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Art Everywhere returns for second run

Art Everywhere, the campaign that fills outdoor advertising sites with famous artwork, returns on Monday for a six-week run.

  • Gilbert George, Existers1984, Tate

    Gilbert George, Existers1984, Tate

  • Gillian Wearing, Signs that say what you want them to say and not Signs that say what someone else wants you to say I'M DESPERATE, 1992/1993, Tate 2

    Gillian Wearing, Signs that say what you want them to say and not Signs that say what someone else wants you to say I'M DESPERATE, 1992/1993, Tate 2

  • Grayson Perry, The Annunciation of the Virgin Deal, 2012, Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre London and British Council

    Grayson Perry, The Annunciation of the Virgin Deal, 2012, Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre London and British Council

  • Hans Holbein the Younger, A Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling (Anne Lovell-), 1526-8, National Gallery2

    Hans Holbein the Younger, A Lady with a Squirrel and a Starling (Anne Lovell-), 1526-8, National Gallery2

  • Ben Nicholson, 1940ÔÇô42 (two forms), 1942, Southampton City Art Gallery 3

    Ben Nicholson, 1940ÔÇô42 (two forms), 1942, Southampton City Art Gallery 3

  • Dame Laura Knight, Ruby Loftus screwing a Breech-ring, 1943, Imperial War Museums 2

    Dame Laura Knight, Ruby Loftus screwing a Breech-ring, 1943, Imperial War Museums 2

  • David Hockney, My Parents, 1977, Tate 2

    David Hockney, My Parents, 1977, Tate 2

  • Dora Carrington, Farm at Watendlath, 1921, Tate

    Dora Carrington, Farm at Watendlath, 1921, Tate

  • Edward Collier, Trompe l'oeil with Writing Materials, c.1702, Victoria and Albert Museum 2

    Edward Collier, Trompe l'oeil with Writing Materials, c.1702, Victoria and Albert Museum 2

  • Eileen Agar, Slow Movement, 1970, National Galleries of Scotland

    Eileen Agar, Slow Movement, 1970, National Galleries of Scotland

  • George Frederic Watts, Ellen Terry ('Choosing'), c.1864, National Portrait Gallery 2

    George Frederic Watts, Ellen Terry ('Choosing'), c.1864, National Portrait Gallery 2

  • Henry Moore, King and Queen, 1952ÔÇô3, cast 1957, Tate

    Henry Moore, King and Queen, 1952ÔÇô3, cast 1957, Tate

  • Ivon Hitchens, A River Pool, 1951, Nottingham City Museums and Galleries 2

    Ivon Hitchens, A River Pool, 1951, Nottingham City Museums and Galleries 2

  • John Constable, Study of Cirrus Clouds, c.1822, Victoria and Albert Museum

    John Constable, Study of Cirrus Clouds, c.1822, Victoria and Albert Museum

  • John Hoyland, Memory Mirror, 1981, Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

    John Hoyland, Memory Mirror, 1981, Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge

  • Julia Margaret Cameron, Iago (Study from an Italian), 1867, National Media Museum

    Julia Margaret Cameron, Iago (Study from an Italian), 1867, National Media Museum

  • Marc Quinn, Self, 2006, National Portrait Gallery 4

    Marc Quinn, Self, 2006, National Portrait Gallery 4

  • Michael Andrews, Melanie and Me Swimming, 1978-9, Tate

    Michael Andrews, Melanie and Me Swimming, 1978-9, Tate

  • Patrick Caulfield, Pottery, 1969, Tate 3

    Patrick Caulfield, Pottery, 1969, Tate 3

  • Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg, Coalbrookdale by Night, 1801, Science Museum

    Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg, Coalbrookdale by Night, 1801, Science Museum

  • Rose Wylie, Early Memory Series No.2 Doodle Bug, 1998, York Museums Trust

    Rose Wylie, Early Memory Series No.2 Doodle Bug, 1998, York Museums Trust

  • Stanhope Alexander Forbes, A Fish Sale on a Cornish Beach, 1885, Plymouth Museum & Art Gallery 2

    Stanhope Alexander Forbes, A Fish Sale on a Cornish Beach, 1885, Plymouth Museum & Art Gallery 2

  • William Blake, The Circle of the Lustful, 1824ÔÇô7, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

    William Blake, The Circle of the Lustful, 1824ÔÇô7, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

  • Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, Queen Elizabeth I (ÔÇÿThe Ditchley portraitÔÇÖ), c.1592, National Portrait Gallery

    Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, Queen Elizabeth I (ÔÇÿThe Ditchley portraitÔÇÖ), c.1592, National Portrait Gallery

  • Augustus Leopold Egg, The Travelling Companions, 1862, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 2

    Augustus Leopold Egg, The Travelling Companions, 1862, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 2

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Between 21 July and 31 August, billboards, bus shelters and other outdoor ad sites will display works from 25 artists including David Hockney, Grayson Perry and Henry Moore.

Outdoor media owners such as Clear Channel – including its premium brand Storm – Exterion Media, JCDecaux, Ocean Outdoor and Outdoor Plus have donated 30,000 outdoor sites for the campaign. It is estimated that 90 per cent of the UK population will have the opportunity to see some of the work.

In addition to outdoor sites, the artwork will also be displayed in screens in more than 1,000 Vue cinemas across the UK.

The artist Antony Gormley has also produced a digital art piece that is free to download as part of the campaign.

Members of the public selected the 25 works that will appear as part of Art Everywhere from a long list. More than 38,000 votes were lodged on Facebook as part of the process.

Richard Reed, one of the founders of the juice brand, Innocent, conceived the idea for Art Everywhere, which first ran in 2013 and has now been exported to the US.

Other partners for the UK campaign include 101, the Art Fund, Tate, Posterscope, Vizeum, Easyart and Facebook.

This article was first published on campaignlive.co.uk

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