Mars: War & Peace by Luke Jerram

Famous UK artist, Luke Jerram’s newest monumental installation, Mars: War & Peace is now on display at St John the Baptist Church and is completely free to visit.



? Mars: War & Peace by Luke Jerram | ?️ Book your time slot on the St John Baptist Church’s website| Free to visit until 30th July | #lukejerram #lukejerrammars #marsinstallation #planetmars #freeexhibitionlondon #urbanadventures #londonadventures

♬ Interstellar (Main Theme) – Random Piano


As part of Kensington and Chelsea Festival (1 July – 31 August 2023), Mars: War & Peace will appear at three different venues:

  1. St John the Baptist Church W14 8AH (22 – 30 July)
  2. All Saints’ Church W11 1JS (31 July – 8 August)
  3. Jubilee Square, Kensington Town Hall W8 7NX (10 – 13 August)

Book your time slot on Eventbite.


About Mars: War & Peace Installation


Mars: War & Peace installation is 7 metres in diameter and is a 1:1 million-scale sculpture. This means, each centimetre on the spherical sculpture represents 10 kilometres of the surface of the Red Planet.

The artwork is a 120dpi detailed NASA imagery of the surface of the Mars transporting visitors to discover deserted wastelands, craters, volcanos, and valleys in a perfect detail.

[Photos: Urban Adventurer]


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