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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December 3, 2018

Fujiko Nakaya’s Fog: “The fact that it disappears is what I like most.”

To mark 10 years of Lumiere, we’re revisiting some of the artists featured in the festival, starting with Fujiko Nakaya and her spectacular fog sculptures. … Read More

November 29, 2018

Development Co-ordinator

Artichoke Trust, one of the UK’s leading producers in outdoor arts events is seeking a bright, highly motivated Development Co-ordinator to join our London-based team. We are at the outset of one of our most ambitious campaigns yet: this role is an opportunity to use creative thinking, self-motivation and relationship development… Read More

November 14, 2018

Art on the Underground – Linder’s Bower of Bliss

This week we went to visit artist Linder’s Public Art on the Underground commission, which has transformed Southwark station. … Read More

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

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