Wembley Park Art Trail
Visions of Home
Visions of Home
Launching in Summer 2022, 'Visions of Home', curated by Ukrainian-born artist and photographer Ira Lupu, consists of six major public realm artworks, that form part of our free Wembley Park Art Trail. On display until October 2022, 'Visions of Home' incorporates a variety of photographic artworks, murals, and digital artworks – all conveying powerful messages to raise awareness of just how the sense of home has been forever altered, from the perspective of Ukrainian artists. ‘Visions of Home’ gently celebrates this peaceful place of belonging as an inseparable concept that lives forever in the Ukrainian consciousness, using the urban landscape of Wembley Park, with careful consideration, as the canvas for art allows the viewer to absorb its power and beauty at every turn, in a subtle yet impactful way.
For ‘Visions of Home', Wembley Park is partnering with the charity fund Tvoya Opora, (meaning 'Your Support') which is currently fundraising to expand and improve the refugee shelter in Lviv, “Vse Bude Dobre” - “Everything Will Be Fine", – the most populated refugee camp in the country at present. Tvoya Opora is the shelter where Elena Subach & Helen Zhgir photographed much of the people featured in the exhibition.
Explore our art trail
Wander around Wembley Park and discover our vibrant pieces, interactive artworks and photo-worthy murals. Click to find out more about each of the art pieces.
There’s more outdoor art to savour as Wembley Park launches a brand spanking new art trail, featuring 15 installations by artists from around the world.
Spotlight on... In Ukraine: As My Heart Yearns
Curate by Ira Lupu, 'In Ukraine: As My Heart Yearns' is a continuation of an international photography series started in March 2022 showcasing Ukraine’s past and present and includes pastoral archival imagery and recent refugee portraiture by Yana Kononova, Ira Lupu, Paraska Plytka-Horyts it and Elena Subach and Helen Zhgir. It also features the work of internationally acclaimed documentary photographer Yelena Yemchuk.
Is the art trail free?
Yes! The art trail in Wembley Park is completely free
How long will the art trail take?
The art trail will take 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on your pace
Is it accessible?
Yes! The art trail and Wembley Park are both completely accessible
Where is the best place to start?
We recommend coming from Wembley Park tube station, however you can start wherever you want
How can I find out more about each piece?
You can find out more about each piece from selecting the artwork above.
Am I allowed to take photos?
Of course! Please take as many pictures as possible - and we'd love to see them using @wembleyparkldn or #WembleyPark
Is there anywhere I can get a coffee or some food to enjoy?
Are toilets open?
Yes! You can find toilets in London Designer Outlet and Brent Civic Centre
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