This marks the latest installation of the Love and Peace Campaign, following the sculpture’s inimitable preview at the 101st RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014. At that event, Ana Tzarev became the first artist ever to be invited by RHS to exhibit at the entrance for one of the most significant events in their calendar.
Love & Peace is an on-going global sculpture exhibition initiated by Ana Tzarev in 2012. To date the sculptures have visited over ten cities worldwide including London, Beijing, Singapore, New York, and Venice during the 55th Biennale.
Love & Peace is inspired by Tzarev's belief that art speaks a universal language, one capable of being understood and appreciated by everybody, everywhere. At present there are five Love & Peace sculptures on display across the globe. The sculpture exhibition is set to continue through 2017.