The iconic sculpture, Hand of God, created by internationally renowned Italian artist, Lorenzo Quinn, is on display at London’s Royal Exchange.
The aluminium Hand of God sculpture, measuring 385 centimetres, weighing 370 kg and standing at 170 centimetres tall, will take pride of place in Castle Fine Art, Royal Exchange, to celebrate the gallery’s expansion in one of the city’s most famous landmarks.
The sculpture is available to view free of charge at the grand entrance of the Royal Exchange, situated at the top of the steps before entering the building. Castle Fine Art, Royal Exchange is positioned inside the courtyard, the central area of the building, where a selection of artists’ collections are on display including Ronnie Wood and Bob Dylan.
The Hand of God installed by Castle Fine Art, Royal Exchange is available to see now and the gallery is open Monday to Friday between 10.00am and 7.30pm. The nearest tube station is Bank.