Turner Prize artists, which include Grenville Davey, Anya Gallaccio, David Shrigley and Alison Wilding are among renowned sculptors displaying works in Canary Wharf.

This retrospective exhibition will be the largest display of The Multiple Store 3D commissions, also known as “multiples”, since it was established in 1998. The organisation, which is running the event, encourages and fosters a culture of collecting by commissioning new editions by British artists and offering them at accessible prices.

There will also be five large-scale sculptures displayed in Jubilee Park, all by artists with a multiple in One Canada Square , including Kenny Hunter’s monumental Black Swan.

The free exhibition will run until Friday, November 13, with Q&As from various artists held every Tuesday throughout October.

The Multiple Store cofounder and director Nicholas Sharp said: “Canary Wharf already has a great reputation for showing large-scale sculptures, and we will complement that by showing our ‘domestic-sized’ editions, many of which have been acquired by international museums and collections.

“All work is for sale, enabling new collectors to acquire high-quality work by major names in contemporary British art at reasonable prices. We look forward to meeting new collectors and art-lovers from among the Canary Wharf community as well as welcoming many of our existing collectors and friends in a dynamic new setting.”

Tuesday talks line up below:

  • October 6: Corinne Felgate, Simon Periton
  • October 13: Ackroyd and Harvey, Graham Fagen, Sigune Hamann
  • October 20: Liliane Lijn, Kenny Hunter, Grenville Davey
  • October 27: Langlands and Bell, Yinka Shonibare MBE