Three marble and bronze scupltures of Caribbean produce have become the first public artwork in the UK celebrating the Windrush generation.
Veronica Ryan's work references narratives of migration and movement, drawing on her childhood memories of east London's Ridley Road Market, near where the statues are sited.
"Cultural visibility and representation evident in public spaces is crucial," Ryan said.
"I like the fact that the community in Hackney will see some familiar fruit and vegetables represented in the sculptures, and always enjoy these connections."
The sculptures are part of Hackney Council's 'Black History in the Making', funded by the Freelands Foundation, which will continue throughout autumn
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