The King’s Cross Project, 2015-ongoing

King's Cross
Aleppo at King's Cross
No. 700 Reflectors
Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan
Céline Condorelii, Zanzibar, 2018


Photograph: John Sturrock

Tess Jaray, Aleppo at King's Cross, 2016. Photograph: Mark Blower

Rana Begum, No. 700 Reflectors, 2016. Photograph: Anthony Upton

Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan, DOES THE ITERATIVE FIT, 2017 Photograph: John Sturrock

Céline Condorelii, Zanzibar, 2018-ongoing. Photorgaph: Thierry Bal

Rasheed Araeen, Rhapsody in Four Colours, 2018. Photograph: Edmund Sumner


Photograph: John Sturrock

Tess Jaray, Aleppo at King's Cross, 2016. Photograph: Mark Blower

Rana Begum, No. 700 Reflectors, 2016. Photograph: Anthony Upton

Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan, DOES THE ITERATIVE FIT, 2017 Photograph: John Sturrock

Céline Condorelii, Zanzibar, 2018-ongoing. Photorgaph: Thierry Bal

Rasheed Araeen, Rhapsody in Four Colours, 2018. Photograph: Edmund Sumner


The King’s Cross Project is an ambitious programme of art commissions for the buildings and the public spaces of King’s Cross.

Following extensive study of the 67-acre site, to date it has included new, large-scale, embedded artworks by Tess Jaray, Rana Begum, Joanne Tatham and Tom O’Sullivan, Tobias Rehberger, Céline Condorelli, and Rasheed Araeen, with other projects to be announced soon.