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Chris Bracey’s first UK solo exhibition of neon


Neon light guru, Chris Bracey opens ‘heaven and hell’ neon light exhibition at Scream London

Kirsty Welsh ,

Neon-light artist Chris Bracey has just opened the first major UK solo exhibition celebrating his vibrant lighting designs, entitled I’ve looked up to heaven and I’ve been down to hell, in the heart of London.

Famed for his innovative neon signs, Chris Bracey has worked with high-profile clients such as photographer David LaChapelle, designers Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood. He has also provided installations for films such as Tim Burton’s Batman, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Eyes Wide Shut and Mona Lisa.

The London exhibition, which runs until 1 June, explores concepts of heaven and hell, with Jesus, angels, stars and hearts representing heaven and Soho temptation signs and rock ’n’ roll the darker side of life, a key feature of the exhibition being the statement window-piece installation with a dagger smashing through a neon heart.

Scream London, 27-28 Eastcastle Street, London W1W 8DH, +44 (0)20 7268 9857

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