Lumiere London installations revealed

Headline Date 10-01-2018

The full programme including locations for Lumiere London 2018 has been announced this week with more than 50 artworks by UK and international artists set to transform the capital’s streets, buildings and public spaces into an extraordinary and immersive nocturnal art exhibition of light and sound.

 The Rose by Mick Stephenson, at Westminster Cathedral Piazza, and Asalto by Daniel Canogar, at Westminster City Hall, have joined The Light of the Spirit Chapter 2 by Patrice Warrener, at Westminster Abbey, Echelle by Ron Haselden, at St Martin-in-the-Fields, and Child Hood by Collectif Coin, at Trafalgar Square, to complete this year’s programme for Westminster & Victoria.

Supported by the Victoria Business Improvement District, The Rose by Mick Stephenson brings to Victoria a rose window with a difference. This work is made from thousands of recycled plastic bottles transformed into beautiful illuminated art, lit by the power produced by members of the public pedalling on stationary bicycles.

Spanish Artist Daniel Canogar also brings his work to Victoria with Asalto London: a part-public intervention and part-video installation. The old Westminster City Hall will be “invaded” by Westminster residents and workers as they appear to slowly ‘climb’ up the building one after the other and eventually reach the top. The BID are currently looking for volunteers to take part in the filming for this installation this Saturday 13th January. For more information click here.

 For further details on the installations and to find out details on the full programme visit


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