A public art trail and interactive events will be introduced across Chelsea for Kensington and Chelsea Art Weekend.

This October, Chelsea will welcome two large-scale installations on Sloane Square and Duke of York Square as part of a public art trail for Kensington and Chelsea Art Week. The pieces join a series of events and installations taking place across the neighbourhood for a week-long celebration of the cultural heritage of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.

Highlights include a pop-up art photography exhibition by local photographer Alison Jackson, displaying portraits depicting "a day in a the life of lockdown" and a series of 3D installations across the neighbourhood.

Created by a London design collective toystudio, "In Bloom" is a majestic large-scale geometric sculpture and light installation, which will be in situ on Sloane Square for the full week.

Duke of York Square is set to welcome "Through", an interactive walk-through glass installation by British artist Liz West. The multi-coloured structure exudes positivity through the rainbow colours that have become synonymous with hope in recent months and is a bright and fun addition to Duke of York Square.

The public art trails and interactive events for Kensington and Chelsea Art Week take place between 1 to 10 October.