews