Chelsea College of Art and Design alumnus Mark Wallinger (Chelsea, 1981) has been selected as the winner of a £2 million public art commission to mark the building of Ebbsfleet International station in North Kent. Wallinger’s 50 metre high statue of a white stallion will be visible from the A2 and the Eurostar. He beat off competition from fellow alumni Richard Deacon (CSM, 1972) and Christopher le Brun (Chelsea, 1975), who were also shortlisted for the commission.
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