Damien Hirst's 'Anatomy of an Angel' will be on display in Victoria Quarter during Yorkshire Sculpture International festival 2019.
Yorkshire Sculpture International is the UK’s largest dedicated sculpture festival, a series of exhibitions, international commissions, events and learning programmes not seen on a scale anywhere else.
This first festival builds upon Yorkshire’s rich history as the birthplace of pioneering sculptors, including Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore, and as the home of this unique consortium of galleries and celebrated sculpture collections.
Yorkshire Sculpture International builds on the growing profile of Yorkshire as a cultural destination and on the cultural ambition behind the Leeds 2023 bid. Summer 2019 sees the launch of Yorkshire Sculpture International, and it is hoped that the festival will grow into a regularly recurring event. It is next planned to be part of Leeds 2023.