Andy Burgess for NICU
Zone 8 - Old Chelsea + King’s Rd
Please avoid visiting the hospital for anything other than medical reasons
As part of an exciting partnership between the award-winning CW+ Arts in Health programme and the internationally acclaimed Cynthia Corbett Gallery, leading British/Arizona based artist Andy Burgess is creating a series of site-specific artworks for the new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London. Known for his dramatic and colourful architectural scenes, Burgess will be working in close collaboration with the NICU team, reminiscing on the hospital’s neighbourhoods and its iconic views, sights and buildings to create contemporary designs in his unique, geometric, Modernistic style for the new Critical Care unit.
CW+ have also acquired two artworks by Andy Burgess through the Cynthia Corbett Gallery. Wexler Steel House – Zig Zag Roof, 2017 and Modern House II, 2020 are now in the NICU waiting area, offering a much needed sense of calm and visual distraction to parents and relatives.